About Bryn Vyrnwy

Bryn Vyrnwy Holiday Park is family-owned. This beautiful holiday park is perfectly situated on the Shropshire – Powys border, between the historic railway town of Oswestry and the market town of Welshpool.

Bryn Vyrnwy has been a family farm for over 70 years. The holiday park has been created over the last 35 years. As well as a working farm, Bryn Vyrnwy has five separate static caravan parks situated. Furthermore, all of this is within 120 acres of beautiful countryside, an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Surrounded by the rolling Shropshire and Welsh hills, within easy reach of our local village and town amenities. With fantastic access to the stunning mid-Wales countryside and the Welsh Coastal areas. This rural holiday park is situated on a working farm, you will see the cattle grazing, as well as Holly the horse and Samson the donkey. Furthermore, they both love a carrot from our visitors!

 

LEARN MORE ABOUT EACH PARK

a donkey facing the camera with black and white cows in the background
A road with a row of caravans on one side and green fields on the other side
A black and white cow facing the camera with a field and other cows in the background
A family shot of the Williams family who own and run the Holiday Park
Everything you need within half a mile

The village of Llansantffraid-Ym-Mechain has everything you need within half a mile of the park. It offers three fantastic pubs/restaurants, an Indian takeaway and restaurant, fish and chip takeaway, a Spar shop, Post Office and a petrol station with a mini supermarket. Everything you might need within a very short distance, whilst living in a pristine rural idyll. Above all, the local amenities do not encroach on the beautifully rural feeling of the park.

High Standards

The Park is constantly maintained to a very high standard, with attention to detail being of the utmost importance. The Williams Family are three generations of farmers and owners. Doug, Jan, their son Ed, his wife Sam and their two beautiful children Dougie and Frankie. You will be provided with a very warm welcome, ensuring your stay at Bryn Vyrnwy is always enjoyable. You will often find Dougie helping his grandad mowing the grass and Frankie helping her Dad move the cattle on the farm. They both love pottering around the park with their grandma helping her with the gardening.

MEET THE WILLIAMS FAMILY

 

Mid-March to Early November

We are open from mid-March to early November to welcome you, your family and friends to enjoy this beautiful countryside through spring, summer and well into autumn.

Surrounded by Nature

Nature and wildlife are so important to us. As a result, we keep a large variety of flower and shrub borders, well cut and tended grass, mature trees and traditional hedges. Furthermore, we make space for nature with grassy banks and natural areas. In conclusion, these provide the ideal environment not only for wildlife to thrive but for our holiday homeowners and visitors to relax and unwind.

Just a short walk from the park areas is the free-flowing River Vyrnwy which meanders along the boundary of our land. In turn, offering a varied habitat that is home to a rich array of flora and fauna.  This is Jan’s speciality, she has worked tirelessly to gain the David Bellamy gold conservation award. Therefore, when you visit you will see why!

Fishing is also available on the river by request.

 

WATCH OUR AERIAL TOUR

Ed on a ride on a green John Deere lawn mower cutting the lawns with caravans in the background
The Caravan Park Gardener looking after some plants