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Llanbrynmair is situated on the edge of the Cambrian Mountains and the Dyfi Biospere. Approximately 0.7 miles from the cabins.

The parish takes its name from the church (Llan) on the hill (Bryn) of St Mary (Mair), which today dominates the hamlet of Llan.

The area surrounding the village is crossed by a myriad of trails and rights of way, with the Glyndwr's National Trail passing through the village itself.

There is a shop/cafe in the village where you can buy local produce, crafts and gifts. Café Jo Jo serves a variety of homemade meals, cakes and beverages.  It also has a children's play barn to keep the little ones entertained, booking may be required.

LLyn clywedog

Llyn Clywedog is a man made reservoir formed by the construction of the Clywedog Dam it is approximately 12 miles from our park and well worth a trip. You can book a boat and try your hand at fly fishing.

There are a number of walks, such as the Clywedog Gorge Trail around the Bryn Tail Mine workings and the Llyn Clywedog Scenic Trail. 

If you like watersports, you can book paddle boarding, kayak and canoeing and lots of other activities by contacting the companies:


Within 20 minutes drive, Dyfi Bike Park isn't just a destination; it's an experience that transcends the ordinary. Whether you're navigating challenging descents, revelling in the camaraderie of fellow riders, or simply soaking in the breath-taking landscapes, Dyfi Bike Park is a testament to the untamed beauty of Welsh mountain biking.

Embrace the thrill, conquer the trails, and let Dyfi Bike Park be the canvas for your next two-wheeled adventure.

Dyfi Bike Park also offers bike rentals and a cozy café for post-ride refuelling. What are you waiting for?  Book now!

aberdovey beach

Aberdovey/Aberdyfi is the closest beach, approximately 20 miles away. It is a little harbour resort set within the Snowdonia National Park, where the river Dyfi meets the blue waters of Cardigan Bay. 

Aberdyfi has watersports galore - sailing, sailboarding, rowing, canoeing, fishing and boat trips. In the summer, there are yachting regattas, sailboarding competitions, rowing regattas and other watersports events along with family entertainment on its award-winning beaches.

Aberdyfi boasts on of the finest beaches in Britain with four miles of golden sand-dune backed shoreline running north to Tywyn.  

hafren forest

Situated just 7 miles from the park is Hafren Forest which sits on the edge of the Cambrian Mountain range.

Walk to the source of the River Severn - or choose from numerous walks including waterfalls. Blaenhafren Falls is the first waterfall on the mighty River Severn as it starts its long journey to the sea. The 7 mile long Source of the Severn Trail leads through the forest to the Severn’s source on Pumlunom, the highest mountain in Mid Wales. 

There are several shorter waymarked trails from the car park. The 3 mile Blaenhafren Falls Trail is a scenic route through the forest and past the foot of the falls. A shorter walking trail goes through a meadow and crosses a foot bridge where the River Severn thunders down a gully into the famous Severn Break its Neck waterfall. There is also an all-ability trail with a boardwalk along the riverbank to a viewing area overlooking the Cascade Falls.

For long-distance walkers Hafren Forest is the start (or end) point for two long distance, linear walks - The Wye Valley Walk and The Severn Way and small sections of the Glyndwr's Way

The Talyllyn Railway is the first preserved railway in the World, known affectionately as ‘The Railway with a Heart of Gold’. It was over 150 years ago, in 1865, that the line opened and in 1951 the Preservation Society was born to take over the Railway after the death of the owner Sir Haydn Jones. The heritage steam engines transport passengers from Tywyn, the coastal town on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, to Nant Gwernol buried deep in the mountains above Abergynolwyn.

The journey itself crosses more than seven miles of spectacular scenery within sight of one of Britain’s highest mountains, Cadair Idris. The journey takes 55 minutes up the line from Tywyn through the ancient woodlands and meadows of the Fathew Valley. En route keep your eyes peeled for Red Kites, Cormorants, Barn Owl, Redstart, Peregrine Falcons, Wheatear, Linnet and Little Owl. The cosy covered and open carriages provide the best of comfort and views as you travel up the line.

On arrival at Abergynolwyn, Quarryman’s Caban serves lovely homemade treats, drinks and snacks and there are plenty of trails and walks to explore in this beautiful corner of the Snowdonia National Park.

Dovey Valley Shooting Ground

Dovey Valley Shooting Ground is set in its own wooded valley. The cater for sporting, Automatic Ball Trap, Skeet and Down The Line trap shooting.

Zip World just over an hour drive from us

Zip fforest coaster, zip wire, Tree top nets, bounce below, Quarry carts and much much more...….

Powis Castle has one of the most beautiful gardens in the British Isles.
Powis Castle, built circa 1200, began life as the medieval fortress of the Welsh Princes of Powys. The world-famous gardens, overhung with clipped yews, shelters rare plants laid out under the influence of Italian and French styles.
Powis has beautiful state rooms and is finely decorated. It has collections of paintings, sculpture and furniture.
Well worth a visit


we regularly have aircrafts flying over our park in Llanbrynmair and the guests love it!

The Mach Loop is a set of valleys, situated between Dolgellau in the north, and Machynlleth in the south. They are regularly used for low level flight training, with flying as low as 250 feet (76 metres) from the nearest terrain. 

To the south of the Mach Loop there is an area called Tactical Training Area 7T, in which, at specified times, the aircraft may fly as low as 100 feet (30.5 Metres). The Royal Air Force publish a timetable of when the Tactical Training Areas may be in use, however experience shows this to be of little use in determining whether low level flying will take place on a particular day or time.

The Ministry of Defence website has a map showing the location of the low fly areas.

With so many things to do and see we can't list everything so please have a look at the websites below for interesting places and activities to enjoy during your stay.