Where you will stay

Bryntysilio offers two venues for adventures or time in nature.

We have the Hall, a listed Victorian-era building overlooking the River Dee and, the Summer Village, a self-contained centre set into our woodlands which is open April to October.

Work has started on a third venue; Bryntysilio Lodge, coming soon

Types of Accommodation

Bryntysilio provides a warm and homely welcome to all who stay here.

We’re sure you’ll go away with wonderful memories of your time spent at Bryntysilio!

Bryntysilio Hall

The Hall

Bryntysilio Hall stands on ten acres of its own grounds, overlooking the River Dee. Within the grounds are extensive gardens for students to explore, a campsite, the main house, a fully equipped classroom, all the equipment required for the activities and minibuses for transporting groups to activity destinations. The main Bryntysilio building can accommodate up to 66 people in the converted manor house.

There are separate sides of the building for females and males – in Hall the girls are generally housed on the ‘Lords and Ladies’ side with views over the Horseshoe Falls on the River Dee. Whilst the boys get the ‘Servants Quarters’ overlooking the extensive Bryntysilio gardens. As different as they sound the two sides have spacious and light rooms for between 2 and 10 people with plenty of storage!  There is a staff room for visiting staff with a small kitchenette for tea and coffee linking the two sides of the house. Each side has an upstairs bathroom and there are separate bathrooms downstairs for the days when students get back after a wet activity.

In terms of shared space in the Hall, there is a lounge and conservatory with games such as giant Jenga.  There is a drying room where personal and borrowed kit can be dried overnight.

The Summer Village

The Summer Village is situated on the grounds of the centre with views above the house to the valley below, set into our own woodland.

Sleeps up to 58

We offer 8 luxury bell tents on raised, level decking on comfortable matting and individual roll mats for a good night’s sleep.  We have 3 ensuite twin, shepherd huts for leaders/visiting teachers situated above the tents if the groups need help.

The village has a permanent toilet and shower block with plenty of hot water.  And, we have a huge, covered, village hall which is the dining area, kitchen and meeting space for groups.  We are well prepared for bad weather but it’s worth remembering that Llangollen is always sunny ;-)!

Nestled right in our natural surroundings, it really is lush up in the village.


Breakfast time


We provide great quality, healthy balanced meals for hungry learners and staff with good appetites after being outdoors in the fresh air and taking part in activities.

Example Menu

Comprises a choice of cereal, toast, fruit juice, yoghurt, cooked course and tea or coffee.

Selection of sandwiches, cake and fruit on arrival and packed lunches for the rest of the course.

Evening meals
Includes a main course followed by dessert, fruit or yoghurt.

*All Special dietary requirements are provided for – we provide a form for this to ensure we receive advance notification and everything is in place for arrival day.

Get in Touch

Please contact the centre for further information!