North Wales

Set amongst the Hills of Wales UK

One Double & one single bedroom

Excellent walking Local ground walled Garden woodland

Whether you are seeking peace to meditate some artistic endeavour, or a holiday experience with a difference, we are sure your stay in Brynkir Tower will be enjoyable. You are welcome to walk around the farm on private land, or to visit the walled garden and watch its faithful restoration.

The History of the Tower

Brynkir Tower was built in 1821 by Sir Joseph Huddart as a folly to commemorate his knighthood at the time of the Coronation of George IV. Sir Joseph was a friend of William Madocks whose name is linked historically with Porthmadog, and he acquired the ancient demesne of Brynkir from his father, Captain Joseph Huddart.
Over the years the 20 metre high tower fell into disrepair and became open to the elements.
Now crows no longer nest in the battlements, and sheep no longer wander through the front door. However, the atmosphere of Gothic decay has gone and the sensitive transformation of Brynkir Tower has made it a unique and exciting place to stay. The high standard of the interior fittings and the under floor heating ensure your total comfort.














Sixth Floor -
Sitting Room Jotul Log Burner & two person Sofa Bed
Colour Television.

Fifth Floor -
Period Cast Iron bath & pedestal Washbasin.

Fourth Floor -
Bedroom 2
Twin beds

Third Floor -
Bedroom 1
Double Bed

First Floor -
Kitchen Seats six with place settings
Oven & ample storage

Ground Floor -
Utility Room
Shower & Wash basin, Clothes Washer

Ample parking facilities are close by with
external lighting to the tower.




Utility | Kitchen | Bedroom 1 | Bathroom | Bedroom 2 | Lounge |
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