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Nature Reserve:Coed Phoenix Nature Reserve

Nature Reserve


Coed Phoenix is a former Spruce plantation that with the help of more than 250 volunteers we have transformed into a mosaic of wildlife habitats. The woodland is gradually being restored to predominantly site-native woodland.

The site has hosted hundreds of volunteer days, wildlife and scientific workshops and tree planting events with more than 5000 trees planted over the last 10 years. The nature reserve is a fantastic space to relax, reconnect with yourself and nature or to attend one of workshops, courses or therapeutic sessions.


Coed Tan-Y-Bryn,
Mynydd Brith,
SY23 4JF


Plan route to Coed Phoenix Nature Reserve using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SN 632658  Lat: 52.27329 Long: -4.00638

From the A485 at the south end of Bronant, take the small road signposted towards Bontnewydd and Fron Farm Fishery. Drive for about 0.75 mile and you will pass a green house on your right and shortly after this you will see a large wooden gateway on your left. The gate post has a sign with 'Mynydd Brith Woodlands' on it. Go through the gate and after about 500ft or so you will arrive at the entrance and a small volunteers parking area.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 14 miles from Aberystwyth station