Set peacefully in the Brecon Beacons national Park with spectacular views, central for walking, fishing and caving. Surrounded by wildlife and spectacular views. Neighbouring Red Kite feeding stations guarantees daily sightings of the majestic birds.
The park incorporates three fields covering an area of some 6.5 acres with panoramic views in all directions. One field accommodates our static caravans and has electric hook-up points for tourers on grass or hardstanding pitches, whilst two further fields are also available for tourers and tents.
At all but the busiest times visitors may choose their preferred location within the park and the expanse of space available ensures that we have no need of measured pitches within white lines!
We welcome families and small groups, however we do ask that our guests keep noise to a minimum after 10pm to preserve the peace of the site for all.
- shaving points
- haidryers available
The Black Mountain Caravan and Camping Park is surrounded by a particularly wild and undeveloped area of the peaceful Brecon Beacons National Park with glorious views towards the 2,630 feet Fan Brycheiniog. This area of outstanding natural beauty offers the visitor numerous attractions. All you need, in fact, to ensure a real countryside break, space to breath, delightful surroundings and an enormous variety of things to see and do in the area which, by the way, is ’Red Kite Country’. There is also National Botanic Gardens of Wales and Aberglasney Gardens and many more!
Based on 4 review(s)
West Midlands 19 Aug 2008
We had a wonderful 6 day holiday here in july 08. This site can be recommended for those who wish to get away from it all, it is very peaceful and we all felt relaxed. It was great to watch and hear the red kites overhead.The facilities were clean and the proprietor extremely friendly and helpful. I have read the review by Lardarse44 and do not understand it at all! Black Mountain Caravan Park, Llangadog, Carmarthenshire
british 10 Jun 2008
I have just read the report sent in by Lardarse44. This is nothing like the experiance I have had over many times I have camped on this site. Always clean and the staff most helpfull. I wonder if Lardarse44 was at camp when it had rained. The chance is that it was grass that had been picked up by the campers boots. Also if it was at a time when the school youth people were at camp you could get more grass. but at the same time the site owners know about this and deal with it. LARDARSE44 report is not as the camp is from my experiance.
Worcestershire 10 Jun 2008
We were at the site during the May Bank Holiday 2008 and had a fantastic time. The site is peaceful, beautiful gardens, a tranquil location and as I type this I wish I was back there. We are a family of four and the park is based in an area where we managed trips to Tenby, Elan Valley, Brecon etc. there is much more to explore, so we have booked another week in August..
UK 01 Jun 2008
WE ARRIVED AND WERE NOT GIVEN ANY INFORMATION EG: THE CODE TO UNLOCK THE TOILET\SHOWERROOM DOORS OR EVEN THAT YOU NEEDED 50 PENCE TO GET A HOT SHOWER. THE SHOWER\TOILET BLOCK WAS FILTHY AND THE WASH UP FACILITY WAS MINGING. I WILL NOT RECOMMEND THIS PARK TO ANYONE AND WILL NEVER RETURN MYSELF.