Brecon is a new addition to the Caravan Club Site network near the foothills of the Brecon Beacons. It is well located with excellent facilities. It boasts one of the best views of the central Beacons, including Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Du.Open from:
Stunning views of the Brecon Beacons
Motorhome service point
Brecon is a charming and friendly market town with many interesting places to visit, such as the Theatre, Cinema, Brecknock Museum, 24th Regiment Museum, Cathedral, and The Brecon Beacons National Park Visitors Centre is approx. 5 miles away.
There are craft shops selling Welsh cloths, pottery and souvenirs.
Many attractive cafes, restaurants & pubs are in the town or within a few miles of the park.
Sport and leisure are well catered for with a leisure centre in the town, two golf courses, hill walking, climbing, pony trekking and an indoor climbing wall. Also sailing, canoeing, boating, swimming, fishing, water skiing and wind surfing are all nearby.
Sugestions for a day out, within an hours drive, include:
The Dan-yr-Ogof Show Caves, the largest showcaves in Western Europe with iron age village, dinosaur park and Shire Horse Centre.
The Museum of Welsh Life at St. Fagans,
Big Pit mining museum,
The Ystradfellta waterfalls,
A drive around the Elan Valley and Llyn Branne Reservoirs,
The castles at Cardiff, Caerphilly and Raglan,
The long house at Tretower,
Or a ride on the narrow gauge Brecon Mountain Railway.
Indoor & outdoor rock climbing nearby.
Dan-yr-Ogof caves and Ystradfellta waterfalls nearby.
Based on 5 review(s)
Wiltshire 18 Aug 2010
We approached the site full of anticipation. The site was immaculate and the reception friendly. What let it down for us was the traffic noise from A40 over the hedge, the nearby shooting range in the mornings and more importantly the showers (weak spray. The one hairdryer (which my husband said was high on the wall and looked liked a hand dryer and dried like a hand dryer was disappointing. The location is handy although it would be great if dog owners would keep their dogs on a lead at all times and children (and adults) keep to the 5m limit on their bikes.
Hope this helps - Another Mrs V. Meldrew
Kent 30 Apr 2010
Great site. Really handy location for getting out and about. The warden let it down for us though. Didn't seem interested in customers at all. We would come back despite that though, we didn't let that spoil it.
Brynich Caravan Club Site, Powys, Wales
Derbyshire 19 Jul 2009
Brynich is a beautiful site. The facilities were always clean. There is a shop on site that supplies groceries including newspapers and magazines. We enjoyed it so much, we are returning for a week in September.
Brynich Caravan Club Site, Brecon, Wales
Reading 09 Aug 2008
Brynich is a lovely park in one of the most stunning locations we've ever camped. The site is beautifully laid out with big pitches and LOADS of space for the kids to run around. The shop is really well stocked, there is a cracking restaurant next door and an excellent indoor children's area beside that. There's great walks from the site along the canal and the shower facilities are really clean & well kept. Wasn't impressed with the warden, but the site is owned by the Caravan Club, so hopefully he won't be there next year. Apart from him the site is faultless.
Brynich Caravan Park, Powys, Wales
Staffordshire 22 Feb 2008
Brilliant site, very clean and superb facilities. Plenty of facilities for children, dog friendly. Restaurant is highly recommended and many locals also use this facility which obviously speaks volumes. Not exactly the cheapest site around but you get what you pay for. We had a fully serviced pitch and could not have asked for more. You certainly get what you pay!!!
Brynich Caravan Park, Powys, Wales