Situated near the foothills of the glorious Welsh countryside, first impressions of the site are positive. Brecon Beacons Caravan Club Site features a plethora of facilities that include two toilet blocks, a well stocked shop, play areas for children and a dog walk. The caravan site can lay claim to some of the best views of the central Beacons, with dramatic views of Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Du. Its centrality provides the ideal base for touring the towns and countryside of mid and south Wales as well as exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Brecon Beacons Caravan Club Site is the ideal location whether you are taking a relaxing holiday to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Brecon Beacon countryside, or taking a trip to the many charming towns and villages in the area. What is highly recommended is exploring the hills and mountains that are ideal for walking, climbing, mountain biking or caving. Whatever you choose to do, the caravan park makes a great base from which to see the sights and if you've built up a thirst after all that activity, there's a nice local pub about 10-minutes' walk away!
Non members welcome.
Big Pit: National Coal Museum Brecon Beacons National Park Cyfarthfa Castle Museum and Art Gallery Blaenavon Ironworks National Showcaves of Wales Brecon Canal Brecon Mountain Railway Ystradfellte Waterfalls Museum of Life, St Fagans
How to find us: From the south east, head for M4 west and drive to junction 24. Take A449 to Raglan and A40 towards Brecon. From the Midlands and the north, head for M5 Junction 8 then M50 and A40 towards Brecon. From south Wales, take the A470 towards Brecon. Brynich Caravan Park is situated on the A470, 200 meters from the junction with the A40, 1½ miles east of Brecon
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