Blaenglyn Farm

Libanus, Brecon, Powys, LD3 8NF

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A Beautiful site located in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, the site being within walking distance to Pen-y- fan and Cornddu. The Taff Trail is also nearby where an opportunity to dog walk or even cycle. Public House only 1 1/2 miles away.

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Lat 51.90358 / Lon -3.477908
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What a Gem of a place

Let me start by saying what a beautiful spot on a farm between mountains Nice big field, niceley maintained You made needs blocks in places but we were ok great walks from site, and good position to explore from I think by far the cheapest site we've used £7 a night #winner No EHU but no problem for us as we have solar Chemical disposal and water tap Very friendly owners Picture does not do it justice, look at @basilthecampervan on instagram there are some pics and drone shots on there to give you an idea of the beauty of this site
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Great place from which to walk or cycle

CL is a large unfenced field beside a farm road. Super views. Water easily available from a roadside tap as you approach the CL. Superb walks direct from the campsite. Friendly owner who gave us some excellent suggestions on walks.
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Wow, Beautiful - Heather is a jem

2 adults and Alfie. Brilliant location and easy to find off main A470. Water on way up to field, hopefully being moved to main field when possible, not a problem at all. Plenty of space so you're not next to each other. Chocks advisable as field is a little uneven, but you could still find somewhere to park with no issues. Easy access up the lane to Storey Arms and access to Pen-y-Fan. Walk to village to pub, The Bull, but need to walk on A470 with mainly no footpath, but still no problem, about a 45 minute walk, it's closed Monday/Tuesdays at present (Covid). Heather (owner) is a real jem, and very helpful, someone you want to have a cup of tea with, just be careful of her directions lol, us townies do struggle...best place we stayed in Wales and will go back for sure

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Had to extend our stay - excellent

Easy to find A470 from M4 at Cardiff past beautiful reservoirs (with walks) drop down from peak and turning is on right just before first signpost for a turning on the left (Hoel Senni). Access on single track lane is no problem (we have large long outfit with 8 ft caravan). Views at far end of CL a little restricted by trees but otherwise unbeatable. We did not find water tap a problem - very good pressure! The track leads back up to the access via Storey Arms to Pen Y Fan but this is a good uphill walk so we drove back on the A470 and parked at Storey Arms no problem. There are 2 interesting drives to Waterfall Country one is the A465 from by the top reservoir on the A470 but a really good one with hairpin bends and a lovely stop by a stream is to go across the road onto the A4215 signposted Heol Senni and Senny bridge, follow the signs for Heol Senni and then Ystradfeltte, most of the Waterfalls are between here and Pontnedfechan, We thought the best ones were from behind The Angel in Pontnedfechan village, All of the waterfalls involve walks but this is probably easiest with really good waterfalls. There are also quite a few visitors centres in the area around the CL with good walks from there, one good one is to Twyn Y Gaer an Iron Age Hill Fort with lovely views over the River Usk Valley. All in all a lovely CL with very friendly owners and loads to do in the area!
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It's a YES from me.

A previous reviewer suggested that this site is perhaps more suitable for younger people. Well, I'm 65 and am pretty sure I don't fall into this category! Nevertheless, I found this site ideal in so many ways, not least the price and the warm welcome. It is true that there is some road noise, but it's not too intrusive and depending on the wind direction is scarcely audible. The scenery is magnificent in all weathers, beautiful walks directly from the site with red kites flying overhead. If you love nature there is much more to commend this site than to condemn it. The water is not directly on the site but it is easily accessible (and fast flowing) and there is ample space between a large choice of pitches. I found the directions adequate with good signage from the main road but its worth preparing in advance so you don't miss the initial turning. This is great little site and I'm pleased that we are able to have access to such lovely places at such affordable prices.

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