Escape the everyday. Tiny group walks with animals and engaging trainers through beautiful scenery. Piggy walks, Mini Donkey Picnics or Games, and Sheep Dog Experiences in the Brecon Beacons. Groups and individuals welcome plus private sessions available.
Step back in time to 1645 and be welcomed into the Manor by the costumed servants who follow the traditional domestic and farming rhythms of life in the countryside. They shape the folklore and customs of the changing season and news of the turmoil created by the civilians.
The UK's No.1 Forest Adventure, the classic and original Go Ape - experience. Fly down zip-wires, leap off Tarzan Swings and tackle crossings whilst enjoying some of some of the UK's most breathtaking scenery.
Walk through the wartime street, pub and air raid shelter, watch newsreels, try on 1940s style clothes and uniforms. Featuring a picture gallery of the Swansea Blitz, Indoor WW1 trench, quiz sheets for children and gift shop selling ID cards and ration books.
This is a truly stunning location, views of Pen y Fan and The Black Mountains, it is remote and quiet and peaceful. It is just a field with water, bins and toilet disposal, but what more do you need!
Pitch where you want, consider whether you need levelling ramps, and then relax and plan where you are going to walk. There were more than 5 outfits, but it is a really large field and could easily accommodate the extra and too be honest if they hadn't we would not have been able to stay, bearing in mind that it was late July and everyone was out in their vans after lockdown. Good covid measures in place with anti viral spray at the bins and payment done via online transfer. Can't wait for our next visit.
This to me this is the perfect CL - no electrics, pitch where you like, stunning views with outstanding walks right from the site straight up into the Brecon Beacons. There is also a good pub a few miles away - best done by bike. As a bonus the water pressure was ok and you get decent mobile phone comms. The site is an SSSI ancient hayfield - so don’t expect a lawn - to me it all adds to the beauty. I could see how the access roads could be a challenge for mega beasts but our 7m coach built motorhome had absolutely no issues at all.
Booked this site very last minute. Owner was very accommodating when we rang. There is a one track lane to the site and we just made it through with our MH which is 2.4 m wide. The views are amazing from the field. If your looking for peace and tranquility this is for you. Plenty of walks from the site. Sitting out watching the stars at night was amazing. Hand sanitiser provided at the water and rubbish disposal areas.
Just got back from a midweek one night stay and two days of wonderful walking. The site is easy to find. There are one track lanes to the field, but a fair few passing places. Stunning views and makes for spectacular walking on the quieter side of the Brecon Beacons (very busy on Pen-Y-Fan at the moment due to covid-19). Very friendly host when booking. Super simple site, absolute quiet and the night sky had no light pollution at all with a beautiful display of stars. Will definitely stay again. This is the closest and best site to the main Brecon Beacons massif. Brilliant.
If you’re looking for peace and tranquility then you’ll be hard pushed to find a better spot. The drive to the site maybe difficult for big caravans but we found it easy with our camper. Farmer Thomas was really cheerful and helpful giving details of the site and offering any assistance we needed during our stay. We were the only van on site which made it really special. The views are stunning so if you’re happy to be away from amenities, electric hookups, pubs etc this is the place. It has direct walking access to the Brecon Beacons mountain routes which is a bonus. We will be returning as soon as possible.