Rated 4 of 5

Rated 5 of 5

Peace and tranquility

Rated 5 of 5

Access to local places of interest

Rated 5 of 5

Beauty of surroundings and scenery

Rated 5 of 5

Ease of arrival/welcome

Don't hesitate

11.9.21 for 3 nights (£8.00 a night all in) in this gem of a site. Entrance is opposite the A4215 & you'll see signs for 'No Waterfalls'. Once in the lane over the stone bridge and straight on where the road takes a sharp left at the white cottage, and you'll soon be on the tarmac with the field site to your right.Water tap in field & soon to come at chemical toilet disposal point. No EHU & poor mobile reception on three major networks but that's the charm. Heather most helpful & accommodating. I enjoyed learning about the sheep farming. What a great location on The Taff Trail to walk along to the car park at base of Pen-y-Fan, using this 'easier' route to simply stunning views from the top. Walk the other way (not arduous) to enjoy the walk into Brecon. T4 bus near Morrisons can get you back if you wish. Royal Welsh Museum with Zulu wars memorabilia is packed with history. Pub The Bull, was shut due to a Covid outbreak but was back in action the day I left, its about 30 mins walk away. I found no local shops in Libanus. Boots if grass is wet & blocks as undulates. Although a night of rain it seems to drain well. Great spot as a base. Didn't want to go back home & to work.

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