If you’re looking to pitch your tent surrounded by the beauty of the Welsh countryside, then the Brecon Beacons is the perfect destination. This National Park offers stunning mountainscapes, rolling green hills, and picturesque villages just waiting to be explored.
To help you find the ideal campsite for your next Brecon Beacons adventure, we’ve compiled a list of the top campsites to pitch your tent:
Nestled in the tranquil Cwmdu Valley, Cwmdu Campsite provides a peaceful retreat in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. The site offers grassy pitches for tents and campervans, along with more private forest pitches if you’re seeking seclusion.
The campsite has excellent facilities including hot showers, dishwashing areas and laundry facilities. The on-site shop stocks local produce and all your camping essentials. Just a short walk away is the quaint village of Cwmdu which has a traditional pub and post office.
Based in the picturesque valley of the River Usk, Erwlon Caravan and Camping Park enjoys panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Pitches are spread across level fields, many with electric hook-up available.
Onsite facilities include a children’s play area, TV room with pool table, and modern amenities block with free hot showers. The campsite is ideally located to explore highlights of the National Park including Pen-y-Fan and the Four Waterfalls Walk.
For a back-to-basics camping experience, Bryn y Cadno Camping is a top choice. Located on a family-run sheep farm, the site has secluded grassy pitches in a tranquil meadow. The basic amenities block has hot water and toilets.
The campsite is perfectly positioned for walking and cycling, surrounded by forests, trails and gentle hills. Brecon town is a 30-minute walk away where you’ll find shops, cafes and restaurants.
Situated in the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, this award-winning campsite has pitches set amongst 150 acres of meadows and woodland. Facilities include a shop, children’s play area and modern amenities with free hot showers.
The campsite offers easy access to hiking trails as well as mountain biking routes such as the Gap Road. The pretty village of Pencelli is just a mile away, home to the famous Pencelli Castle.
Nestled in the tranquil Ynysfaen Valley, this campsite boasts panoramic views over the Brecon Beacons. Choose between open field camping or secluded forest pitches for more privacy. Excellent facilities include hot showers, dishwashing areas and laundry.
There’s a well-stocked on-site shop plus a cafe serving homemade cakes and snacks. Nearby trails lead to scenic spots like Ynysfaen quarry and Llyn y Fan Fawr reservoir. The campsite is just 4 miles from Brecon town.
So, there you have it, our top campsite picks for the Brecon Beacons. With stunning scenery and outdoor adventures galore, this National Park is a fantastic option for your next camping trip. Check out our range of tents and make sure you’re kitted out for comfort no matter which campsite you choose.
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