Bryncoch Farm Camping
A small family run campsite situated around a lovely lake with ducks and natural wild life all around.
We are situated in a lovely location in the Brecon Beacons National Park, and a great stepping stone to visit all the local attractions with fishing, golf, local pub, and many walks .We have been providing bed and breakfast for the last fifteen years.
Hike the Brecon Beacons and explore coastal waters teeming with wildlife.
Camping and Caravanning
Once home to author Dylan Thomas,
Camping and Caravanning in Carmarthenshire
Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains
Follow cycle trails through the gentle Twyi valley to the craggy Carreg Cennen Castle in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Take in the scents of the National Botanic Garden of Wales and climb up the Black Mountains or opt for golf at championship Royal Ashburnham and a relaxing day on Cefn Sidan's sandy Blue Flag beach. From pretty market town Llandovery you can catch a steam train to Llanelli - here the Millennium Coastal Park offers traffic-free cycling and the Millennium Wetlands is a haven for migratory birds.
An area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,
Camping and Caravanning in Carmarthenshire national parks
Blue Flag beaches and cycle trails
Pembrokeshire is home to Britain's only Coastal National Park. Book a boat trip to Caldey Island, and take your pick of walks along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path. Families head to the Blue Flag beaches from Tenby to Barafundle Bay, while surfers ride the waves off Whitesands and Newgale. Jump on your bicycle to follow the Celtic Trail that ends at Pembroke Dock or try the easy off-road routes around Llys Y Fran. Kids love the rides at Oakwood Theme Park, and medieval Pembroke Castle is fascinating for all the family.smrtovnice
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This page was last updated: 09 November 2012