Luxury self-catering accommodaton
and camping in the Brecon Beacons

Camping at Pentwyn Farm, Brecon Beacons

Camping on the farm

Camping at Pentwyn Farm, Brecon BeaconsOur three-acre campsite, which is adjacent to the Old Toolshed, has beautiful views towards the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains.

The old stables have been converted into a shower, toilet block and snug room with a fridge/freezer and darts, radio and mobile phone charging facilities.

The spacious hot shower takes 50p pieces and is large enough to take a family at a time. Logs can be purchased to build a fire. There is also access to the stream which is deep enough for swimming. Camping is £9 per person per night and £5 per night for under 12s.

We also have a CL site which is situated at the other end of the farm to the self-catering accommodation and which holds a maximum of five caravans or motorhomes and has magnificent views of the mountains. Each caravan is £9 per night, but we have no electric hook ups.

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What visitors said about our camping facilities...

"An amazing place to be! It’s not very often that you have a campsite that can have fires and dogs and a river. We really enjoyed staying here" – Asha & Jamela

"We have really enjoyed our time at Pentwyn Farm campsite! It was lovely to camp next to the river and have a campfire at night. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here and would highly recommend the campsite – we will be visiting again" – Lee & Hayley

"A very traditional campsite. Lots of loo paper and recycling bags. Great shower. Lovely situation, great views, an amazing out door experience on a working farm" – Ros

"We’ve had a wonderful visit and love this farm campsite. Beautiful scenery and excellent facilities – so handy having the kettle toaster and fridge. Loved the fact that there are beautiful walks from the campsite as well as a great stream for exploring. Very friendly hosts and wonderful surroundings. A real find" – Dan, Oscar, James & Florence

"Had a great time. Beautiful place to camp. Thanks for showing us your farm. Saw lambs being born and helped herding sheep. Would love to come back again sometime" – Trevor, Jonathan & George