Brynich is a family run caravan park and campsite near the foothills of the Brecon Beacons in south Wales, situated 1.5km east of Brecon and boasting some of the best views of the central Beacons, including Pen-y-Fan, Cribyn and Corn Du.
It is the ideal base for touring the towns and countryside of mid and south Wales and for exploring the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Brecon is a charming and friendly market town with many interesting places to visit, such as the Brecknock Museum, 24th Regiment Museum, Cathedral, Theatre and Cinema. The Brecon Beacons National Park Visitors Centre is approx. 5 miles away.
There are craft shops selling Welsh cloths, pottery and souvenirs.
As well as the Barn at Brynich Restaurant, which is on site, there are many attractive pubs and restaurants in the town or within a few miles of the park.
19th March until 28th October
|Child Discount Available!|
|33% off adult price for guests under 17 years *|
Pitch Types Available
Finding Us - View Map
From the South East, head for M4 West and drive to Junction 24. Take A449 to Raglan and A40 to Brecon. From Midlands and North head for M5 south to Junction 8, then M50 and A40 to Brecon. From South Wales use the A470 to Brecon. The Caravan Park is situated on the A470, 200 meters from the junction with the A40, 2Km east of Brecon.
High Season Starts: 01-06-2007
High Season Finishes: 03-08-2007
Cancellation Policy: In the event of a cancellation a £20 administration charge will be retained provided 10 full days notice have been given. If less than 10 full days notice is given no refund will be made.
Other Policies: Pitches that are pre-booked must arrive by 6.00pm or 8.00pm on Fridays; otherwise the pitch will be let.