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Brynich Caravan Park

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Brynich, Brecon, LD3 7SH

phone:01874 623325
fax:01874 623325

email:holidays@brynich.co.uk
Season:18 Mar - 31 Oct

Caravan Park Details

Brynich is a family run park near the foothills of the Brecon Beacons, situated 1.5km east of Brecon.

The site extends to 8.5 hectares (20 acres) and consists of three well-screened and sheltered fields, which are closely mown to give a lawn effect.

Over the years we have been operating, friendly service and cleanliness have been our major priorities.

Brynich Caravan Park has been awarded:

2006: Business in Excellence Awards - Finalist

2006: Good Food Guide

2005: Wales Tourist Board Best Place to Stay in Wales - Finalist

2005: Taste of Wales Award

2005: Alan Rogers - Active Holiday Award (Highly Commended)

2004: Green Dragon Environmental Award

2000- 2004: Practical Caravan Top 100 Best Parks

2003: Welsh Business & Biodiversity Award Winner

2002: Calor Gas Best Park in Wales (finalist)

2001: David Bellamy Conservation Gold Award

2001: Welcome Host Gold Award

1999: AA Best Campsite for Wales

1998: Calor Gas Most Improved Park in Wales

Brecon attractions and directions

Brecon is a charming and friendly market town with many interesting places to visit, such as the Theatre, Cinema, Brecknock Museum, 24th Regiment Museum, Cathedral, and The Brecon Beacons National Park Visitors Centre is approx. 5 miles away.



There are craft shops selling Welsh cloths, pottery and souvenirs.



Many attractive cafes, restaurants & pubs are in the town or within a few miles of the park.



Sport and leisure are well catered for with a leisure centre in the town, two golf courses, hill walking, climbing, pony trekking and an indoor climbing wall. Also sailing, canoeing, boating, swimming, fishing, water skiing and wind surfing are all nearby.



Sugestions for a day out, within an hours drive, include:



The Dan-yr-Ogof Show Caves, the largest showcaves in Western Europe with iron age village, dinosaur park and Shire Horse Centre.

The Museum of Welsh Life at St. Fagans,

Big Pit mining museum,

The Ystradfellta waterfalls,

A drive around the Elan Valley and Llyn Branne Reservoirs,

The castles at Cardiff, Caerphilly and Raglan,

The long house at Tretower,

Or a ride on the narrow gauge Brecon Mountain Railway.






Routes: 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.

 

Caravan Park Features

  • Restaurant
  • Cafe / Takeaway
  • Pool + Darts
  • Childrens Playground
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Golf Course onsite
  • Park Shop
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Sanitary Blocks
  • Rallies Allowed
  • Pets Allowed onsite
  • Disabled Access throughout
 

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