Priory Mill Farm | Brecon Campsite in Powys, Mid Wales

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Priory Mill Farm

Hay Road, Brecon, LD3 7SR

Priory Mill Camping site is ideal if you want a truly special, small, secluded place to camp in the Brecon Beacons National Park, this stunning riverside Camp Site will provide it. The meadow is level and grassy and meanders alongside the river offering plenty of space and privacy. The only buildings visible are the traditional stone built farmhouse and watermill.

The nearby road is unclassified and quiet, so the only noises are the gentle swirling of the river, the inquisitive hens and sometimes the Tawny Owls at night. Locally produced charcoal and firewood is provided, plus metal trays (though demand can exceed supply when busy), enabling that long-lost, essential ingredient of traditional camping, a campfire, to be experienced.

The main focal point has to be the river (Honddu); this is described as one of the most important wildlife rivers in Europe, boasting Salmon, Otter, British Crayfish, Wild Trout and Bull-Head Fish. (Fishing is available.) In addition to attracting campers it is also home to Herons, Dippers and Kingfishers.

Recycling is essential; we take our environmental responsibilities seriously by providing separate bins for cans, bottles, cardboard etc., and earnestly request that everyone take the time to separate their rubbish accordingly.

Pristine, hot showers, washrooms and toilets are housed in a bow-roofed, cedar-boarded cabin, which is kept cosy, warm and dry with sheepswool insulation.

The unspoilt natural haven of peace and quiet in the Brecon Beacons is helped by the request for no noise after 10.30, which is also when the cabin lights go off - so no light pollution.

f you want a truly special, small, secluded place to camp, this stunning riverside meadow will provide it. The level, grassy field meanders alongside the river offering plenty of space and privacy. The only buildings visible are the traditional stone built farmhouse and watermill. The nearby road is unclassified and quiet, so the only noises are the gentle swirling of the river, the inquisitive hens and sometimes the Tawny Owls at night. Locally produced charcoal and firewood is provided, plus metal trays (though demand can exceed supply when busy), enabling that long-lost, essential ingredient of traditional camping, a campfire, to be experienced.

The main focal point has to be the river (Honddu); this is described as one of the most important wildlife rivers in Europe, boasting Salmon, Otter, British Crayfish, Wild Trout and Bull-Head Fish. (Fishing is available.) In addition to attracting campers it is also home to Herons, Dippers and Kingfishers.

Recycling is essential; we take our environmental responsibilities seriously by providing separate bins for cans, bottles, cardboard etc., and earnestly request that everyone take the time to separate their rubbish accordingly.

Pristine, hot showers, washrooms and toilets are housed in a bow-roofed, cedar-boarded cabin, which is kept cosy, warm and dry with sheepswool insulation.

The unspoilt natural haven of peace and quiet in the Brecon Beacons is helped by the request for no noise after 10.30, which is also when the cabin lights go off - so no light pollution.

Current Tariffs

Open April to October


Please call or email for availability and tariffs from 1st April and don't forget to mention that you found us on Wales Tourists Online website.

Thank you.