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boxoftricks



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Brecon Beacons wild or not so wild camping

Looking for recommendations for a wild campsite in the Brecon Beacons. Ideally woodland and a lake. Any ideas or pointers?

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Ashbyandy



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There is Priory Mill Farm, just north of Brecon. (Priorymillfarm.co.Uk). A small river side side. But they don’t accept dogs, or children.


Or Middle Ninfa Farm (middleninfa.co.uk). Not quite Brecon, but near Abergavenny, and it has a lake, and great views.

Both are quite wild, if that’s what you want,

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Badger110



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A little further north but Nash Oakland Wild Camping just outside Presteigne is highly recommended by quite a lot of people for it's remote quiet and peaceful location as well as abundance of different environments to camp ( buy the river or in the woods or out in the open )

We have just returned from there and we passed @matt110 who was also staying there but in a different part ( the place is huge! )

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Pat



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Again a little distance from the Beacons, but well worth a visit.

http://www.thebridgeinnmichaelchurch.co.uk/

Web site makes this place seem a little more plush than it is. Beautiful "middle of no where" country pub with small campsite. It started with a kiss, never thought it would come to this.
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