"Bryncrach Caravan site's quiet, peaceful setting and outstanding scenery is

what brings many happy guests back year after year."

Things to Do

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Bryncrach Farm Caravan Site is a non-commercial campsite. It is a naturally quiet, tranquil base from which campers and caravanners can explore the Mid Wales countryside.


We are nestled amongst the Rivers Edw and Wye and surrounded by unspoilt countryside. We have 3 short exclusive beats on the River Edw which is only a 15 min walk off site. The beats are fly only, catch & release. The campsite is an ideal base for the rivers associated with the Wye & Usk Foundation.

The River Wye (5 miles)
The River Irfon (5 miles)
The Ithon (5 miles)


The site is ideal for those who enjoy the countryside and outdoor pursuits, as the local area is excellent for walking. We are able to offer advice on scenic and enjoyable walking routes in the area for walkers of all abilities. Aberedw Hill Walk and Giants Grave Hill walk are strenuous hill walks, but shorter signposted walks are also included close to the site. The Offa’s Dyke trail also sees Bryncrach as a good base to travel and explore from.

Valley Dams

The spectacular Elan Valley dams are just 15 miles away with outstanding scenery and walks. www.elanvalley.org.uk.

Bike or Horseback

The countryside can also be explored by bike or on horseback. Horses can be stabled at the farm, so keen riders can bring their equine companions with them to the caravan site. Following local bridal paths that can be viewed at www.free-rein.co.uk. Alternatively, a number of riding stables operate in the local area where lessons can be booked. See www.heartofwales.co.uk or www.underhillridingstables.co.uk.


The Hundred House village pub is just 300 yards away, offering good food and a warm welcome to campers and caravanners after a busy day of walking, exploring or simply relaxing in the countryside.


Builth Wells is just 5 miles from the Bryncrach Farm Caravan Site, offers a range of local shops, supermarkets, pubs and coffee shops, and slightly further afield are the quaint markets towns of Brecon, nestled among the rolling Brecon Beacons, and Hay on Wye, renowned for its charismatic bookshops.

Historic Interest

There are countless local churches dating as far back as the 1500’s. Ancient Castle remains can be found amongst the countryside along the English/Welsh borderline and into Mid-Wales. Abbey-Cwm-Hir just 12 miles away offers a fantastic day trip with the ruins of the historical monk’s abbey and a grade 2 listed gothic mansion with spectacular open gardens www.abbeycwmhir.com.