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Aberbran Fawr Farm Caravan & Camping in Powys

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Aberbran Fawr Campsite is situated 3 miles west of the Historic Cathedral Town of Brecon, just off the A40
adjacent to the River Usk. It is a level site with easy access and a quiet family atmosphere.
There are 14 electric hook-up pitches and ample room for tents. There is also basic shower and toilet
We also have a field which can be used for Rallies.
Being based within the Brecon Beacons National park the campsite is ideally situated for going on scenic
walks and is within driving distance of local supermarkets, play barns for children and the popular
Dan yr Ogof caves.
From mid-June to August we are open for Pick Your Own Fruit and Vegetables including Strawberries,
Raspberries, Redcurrants, Blackcurrants, Gooseberries, Broad Beans and Peas. Courgettes and Potatoes
are also available along with Free-Range Eggs and Homemade Jam.

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Reviews of Aberbran Fawr Farm Caravan & Camping

Andy the owner can rent out for that ultimate experience a fully equipped Tipee it comes with a wood burning Stove, It is Awsome!!! Phone Andy for details
Daiwelly aka David (12th Jul 2011)
We and the wife love this site, we have done the rally scene, and the big site scene, but this beats them all, Andy and his wife are super hosts. Located in idyllic spot beside of the Usk, you are allowed campfires, lots of places to visit close by.
You must remember this is a working farm with livestock, which often take priority, especialy now during the Lambing season, what more can i say if its wet take wellies a must.
David (12th Apr 2010)