We were looking for a campsite in the Brecon Beacons National Park and came across Priory Mill Farm in the the Rough Guide to camping in Britain.
Priory Mill Farm is a small, low-impact campsite, near to the town of Brecon. The farm dates back beyond the 16th century and evokes a sense of past times, with its cobbled courtyard and traditional stone buildings in an idyllic riverside setting.
There was so much to love about this campsite, but the highlights were cooking over the campfire, and watching the free range chickens happily peck about in the grass. A camper’s hut provided local information, weather reports, a mobile phone charging facility and a freezer for ice packs.
We enjoyed our stay and highly recommend it.