Campsite Review: Pentwyn Farm, Cantref, Brecon Beacons, Wales.

Where:  Pentwyn Farm, Cantref, Brecon, Powys LD3 8LP.

How much:  £8 per person per night, £4 under 12’s.

Campfires: Yes, on ground is ok but ideally use previous pit or metal fire pit available for free.

Firewood: Available in the barn. Help your self to a bag and pay in honesty box.

Facilities: Two toilets, one shower and a campers kitchen and sitting area all housed in a block of re-purposed loose boxes.

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The review:  For the first time ever I actually considered not sharing this place with you.  It ticks so many boxes I nearly kept it to myself, I don’t want everyone to rush there at once! Continue reading

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Campsite Review: Celtic Camping, Pembrokeshire.

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Where: Celtic Camping, St David’s, Pembrokeshre, West Wales, SA62 6DG.

Contact: 01348 837405  Email

How much: Adults £10, Children (5-15) £5 per night

Fires: Yes, anywhere you like. (Although its always considerate to use a previous spot if at all possible.)

Wood: On sale at reception.

Facilties: Good modern toilets and showers.  Also large camping barn (for campers to shelter in when weather is well…Welsh).

Dogs: Permitted – £2 per night

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Campsite Review: Inwood Campsite, Nr Basingstoke, Berkshire.

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Where: Inwood Campsite, Farleigh Wallop, Berkshire. How much: £15 per adult per night. Discount for families £12.50 per adult and £5 per child per night. Fires: In firepits, encouraged to have fires in the site of previous fires, there are plenty. Firewood: Large bags of logs sold for £5 each.  Delivered to pitches distant from reception by quad and trailer. Types of camping: Tents and small campervans Facilties:  Shower block and flushing toilets next to reception. Compost toilets and standpipes dotted around the site. The Review:  Continue reading