Bryncoch Farm Campsite West Wales

Discussion in 'Wales' started by Chrisradioman, Aug 14, 2011.

  1. Bryncoch Farm was bought by the Richardson family some 40 years ago, and until about 10 years ago remained as a fully working farm. With the difficulties in farming over the last few years, the family was keen to diversify, and given the location and natural surroundings the obvious solution was to branch into tourism and leisure.
    The owner of the campsite Trevor Richardson, chose a flat paddock as the perfect place to develop the new venture and set about preparing the 3 acre piece of land. Keen to encourage all sorts of wildlife to the site, he also decided to create his own lake, using the stream that had ran through the centre of the paddock.
    3 years later and the campsite has matured beautifully, with lots of natural diversity. Trees and plants surround the site, ducks and geese call the lake home, and the lake itself has been stocked with various species of fish.The Campsite has:
    5 x Gravelled pitches for touring caravans or Motorhomes
    5 x Pitches for Large tents (8m x 6m max)
    3 x Of our famous Log Pods!
    All Pitches are flat, and have electrical connections if required.
    Toilet and washing facilities are cleaned daily and include free hot showers.
    As a family campsite, we welcome children and well-behaved dogs! Although because of the lake, very young children do need to be supervised.
    The local village is less than 1/4 mile away, with a family-friendly pub serving a fine selection of food and beer!
  2. Web site here:-

    Its a small site in the middle of nowhere, but you can't get any friendlier, we has a very warm welcome.
    The pitches are arranged on a gravel surface around a pond which hs fish, ducks & rare Australian Black Swans.
    The guy has a couple of dogs that are really friendly

    Places to visit:-
    Careg Cennen Castle



    Make sure you read the guys book its a tourist guide to the area, excellent read, if it ever gets published I'll buy it. :)

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