You are logged in as a guest. 
  Home Forums Home  Search our Forums Search our Forums    Log in to the Forums Log in to the Forums  register Register on the Forums  

 Forums ->  Sites and places to stay -> Sites Speak
Jump to page : First 1 Last
Format:  Go
Camping In Brecon Wales
AuthorMessage
userCamping Mad
Posted: 9 March 2009 11:30 AM
Subject: Camping In Brecon Wales
 
Just joined

Posts: 15



I enjoy camping in Brecon Mid Wales, this is a camsite a Visit regually.

Bishops Meadow Caravan & Camping Park

Link to website: http://www.bishops-meadow.co.uk/

This is the forum I have recently set up so if you use this Camsite Please Join the forum and spred the word to your friends that use this Camsite.

This forum is set up in Yahoo.

Group name:

Bishopsmeadowgroup

Group home page:

http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/Bishopsmeadowgroup

Regards,
Gavin



userPatricia
Posted: 9 March 2009 11:34 AM
Subject: RE: Camping In Brecon Wales
 


Forum master

Posts: 2049
200025
Location: Worcestershire and France Auto-Trail Cheyenne 635


Had a very quick look at this but was very disappointed that they charge for 2 adults and 2 children. As a lone traveller £20 per night is too expensive I'm afraid.
userMandy&Andy
Posted: 9 March 2009 5:01 PM
Subject: RE: Camping In Brecon Wales
 


Treasured contributor

Posts: 960
5001001001001002525
Location: Northants


Hi,

Thats the problem isn't it with MH's . There would be 3 of us and if we went away for 2 weeks and paid £20 a night for parking on a piece of grass it just seems alot to pay.

We wouldn't use the loo's or showers which I am sure are stunning.
Doubt there would be many times in the Brecon you could go in an out door pool heated or other wise, ( I lived near there for 4 years so seen the weather). We would arrive full of water and maybe fill up 3 times in 2 weeks, empty loo every 3 days, pour grey waste away every 3 days.

When you can collect your tesco vouchers go over to France for free and then use the Aires and Municipals for usually between €4 and €10 a night and park in some wonderful spots.

Nothing against Wales or this or any other campsite its just how much they need to charge for vans that don't need that many facilities.

Just my thoughts
Mandy
userLordThornber
Posted: 9 March 2009 7:35 PM
Subject: RE: Camping In Brecon Wales
 


Forum master

Posts: 3235
2000100010010025
Location: Sabden Lancashire Auto-Sleeper Kingham


Right with you on this Mandy, a small village just outside of Skipton called Gargrave is a place that's priced itself out of the market for us.

It has a site but the fees now are I expect in the £17 per night region, facilities are shall we say, tired. So you pays yer money and takes yer choice.

The local pub is happy to put you up on the car park, but my wife is not overally comfortable with that type of camping.

Knowing the village quite well, I e-mailed the local council with some suggestions which would benefit the village as a whole rather than the poor value site.

One was utilising the space available near the local football pitch and another using the Village Hall car park. Fees to be paid obviously, just provide a tap and a bin. Hardly difficult.

Result? Waste of time, Despite me pointing out the benefits of more visitors spending in the village and a few hints as to the Aires in France.

Martyn
userCamping Mad
Posted: 9 March 2009 9:06 PM
Subject: RE: Camping In Brecon Wales
 
Just joined

Posts: 15



Another site i have visited a few times is Grawen Caravan & Camping Park.

This is a nice place to stay the website is not grate but the welcome you get here is fabulas.

Website: http://www.walescaravanandcamping.com/

Regards,
Gavin
Jump to page : First 1 Last
Printer friendly version
E-mail a link to this thread
Jump to forum :


(Delete all cookies set by this site)(Return to Homepage)

Any problems? Contact the administrator