- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
- Cooking facilities
- Beds Provided
- Towels Provided
- Bed Linen Not Included
The Owner Says
Supplied in our Cabin is a large cool box, cushions and basic blankets, firewood, firelighters, books, toys and games. And solar powered charging points for mobile phones. Undercover on the cabin patio is a fully-stocked kitchenette featuring a gas 4 burner hob , log fired oven, a root cellar for food storage and providing all your cooking essentials. During the summer months the cabin also has use of the communal kitchen block. Also on the patio is a sheltered dining table, great for enjoying a meal alfresco.
The toilet and shower block hosts hot showers and flush toilet. There are two spacious shower cubicles offering a lovely showering experience and plenty of space to dry and dress. **Please note we close the shower block during the winter (March-October), you can use the outdoor bucket shower at the rear heated by the sun or by boiling the kettle on the gas hobs or open fire/log burner**
If that is not enough, the Cabin By The River hosts its own outdoor BBQ/Campfire, seating and Hammock area - perfect for spending the evening enjoying our starry night skies.
- The communal kitchen block is open March - October - it is not available for use once the tipis are down for the season
- Bedding for the Kingsize bed is provided from October - March (inclusive) Please bring bedding for children.
- Firewood is provided on a two basket per day basis, extra is available on an honesty basis of £3 per basket
- Please note, during the winter months the cabin might not be suitable for families with young children. It is located next to a river which during winter can be quite treacherous.
About Camp Cynrig Glamping Village
Suitable ForFamilies, couples, groups – yes. Tents, campervans, caravans and dogs are not permitted.
NearbyThe Brecon Beacons are perfect for outdoor adventures, with several walking, cycling and climbing routes throughout the National Park, the latter including Pen-y-Fan, Corn Du, Cribyn and Fan-y-Big, some of the highest mountains in Wales. Towards the Vale of Neath lies Wales 'waterfall country', home to some of the country’s most spectacular falls such as 88ft Sgwd Henrhyd. Nearby Brecon is steeped in history – be sure to visit the fascinating Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh (01874 613310) or take in the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal walk. Other lovely local places include the Black Mountains town of Crickhowell (home to Green Man Festival) and the UK’s literature capital Hay-on-Wye (home to the Hay Festival). For a rainy day getaway, head underground at Dan Yr Ogof Caves (01639 730284) and the Big Pit National Coal Museum (0300 111 2333). While just next door Cantref Adventure Farm (01874 665223) is great for nippers.
Food & DrinkThere’s a wealth of cracking local pubs in the area. Talybont, 15 mins away, hosts CAMRA Pub of the Year stalwart The Star Inn (01874 676635) as well as The White Hart Inn (0187 4676227) which offers a menu of hearty pub grub classics. The Red Lion (01874 658825) in Llangorse is around the same distance with a similar culinary vibe. Foodies take note, the world-renowned Abergavenny Food Festival takes place every September.
Camp Cynrig Glamping Village is located at Cantref House, Cantref, Brecon, Powys LD3 8LR