Brecon Rugby Club, 63 Watton, Brecon LD3 7EL
Wed 10th – Wed 17th August 2022
Nestling in the shadows of the majestic Beacons and at the confluence of the rivers Usk and Honddu the town of Brecon, or Aberhonddu in Welsh, is a picturesque market town, famed for its Georgian architecture. First built as a Roman military base it grew in the shadows of its Norman castle which once guarded one of the few crossing points on the river Usk.
Along with the castle the town boasts an 11th century cathedral (a former priory) a vibrant and colourful canal basin and the South Wales Borderers Military Museum. There are numerous independent shops and café’s along with a monthly farmers market. There is also a 1930’s cinema as well as a modern theatre and arts venue.
We will be staying at Brecon Rugby club which is situated on the edge of town and directly alongside the Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal. The centre of Brecon is a short 15-minute walk away.
During the month of August the annual Brecon Jazz Festival will once again be filling the town with music and for those interested further information is available via the link below.
Further afield are Abergavenny, Hay on Wye, and the spa town of Llandrindod Wells as well as Cardiff, all of which can be accessed via the local buses with many of the routes passing through the Beacons. The nearest bus stops are a short 10-minute walk from your motorhome.
Please note that we will be on grass and there are no toilet or shower facilities although fresh water and waste facilities will be available.
Pitch Fee: £16.50 per night/unit including EHU or £13.50 without
(Please note there are only 22 hooks up)
Rally Fee: £1 per person (Guests £10 per unit)
Rally Marshals: Andy & Heather Hartell
Closing Date for bookings: Monday 4th July 2022
No arrivals before midday on first day of rally