Wonderful glamping breaks in the heart
of the Brecon Beacons National Park
In a stunning location - with crisp, clean air and breathtaking views.
Perfect for an activity holiday or a relaxing break - with golf right on your doorstep...
Glamping @ 68 Degrees West is located in a spectacular spot with wonderful views of the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains and the Crug. We are nicely situated just over two miles outside the historic market town of Brecon, in the picturesque village of Cradoc. The park was opened in the 1980s by the Witcomb family and more recently became a Caravan Club site. It has now been passed onto Rachel and her partner Lewis who are totally committed to their exciting new venture in one of the most idyllic settings in Wales.
If you are looking for a short stay, a romantic getaway or just a peaceful break in the tranquil countryside then 68 Degrees West is the ideal spot for you. If you are a golfer, then you’re in luck as conveniently situated right on the doorstep is Cradoc Golf Club where you can either enjoy a round on the Championship course, knock some balls on the driving range, or just head down to the clubhouse for a drink and a bite to eat. The famous book town of Hay on Wye and the home of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Show - Builth Wells are only a stones throw away.
We are a Caravan and Motorhome Club member and have caravan, motorhome and tent pitches available.
Rachel and Lewis will ensure you have an enjoyable stay, so why not come to take in the views and enjoy the great outdoor feel of the countryside. You can be sure of a warm welcome…
Each of our glamping pods is built using locally sourced materials and are fully insulated with British sheep’s wool.
Click on pics below for more information.
The Celyn Pod. The pod has a covered porch area and French doors which lead out onto outdoor decking with full height glazed windows. Read More
Sleeping. The Celyn pod comfortably sleeps a family of 4 and has a lounge and kitchenette area - which transform into a sleeping area at night. Bed linen is provided.Read More
Catering. The kitchenette is equipped with a gas hob, small fridge, kettle, toaster, cutlery, utensils, mugs, glasses and plates.Read More
Dining with a wonderful view of the Brecon Beacons. What a spot!Read More
Views don't get much better that this!Read More
All set up for a bit of al fresco dining!Read More
The view to the West...Read More
Our well-equipped toilet and shower block...Read More
Everything you need...Read More
Prices & Booking Your Stay
Arrival is anytime between 4pm-6pm and departure is 10am.
Both pods sleep a family of four, there are two double beds in each pod.
1 night £75.00
4 nights £275.00
6 nights £390.00
2 nights £140.00
5 nights £340.00
7 nights £420.00
3 nights £210.00
Camping £9.00 per person per night
Children under 5yrs go free
Caravans £15.00 per night
Caravans £20.00 per night
Pitch, electric and use of facilities
A fantastic place for an activity holiday with superb walking, mountain biking and
horse riding trails, caves and an historic canal – plus characterful towns and
Michelin-starred restaurants! Click on pics below for more information.
Cycling & Mountain Biking are hugely popular in the area
with a fantastic route along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal towpath being a favourite. Brecon also marks the start of the Taff Trail which is a popular walking and cycle path that runs for 55 miles (89 km) between Brecon and Cardiff Bay.
The Brecon Beacons are famous for its mountain bike routes - with green routes for beginners all the way to 'killer' black routes!Read More
Events, Festivals & Shows. There are Agricultural shows a plenty to enjoy during the summer months with the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells being the jewel in the crown.
The hugely popular Green Man Music Festival is held at Glanusk near Crickhowell and other festivals include the world famous Hay Literature Festival, which is only 20 minutes down the road.
June sees the WAAT4 Challenge - a prestigious navigation event in the Beacons that teams in which from all over the UK take part every year.Read More
Golf. Right on your doorstep is the wonderful championship course at Cradoc where PGA professional Richard Davies always offers a warm welcome - click on 'read more' below to find out more...
There are other lovely courses in the area at Builth and Llandrindod Wells and a nine hole course in Brecon.
Ryder Cup host Celtic Manor, historic St Pierre and the Vale of Glamorgan Golf complex are only 50 minutes away...Read More
Places to Visit. The area is a treasure trove of historical sites with over a dozen castles to visit - Carreg Cennen at Trapp (pictured above) is definitely worth a visit! More locally, there is a castle in Brecon and at Bronllys, Crickhowell, Cyfarthfa nr Merthyr, Hay on Wye, Llandovery and Tretower.
Trips to Big Pit in Blaenavon, Dan yr Ogof Showcaves, or a ride on the Brecon Mountain Railway are a must..Read More
Riding & Trekking. The Brecon Beacons is a perfect place for horse lovers. There are over 600 miles of bridle paths and tracks. The spectacular scenery and wealth of wildlife create some of the best riding in Europe.
There are thousands of acres of hills, moors and fields, criss-crossed by ancient tracks and lanes. You can ride all day, sharing the views with the soaring buzzards.
Riding and trekking centres are working together to offer top quality trekking, short rides and pony trekking.Read More
Watersports. The area offers an array range of options for paddlesports, from the tranquillity of the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal and Llangorse Lake to extreme kayaking over jaw-dropping waterfalls.
You can have fun paddling a kayak, canoe, stand-up paddleboard, raft or even making and paddling your own coracle! With waters graded from from Grade 1 (easy) up to Grade 6 (extremely hard), there really is something for everyone!
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Glamping @ 68º West Cradoc I Brecon I LD3 9LP
Bookings 07791 285775 24hr 07792 744192