Cwmdu Campsite

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Cwmdu lies at the foot of the Black Mountains, an ideal base to explore the National Park. Quiet, friendly and well-tended, this site will suit anyone with an interest in peace-loving activities or simply wishing a relaxing break away from the bustle of urban life. A multitude of scenic locations and award winning venues are easily accessible.

On site amenities: Dishwashing facilities, hot showers, chemical disposal point, public telephone, excellent free wifi across the site, basic onsite shop and nearby pub/restaurant and café.


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