We are pleased to confirm all our campsite facilities are open for the development and wellbeing of children.
We also have measures in place to cater for extended households.
Where possible, please use your own self-contained facilities to help us manage social distancing requirements.

Campsite Brecon Beacons National Park.

Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme

Brecon Beacons listed campsite


Coronavirus (COVID-19).


Campers are welcome but do so at their own risk.
Please make sure that you are familiar with current coronavirus guidelines for Wales.
The Management cannot be held responsible if visitors do not comply with the rules laid down by the Welsh Government.

We recommend that you bring your own hand sanitiser.

To comply with our risk assessment please read the following information:-

1. Please do not come if you have a current positive test or think you may be asymptomatic, have symptoms or feel unwell.
2. 2 metre social distancing must be adhered to with people you don't live with or are not in your support bubble.
3. Wear a face covering (if you are able to) in all indoor public places.
4. Please follow health and safety signs on site.
5. 10 metre spacing between camping pitches.

6. If you come to us from another campsite please make sure your equipment is clean and sanitized before arrival on site.
7. Groups must keep to their own designated area on site.
8. Facilities are operating 'one in one out' during the pandemic.


9. Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) risk, this site will operate a zero-waste policy and guests must take all rubbish and litter away with them. Recycle facilities are available nearby, not on site.
10. Electrical hook-up points will also not be available for the duration of the pandemic.

Revised 24th February 2022


Walkers, cyclists. Tents, touring caravans, motorhomes or campervan pitches. Peaceful, fantastic views.

Newcourt is a quiet family campsite.

Noise, music and drinking are not permitted after 10pm. People who cannot abide by this are not welcome.
The proprietors reserve the right to refuse admission and to remove people
from the site at their discretion if site rules are not complied with.

All anti-social behaviour is reported immediately to Dyfed-Powys Police
along with full campsite registration details.

Our aim is for everyone to enjoy what our campsite offers and to maintain our high standards.



Please note

The site does not accept breeds/crossbreeds listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act: Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino and Fila Brasileiro.


Newcourt is used by those participating in Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme, 
 schools and other educational groups.
We welcome families, walkers and cyclists providing all visitors conform
to the strict standards of behaviour and safety appropriate to an educational site.


The campsite is open to the general public from 1st April until 31st October.
The site gates are closed at 10.00pm.


Portable toilets are on-site during busy periods.


Croeso, Welcome to Newcourt Farm Campsite

In the 1950s Mills Brothers established Newcourt Farm as a Riding Centre, leading pony treks into the Black Mountains, and as a Camping Site for tents, caravans and motorhomes. We have a large camping area to cater for the development and wellbeing of children, Scouts, Girl Guides, Boys Brigade, Schools and other educational groups and for those participating in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.
Walkers, cyclists and families are also welcome to enjoy what the Brecon Beacons has to offer.

We are a rural campsite set within the 520 square miles of the Brecon Beacons National Park - Wales’ first European Geopark. The Brecon Beacons National Park has been designated an International Dark Sky Reserve - the first place in Wales to achieve this award and only the fifth in the world. Newcourt Farm Campsite offers the ideal base to explore this area of outstanding natural beauty, to embrace and enjoy the true taste of Wales. Truly the ‘Land of Plenty' and inspiration of poetry and song.

Newcourt Farm Campsite is idyllic for the holidaymaker wishing to get away from it all, enabling you the chance to unwind and relax. Sit back and take in the stunning panoramic views across the Wye Valley, listen to the buzzards calling overhead and enjoy beautiful sunsets. On a clear night above the Brecon Beacons, stargazers are able to see the Milky Way, as well as numerous major constellations, bright nebulas and even meteor showers, making us the perfect destination to visit to get a better view of the night sky. "Perfect location to ponder our place in the universe." Don't forget to bring binoculars or a telescope. Dog Walking - there is plenty of space within and around the campsite for dog walking. If we are not too busy, we have areas you can let your dog have a run off the lead.

For those looking for a more active holiday, the site is ideally suited for keen hill walkers, cyclists and mountain bikers. There are activity centres nearby for adventurous types wishing to take part in outdoor pursuits. We are able to accommodate supervised groups and schools, particularly those taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme. The Black Mountains and miles of open countryside are easily accessible. There are many public footpaths to follow throughout the area. Horse riding, swimming, fishing, golf and gliding are all available close by.

Being within the Brecon Beacons National Park, the campsite is in a protected area where the aims of the Authority are to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the area. Newcourt Farm is committed to this aim.


What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare?
No time to stand beneath the boughs
And stare as long as sheep or cows.
No time to see, when woods we pass,
Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass.
No time to see, in broad daylight,
Streams full of stars, like skies at night.
No time to turn at Beauty’s glance,
And watch her feet, how they can dance.
No time to wait till her mouth can
Enrich that smile her eyes began.
A poor life this if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.




You know you’re somewhere special when you see the Welsh language on the signposts.