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 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.
Campsite Brecon Beacons National Park.
Walkers, cyclists. Tents touring caravans, motorhomes or campervans. Peaceful, fantastic views.
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 until the end of October 2019.
Hay Festival - Thursday 21st May to Sunday 31st May 2020.
The Hay Festival of Literature and the Arts, in early summer, attracts many visitors to the town.
Famous writers, politicians, poets, musicians and comedians provide endless entertainment during the 10 day festival.
Situated approx. 4 miles from the festival site Newcourt Farm Campsite is ideally located.
The Hay Festival Shuttle Bus picks up and drops off close to the campsite.
Link to Hay Festival Travel page.
After a busy day at the festival come back to Newcourt and relax away from the crowds. Perhaps go for a walk across the fields. Enjoy the panoramic views across the valley and watch a beautiful sunset. Once night falls the Brecon Beacons National Park, with its International Dark Sky Reserve status, is the top destination in the UK to enjoy stargazing. On a clear night you can see the Milky Way, as well as numerous major constellations, bright nebulas and even meteor showers.
The festival period can be busy and advance booking is advisable.
Extra charges may be incurred during Bank Holidays and Festivals. See Tariff.