- Proper mattresses and quality bedding
- Wood-burner provided to keep you toasty
- Set on the edge of a designated Dark Sky Reserve
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Features & Facilities
4 bell tents (furnished with beds, bedding, cushions, blankets, wood-burning stove and storage), 3 showers, composting toilets, covered communal shelter with electricity for charging phones, drying hair etc. The National Trust and community run pub is open Wednesday–Saturday. There is no mobile phone signal on the site but the pub has free Wi-Fi.
There are several excellent walks directly from the campsite (bring an OS map to make the most of the area). These include a 40-minute stroll up to the ruin of Talley Abbey and a jaunt around Talley Lakes and Nature Reserve. Dinefwr Castle and Carreg Cennen Castle (01558 822291) are both less than 30 minutes away by car and the National Botanic Gardens of Wales (01558 667149) are also 30 minutes away. For something a little more high-octane, mountain biking in Brechfa Forest offers trails for various levels of ability – including some serious stuff for the pros!
Food & Drink
Hamper options for guests filled with local produce are available. The pub is open Wednesday–Saturday, with food served on Saturdays. Beer is mainly supplied from the Llandeilo based Evan Evans brewery with a range of award winning ales and there are guest ales from other local breweries on occasions as well as a great selection of ciders. Cwmdu shop and post office stocks local produce, open Tuesday–Saturday (mornings only). Head to Llandeilo for more options. Gin specialist, Ginhaus (01558 823030) is excellent if you like a good G&T, but also have top food in their deli, while Cawdors (01558 823500) hotel is top of the tree for fine dining. There's also a popular chocolate and ice-cream parlour – Heavenly (01558 822800). For a hearty Sunday lunch head to The Plough (01558 823431) in Rhosmaen.
Peaceful, private and perched in a meadow just outside a pleasant village pub, Wild Mountains is only wild when you want it to be. The stream, the mountains and the wildlife are all out there, of course, but each bell tent has plenty of homely comforts too.
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From the M4 - Remain on the M4 past Bridgend, Port-Talbot and Swansea for 46.8miles. At the next roundabout called Pont Abraham follow signs for Carmarthen, A48, then Cross Hands. Once at Cross Hands, at the roundabout take the fourth exit sign posted Llandeilo A476, stay on this road for roughly 7miles, until you get to a small town called Fairfach. At Fairfach take the first exit on the roundabout towards Llandeilo A483. Drive through Llandeilo and at the roundabout take the second exit then the next left on to Talley Road B4302. Remain on this road for roughly 5 miles where you will see a sign for Cwmdu Village (Left hand turn). Follow the sign and road for 1 mile around and you will arrive at Cwmdu Village Pub. The Wild Mountains site is situated past the pub, follow the sign down an access track for 100m and take a right into the site parking area.