Farm, located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, is situated
just five minutes walk from the Georgian town of Brecon. It
dates back beyond the sixteenth century and still strongly
evokes a true sense of past times, with its cobbled court yard
between the miller's house and the stunning Grade II* corn mill,
behind which runs the River Honddu which is a
'Site of Special Scientific Interest.'
Noel and Susie
Gaskell, with their children Joshua and Emily, moved to Priory
Mill in 2001 intent on preserving and restoring the wonderful
collection of traditional stone buildings in its idyllic
To enable this
costly and time-consuming process to continue, a small, low-impact
campsite has been
established, plus the space above the stables, formally
accommodating mill workers, now provides a
luxurious retreat for two [Holiday
Whether camping or staying at the
self-catering holiday cottage, Priory Mill is perfectly located
for all sorts of local festivals, such as the Brecon Jazz
Festival, the Green Man Festival at Glanusk, or the
world-famous Hay Festival.
Address: Priory Mill, Hay Road
(called the Struet in town), Brecon, Powys, LD3 7SR
follow link to Find Us).
(For camping enquiries, please check
AVAILABILITY BEFORE emailing.)
Cottage - open all year round.
Dates and prices
for 2015/16 can be found on our
Holiday Cottage page.
email for availability.
We are now CLOSED for camping and will reopen in
March, when we start taking bookings for 2016.
have a minimum 3-night charge and Summer Weekends
a minimum 2-night charge.