Blaenrheon Farm nestles in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park, neighbouring Mynydd Illtyd Common and just three miles from the market town of Brecon. The 280-acre hill farm has been traditionally farmed by Nick Bishop and his family for the past 19 years. Over the years this area has become an increasingly popular tourist destination for those who enjoy beautiful scenery and the great outdoors.
Mynydd Illtyd common is recognised as being of historical significance, with evidence of Bronze age activity and the remnants of an Iron age hill fort (4000 years ago). The beautiful situation of the farm with breath-taking views and tranquility provide for an ideal alpaca trekking location. The National Park Visitor Centre is only 1 mile away from the farm, offering a good selection of refreshments and visitor facilities.”