Brechfa, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Open daily. Free entry.
On-street parking is available throughout the village with a small car park and toilets, with disability facilities, next to the church hall. There is a pavement along both sides of the majority of the village with dropped kerbs.
Brechfa is a rural village at the top of the picturesque Cothi Valley next to the Brechfa Forest. The two sides of the village are linked by a bridge.
The village has seen many historical events including the destruction of the tollgates on the local turnpike road during the Rebecca Riots of the 1840s and the stationing of men at an Instructional Centre to work on the Forestry Commission land during the Great Depression of the 1930s.
There is a primary school ( http://www.brechfa.amdro.org.uk/pages/default.aspx), chapel, church, church hall, community co-operative store and The Forest Arms public house.
The adjacent Brechfa Forest contains mountain bike trails and is home to Brechfa Mountain Biking, which offers free car parks with picnic and BBQ facilities.
Brechfa, Carmarthesnhire, SA32 7QY
Brechfa lies along the B4310 around 6.5 miles north of Nantgaredig.
For more travel information go to https://www.traveline.info/ or call 0871 200 22 33.
There is a community store and a public house in the village. There is also a seasonal snack van in the nearby mountain bike trails car park although the car park is rocky and may not be suitable for wheelchairs.