Idyllic mountain side setting

Idyllic mountain side setting | Llwynrhosser

A truly amazing location with its untouched wildlife and stunning scenic views, this a nature lovers paradise. Ideal for couples, family or friends.

Idyllic mountain side setting

An idyllic setting on the slopes of the Black Mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park. A truly amazing location with its untouched wildlife, flora and fauna and stunning scenic views, this really is a nature lovers paradise. Ideal for couples, family or friends, it is located on a working farm that includes 20 acres of ancient woodland, this pet-firendly cottage is a perfect escape to the country. The area has Dark Sky status with zero light pollution enabling fantastic sky gazing views at night.

You can even bring your own horses with you on holiday, with stabling available at the farm. The area is a rider's paradise and even has a bridle way going straight through the farm up onto the mountain.

For romantic breaks, evening meals can be prepared and candlelit dinners can be enjoyed at a choice of selected magical locations around the farm, including a woodland hideway and mountain viewpoint. All this is by arrangement: ask for more details when booking.

The perfect location for bird and bat watchers, walkers, equestrians, star gazers, nature lovers & anyone else who just needs to switch off and relax.

The Sawdde Fechan River runs through the farm. This is a tributary to the Towy. Fishing, when in season, is available in the local village with day permits available.

Ground floor

Kitchen - Fully equipped kitchen including NEFF electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, and fridge with small freezer tray at the top and underfloor heating.

Lounge – Comfy sofas for 4 and also a dining table and chairs for 4 in an open plan layout.

Bathroom - WC, basin and walk in shower and underfloor heating.

Bedroom 1 - Ground floor double bedroom with bedside cabinets and chest of drawers.


Bedroom 2 – Twin Bedroom with bedside cabinets and chest of draws.


Enclosed garden with lawned areas with garden furniture. Ancient woodlands, rivers and wild meadows to be enjoyed on the farm.

Additional Information

Welcome pack on arrival includes afternoon tea: tea or coffee served with a selection cakes and sandwiches.

Disabled friendly with bed and bathroom on ground floor. No handrails or equipment on site. Wheelchair friendly doorways. Ramp required to access rear entrance.

Horses - £10 per horse per night. Max 3 horses.

Bed linen, towels & hairdryer provided.

Iron & ironing board available.

Electricity for heating, lighting & all appliances included.

Free Wi-fi

Please note that the owner requires a £50 refundable security bond prior to arrival. This will be held as a pre-authorisation on your payment card and released post departure.

High chair and travel cot available on request. Please bring your own bed linen for the cot.

Pets welcome (2 dogs max)

If you wish, we can prepare hot evening meals from our seasonal menu, just let us know when and what and we will do the rest.

Romantic setting for evening meals – we can arrange a magical outdoor setting for dinner to be served. Plenty of options for you to pick from, including mountainside, woodland and meadows.

The following items are also provided at the cottage for your stay:

Kitchen: salt and pepper, kitchen roll, washing up liquid/dishwasher tablets, new dishcloths and scourers, tin foil and cling film.
Bathroom: liquid hand soap and 2 toilet rolls per toilet.
General cleaning products: shower cleaner, anti bacterial spray etc.

Ideal visitor and horse accommodation for the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells.

No smoking inside

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  • Sleeps up to 4
  • 2 bedrooms : (1 double , 1 twin)
  • Baby friendly
    Enclosed garden
    Ground floor bedroom(s)
    On a Farm
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    Rare Gem
    Wow was our reaction as we entered the cottage. Very high standards of presentation and cleanliness The afternoon tea provided was a lovely surprise as well. The scenery is stunning and so many fabulous views to enjoy as it offered an escape for us. Lovely walks, local shops and great pubs, simply lovely.
    Visitors from Australia, Jun 2017

    This is a beautiful cottage in amazing surroundings off the beaten track. Sarah and Jon have gone the extra mile to make the stay perfect, they had thought of everything. The gold mine was a great day out, make sure you do both tours. We walked up Pen y Fan and visted the tin mine and waterfall near Neath.
    Family from Sandhurst, May 2017

    Fabulous stay at Llwynrhosser, Sarah and Jon made us welcome and the cottage is very modern and comfortable. We especially loved how soft and cozy the beds were. The scenery in the countryside is beautiful to lots to explore.
    Couple from Cardiff , May 2017

    The property is absolutely stunning. We loved our stay there, beautiful scenery and very welcoming and helpful owners. If you want to be surrounded by nothing but beautiful countryside and peaceful surroundings this is the place to be.
    Tips: Ensure you have all the necessary food and drink you need as the nearest shop is 7 miles away. Bring your wellies to explore the farm.
    Family from Tidworth, Apr 2017

    The perfect place to relax & charge your batteries.
    We made a last minute booking for three nights at Llwynrhosser.
    Sarah & Jon were very friendly and made us feel welcomed and looked after. The cottage is spatious, well equipped, immaculate and it's been decorated to a high standard. Our daughter enjoyed seeing all the farm animals and Sarah & Jon named a little lamb (who was just born when we were there) after our daughter. :) We had some lovely walks around the farm and was very relaxing being away from our hectic London lives. Great area to visit and the views from the farm are lovely. We will definitely go back again to explore more of the National Park.
    Thank you for the lovely break.
    Tips: Self catering or the owners are happy to cook with some notice.
    Iren from London, Mar 2017