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-friendly 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 bridleway 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 hideaway and mountain viewpoint. All this is by arrangement: ask for more details when booking.
The perfect location for bird and bat watchers, walkers, equestrians, stargazers, 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.
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.
Welcome pack on arrival includes tea, coffee, sugar and milk, a bottle of wine and half a dozen fresh farm eggs.
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.
High chair and travel cot available on request. Please bring your own bed linen for the cot.
Pets welcome (2 dogs max) @ £12 per dog
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, antibacterial spray etc.
Ideal visitor and horse accommodation for the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells.
No smoking inside
- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Double bed
- 2 Single beds
- 1 Bathroom
- Accepts 2 pets
- WiFi internet
- Enclosed garden or courtyard
- Friday changeover
- 30 Miles from a beach
- 6 Miles from a pub
- 6 Miles from a shop
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Ground floor bedroom
- On a working farm
- Private parking
- Bed linen provided
- No freezer
- No smoking
- Towels provided
- No tumble dryer
- No washing machine
- Highchair available
- Travel cot available
This must be the prettiest little cottage in all of Wales! The combination of luxurious and cosy accommodation, in a remote, farm setting is absolutely perfect. The bedding and towels are scrumptious!!! And not forgetting the most welcome, "welcome tea". Sarah is a very relaxed yet efficient hostess, with a friendliness that really makes you feel at home.Rose from Plymouth - 22nd November 2017
Very nice comfy cottage, friendly hosts, breathtaking surroundings.Johan & Ann from Belgium - 1st October 2017
Fantastic place and lovely hosts. The place is furnished to such a high standard and I would recommend it to others. Beautiful place and a lovely part of Wales. Thank you for a lovely break. There's so much to do in the area it's hard to say what's best to recommend. Definitely enjoy the local countryside, eat well at the numerous restaurants and pubs have a trawl through Trip Advisor first and definitely go to the gold mine near Llandovery.Couple from Kent - 10th September 2017
This is THE place to go.
If you want to escape the rat race. Rolling hills and gentle mountains as a backdrop; farm animals a plenty; bubbling streams and rivers and lush meadows and emerald forests. Although the cottage is on the farm; you still feel you're in your own "bubble". The surrounding roads are not for the feint-hearted but the trade off is your views are worth the slow steep climbs and hair raising descents ! The pace of life is delightfully slow - ideal for recharging your batteries. I would recommend the goldmines; waterfall country and the lady of the lake lake (on a brighter day) - check the weather forecast and if you get a warm/hot day - Rhossili Bay is well worth the drive !
Thank you for a lovely stay. Little "homely" touches were very welcome... and I can't thank you enough for being my knight in shining armour when my tyre burst ! You turned a crisis into a minor blemish in an instance. We had an amazing time. Thanks for the freedom to mix with the animals on the farm and explore. I have fallen in love with South Wales now !Lisa and Family - 9th August 2017
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 - 22nd June 2017
It was a lovely welcome and an extremely good place to stay.
Tips: Ask for local tips from the owners of the farm.Andreas from Germany - 18th June 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 - 30th 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 - 23rd May 2017
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Llwynrhosser is located on the Black Mountain, within the Brecon Beacons National Park. The cottage is in the farmyard and adjoins another barn. The barn and cottage are completely separate from the main farm house.
In the National Park the mountains, rivers, waterfalls, castles and caves are ideal for those, who enjoy the fresh air. The area is popular for walking, cycling (road & mountain biking) horse riding and hill running, also just for relaxing and enjoying its natural beauty. The river Sawdde Fechan runs through the farm. Its source is Llyn y Fan, a beautiful lake on the mountain associated with the legend of the lady of the lake, the origins of the physicians of Myddfai. Pen y Fan, the highest mountain in South Wales is just 28 miles way.
Red kites frequently soar over the farm and there is a Red Kite feeding centre 3.5 miles away. Also cuckoos can be heard during late spring/early summer. Nuthatches, wood peckers, woodcocks, along with many other different species, happily live within the farm's woodland.
The nearest village is Llangadog (6 miles). Here there are several welcoming pubs, a post office, butchers shop and grocery store. Llangadog is on the Heart of Wales railway line, with a regular train service between Swansea & Shrewsbury.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales & Aberglasney Gardens are within easy reach of Llwynrhosser.
Carreg Cennen Castle is an imposing hill top castle with a café with some splendid Long Horned cattle.
The Gower & Carmarthenshire coast are just over an hour away, offering sandy beaches at Pembrey Country Park and Llan Steffan. Also Dylan Thomas’ Laugharne.
Fishing day permits for the River Towy are available in Llangadog, 6 miles away.
Glynhir Golf Club in Llandybie is a beautiful parkland golf club, 13 miles away.
With stables onsite you can bring your own horse on holiday or trekking is available at Dinefwr Riding Centre, 13 miles away.
The Brecon Beacons National Park includes several reservoirs for sailing, kayaking and more. Llandovery has a swimming pool for inside events, 13 miles away.