*** We are Open!! ***

Contact us directly to book a room in April.

Online bookings available from May 1st 2021.

(All 2021/2022 Summer bookings require a 50% deposit. However any covid related cancellations will result in a full refund.)

We are a small business and like many others have been adversely affected by this situation. If you would like to support us and visit when the travel restrictions have been lifted then please consider buying some gift vouchers for a future stay or as a gift for someone else.

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Dog friendly B&B on the edge of the Brecon Beacons, South Wales.

Georgie the collie

Cwtch Farm is a cosy dog friendly Bed and Breakfast accommodation located in a small hamlet, Rhiwfawr in the Upper Swansea Valley  near to the Brecon Beacons. This is ideal accommodation to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park and surrounding areas.

The B&B is located opposite the Black Mountain, the Brecon Beacons and is a 45 minute drive to the spectacular Gower Peninsula. There are many attractions in the surrounding area including Craig Y Nos Country Park, Dan Yr Ogof Caves and the Black Mountain Pass. There are also many local walks/hikes in the Black Mountain and Brecon Beacons which are a short walk and drive from our accommodation. You can find out about our favourite walks here on our blog.

Cwtch Farm is home to 5 Mini Pigs, 2 Border Collies, 1 Goldfish, many Badgers and a huge variety of Birds, Bees and Bats.

If you love the outdoors, friendly hospitality, homely accommodation and fresh air then this is a perfect break for you and your dog!

Comfort Double Room

Cosy pet friendly ensuite Double Room with Mountain views.

King Room

Cosy pet friendly en suite King Room with Mountain views.

Standard Double Room

Cosy pet friendly ensuite small double Room with Mountain views.

Garden and Field

Secure garden and 2 acre field available for walking and relaxing.

Breakfast Room

Breakfast in our conservatory with spectacular mountain views.

Lounge Room

Communal Lounge with log burner available


Are you planning on visiting Wales with your dog?


If so then how about downloading our “Dog Friendly Guide to the Brecon Beacons and Gower Beaches”.

Our Location

Cwtch Farm, Rhiwfawr

South Wales


Trip Advisor Travellors Choice award

Guest Reviews

Host extremely hospitable, dog treats and bed and bowl In room made it easy, wonderful home made breakfast with lots of choice . Little touches in room made it extra nice.

March 2019

Very clean well kept room, nice breakfast with fantastic views over the Brecon Beacons. The host was lovely and attended to our every need. Location was perfect, very scenic yet only a short drive from all activities. I would highly recommend a visit to the caves and animal centre. Great for us as a couple and would also be ideal for families

August 2018

We had such a wonderful stay we decided to add another night. Julia is very thoughtful and gave us lots of good hints and tips about the area. She was a lot of fun and very accommodating. The room was cosy with very thoughtful touches such as chocolate and fresh flowers. We look forward to returning.

May 2019

What a find! Spotlessly clean room with shower en-suite (that shower was amazing!), an extremely comfy bed and well thought out room. Advised beforehand that my wife is vegan and, to her delight, there were vegan chocolates (and some wine!) in our room for our arrival – lovely touch.

Breakfast was superb, and not just because that view is stunning! Though new to the area, Julia recommended some lovely walks. Laid back but attentive host – nothing is too much trouble. This B&B comes highly recommended. Thanks for a wonderful stay.


Feb 2018

Amenities, Services, & Travel Guide

Free WiFi
Free Parking
Bedroom Comforts
Pet Friendly
Washer & Dryer
Tea and Coffee
Mountain Views
Spectacular Walks

Book your accommodation to visit the Brecon Beacons now..

01639 699180 / 07595 898710
Cwtch Farm, Coedffaldau Road, Rhiwfawr

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