King Room

High Season (April to October)

£95 double occupancy per night
£55 single occupancy per night
Dogs £10 per stay per dog

Low Season (November to March)

£95 double occupancy per night
£55 single occupancy per night
Dogs £10 per stay per dog

Our King Size room is a cosy space that sleeps up to 2 people. There is a bijou shower room equipped with toiletries and hairdryer and a powerful shower. This room has stunning views over the Black Mountain and Brecon Beacons National Park and is a lovely space to relax after a long day walking and sightseeing.


King size Bed
En-Suite shower room
Internet enabled TV and DVD player
Spectacular views over the Black mountain
Towels provided
Central Heating
Extra Blankets
Basket of toiletries. 

King Bed

Private Shower Room


From the initial enquiry, Julia’s communication was faultless. Easy to find location via sat nav. Lovely homely B&B with warm comfortable room. Lovely dogs and pigs too 🙂 breakfast was beautiful, especially whilst looking at the amazing view.

November 2019

I stayed here during a two-day motorcycle off-road adventure courE nearby. Absolutely lovely in every way, from the welcoming and ebullient host, the the clean and cozy room, to the brilliant breakfast and morning view, to the dogs and pigs and sheep … the heart and spirit of Wales.

September 2019

Located in a quiet rural location,with amazing views,nice and quiet,lovely meeting the pigs ben and Jerry. Julia was great,we could have talked for hours,the room was great,had everything we needed,I liked the complimentary midnight snack box .Breakfast was great and we enjoyed our stay there very much

August 2019

Can’t rate this B&B highly enough. As you park up you are greeted by a stunning view, quickly followed by our friendly host, Julia. The room was very clean, spacious and every last detail had been thought out. The breakfast was a full fry up with all the extras, with a view that is hard to beat! Would highly recommend.

September 2018

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