Welcome to Penrhadw Farm

Holiday Cottages and Bed & Breakfast, Brecon Beacons

01685 723481 / 07733 327871

Situated on the fringe of the Brecon Beacons National Park, set just outside the unspoilt village of Pontsticill, the farm has spectacular mountain views.

Accommodation is of a high standard. Harris Cottage, which sleeps up to seven, is exceptionally spacious and well equipped. Bed and breakfast is offered in the farmhouse – we have single, twin and double rooms.

Breakfast available to non residents and visitors.

Harris Cottage

Crybin Cottage

Penyfan Cottage

Penrhadw Farm House


You can explore the Brecon Beacons straight from the front door: our farmland, which guests are welcome to explore, adjoins the open land of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

There’s plenty to see and do within easy reach of Penrhadw Farm. Travel on the Brecon Mountain Railway, visit the spectacular Dan-yr-Ogof caves, or explore Britain’s industrial heritage at Blaenavon. Getting here is easy – and excellent road links make Penrhadw Farm the ideal base for exploring Mid and South Wales.


Hi Michael - Thank you for allowing us to stay at the gorgeous Penrhadw cottage. We all had a lovely weekend and were delighted to be able to have nice baths and comfy beds after our Kilimanjaro training in the Beacons! And the breakfasts were delicious... Thank you for arranging the extra room as well, that was most kind.

All the best, Oginia

We have just returned to Australia after our visit to the UK. During that visit we stayed a few days at Penrhadw Farm. Your welcoming friendliness, abundant breakfasts, comfortable rooms, and entertaining squirrels and birds, have contributed to our collection of memories of a wonderful experience.

Thank you. Lois and Mike Buxton.

Hello, Just a quick email to say thank you very much for the fantastic room last weekend and also a big thank you to both yourself and your wife for all your hospitality. We have never felt more welcome or eaten so well! Many thanks again, See you in the coming year.

Greg and Emma