Meet our fun loving farm animals, ride our popular ponies, relax in the comfy hot-tub, splash about in our swimming pool, or while away a rainy afternoon in the games room. There’s lots to do nearby.

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Meet the Animals

There are plenty of friendly animals to get to know on the farm – chickens, sheep, goats, ducks, horses, ponies, pigs, dogs and cats. It is paradise for children! A stream runs through the farmyard – care is needed with very small children, but many an hour has been spent paddling and “fishing!” Egg collecting is a great way for kids to start the day.



We run a BHS Approved Riding School and Livery Yard specialising in individual tuition for all ages, with an indoor and outdoor riding arena. Many of our guests take up the opportunity to ride while they are with us and we have started many a young person (and some not so young!) with their first experience in the saddle. Those who ride regularly at home, needn’t miss their weekly lesson. There is also stabling for those wishing to bring their own horses on holiday with them. Riding can be pre-booked or you can wait until your arrival.

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Hot Tub

Our hot tub is extremely popular with our guests. It’s open all year round, even when the pool itself is closed. There’s nothing better than feeling the bubbles on tired feet after a long walk in the mountains. It’s a very social space too. The perfect thing to do before getting ready for a cosy night in, or perhaps a visit to a local restaurant. 


Swimming Pool

Our heated indoor swimming pool is available all day up until 10pm, it’s open all year except during the winter months. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There are several pool rules displayed poolside as we want to ensure our guests are safe. 


Games Room

We have created an informal games room with 2 pool tables and a table tennis table to unwind after a long walk or a swim. It’s also the perfect place to entertain yourselves on rainy days!


Activities Nearby

For keen walkers footpaths run directly from the farm. This part of Wales is renowned for its spectacular beauty and it is an ideal location for walking, cycling, climbing, pot-holing, hang-gliding, fishing, pony-trekking or just for relaxing - on a boat along the Newport- Brecon canal perhaps?

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