CwmFillo Hills above CwmFillo Sunset
CwmFillo Bed & BreakfastView from CwmFillo
St David’s Church, RhulenGuests at BreakfastAt the Royal Welsh ShowHome grown eggs, from happy hensView over the roof

Cwmfillo Bed & Breakfast

Set the heart of the rolling Radnorshire Hills in ‘Kilverts Country,’ famed for its’ unspoilt, outstanding natural beauty, flora and flora, Cwmfillo boasts immediate access to areas of Special Sites of Scientific Interest (SSSI). The surrounding area has been sought out for film locations, ‘King Arthur’, and ‘On the Black Hill’ to name but two.

Rhulen’s unique situation places Cwmfillo perfectly to enjoy as a peaceful retreat for those who just wish to ‘Get Away From It All’. Just ‘kick back’ and enjoy it’s own secluded cottage garden, 12 acres of land and woodland walk, along with streams, dingles, old churches, ancient earthworks, and Red Kites soaring overhead.

‘Explore from the back door,’ on foot, cycle, or horseback the miles and miles of moorland, open hill turf, bridleways, tracks and lanes. This is a fabulous find, a gem of a place for the geologist, birdwatcher, natural historian, outdoor activity enthusiast and is an inspiration for artists, writers and photographers.

Cwmfillo is conveniently situated for visiting Builth Wells - home of the Royal Welsh Showground along with it’s many events (Royal Welsh Show, Welsh Cob Sales, Winter Fairs etc), Hay On Wye ‘Town of books’ and home of the Guardian Literary Festival, and Brecon host to the Jazz Festival, Theatre Brycheiniog, Castle and the Brecon and Monmouth Canal.

The flexible accommodation caters for individuals, families and all groups, offering Double, Twin, Single, Shared Family Room, with own toilet and wash basin, or king size Four Poster bedroom with en suite. All rooms are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities.

Guests start the day with a substantial full farmhouse breakfast which includes ‘home grown’ fresh organic free-range eggs from happy Rare Breed hens!

After a day out and about what could be better than talking about the days events and adventures over a relaxing home cooked evening supper prepared from home grown or locally sourced organic produce. If you prefer there is a good choice of pubs and restaurants with varied menus a short distance away.

Horses as well as humans are especially welcome should you wish to bring your equine chum along. You will find well appointed stables, under cover grooming area, tack room, 44m x 24m all weather ménage, turnout and ample parking. Organic hay and hard feed can be arranged as needed.

The out riding from Cwmfillo is second to none. The moment you leave the yard within half a mile of quiet lane you reach the open hill! The scenery is diverse, from open moorland, hill and turf to quiet lanes, bridleways and Old Drovers roads. The views are breadth taking and spectacular.

For those looking for a little more excitement then there is plenty on offer such as rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing, kayaking, raft building, mountain biking, gorge scrambling, adventure days, white water canoeing and kayaking, cave exploration, team building activities, problem solving tasks – the Blue Mountain Team Challenge.

The activities are available to individuals, families, adult and corporate groups, and are provided by Blue Mountain Activities. The activities aim to be fun, safe and informative. They are individually tailored to the needs of the individual and are suitable for all ages, fitness and levels of experience.

Blue Mountain Activities is fully Licensed by the Adventure Activities Licensing Authority (AALA) to provide all the adventure activities and more.

For a great day out, full of exciting, fun and memorable activities, for more details see Adventure Activities (and