This castellated stone Elizabethan Tower is a Grade 11 Listed Building; it is the end wing of the main house Twr Mihangel believed to date from the 16th century, on the edge of the medieval village of Llanfihangel Crucorney. The Tower has now been carefully and lovingly restored to a beautiful, luxurious and romantic Tower; it is set in mature walled gardens with a private part of the garden for visitors with a Gazebo and a BBQ. On Arrival visitors are greeted with fresh flowers and wine. This is a perfect place for a romantic retreat, an Anniversary, a Honeymoon or just a holiday. The nearby Skirrid Inn, is the oldest and supposedly the most haunted Inn in Wales is only a hundred yards or so from the house, as is the village shop and the garage. From the property there is excellent walking, with Offa's Dyke footpath close by, the Black Mountains and Llantony Valley through to Capel-y-Ffin and Hay-on-Wye, pony trekking, mountain biking and a nearby trout farm.
Sleeps 2, 1 bedroom.
A very discreet and hand made English oak kitchen with a built-in fridge, dishwasher, combi-oven and microwave and an induction hob and a traditional quarry tiled floor. The superb octagonal sitting room has tall stone mullion leaded light windows, candle sconces on the wall, great oak beams, a beautiful very large Knoll sofa, Georgian chairs and an original splendid central chandelier. A large open stone fireplace with first wheelbarrow of logs provided. SKY TV, DVD and Hi-Fi.
Up the hand carved oak staircase to
A superb elegant tiled bathroom with a double sized roll top slipper bath, and an original black marble wash stand with an Italian handbasin and a very spacious power shower.
The top floor has
Bedroom 1: An octagonal bedroom with a very impressive and fine hand carved Four Poster King Size Bed, again wooden floor boards, oriental rugs, tall mullion windows.
Abergavenny is 5 miles, Hereford 18 and Brecon 25 miles. 20 minutes drive from Celtic Manor Golf Complex.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth
We had a great time. The property was very well presented and well equipped. We would definitely want to stay there again.-
My partner and I stayed for a long weekend in November 2013 and we both have nothing but amazing things to say about our stay!! Firstly, the Tower itself is simply divine! So quaint, gorgeous, traditional and welcoming. The log fire is beautiful and the bathroom and 4 poster bed is immense! Everything you could think of was provided - from milk and tea, to a hairdryer, towels, candles and logs for the fire! The owner, Geinor James and her husband were so welcoming and we even had a bottle of bubbly and breakfast treats laid out for us on arrival!
There are loads to do nearby - climbing Mount Skirrid, shops and local markets and of course the gorgeous scenic landscape for romantic walks and picnics. The Walnut Tree, a Michelin star restaurant is a short drive away and we had a delicious meal here and the Skirrid Inn Pub opposite the Tower is great for pre drinks in a haunted venue.
All in all we could not recommend this place highly enough - please do visit - you won’t be disappointed.