A warm welcome for couples or a family alike awaits in this home from home. Enjoy local pubs, coffee shops and restaurants in Crickhowell, as well as exploring the Welsh hills, valleys and mountains.
Whether you’re in the area to visit the local annual music festival just 3 miles away, discover the far-reaching countryside of the Brecon Beacons around you or explore some of Wales’ rich history, this property is a perfect base for up to five guests. Comfortably sleeping three and with the option of a sofa bed to host two more, this versatile accommodation ticks a variety of boxes for visitors to this unrivalled national park.
Lovingly furnished with antique decor and a traditional aesthetic, this cottage is a wonderful reminder of the simple things in life. Discover a cosy lounge on the ground floor, well stocked with plush sofas, a TV for lazy evenings and a bookcase full of books, maps and guidebooks that you’re welcome to peruse. The chef of the family will feel right at home in the traditional family kitchen, with a dining table in the open-plan living space offering a spot for everyone to sit down together. Upstairs, you will find two bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom boasts a double bed and storage space, whilst the second bedroom is a cosy space with a single bed. In warmer months, you can enjoy a morning coffee in the enclosed yard outside, which also has handy bike storage.
Step outside and find the market town of Crickhowell at your doorstep, wandering down to discover local shops and family-owned pubs close by. The many wonderful outdoor offerings of the surrounding Brecon Beacons are easily accessible, including bike rides along the Monmouth Canal (2 miles) and walks up Table Mountain (3 miles) for unforgettable countryside views. Those hoping to engage in some wilder activities will appreciate the activity centre 9 miles away, with indoor climbing and horse riding just a taste of the many adventurous offerings.