Glorious views across the River Usk and the Black Mountains set the tone for a stay in this charming period property in Brecon Beacons National Park.
Perfectly set amongst breathtaking views of the water meadows and Table Mountain and Sugar Loaf beyond, this pretty 17th-century cottage makes a great base for a peaceful getaway to the Brecon Beacons. With walks of a varied difficulty close by, you can make the most of the great outdoors from your doorstep. Llangattock is a delightful, welcoming village with a lovely community feel, and you can find plenty of excellent cafes, pubs and restaurants here as well as in the adjacent historic town of Crickhowell.
Once part of the original village school, this beautifully appointed cottage has a fascinating history which peeks through in the partially exposed beams, but is blended with chic and modern decor. After hanging up your coats in the convenient porch, settle down in the sitting/dining room with its elegant furnishings and cosy wood burner-effect electric fire. Prepare delicious meals in the fully equipped kitchen which you can enjoy at the light dining area. On the first floor is a pretty double bedroom with scenic views, while the second twin bedroom has an additional single chair bed to accommodate a third person. Outside is a sunny cottage garden, with garden furniture for enjoying morning coffee.
Wander along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, which runs to the west of Llangattock, for a calming sunny afternoon or head to the River Usk in Crickhowell for a spot of fishing. To the north is Table Mountain, which can be accessed on the Beacons Way or the Cwm Cumbeth trail, with incredible views at its summit, while to the south you can find Llangattock Mountain and the Agen Allwedd caves for a different outdoor experience.