Enjoy the best of both worlds at this stylish holiday home, with the amenities of Crickhowell and walking, cycling, climbing, and mountain biking within the Welsh countryside all on your doorstep
For an unforgettable stay in the Brecon Beacons National Park, look no further than this fantastic, converted chapel in the heart of Crickhowell. Boasting space for up to 11 guests to stay, and with a selection of communal spaces for evening entertainment, this stunning holiday accommodation provides the perfect base for a large family or group of friends. Two spacious family bedrooms offer versatile sleeping spots for guests with young children, whilst the games room and generous garden ensures space for young ones to run off some steam.
Filled with antique wooden beams and traditional lancet windows, this charming cottage exudes history and intrigue. Step inside to discover a generous open-plan living area on the ground floor, an ideal spot for spending cosy evenings in together. Your family chef will relish cooking in the hand-built oak kitchen, where a double oven and larder-style fridge make it easy to cook for a crowd. Settle into plush sofas and cosy armchairs in the evening, enjoying a film or games night while the wood burner crackles away. Those who prefer to unwind elsewhere can take up darts or table tennis in the games room, whilst a pretty garden with a BBQ and outdoor furniture is also an option for unwinding in the summer. When it’s time for bed, there are five rooms with an assortment of sleeping options to suit all groups, plus there are three handy bathrooms.
Located in the heart of this pretty market town, find all your much-needed amenities a stone’s throw from your very doorstep. Discover the many outdoor offerings that the Brecon Beacons provides, including fishing from the nearby River Usk, caving and pony trekking nearby, or even a journey up one of the Brecon’s most impressive mountains, The Sugar Loaf (6.5 miles), The Blorenge (8.5 miles) or Table Mountain (3 miles).