This former toll house, full of character, is situated on the banks of the River Usk and is the perfect choice for a couple or friends looking for an active holiday, with up to two dogs welcome. Crickhowell's main street is less than a mile away and this busy village offers a range of eateries and a baker and butcher, where you can buy delicious local produce. Walkers can leave the car as there are routes that take you into the national park and up some of the local peaks, including the dramatic Table Mountain.
Step into this magnificent reverse-level property and enjoy an inviting space that will make you feel instantly at ease. Relaxing hues, spacious rooms and thoughtful details make this a real home from home. On the ground floor, you'll find two lovely bedrooms - a super king-size with river views and a twin with countryside views - as well as a contemporary bathroom. Up the stairs is a spacious open-plan living area where you'll notice the character of the original features, including exposed beams and toll-house windows overlooking the river. A cosy corner sofa faces a Smart TV, where you can snuggle up after a day of outdoor activities, and a traditional wood burner ensures that you stay warm on chilly evenings. The open-plan kitchen makes meal preparation a breeze, and a seat at the large wooden table completes the offerings of this stylish property.
Visit the World Heritage Site of Blaenavon, home to the Big Pit National Coal Museum (10.5 miles). If you prefer a walk in the countryside, head to Pen-Y-Fan Country Park (17.5 miles), Sugar Loaf (9 miles) or Brecon Beacons National Park (20 miles). Alternatively, relax with a boat trip on the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal (3.5 miles). For foodies, there are many restaurants nearby offering menus featuring seasonal local produce, or you can time your visit to coincide with the Abergavenny Food Festival (6.5 miles).