Oriel Garn Cottage
About Oriel Garn Cottage
The cottage has recently been refurbished with excellent quality furniture, decorated with lovely colour schemes and wooden floors throughout. This bright, modern cottage is an ideal base for exploring Abergavenny and the eastern Brecon Beacons National Park. The Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal with gaily painted canal boats and miles of level towpath is a short walk away. The World Heritage site of Big Pit at Blaenavon is just over the hill with a wonderful museum and visitor experience.
Warm and welcoming the open-plan living room and kitchen has plenty of space for visitors to relax and enjoy the magnificent views. This rural cottage will amaze visitors as a place of peace and tranquility with stunning views from every window and excellent road links.
Furnished to a very high standard, the open plan kitchen/ living/dining room is very spacious, light and airy with picture windows and views to the hills beyond. There are two comfy sofas, one is a sofa-bed and a dining table and chairs for four, a featured electric flame effect stove and Freeview TV with DVD player.
The kitchen is extremely well equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave, plenty of work and storage space. A separate utility room has another sink, a washing machine, dishwasher and freezer and space for outdoor gear etc.
Bedroom 1: double room has windows with wonderful views on both sides, a comfortable new double bed, quality coordinated bedlinen.
Bedroom 2: Twin bedroom.
Downstairs bathroom - P shaped bath and shower over.
Upstairs bathroom - shower cubicle with electric shower, toilet and handbasin.
Wonderful walks straight from the cottage.
There are many good pubs and restaurants in the vicinity, and there are some wonderful walks straight from the cottage including some well marked circular walks with routes ranging from the 2km -18 km. The Goytre canal wharf, just a half mile away is a fascinating place to visit, and has a cafe and visitor centre.
Abergavenny 5 miles, 20 miles to the M4 and access to the Severn Bridge.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Ann or Carolyn
The cottage was very nice indeed thank you. It was nicely furnished, clean, well organised and welcoming. The owners were very pleasant and helpful. The location was great - both towns and countryside nearby and on a quiet lane with nice views. We were happy with everything, including the booking system.
You asked us to let you know our comments after staying for a glorious week at Oriel Garn Cottage in Mamhilad. It was splendid and has to be a serious contender for the best small cottage in Wales. Beautifully presented, immaculately clean and decorated and everything you could want from superb views to comfort and convenience. Mr and Mrs Jones have put a considerable effort into this cottage and it is a credit to them and yourselves for marketing such a delightful getaway. Well done to all of you. We will look at it again for the 2014 Abergavenny Food Festival. Don't change anything – it's all there.
The cottage and owners were both fantastic, thank you!
Spectacular mountain scenery, a bustling market town and foods galore – Abergavenny has all the ingredients for a great holiday. We've got forty wonderful holiday cottages in Abergavenny and in the beautiful surrounding villages and countryside.
Prices and Availability
2015 Prices (weeks)
- 1 Jan to 12 Feb: £336
- 13 Feb to 19 Feb: £357
- 20 Feb to 26 Mar: £336
- 27 Mar to 9 Apr: £420
- 10 Apr to 21 May: £357
- 22 May to 28 May: £462
- 29 May to 16 Jul: £357
- 17 Jul to 27 Aug: £420
- 28 Aug to 22 Oct: £357
- 23 Oct to 29 Oct: £420
- 30 Oct to 17 Dec: £336
- 18 Dec to 24 Dec: £336
- Christmas: £462
- New Year: £462