Weeks from £331
- Short Breaks from £248
- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- 1 Bathroom(s)
- 2 Toilet(s)
- Close to Pub
A charming and well-kept Welsh stone cottage in a courtyard setting, built in the early 1980's on the site of an apple orchard. With lovely views of the surrounding mountains and set in the small village of Cwmdu, it is a perfect setting for a relaxing holiday. Walk down the lane a couple of minutes to the excellent village pub - The Farmers Arms (recently re-opened as a very friendly and highly recommended community pub and restaurant 2018 ), or stroll down the lane and enjoy a wonderful breakfast/lunch or tea in the excellent village cafe. Mountain bikes can also be hired in the village or enjoy the walks from the door up into the hills. Be sure Behind the cottage the hills rise up to the Black Mountains and there is miles of wonderful hill walking right from the door.
Sleeps 4, 2 bedrooms.
The kitchen has a four ring electric cooker, microwave, coffee maker, fridge, washing machine, kitchen table and chairs.
The sitting room has sofa and chairs, a woodburning stove, electric storage heaters and French windows out to the garden. TV, DVD, CD and radio.
Downstairs Cloakroom with wash hand basin and toilet.
Bedroom 1: a pretty double bedroom with lovely views across the Usk Valley
Bedroom 2: a second double bedroom, both with lovely views in both directions across to the mountains.
Bathroom: with a good shower, handbasin and toilet.
Behind this pretty village cottage is a small enclosed garden - perfect to enjoy the view and relax.
This very well kept stone cottage is in the village of Cwmdu, 5 miles from Crickhowell, 7 miles from Talgarth. 12 miles from Brecon and 15 miles from Hay-on-Wye.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Lucy or Ceri
- Bike Storage
- Enclosed Garden
- No Children
- No Mobile Reception
- No Pets
- Pub Nearby
- Walks from the door
- Washing Machine
- Woodburner/ open fire
Crickhowell is the 2018 winner of the best British High Street, and rightly so. It's a wonderful town to visit, with a strong community spirit, almost entirely independent (and excellent) shops, really good pubs and restaurants and award winning cafes. The bustling high street runs down to the idyllic river, with and the majestic Llangattock Escarpment on the other bank. It's easy to get to, it has the Black Mountains to the East and the Brecon Beacons to the West, and it's steeped in history with its castle and the neighbouring Tretower Court and Castle.
2019 - 2020 Prices (weeks/3 days)
DatePer week3 Days
- 16 Feb - 22 Feb 2019:£351£263
- 23 Feb - 29 Mar 2019:£331£248
- 30 Mar - 5 Apr 2019:£351£263
- 6 Apr - 26 Apr 2019:£414£311
- 27 Apr - 24 May 2019:£351£263
- 25 May - 31 May 2019:£455£341
- 1 Jun - 19 Jul 2019:£351£263
- 20 Jul - 30 Aug 2019:£414£311
- 31 Aug - 18 Oct 2019:£351£263
- 19 Oct - 25 Oct 2019:£414£311
- 26 Oct - 20 Dec 2019:£331£248