Weeks from £459
- Short Breaks from £344
- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- 1 Bathroom(s)
- 3 Pet(s) welcome (£20/pet)
- 1 Toilet(s)
- Hidden Gem
- Close to Pub
A true picture book cottage in an enclosed cottage garden, set in the village of Llangynidr within easy walking distance of two local pubs, village shop, The River Usk and Brecon and Monmouth Canal. Easy access to the Welsh Valleys.
Sleeps 3+1 - 1 King-Size, 1 Small 4ft Double, 1 2ft 6 day bed
A delightful and newly fitted contemporary kitchen/diner, with an electric oven, an induction hob, a microwave, dishwasher and a fridge and freezer, with a farmhouse style table and 6 painted chairs. There is a washer/dryer in the back porch/utility.
The front door has an entrance porch with room for boots, leading onto the sitting area, which has lovely traditional quarry tiles with rugs throughout and two pretty sofa's set around a wood-burning stove. Flat screen TV with Freeview & a DVD.
The "snug" is a smallish room off the living room that would originally have been a prison cell, back when Llangynidr needed to detain wrong-doers overnight before taking them to Crickhowell police station the next morning. Today it houses a games console and a futon, which converts to a further double bed if needed.
The steep traditional cottage stairs lead up to a very spacious landing, where there is a lovely 2ft6 "day bed" - or this would be a good place for a cot.
Bedroom 1: A fine king sized bed
Bedroom 2: A small 4ft double bed (access from one side)
The spacious and contemporary bathroom: Has a free standing bath, a separate shower, hand basin and toilet.
The back door from the back porch leads out to a large productive vegetable garden - where visitors are welcome to help themselves. The garden is enclosed and so safe for children and pets; there is a pretty summer house with garden furniture and a BBQ. In the corner of the garden there is also an old "Massey Ferguson" tractor. You can also hideaway from the world in the small, more private courtyard tucked away at the back of the house behind the snug, with a bistro set of table and chairs. There is a well-kept lawn for visitors to enjoy and parking for two cars.
* All linen and towels inclusive
* All electricity, LPG central heating and wood for the wood burning stove inclusive
* Cot and high chair
* Off road parking for two cars
* 2 well behaved pets welcome but not to be allowed on the furniture or left alone in the property
* Telescope available
* First Basket of logs provided
* Garden furniture and BBQ
* TV with Freeview, DVD
* Futon in snug room can accommodate 2 extra people
A lockable shed/stone bothy for the storage of mountain bikes lies at the far end of the garden.
The cottage was probably built in the 1840's and the name means Middle Bridge. It is only a couple of minutes' walk to The Red Lion in Llangynidr and a bit further to The Coach & Horses and the village shop. There are plenty of walks from the door down to the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal and the series of picturesque locks or down to the River Usk where there are rocky pools for wild swimming.
From Llangynidr village there is easy access over the mountain road to Ebbw Vale, Brynmawr and The Welsh Valleys - ideal for visitors with family in the area. Visit The Big Pit, Bike Park Wales and easy to reach Cardiff and The Millennium Stadium etc.
Brecon 9 miles, Abergavenny 12 miles and Crickhowell 4 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn, Ceri or Lucy
- Bike Storage
- Enclosed Garden
- High Chair
- Pets Welcome
- Pub Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Shower over bath
- Tumble Dryer
- 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
- 1 Jan - 14 Feb 2019:£459£344
- 15 Feb - 21 Feb 2019:£488£366
- 22 Feb - 28 Mar 2019:£459£344
- 29 Mar - 4 Apr 2019:£488£366
- 5 Apr - 25 Apr 2019:£574£431
- 26 Apr - 23 May 2019:£488£366
- 24 May - 30 May 2019:£631£473
- 31 May - 18 Jul 2019:£488£366
- 19 Jul - 29 Aug 2019:£574£431
- 30 Aug - 17 Oct 2019:£488£366
- 18 Oct - 24 Oct 2019:£574£431
- 25 Oct - 19 Dec 2019:£459£344