Weeks from £1047
- Short Breaks from £785
- Bedrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 9
- 2 Bathroom(s)
- 4 Toilet(s)
- Close to Pub
10% OFF ALL BOOKINGS MADE AND TAKEN 9TH MAY - 21ST DEC 2017
A superbly restored, luxurious and elegant Grade II listed Georgian town house. Part of this large family house used to be the old Hancock's brewery. Just a walk across the road to the River Usk waterside meadows.
Great attention has been paid to the smallest detail to emphasise the finer points of this lovely and comfortable family house. The property has ample space and is much larger inside than one would expect. Two families can easily stay there together with plenty of personal space and hideways for the children.
For Crickhowell, it is a great advantage having parking for three cars and a small enclosed garden; this lovely four storey house is within easy walking distance of the centre of the picturesque small market town of Crickhowell. Perfect for enjoying the local shops, cafes, restaurants or eating out at the excellent local country pubs. Just a minutes' walk to the River Usk and local pub The Bridge End.
Sleeps 8/9 - 2 Super King-Size Rooms, 2 King-Size Rooms
With its heavy oak beams, the beautiful kitchen is in the basement of the house, which has very cleverly been opened up to ensure there is plenty of light with a glass screen and a flight of steps down. There is a pretty small featured alcove used for storage over 200 years ago.
At the back of the kitchen there is another little snug with an air hockey table for children - this is always very popular with guests.
The kitchen has the original flagstone floors but with underfloor heating - ensuring this is always a warm, welcoming and sociable room to gather around the long table at meal times. The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to be able to cook a special meal for a group of friends or family; an electric double oven range cooker with a gas hob, a large "American style" fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, Nespresso coffee machine, etc.
A utility room outside with washing machine and tumble dryer.
A separate outside toilet and small bike shed.
On the ground floor are two sitting rooms both with beautiful, original, wide dark oak floor- boards giving the house a feeling of warmth and the fine old period of the property.
The first sitting room has a wood burning stove, sofas and chairs and a window looking out down the garden to the hills beyond. TV with Freesat & a DVD.
The second sitting room again with comfortable sofas and chairs, a lovely persian rug and a fine "featured" Georgian Fireplace, TV with Freesat.
Downstairs cloakroom with a toilet and hand basin.
Up a flight of oak stairs to two very spacious and luxurious bedrooms and a bathroom:
Bedroom 1: A King-Size bed
Bedroom 2: A King-Size bed
Family Bathroom with a roll top bath, a hand held shower over the bath, hand basin and toilet.
Up a further flight of stairs to another two really superb bedrooms with the most gorgeous VIEWS over the roof tops of Crickhowell towards the Black Mountains and down The Usk Valley.
Bedroom 3: A bedroom with a Super King-Size bed and views up the Usk Valley and beyond. The views here are truly lovely to wake-up to.
Bedroom 4: A bedroom with a Super King-Size bed. There is also a single bed and on the floor a lovely Persian rug.
Bathroom - a lovely bright and airy shower room with a large shower, hand basin and toilet.
Small garden with garden terrace, lawn equipped with patio furniture and a BBQ
* All linen and towels inclusive
* Bose IPOD speaker
* All gas central heating inclusive
* Wood Burning stove with logs provided
* Freesat TV with DVD
* Air hockey table
* Cot and high chair available
* Small garden with garden terrace, lawn, patio furniture and a BBQ
* Sorry not suitable for pets
* Parking available
* Bond of £250.00 payable two weeks before arrival and returned after departure
* Selection of toys, DVDs and books for young children
Abergavenny 6 miles with train station. Ebbw Vale 10 Miles with train station. Brecon 14 miles
The property is ideally located for fishing, canoeing, climbing, golf, hang gliding, horse riding and mountain biking.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn, Ceri, Andria, Lucy, Sophie,Joanna and Jessica
- Bike Storage
- Enclosed Garden
- Games Room
- High Chair
- No Pets
- Pub Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Shower over bath
- Town House
- Tumble Dryer
- Walks from the door
- Washing Machine
- Woodburner/ open fire
- Large Freezer
Crickhowell is a pretty and bustling little town and a great place to book a holiday cottage. It's easy to get to, it has the Black Mountains to the East and the Brecon Beacons to the West, there are lots of great shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy and it's steeped in history with its castle and the neighbouring Tretower Court and Castle. And we've got a selection of over 60 lovely cottages in Crickhowell and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Crickhowell is a great base for outdoor enthusiasts, with fantastic cycling and walking in the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons.
2017 - 2018 Prices (weeks/3 days)
DatePer week3 Days
- 21 Jul - 31 Aug 2017:£1308£981
- 1 Sep - 19 Oct 2017:£1112£834
- 20 Oct - 26 Oct 2017:£1308£981
- 27 Oct - 21 Dec 2017:£1047£785
- New Year:£1439--------
- 1 Jan - 11 Jan 2018:£1475£1106
- 12 Jan - 8 Feb 2018:£1073£805
- 9 Feb - 15 Feb 2018:£1140£855
- 16 Feb - 29 Mar 2018:£1073£805
- 30 Mar - 12 Apr 2018:£1341£1006
- 13 Apr - 24 May 2018:£1140£855
- 25 May - 31 May 2018:£1475£1106
- 1 Jun - 19 Jul 2018:£1140£855