Acorns Crickhowell

Crickhowell Town

Bedrooms: 1 Sleeps: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Toilets: 1
Parking

Parking

WIFI

WIFI

Pub

Pub

Walks from the Door

Walks from the Door

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Garden

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Acorns is one of the very pretty terraced cottages in a small private close of Eco cottages, with distressed old oak doors and windows, pretty gardens and within a few minutes walk of the vibrant and attractive Georgian town of Crickhowell.  Visitors are always amazed by how much there is to see and do here. You could spend weeks exploring all the local walks, trying all the gastro-pubs and excellent restaurants in the area or wandering the art galleries - all without the car. Acorns is a lovely cottage combining modern design with traditional building materials. You'll adore the interior designed to make the most of the views and the attractive courtyard garden. The location, in a quiet spot just 200m from the town centre is ideal for foodies, walkers, art-lovers and shoppers! 

 

Accommodation 

Sleeps 2/3  

 

Step inside this pretty mid-terrace cottage and you are immediately aware that all is not what it appears. The layout compliments the aspect and views from the property perfectly.  

 

The ground floor has a washing machine tucked in under the stairs, a bathroom with bath and shower over, handbasin and toilet.  

 

The double bedroom also on the ground floor has very attractive French doors leading out onto the patio garden.  

 

The stairs lead up to a sitting/dining room with sofa, armchair, TV, DVD and the dining area houses a dining table and chairs.  

There is a west-facing window with balcony from which to enjoy views to the peaks of the nearby hills.

The adjoining kitchen has a built-in electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge with icebox.  

  A stepladder leads up from the living room to a small mezzanine floor with single divan.

 

Useful information 

*Bedlinen and towels provided  

*Electricity and gas central heating 

*WIFI  

*Not a suitable property for children - babies to be discussed 

*Designated private parking 100m away 

*Enclosed patio garden with furniture 

*Bike storage available at owners house  

*Not suitable for pets - by owners choice  

*Good mobile phone reception 

*Attractive bolthole in a wonderful location 

 

With its pretty exterior, Acorns provides a wonderfully romantic base from which to discover the Brecon Beacons. Wake up and throw open the French doors of your bedroom to the little courtyard garden beyond. Why not have your breakfast outside and read the paper in the courtyard before a trip out. With Crickhowell centre a stone's throw away you'll enjoy a wonderful selection of eateries and bars, all the shops you'll need The Pantry is just around the corner and serves great coffee and amazing cakes. There are numerous walking and outdoor activity opportunities. The area is a Mecca for artists, walkers and birdwatchers, and the thriving town is both lively and friendly. It would be very easy to arrive at Acorns and not get back in the car again during your stay such is the number of things to do within easy walking distance. 

Fantastic walks from your door 

Stroll approximately 400m to find Cric - The Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre. There is a really lovely Art Gallery, a coffee shop and WIFI/internet access is available there, the helpful staff on the information desk are a mine of information. Tell them how energetic you're feeling and how much time you have and they'll help you choose from an enormous number of varied walks from Crickhowell. For a challenging but relatively short walk, Table Mountain at nearly 1500ft provides a spectacular backdrop to the North of the town. At the top you will be rewarded with the remains of a 2500-year-old hill-fort (crug) of Hywel from which Crickhowell takes its name.

Abergavenny 6 miles, Brecon 15 miles. 

 

If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Ann, Carolyn or Ceri 

 

Crickhowell is the proud winner of the best British High Street, 2018. It's steeped in history, has 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 it's historic bridge over to the neighbouring village of Llangattock. Crickhowell is a great base for outdoor enthusiasts, with fantastic cycling and walking in the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. To top it all, there's an annual music festival, The Green Man, just outside the town. Read more about Crickhowell