A luxurious holiday cottage to sleep four guests with two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. In the heart of the pretty village of Llangynidr within walking distance of the two pubs, The River Usk and the Brecon and Monmouth Canal.
Sleeps 4: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms:
The cottage has a light and modern kitchen with a double sink, an electric double oven with a ceramic hob, a slow cooker, microwave and a fridge freezer. A dining table and chairs.
Utility area with a washing machine and a tumble dryer.
Bedroom 1: Ground floor with a circular bed and en-suite with a bath with a handheld shower over the bath.
Up a few steps to a spacious and very comfortable sitting room with two large comfortable sofas and chairs, a large stone chimney with an attractive gas-fired wood burning stove set in the inglenook fireplace. Large wall mounted TV with full SKY package (excluding Sky Store). Full height French door open out to two raised enclosed courtyard seating areas with table and chairs.
Throughout most of the cottage there are lovely views out over the owners well cared for mature gardens.
Up another few wooden steps to a mezzanine floor useful as a reading/study area/ children's play area, somewhere to be able to work at a desk in front of a window. There is also room here for a single Z bed if required.
A separate toilet and hand basin
Bedroom 2: A bedroom with a double bed and an en-suite bathroom with a hand-held shower over the bath.
This is a very comfortable and well cared for cottage set in the private courtyard of the owners' spacious country home with ample parking outside and a terrace with decking behind the property. The owner is a very keen baker and has set up a small private bakery across the courtyard - On request, the owner can offer a small menu of freshly cooked savoury and sweet items should you want to eat in after a long day.
This attractive barn meets green tourism standards with new double-glazed windows, non-lead paint has been used, separate thermostats on all radiators ensuring visitors can keep the temperature at a comfortable for themselves. There are also solar panels on the roof.
The owners offer visitors on request the choice of two BBQ's either a 6 burner calor gas BBQ or a Weber charcoal BBQ
*All linen and towels
*All electricity and oil central heating
*Ample parking for two cars
*Cot on request
*Spare Z Beds available (additional fee will be charged)
*Not suitable for pets
*TV with SKY full package (excluding SKy Store)
*Terrace with garden furniture, umbrella and a BBQ on request
* Bakery Old Barn offers local produced food - lunch, dinner, cakes and puddings please ask owner for menu details.
The village of Llangynidr is in two halves - Upper and Lower Llangynidr where there is very easy access over the dramatic Llangynidr Mountain to The Heads of The Valley Road and The Welsh Valleys. Llangynidr is right in the heart of the Black Mountains and The Brecon Beacons National Park.
The village is divided in two by the very interesting Brecon and Monmouth canal with the tow path - always interesting with the canal boats passing up and down through the locks and usually people gathered around wating the boats passing through the locks. The tow path is always popular for an evening wander. There are two good pubs in the village, The nearest is The Red Lion a very pleasant and friendly local pub serving great home cooked food. There is also The Coach and Horse set beside the canal that again offers good food and company. Llangynidr village has The Walnut Stores, a shop/post office and an excellent cafe - that changes on a Friday night into a Cocktail Bar - visitors are spoilt for choice
The River Usk at the bottom of the village has excellent fishing and during the summer some great wild swimming places.
Brecon -9 miles, Abergavenny - 9 miles, Crickhowell - 4 miles, Ebbw Vale, Heads of The Valley Road - 4 miles, Brynmawr 7 miles
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth or Ann
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