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Mayberry Cottage


Bedrooms: 4 Sleeps: 8 Bath/Shower Rooms: 2 Toilets: 3
5 Star Rating
Pets: 2 (£20/pet)

Pets: 2 (£20/pet)







Woodburner / Open Fire

Woodburner / Open Fire

Walks from the Door

Walks from the Door





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A stylish and recently renovated holiday cottage that looks down of the delightful small town of Crickhowell (voted Best High Street in Great Britain 2018).

Mayberry is set in the most stunning location on the winding lane that leads up to Llangattock Mountain. Standing in two and a half acres of garden and wild flower meadow, the actual garden is well fenced to keep dogs in and sheep out - so well behaved pets are very welcome! There is a glorious new elegant timber framed conservatory room with a wodburning stove, sofa and chairs. This is the perfect place to sit and enjoy the amazing views.

The panoramic views alone make you want to stay a while - they are over The Usk Valley to Crickhowell down in the valley with Table Mountain and Sugar Loaf Mountain, just waiting to be explored.  Right behind the cottage is the impressive rock face of Llangattock Escarpment Craig-y-Cilau, which is an SSSI with resident rare Peregrine Falcons and other protected birds, flora and fauna. The cottage is remote yet only a few minutes' drive down to excellent places in Crickhowell to shop, eat and drink.

Accommodation sleeps 8 - 4 bedrooms


The well equipped kitchen has a wonderful welcoming large dining table - just the place to have a long lazy breakfast - and provides everything needed including an excellent Bosch Tassimo coffee machine with some pods provided, so no need to be desperate for a decent coffee; a large electric Rangemaster cooker, microwave, dishwasher, magic bullet and fridge are also included.

From the kitchen a door leads out to the new Conservatory with sofa and chairs a a wood burning stove. Somewhere to be able to sit whatever the weather. There is a new terrace here too - perfect for your morning coffee or to watch the sun setting.

There is a very spacious utility/boot room with a washing machine, tumble dryer, freezer and separate downstairs toilet and hand basin. The back door leads out to the garden - a good place to leave muddy dogs to dry off.

The sitting room is warm and cosy with sofas and chairs; the original open fireplace now has a very effective wood burning stove with a good supply of logs. This room has exposed stone walls and old oak beams and of course, fantastic views from inside as well as out. Throughout the cottage there is underfloor heating ensuring even in the midst of winter the cottage is always warm and toasty. Behind the fireplace is the original flight of incredibly steep curved stone stairs - now more of a feature as there is a conventional flight of stairs to access the bedrooms; the original ones have a door at the bottom for safety and a gate at the top.

For visitors who cannot do without their Sunday Sports whether tennis, racing, football or rugby there is SKY TV with the full Sports and Movie package, Wi-Fi and a portable Bluetooth boom bar. (TV out of picture at other end of the room).

Upstairs to four beautiful bedrooms with high quality bedlinen and towels:

Bedroom 1: A king sized bed with an en suite shower room. Patio doors lead out onto a rear terrace with gorgeous views up to the escarpment.

Bedroom 2: A wrought iron king sized bed, pretty linen, oak beams and antique pine floors.

Bedroom 3: A smaller room with twin beds.

Bedroom 4: This bedroom has a super-king size bed, oak 'A' frame beams, hairdryer and again stunning views through all the windows.

The family bathroom has a bath, a separate shower, toilet and hand basin. 

The garden has garden furniture and a very substantial summer house with a full size pool table, tabletennis table and table football. This really is a lovely place to escape to - especially for the children.

Useful Information:

*Arrival from 4pm onwards.
*Bedlinen and towels provided.
*Electricity, full oil central heating and logs for the wood burning stove included.
*Ample parking for 4 cars but please be advised the road up from Llangattock can be very difficult in severe weather conditions as it is very steep, a 4-wheel drive is advised in winter. There is a flatter access road from the 'Heads of the Valley' road.
*Cot, high chair and a fold-up spare bed available for guests use.
*2 dogs welcome but please respect the furniture and no pets upstairs.
*Garden furniture and 2 large disposable BBQ for guests use.
*Plenty of storage for mountain bikes.
* Please note external security cameras in use.

* This property takes a returnable security deposit of £250.00 against ""unfair wear & tear" - to be paid two weeks before the commencement of the holiday.

This cottage certainly feels remote but is actually only 1.5 miles from Llangattock and 2 miles from Crickhowell.  Abergavenny 8 miles (nearest station), Brecon 16 miles, Hay-on-Wye 21 miles.

Further up the hillside are entrances to the most  famous cave systems in South Wales Ogof-y-Daren Cilau and Ogof Agen Allwedd but access is only with permission and a key. This is also a very popular area for climbers in the old quarry again further up the hillside.

The Brecon and Monmouthshire Canal passes below through the village of Llangattock and has two marinas where narrow boats are for hire. The towpath is a really lovely, flat walk or cycle ride with superb views of the Brecon Beacons countryside and dog friendly pubs along the way.

There are two riding centres close by - Golden Castle and The Wern.

Being close to Crickhowell, visitors are spoilt for choice for places to eat - on the edge of the village of Llangattock is the newly renovated Vinetree, so popular now you need to make sure you book. Going up into Crickhowell there is plenty of choice are plenty of other places to eat and to shop with a wide variety of independent shops.

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


Walkers award Cycling award

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