Westcombe House

Crickhowell Town

Bedrooms: 5 Sleeps: 11 Bathrooms: 3 Toilets: 3
Parking

Parking

WIFI

WIFI

Pub

Pub

Woodburner / Open Fire

Woodburner / Open Fire

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Westcombe House has been converted to a superb contemporary dwelling from the 18th century Wesleyan Chapel in a quiet road in the small market town of Crickhowell. It has been most sympathetically converted with large windows to make the most of the views, very comfortable bedrooms, excellent bathrooms and many of the original old beams and stone work being retained. This is a wonderful house for a group of friends who are perhaps attending a wedding in the area or who would like a really comfortable and very conveniently located house with no need for the cars to be used. If you are a gastronome or simply enjoy good food there are many excellent award winning country pubs and restaurants within close proximity of the house. Crickhowell has some excellent and interesting local shops, excellent deli/butcher, cafes etc. Behind the Chapel is the Castle with castle grounds, a cricket pitch and park.

Accommodation

Sleeps 11 - 2 King-Size Rooms, 2 Family Rooms, 1 Single Room

First Floor:

The very large, light and open plan living area is at the top of the Chapel on the third floor, making excellent use of the existing windows and the gallery hall way below. There is a very well hand built oak kitchen with Smeg double oven and gas hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, freezer and ample work and storage space; a long dining table enabling at least ten people to be able to enjoy a meal together.

The sitting area is furnished with good quality brown leather sofas and chairs, there is a woodburning stove, LCD TV with DVD, video and music system. There are views from all the windows over Crickhowell Castle to the Llangattock Escarpment in one direction and from the other side over the Georgian roof tops of Crickhowell to the nearby Sugar Loaf Mountain.

On the ground floor:

A large utility room:  With a washing machine, tumble dryer, large free standing extra larder fridge, ample room to store boots and wet weather gear. A door leads out to a completely enclosed, quaint and private courtyard with wooden garden table and chairs, gas BBQ and a featured open fireplace with chimney in the old stone wall - the courtyard is partly enclosed by the ancient Old Town Wall with the Castle just behind.

There is a large Games Room with a table tennis table and a dart board; large enough for safe indoor storage for bikes.

Bedroom 1: Has a family room with a King-size bed and a single bed with patio doors out to the court yard.

There is a ground floor shower room: With a shower, handbasin and toilet.

Up a flight of stairs to:

Bedroom 2: With a double bed - looking down the street through the featured Arched Windows at the "Winner of Wales in Bloom 2006"

Bedroom 3: Has a double bed with an en suite shower room, handbasin and toilet

Bedroom 4: Has a family room with a double bed and a single bed

Bedroom 5: Has a single bed

The Family Bathroom: Is one of the best bathrooms in a holiday cottage with a large Jacuzzi bath, very large shower cubicle, handbasin and toilet.

Useful Information

  • Bedlinen and towels provided
  • Electricity, wood and gas central heating
  • Non smoking
  • Gas BBQ and garden furniture
  • Catering can be arranged on discussion with the owners
  • Parking for three cars outside the house; further street parking
  • Mobile reception good
  • Wi-fi available
  • Safe storage for mountain bikes etc
  • It is only a few minutes walk down the hill to the River Usk and the water meadows alongside the river

  • Brecon 14.4.

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

  • 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