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1 OF 3 COTTAGES SET IN STUNNING COUNTRYSIDE WITH LOVELY VALLEY VIEWS Situated within the owners 400 acre beef and sheep farm the cottage has glorious views down the valley to Crickhowell on the edge of The Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park and offers a fine standard of holiday accommodation. The owners also breed Section A Welsh Mountain Ponies. The area is famed for its relaxed pace and wonderful walks in every direction which culminates with the Crickhowell Walking Festival in March. Excellent for cycling mountain biking horse riding sailing fishing caving and more all available locally. Attractions include the National Park Craig-y-Nos Country Park The Brecon Mountain Railway South Wales Borderers Museum and The National Showcaves of Wales. Other events are The Hay Festival of Literature and The Brecon Jazz Festival. Visit one of many historic houses gardens and castle with Tretower Court and Castle less than 3 miles away. Relax on site and enjoy the views or take the 15 minute stroll to the family pub which offers a fine range of food. Stabling available. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen electric towels and central heating included. Free WiFi available (at an extra fee payable to the owner). Dogs welcome. Payphone. Location: shop 3 miles pub a 15 minute walk. The property retains much original charm and character from its days as a farm barn with oak beams exposed stone and wooden flooring and offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double and 1 with 3 singles. Bathroom: situated upstairs bath with shower over and WC. Shower room: with WC situated downstairs. Lounge/diner: very spacious with TV DVD and CD player. Kitchen: with cooker fridge freezer washing machine and dishwasher. Outside: garden area with seating.
- Response time:
- within one hour
- Calendar last updated:
- May 22, 2018
Check-in: 4:30 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Clean and well equipped barn conversion. Renovated to a high standard. Stunning and dramatic views.
This property is located in the middle of a working hill sheep farm. Panoramic views of fields, and mountains; and absolutely no street lights, so brilliant night sky.
The owners of the property own the fields surrounding the property (sheep and welsh ponies) and they are happy for you to walk around them. The steep fields to the rear gives access to the beacon behind the property. Views are absolutely stunning, so very much worth the effort to hike up.
If you are reasonably fit, then the nearest pub The Farmers' Arms is a mile walk; avoiding the main road the back road is steep. Friendly landlord.
A must see attraction is 'The Big Pit' (National Coal Museum). FREE entry with donations requested: worth being reasonably generous if you can afford to be. Groups of 17 are taken on a tour down a shaft for a 50 minute tour. Be warned, you will be bending almost double to walk through some parts and obviously it is uneven and wet underfoot; so not for those with chronic chest complaints or certain mobility restrictions. That said there are other equally interesting areas to see that is suitable to all ages and mobility. The Pithead baths (massive shower complex) has been creatively converted into a museum, which again is excellent. The journey to get there takes in some amazing views as you ascend the mountain and then a family can easily spend a whole day in this one spot; take a picnic or eat reasonable priced in the miners' canteen. The gift shop stocks some unique items; which is a welcome change.
Visit to Brecon to walk along the canal; there are day canal boat trips, or hire your own etc, but you need to book as seemed very popular. The Bank serves some excellent food.
Abergavenny is a very well resource town; with a mix of high street and independent shops. The Flea Market is a good place to test your bargaining skills.
Crickhowell (5mls NW), Brecon Beacons
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Dogs are charged at £20 per dog per week.