This reverse-level cottage situated within a peaceful development is just a stone’s throw from the heart of Crickhowell. A great base for couples wanting to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Immerse yourselves in the natural beauty of the Welsh countryside with a relaxing break in this gorgeous property. A rural retreat for two, you’ll find it tucked away in the south-eastern corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park at the base of the Black Mountains in the ancient market town of Crickhowell. With an abundance of walking and cycling routes on your doorstep, outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities will love escaping their hectic pace of life and being at one with the natural environment.
Occupying a quiet, courtyard location a few hundred metres from the town centre, a neutral palette and warm wooden tones create a bright, airy and welcoming feel throughout. Offering a reverse-level layout, guests can enjoy rooftop views and catch glimpses of the nearby mountains from the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. A wooden ladder leads up from here to a single bed on a mezzanine floor. The pretty double bedroom is on the ground floor and leads out to a charming courtyard which is ideal for morning coffee or a light tea.
Located in the Usk Valley, Crickhowell is popular with visitors as it has many independent shops and eateries amongst its attractive buildings. Outdoor enthusiasts also like it, as it’s close to some of the Brecons’ most impressive peaks, such as Sugar Loaf Mountain (7.5 miles) and Pen y Fan (21 miles). Table Mountain can be seen from the town and there are many circular routes to the top so that you can enjoy the spectacular panoramas. The area is also popular with canoeists, climbers and horse riders. If you’d prefer a gentle wander around a pretty Welsh town, head to Abergavenny (6.5 miles), Brecon (14.5 miles) or book-lovers haven, Hay-on-Wye (20.5 miles).