Situated in an idyllic spot, surrounded by beautiful countryside
Stunning kitchen space
A dining area with a view
Enjoy meals together
Cosy lounge with open fire
Kitchen area
Alfresco dining with a wonderful backdrop
Super king-size bedroom with exposed beams
Family bathroom
Quaint double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Bunk room
Large stone dining table and chairs
Pretty outside seating area
Approach to the property
Located in the middle of the Black Mountains
Gorgeous views across the rolling countryside
1 / 17  Situated in an idyllic spot, surrounded by beautiful countryside
2 / 17  Stunning kitchen space
3 / 17  A dining area with a view
4 / 17  Enjoy meals together
5 / 17  Cosy lounge with open fire
6 / 17  Kitchen area
7 / 17  Alfresco dining with a wonderful backdrop
8 / 17  Super king-size bedroom with exposed beams
9 / 17  Family bathroom
10 / 17  Quaint double bedroom
11 / 17  Twin bedroom
12 / 17  Bunk room
12 / 17  Bunk room
13 / 17  Large stone dining table and chairs
14 / 17  Pretty outside seating area
15 / 17  Approach to the property
16 / 17  Located in the middle of the Black Mountains
17 / 17  Gorgeous views across the rolling countryside

Patrishow Farm,

Crickhowell (4.5mls NE), Brecon Beacons
people Sleeps 8
hotel Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Off the beaten track
High up on a Hill
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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When the Country Life Editor came to stay he kindly declared it to be "one of the best cottages you can rent in Wales" and who are we to disagree!

Set in 100 private acres, with unrivaled views across the Black Mountains, this meticulously restored farm house will turn your head and leave you captivated, it's genuinely a total treat to stay here.

Step onto the traditional Welsh flagstones, warm and toasty with underfloor heating, to find a great combination of authentic farmhouse, thick stone walls, ancient old oak beams and large open fireplace, coupled with subtle contemporary touches and style...comfy linen armchairs, flat screen tv, wi-fi and vintage welsh blankets...deeply comfortable and perfect for relaxing away the days.

Step out of the sitting room and the most spectacular room is still to come, a stunning oak and glass conservatory housing the open plan kitchen and dining room, the views from the breakfast table really do have to be seen to be believed. An exceptional vista of the Black Mountains and thoroughly enjoyed with a cup of tea first thing in the morning.

As well as traditional Welsh dresser and farmhouse table there are on trend zinc worktops, a butler sink with funky taps, solid oak units, old stone seats and gorgeous art work, making this kitchen one of our favourite rooms in the Sugar & Loaf collection...and that's some accolade! There is a walk in larder and good sized laundry area, with country boot room too.

As well as the main reception rooms you will find a separate snug with a double sofa bed, which can be made up to sleep an extra two persons for a small surcharge. There is also a downstairs wet room and loo as well as a large downstairs playroom/bedroom which is perfect for older guests who may not wish to tackle stairs or bunk beds!

Upstairs, there are four lovely bedrooms, a huge super king-size, a traditional double, a twin and a bunk bed room, all guaranteeing some great sleep and a fabulous family bathroom with huge wet room shower, a bath tub with views and a beautiful stone basin.

This really is one of the best cottages in Wales for some quality time with those you love, the walking is second to none, the area will enchant you and the views really do have to be seen to be believed.

ps: Roll Up Romantics - 20% off the standard advertised price outside of school holidays when the house is hired just for two person/one bedroom occupancy only, if you're unsure of the school holiday dates, please give us a call and we'll gladly let you know.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

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WALKING & CYCLING: If you own a bike, it is well worth packing it! Right out onto the hills by either pedal power or on foot, the access to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons is fabulous. The National Cycle Championships come to the County this year, so there are great road routes stretching across the Welsh Borders and Wye Valley.

RIDING: Pony trekking in the nearby Llanthony Valley and Llangattock Escarpment with stunning trails across the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons on offer. There is a good local Pony Club Centre near Abergavenny too, perfect for more formal riding lessons, or days out such as "own a pony days."

WINE & DINE: Located in the heartland of Wales Food Revolution, with top restaurants and pubs, The Walnut Tree Inn, The Hardwick, The Foxhunter and Felin Fach Griffin all within reach. More humble fayre can be found at the local dog friendly pub, The Crown at Pantygelli, which serves a wholesome Sunday lunch and a good selection of local brews.

TOWNS & MARKETS: Abergavenny is the nearest town, with independant cinema, large Waitrose for supplies and excellent food festival each September it's well worth combining a visit with high tea at The Angel Hotel. Crickhowell is a great little town to stock up on local supplies, with independent stores and decent butchers, there is also a mountaineering shop and tourist info. Hay on Wye is loved by all, 30+ book shops, the River Wye nearby for canoe rental and a world famous Hay Festival every May Half Term.

CASTLES & CULTURE: The Welsh Borders are almost littered with Norman Castles, Raglan, WhiteCastle, Grosmont and Skenfrith are three worth visiting, The Bell at Skenfrith also makes the journey very worth while! Hereford houses the Mappa Mundi and is the nearest large city, with beautiful cathedral and pretty Church Street.

SLEEPS 2 - 8 (+ 2): Four upstairs bedrooms: A super king-size master bedroom, a double, a twin and a childrens bunk bed room. There is a downstairs playroom which can be made up instead of the bunk beds if preferred. There is also a sofa bed available to sleep up to 2 additional people (there is a £35 surcharge per person to make up the sofa bed or the downstairs bedroom).

BATHING: Luxury wet room / family bathroom with great views, a huge shower and bath tub positioned in front of a fireplace.  Downstairs wet room, basin and loo. Towels included.

RELAXING: Sitting room, with open fireplace, first batch of logs included, television, dvd player, iPod dock, original art work and under floor heating. Wi-fi, please be aware that this can be patchy due to the remote location. There is a downstairs snug, with sofabed and a downstairs playroom with stunning views and toys / games available.

DINING: Large kitchen / dining area, with underfloor heating, huge oak windows looking out across the mountains, solid oak hand built kitchen, zinc work tops, walk in larder, electric double oven, hob and butler sink.

BOOTS & MUD: Boot room, perfect for hanging coats, keeping boots, washing off the mud. Laundry facilities with washing machine.

PETS: Up to 2 well behaved pets are accepted on the understanding that they please stay in the kitchen/boot room area...underfloor heated and a good size, they'll love it!

VEHICLE ACCESS: The lower track leading to the property is narrow in places. Due to the remote location of the property and with it being on farmland, it is advisable to use a 4x4 in winter months. Please note that the property is not suitable for home delivieries

OFFER: 20% discount for couples booking out of school holidays and only using one bedroom.


Situated in an idyllic spot, surrounded by beautiful countryside
Stunning kitchen space
A dining area with a view
Enjoy meals together
Cosy lounge with open fire
Kitchen area
Alfresco dining with a wonderful backdrop
Super king-size bedroom with exposed beams
Family bathroom
Quaint double bedroom
Twin bedroom
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T G, 23rd November 2018

This is an outstanding house in an outstanding location. It comfortably accommodates eight. It is at 1200 feet so take warm clothes for winter walks.

Rosalyn, 17th September 2018

Cottage was immacculate with stunning views from dining area. Brilliant access to walks on surrounding mountains. Bedrooms were cosy and bathrooms were of the highest standard. Kitchen was extremely well equipped and utility area was very handy for boots etc. We had a wonderful time there with our family walking the hills we did in our youth when wRead moree lived in Abergavenny. Our 9 month old grandson loved the sheep! Hide

Lesley, 3rd September 2018

Fab location and views for a completely away from it all restful break. Very quiet indeed, with occasional sounds of sheep, owls and birds. Great cottage for a family get together.

Catherine, 24th August 2018

What an amazing house in the most beautiful location. If you love being outdoors, peace and quiet and long walks then you will love it here. So many things to do in the area for everyone in the family. The village of Crickhowell is picture perfect and has some lovely pubs and local shops. Highly recommended.

Patrick, 18th June 2018

This house is all about the view and tranquility. What a kitchen. The longer we stayed , the more we loved it. As keen walkers and runners, we didn't need the car for a week.

Justin, 25th May 2018

VERY impressed by the quality of the equipment ... particularly in the bedrooms and kitchen. We noted how it was all top spec. Also liked the magazines that were made available.

Kathryn, 11th May 2018

Our second visit to Patrishow and it was just as wonderful as we remembered from the first time. Many fond memories of sitting around the dining table surrounded by the beautiful views. Would highly recommend.

Hannah, 4th May 2018

We had a fabulous stay at Patrishow Farm. The directions provided are vital as it is very remote and Id almost say a 4x4 is necessary but thankfully it was dry so we all just about made it up the track to the house! The house itself has been renovated to a very high standard with beautiful bathrooms and comfortable bedrooms. The start of the show iRead mores the kitchen with amazing views across the hills. We would definitely recommend the house. Hide

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