Enchanting stone cottage in village location within Brecon Beacons National Park. Short distance to lovely market towns, mountains and World Heritage sites. Lots to explore and activities to suit all.
Conveniently located with the historic market town of Abergavenny just a short drive away. For the more energetic you can walk or cycle the old disused railway line, now tarmacked, traffic free, from Clydach to the edge of Abergavenny which is famed for its annual food festival and its independent shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes and a weekly market. The location is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and walkers of all abilities, take a stroll along the canal, explore Sugar Loaf Mountain or take up the challenge of the Abergavenny 3 peaks walking trial. Visit castles, a Welsh vineyard, galleries or enjoy a trip on a narrow boat. Explore the Blaenavon Ironworks and The Big Pit - a World Heritage site, maybe star gazing within the Brecon Beacons official International Dark Sky Reserve appeals to you. An abundance of other activities to try, including pony trekking, golf, climbing, fishing on Monmouthshire and Brecon canal or at Llandegfedd or Talybont reservoirs, canoeing, kayaking on the Usk and Wye rivers. A visit the Sgwd yr Eira waterfall, where you can walk behind the fall is a must. The property is also only a 25 mile drive to the annual Hay Festival and 33 miles to the Royal Welsh Show. Its also a great location for attending the Green Man, a music and arts festival near Crickhowell.
Stay in this delightful end of terrace stone cottage, with exposed beams, entering through a small porch into the lounge/diner with comfortable sofas, Sky TV (basic package), DVD and Chromecast, and, there is a quaint arched window with window seat to sit and enjoy a good book. Head down a couple of steps to the galley style kitchen which looks out over the garden, with electric oven and hob, fridge and microwave. Across a small hallway is the shower room with a shower over the bath (please note, the bath does not have taps) and WC. The bedroom is accessed from a curving traditional stone staircase from the lounge where you will find a large double bedroom, with dressing table. Beams and exposed stone walls add a wealth of charm and character to the room. This is a real home from home any time of the year, for couples looking for a romantic break.
To the outside there is a lovely enclosed rear garden with furniture and plenty of privacy and the sound of the mountain stream, with its cascading water, adds to the relaxing feel of this property. There is the benefit of off-road parking for one car alongside the cottage.
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.