Town Centre Luxury for walking, climbing, cycling, horse-riding, gliding, caving, canoeing, fishing, caving, star gazing, it can all be done from Mortimer House. Hay on Wye Festival, Brecon Jazz, Green Man and Abergavenny Food Festival all in reach. Private parking. Linen, towels, toiletries, hairdryers, free Wi-Fi, welcome pack, iron, ironing board, high chair, cot etc. …see more
Town Centre convenience for walking, climbing, cycling, horse-riding, gliding, caving, canoeing, fishing, caving, star gazing, it can all be done from Mortimer House. Hay on Wye Festival, Brecon Jazz, Green Man and Abergavenny Food Festival all in reach. Linen, towels, toiletries, hairdryers, FREE Wi-Fi, welcome pack, iron, ironing board, high chair, cot etc. …see more
Luxury 2-bedroom self-catering barn near Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with stunning views of the River Usk valley, Crickhowell and the Black Mountains, including Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain. Well-equipped, modern, high-quality barn. 2 bedrooms. Open-plan downstairs - underfloor heating throughout. …see more
A delightfully converted Victorian wash house a stones throw from the river, in Bridge Street, providing comfortable accommodation for 2/3 people within the beauty of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Popular pursuits include walking, climbing and fishing. Pubs and restaurants include the famous Bear Hotel, The Dragon Inn, Cafe 18 and a variety of local shops. …see more
Easy access from main routes and to many popular holiday attractions. Spacious and comfortable. Ideal for extended families and groups interested in walking, cycling,climbing and other country sports . Accommodates visitors with mobility problems and wheelchair users. Central village location with all modern conveniences including satellite tv and wifi. …see more
A pretty romantic hideaway, this fairly remote self-catering cottage is across the courtyard to owner's home with the pictureque & productive organic vegetable garden and artist's studio. Great walking or mountain bikking from the door straight into the Brecon Beacons. Stunning views across the valley. Brecon 9 miles. …see more
This beautiful secluded cottage and byre dates from approximately 1633 and has glorious views across the Usk valley and superb walks up through the wood behind the house onto the open hillside and Table Mountain. Ideal for families, with a large well-kept gardend leading directly down to the brook below, offering hours of play and adventure. Crickhowell with its many excellent shops, pubs and restaurants is only 2 miles down the lane. Set above the Nant-y-ffin Cider Mill gastro-pub is within walking distance and the historic Tretower Court and Castle are also nearby.
A contemporary and pretty cottage down a quiet lane close to the centre of Crickhowell and the church, so ideal for being able to just walk out in the evenings for a meal - where you will be spoilt for choice with some excellent pubs and restaurants in the close proximity. A great place to stay for a romantic weekend or just being able to explore The Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. …see more
An idyllic and sunny self-catering holiday cottage near Crickhowell, combining antique and modern, remote spot with magnificent views of the Sugar Loaf Mountain and the Black Mountains. Horses & Dogs welcome.Topiary in the garden and bird lovers paradise. …see more
A spacious cottage beside Llangattock's Norman church with views of Table Mountain . One Pub in the village and a pleasant 10 minute walk to Crickhowell. The canal towpath is 200m and a 9 hole golf course is 100m away …see more
Sleeps 14.The Old Vicarage - A very spacious character-filled family getaway - great for children large gardens Trampoline. Walk to The Dragons Head Llangenny. Close Sugar Loaf Mountain, Black Mountain, Crickhowell 3 miles. Abergavenny 6 miles. …see more
An enchanting and romantic little self-catering holidaycottage to sleep two guests in Llangattock Village, an easy walk over the River Usk to Crickhowell. Wonderful walking from the door up into the mountains or enjoy an easy walk along the pretty canal bank in the village. …see more
Sam's cottage is an 18th century little townhouse close to the centre of the bustling market town of Crickhowell; just a stone's throw away from the local pubs, restaurants and shops and a short distance from the lovely walks over Bullpit Meadows, the water meadows that run alongside the River Usk with views over the Llangattock Escarpment and Crug Hywel mountain. Abergavenny 6 miles with the nearest station. Brecon 14 miles. Ebbw Vale 10 miles.
Charming cottage on the Llangattock Escarpment.Stunning views over National Park and Black Mountains.Described as home from home, Mayberry is a 5 star WiFi'd cottage with games room containing full sized table tennis table and pool table,with furniture to dine al fresco …see more
Trelawney is a detached barn conversion with a private terrace and views towards the impressive crags of Llangattock Mountain. There is an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen with a log burning stove and large patio doors leading to the private terrace. Great walks. A tranquil spot in the Brecon Beacons above Crickhowell with its lovely collection of pubs, cafes and shops …see more
Porthmawr is a fine example of a well preserved Regency Mansion set amongst 3 acres of mature gardens and lawns. It is located at the heart of this quintessential Welsh market town, within the Brecon Beacons National Park, but protected from public gaze. …see more