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
Sleeps 4 to5.
Ideal for two couples or a family
Within walking distance of the picturesque village of Crickhowell in the heart of the Brecon Beacons.
Beautifully furnished throughout.
Cosy and welcoming.
Welcome pack on arrival.
high four star grading from Visit Wales …see more
This is a delightful romantic, fairly remote self-catering cottage close to owner's lovely & productive organic veg garden and artist's studio. Great walking from the door straight into the Brecon Beacons. Stunning views across the valley. Brecon 9 miles …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
table mountain view is tucked away in a peaceful spot in the centre of the village of llangattock. (march 2015 voted by the sunday times as one of the best places to live in the uk). This is a great location for exploring the whole of the brecon beacons and the black mountains and also within easy reach of the world heritage site. Added to that just cross the river usk to enjoy everything crickhowell has to offer. …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
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