Quality 2-bedroom self-catering barn near Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with stunning views of the River Usk valley and the Black Mountains, including Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain. Located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with stunning vie
We had a fantastic time at this cottage, really didn't want the week to end. Location & views are amazing. There's so much to do in the surrounding area that we wished we were staying for longer alth… More
Reviewed 16 Sep 2016
Wow is the only word to describe Merryfield's Barn, had a superb week in September. The barn itself was spotless and lots of little touches that show the owners have a real passion in making guests f… More
Thank you for your lovely comments and we're very pleased you enjoyed your stay in the barn. I don't know what happened to the scissors but we'll get a new pair!
A newly furnished, cosy and well equipped cottage in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Situated in the village of Llangattock,less than a mile away from Crickhowell, near to the 16 century church of St Catwgs, the property was once part of the village schoo
The Meeting Place is in the village of Llangynidr, a few minutes walk from two excellent pubs. There is also a good general shop with a post office - so a walk not a drive for a morning newspaper. The village has new Hard Tennis Courts (£5.00 per hour) in the adjacent
COTTAGE IDEALLY LOCATED IN BRECON BEACONS NATIONAL PARK
This reverse-level accommodation is well placed for walking and cycling alike. The Brecon and Monmouth Canal is on your doorstep great for walking or cycling to the market towns of Brecon and Abergavenny, or an
Walk down the narrow enchanting cobbled lane where, in summer, wild strawberries, pink valerian and hollyhocks line the ancient stone walls to this lovely little terraced stone self-catering "quarryman's" cottage, a cosy retreat, probably dating from the 1800's. A del
The building is a wonderful stone cottage dating back to the early 1800's located in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The property sits within a small valley and is surrounded by open countryside. Within the boundary walls are large beautiful cottage gardens and are id
Spacious characterful family holiday cottage near Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons national Park in Wales.
Formerly a stable with its arched windows Oaktree Holiday Cottage is full of light and character. With its oak beams, stone walls and wooden floor the cottage en
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. A tranquil spot in t
“Class accommodation over looking stunning scenery”
Reviewed 25 Jun 2013
We spent 6 nights at Trewlawney & from the moment we arrived we were in awe of the most stunning views from this beautiful property. We found Julia & Peter to be very accommodating hosts -available bu… More
“Beautiful cottage & perfect location for our family trip”
Reviewed 22 Feb 2013
We stayed for 3 nights in Trelawney Cottage on a trip to the Brecon Beacons. We had 2 young children with us & they loved the cottage as well. It was clean, cute & comfortable. After a day of hikin… More
Mortimer House Crickhowell is a Georgian Townhouse providing luxury self catering holiday accommodation in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park with private parking off street for up to 5 cars. Recently awarded the top 5* Welsh Tourist Board rating.
We rented the whole house for 2 nights during the start of August. The house was absolutely superb, it made our stay so easy.
It has all you could possibly need and there is enough room for a big … More
“Fantastic rental for extended family - so good we wish we could buy it.”
Reviewed 22 Sep 2015
We stayed for 2 nights over the Rugby World Cup opening weekend (which was also during the Abergavenny Food Festival). Despite the greater-than-usual activity in the area, we still found the accommoda… More
Full length mirrors on the way!
“Beautiful property in perfent central location”
Reviewed 28 Jun 2015
I stayed at Mortimer house with a group of friends and we hired the whole house. We could not have asked for more. The house is spotless with everything you need - towels, kitchen equipment etc. The h… More
NESTLED HIGH UP IN THE BLACK MOUNTAINS WITH GREAT WALKS AND CYCLE RIDES
This romantic holiday cottage is set on the hill. Inside it is warm and cosy, with a contemporary feel, country touches and a simple layout, it's very easy to feel at home and enjoy spreading ou
The Llangattock Hillside offers acres of common land on your doorstep, as well as some of Europe's most interesting and challenging cave networks for the little more adventurous. Just perfect for walkers and cyclists with a host of walking and cycling trails throughout
UNIQUE COTTAGE DATING BACK TO THE 1580’S SET IN LLANGATTOCK HILLSIDE
Perched in a truly wonderful location with breathtaking views of the Black Mountains. There are a number of walks straight out of the front door with acres of common land to explore, or stroll down
Snug cottage with spectacular views.
Enter this single storey holiday cottage off the courtyard straight into the open plan living area, sit by the full height windows to soak up the light and views while you plan your days or gaze out the kitchen window and see the pa
For a relaxing holiday, cruise the most picturesque canal in the UK, on one of our 17 luxury narrowboats. The Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales is not joined to the rest of the UK's canal network so it remains uncrowded even in peak
This is a beautiful, warm, welcoming family home set in the stunning scenery of the Brecon beacons. It is very much home from home and a wonderful place for kids. It's owners are lucky to be situated in stunning scenery and close enough to walk to the famous town of C
This first floor loft apartment is situated on a shared courtyard with several other properties on the outskirts of Llangattock near Crickhowell, in the Brecon Beacons National Park and can sleep two people in one king-size double bedroom. Vine Tree is a first floor lo