Abergavenny Accommodations

Accommodations in Abergavenny

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4br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Abergavenny, this eco-friendly bed & breakfast is within 9 mi (15 km) of St Mary's Priory Church, Borough Theatre, and Abergavenny Museum and Castle. Hay Castle and Big Pit National Coal Museum are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA very cosy cottage, for two adults in main bedroom, and two children in a mezzanine. One single bed downstairs. Simply designed with old beams and stone walls. It is on a quiet farm overlooking the beautiful Llanthony Valley in Brecon Beacons National Park. This lovely cottage is warm with underfloor heating in winter and a log fire to welcome you after a long walk in the surrounding mountains. The kitchen is well equipped for cooking your own meals. Upstairs there is a bathroom with the shower over the bath. The main bedroom has a king size double bed and above it there is a mezzanine for two children which is accessed through the wardrobe and up a secret staircase. It is galleried so not entirely separate from the main bedrooom. In the kitchen/living room there is a single bed suitable for an adult. The space is suitable for four maximum. Please note Bookings start from Friday (for the weekend or week) or Monday. Not Saturday or Sunday. Guest AccessThere is a garden in front and back of the cottage for sitting outside. Barbeque available. There is a washing machine in another building which guests can use. Interaction with GuestsI live close by and will be there to greet you and show you around. I am usually not far away if you need to know anything. The NeighborhoodThe views are spectacular.The neighbours are over half a mile away. There are no street lights so it is great for star gazing,and apart from the occasional sheep baa-ing there is nothing to disturb the peace. There are pubs to walk to (closed weekdays in winter)and excellent restaurants a few miles away. Getting AroundGood trains from London via Newport to Abergavenny and direct from Manchester. The cottage is 10 miles from Abergavenny station. Owner can help sometimes with transport,or taxis cost approx.£25. Other Things to NoteWifi is available near the cottage but not actually in the cottage. No Mobile phone signal. Changeover days are Mondays and Fridays.
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11br Hotel
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Overall description The Swan Hotel offers hotel accommodation in the North Bristol area. This 3 star Bristol hotel has its own restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner where you will find a selection of items to try. Outfitted with a bar/lounge, you'll find the perfect place to have a drink. Multilingual staff can provide tour/ticket assistance, express check-in and express check-out. Free Wi-Fi is available. Coffee is available in the lobby so you can sit back and relax with a hot cup. Other amenities include a garden. Cancellation policy Free cancellation up until 2 days before check-in (2014/11/10 - 23:59). Late cancellations are possible and are subject to a penalty equal to 100% of the stay. No shows are charged 100% of the stay. Breakfast A free breakfast is served each morning.
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1br Home/Apartment
    A beautiful spacious ground floor apartment in a large 17th Century country house located near the village of Pandy to the north of Abergavenny. The modern wooden kitchen is complete with fridge, freezer, washing machine/dryer, dishwasher, electric oven, hob and microwave. The living area has a modern style electric fire and comfortable sofa's - one of which is a useful sofa-bed, Sky Freeview TVand DVD. The wet room style bathroom has a large shower area, bath,toilet and washbasin. There is a comfortable double well appointed bedroom. Remarks: Own water supply from a mountain spring. It should be noted that the property is accessed via a shared bumpy driveway which is manageable in a standard car if taken slowly. There is parking for 2 cars.
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    Birch Tree Barn has recently been completely renovated and turned into a very light, comfortable and warm cottage with windows on three sides looking out over the meadows and to the Black Mountains. This recently converted Barn, with its wood lap walls, is reached up exterior wood steps and is open plan with a large living area with oak floors throughout, exposed beams in the A frame ceiling, leather sofas and chairs, large picture windows on three sides to take advantage of the lovely views, a wall mounted flat screen digital TV with DVD and Wi-fi. The kitchen area is well designed with a gas hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge, dishwasher coffee maker etc., a dining table and chairs. Downstairs there is a utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer and another shower and toilet. There is also a TABLE FOOTBALL and BASKET BALL for children. The Master bedroom has a double bed and the second bedroom has twin beds. The two bedrooms are well carpeted and painted in a lovely restful Farrow and Ball colour called “Elephant Breath”. The bathroom is well designed with a bath with a rose-head shower over, handbasin and toilet. Remarks: Welcome pack on arrival will contain free range eggs (hens willing) from the hens that are roaming in the owners’ garden. There is a garden beside the cottage with a couple of fruit trees and lawn, garden furniture and a BBQ. Ample parking. Beautiful river walks, within 10 minutes walk of the barn and Cyclists and Walker Friendly Visit Wales award – offering secure bike storage and a pressure spray washer, and located close to the cycle route 42. They also offer escorted mountain bike tours for all abilities by arrangement. Recycling facilities.
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    2br Home/Apartment
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    A delightful two bedroom converted Coach House in the grounds of Bryn Cain Farm at Penpergwym near Abergavenny. An ideal location to enjoy fine dining at The Hardwick Restaurant, Welsh Restaurant of the Year 2008, run by Stephen Terry the Michelin Starred chef/restaurateur and winner of the BBC Great British Menus is within walking distance on a summer’s evening. The award winning 'The Foxhunter' run by celebrity chef Matt Tebbutt is 5 minutes drive away, The Bell at Skenfrith, and the Walnut Tree amongst others. A hearty meal can be walked off on many of the local Black Mountain routes or a 25 minutes drive takes you to the heart of the Brecon Beacons. This is an excellent area steeped in history ie the world Heritage site at the Big Pit, Castles, the canal and the walks along it and the river walks, it is near the Golden Valley, Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. From the cottage there is easy road access down to the Welsh Valleys.
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    5br house
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    The two beautiful old barns making up Berry Wood Barn have been lovingly renovated to create a warm, spacious and light family home with the feeling of being in the middle of nowhere. The barns have taken 4 years to turn into a very comfortable family home. There is underfloor heating throughout and handmade curtains to make the barn cosy in the evenings when the fire is lit. The barn is set in 3.5 acres of land. There is a flat grass lawn and a trampoline for children to play on. This is a beautiful property to explore the local area and enjoy activities while being able to relax and unwind in comfortable surroundings. Additional amenities include: ideal for teens, ground floor bed & bath, wi-fi/internet access, heating, walking/hiking paths, recommended, lots to do: outdoor pursuit & activities. Berry Wood Barn is one of the most spectacularly positioned houses in the Llantony valley in the Black Mountains. Perched high on Hatterall Ridge in the Brecon Beacons National Park, the views from the barn are truly breathtaking. Stand at the kitchen window and the valley sweeps away before you towards Hay on Wye. Although you are in the middle of nowhere with only sheep for neighbours, Abergavenny is only 15 minutes drive away and Hereford is 20 mins. Local Activities:WalkingYou can walk directly from the barn or drive a short way to find many fantastic walks. Riding At Llantony Abbey there is a pony trekking centre where you can do half a day or a whole day riding in the hills. Within 10 minutes drive from the barn there is a riding stables with very good teachers and horses. ShootingThere is clay pigeon shooting ten minutes from the barn as well as a shooting school about 45 minutes drive from the barn. Bird WatchingOn Hatterall Hill, 5 minutes from the barn, there are Red Kites and many other beautiful birds. Hang GlidingMany people love to jump off the hills around us and hang glide when the wind is blowing in the right direction. Climbing, Zip Wires and SailingThere is a climbing wall for children (useful on a wet day!), zip wires, riding and a lake to sail on at a local Activity Centre. Places to Visit:Hay-On-WyeAbergavennyCrickhowellThe Big PitHerefordshireForest Of DeanBrecon CanalsBrecon Mountain Railway
    Hotel
    11br 4-star Hotel
      Situated in Abergavenny, this inn is close to Borough Theatre, Abergavenny Museum and Castle, and St Mary's Priory Church. Area attractions also include Big Pit National Coal Museum.
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      Excellent
      38 reviews
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      The SpaceStay in a separate timber clad, annexe, linked to main house via glass corridor. 1 double & 1 twin room with shared bathroom (Bath - no shower yet) Wi-Fi. Tea & coffee in room. No TV in rooms. Cot available. Use of sitting room with wood burner in main house (not for supper though). Full English breakfast in family kitchen or bacon sarnie packed by arrangement. Plenty of storage for bikes etc with water to hose down. 4 max in the house. The foothills of the Black Mountains (the unexplored side of Brecon Beacons National Park) is the view from the house, with wide open heather summits a 20 minute walk up behind. Offa's Dyke and priceless mountain biking. Nearby foodie pub 10 minute drive away, famous Partrishow Church a stone's throw and Abergavenny train station 15 minute drive. Zero or v patchy mobile reception. Does it matter? Guest AccessRoaring fire and the wild hills Interaction with GuestsAs much as they wish for The NeighborhoodIn the foothills of the Black mountains yet 15 mins drive from Abergavenny. Getting AroundCar, bike, horse and foot. Abergavenny train station 15mins away - can collect if required (and perhaps a pint in the pub as we pass!)
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      The SpaceA master ensuite room (with views of the Black Mountains in all direction) within a relaxed country house on a working farm. Also have access to the living room with large sofas and real wood burning fires. You can check out what guests have to say on Trip Advisor too at Celyn Farm. Guest AccessMountains, local produce, free WIFI, open fires, roll top bath, power showers, Egyptian cotton linen. Interaction with GuestsAlthough we live in the house too we live in a separate part. All guests have ensuite bathrooms and access to our chill out space with a wood burning fire where you can relax either with a good book or in front of the TV. The NeighborhoodA real sense of the country so when you step out of the house there are walks in all directions. With the nearest house a couple of miles away it is a place to relax and revitalise. Getting AroundAlthough we are based in the country the nearest town is five miles away, Abergavenny which has a train station and bus services. Other Things to NoteAlthough we are only a 10-15 minute drive from the local town we are based in the countryside so you will need transport to get here - free parking is provided.
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      The SpaceOur beautiful double room is bright and modern, with a delightful en suite shower room. You also have the convenience of a separate entrance and dining room. So very much your own space. Guest AccessA separate entrance takes you through to your own dining room (this is where breakfast is served), your own staircase leads to your light and airy double room with en suite. Free Wifi is included, as well as free-sat TV. Tea & coffee making facilities are also available in your room. The NeighborhoodLocated in a beautiful area, with an 8 minute walk into the fantastic market town of Abergavenny, and 5 minutes from the castle meadows on the river Usk. With fantastic places to visit, such as the sugarloaf vineyards, the castle & museum. Abergavenny is surrounded by 7 amazing mountains, and is famous for its food festivals and nationally recognised restaurants.
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      Excellent
      33 reviews
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      The SpaceA beautifully designed, romantic cottage on a quiet farm with spectacular views overlooking Llanthony Valley in Brecon Beacons National Park. This lovely cottage is in a converted stone barn with original beams and woodwork. It is warm with underfloor heating in winter and a natural oak floor. A log fire welcomes you after a long walk in the surrounding mountains. You can lie in bed and see the flames in the wood burning stove. There is a double bed and a comfortable single sofa bed in the same open plan space. There is an spacious shower and the kitchen is well equipped for cooking your own meals. Outside there is a table and seating in summer, for relaxing and enjoying the view Guest AccessThis cottage is on ground floor level. Interaction with GuestsThe owner lives on the same farm and is available to help. Friendly ducks and chickens roam the farmyard. The NeighborhoodThe views are spectacular. Apart from the other rented cottage on the farm,the neighbour's are over half a mile away. There are no street lights so it is great for star gazing,and apart from the occasional sheep baa-ing there is nothing to disturb the peace. There are pubs to walk to and excellent restaurants a few miles away. Clare, the owner runs art courses and has a gallery to view. Hay-on-Wye, famous for second-hand bookshops is a wonderful drive over the Gospel pass. It is ideal for cyclists and walking enthusiasts. Getting AroundConvenient car parking next to the cottage. Trains to Abergavenny. Taxi to Llanthony is £25-30 Other Things to NoteSorry no pets in this cottage. Changeover days are Monday and Friday. Wifi is available outside the cottage but not actually in the cottage. No Mobile phone signal.
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      The SpaceIt's a tin hut, warm and cosy, tucked away from the world with stunning views. Previous guests have described it as the loveliest wendy house ever. It will accomodate a couple - or two good friends. Guest AccessThe hut is self catering and completely private - nobody can see you. There is no electricity so by evening you are bathed in candlelight. We do encourage people to bring their own tilly lamps or other battery powered torches or lamps. There is a woodburning stove with oven attached, a two ring gas hob for cooking, a butler's sink and all the utensils and crockery you need. The compost loo is attached with a separate entrance. While the weather is mild you have access to a gas powered shower but this will not be available if there is risk of frost. We provide you with one small load of firewood to keep you warm on the first night but after that we sell it by the wheelbarrow-load. Also we do ask that if you are burning wood or charcoal on the firepit outside that you bring some for that purpose. You can buy sacks down at the shop, Hopes of Longtown. Interaction with GuestsWe always make an effort to greet the guests but if we are not here when you arrive you are welcome to head down to the hut yourselves and we will check that you have everything you need later. And our guests are welcome to knock on the farmhouse door if you need anything. The NeighborhoodWe live on the edge of a fantastic village in the lee of the Black Mountains. There is a wonderful village shop - Hopes of Longtown - which stocks everything you could possibly need and more and caters for all types of dietary preferences, with a large focus on locally sourced food. There is the Crown Inn in Longtown and the Cornewall Arms in Clodock, well worth a visit, and the walking in the surrounding hills is unsurpassed. Getting AroundIf you do not have a car you will need to find a taxi from Abergavenny. Or if you are coming from Hereford you can get a bus to Pontrilas and I can sometimes act as taxi if I am available. Other Things to NoteSince the photos were taken the hut has been surrounded by chestnut paling fencing which helps to keep the sheep out and is really rather lovely - helping with the feeling of privacy and giving pets a safe "garden" area to explore.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceMaes-y-deri has views over the valley below and faces the Skirrid mountain. The living room is large and comfortable, although the kitchen is small it is fully functional and has everything needed, bathroom has bath and shower, and the bedroom has twin beds in a pleasant room. Guest AccessThe apartment has its own front door and guests also have a barbecue and space to sit outside and look at the views. Interaction with GuestsWe are always at hand to help with any local information about walks, where to eat, places to visit etc The NeighborhoodWe are within the Brecon Beacons National Park yet only a mile from the market town of Abergavenny. There are walks straight from the door so the car can be safely left in the yard while you climb the Sugar Loaf. Getting AroundThere is a railway station about 2 miles from the farm, but no public transport comes up to us I'm afraid, although there are plenty of taxi companies in Abergavenny who can bring you home after enjoying the stroll down to the town. Other Things to NoteNo dogs or children allowed in the apartment
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      The SpaceYou'll love the country living feel of this early Victorian town house. It has a beautiful breakfast room which feels a part of the spacious flower-filled garden. The room is large and light with beautiful views of the Blorenge and Sugar Loaf mountains. There is a good double bed with bedside tables, table, comfortable chairs, a TV, wi-fi , kettle and breakfast making facilities (when I am unavailable to make breakfast). The pretty bathroom for your sole use is on the same floor. If there are more than 2 in the same party there is another attic bedroom available. Abergavenny is a characterful market town, cradled by mountains,it has two theatres, a cinema and a range of individual shops,pubs and places to eat. It is on the edge of the Black Mountains, is close to the Brecon-Newport canal and is great for walking and cycling -recently gaining the accolade of a 'Walkers are Welcome' Town, and also holds the National Festival of Cycling in July. Abergavenny hosts the highly regarded Food Festival which takes place in September each year. There are many well known gastro pubs in the area nearby- The Walnut Tree, The Hardwick and The Foxhunter for example. Abergavenny is fortunate in having a railway station , bus services and with good road networks. It has wonderful walks and cycle rides on its doorstep.
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      Historic Country House in the Brecon Beacons National Park, close to the Offas Dyke Footpath. An ideal base for Walking, Touring, Activity and Cultural holidays. 3 star B&B close to many Castles, The Big Pit mining museum & Hay the town of books.
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      The SpaceThe room is comfortable and light. In the bay window area, you can sit in comfortable chairs and have a great view of the Sugar Loaf mountain. The bed is UK king size ie 2m long by 1.6m with a very good mattress. (NB In N America this is called queen size.) A choice of bedding is offered. The room has tea, coffee and hot chocolate making facilities and a mini fridge is also available. There is a TV with DVD player and a digital alarm radio. We have a small choice of DVDs available to borrow. The bathroom is 1 metre away and is exclusively for guests. It has both a bath and electric shower over the bath. Hot water is always available. There is a further attic room with twin beds if a group or family wish to stay. There is also a cot bed and travel cot available (small charge). Guest AccessGuests have access to their own bedroom, bathroom and dining room. There is an outdoor bench seat in the front garden with lovely mountain views and parking space in the drive. Interaction with GuestsWe will be there when guests stay and are always available to help and advise so guests can make the most of their stay. Breakfast time is flexible usually between 7.30 and 10am. The NeighborhoodAbergavenny is described as the Gateway to Wales. It is a very attractive small market town which is renowned for its annual food festival in September. There are many places to eat in the area, some quite famous. There are a good range of shops plus a large market on Tuesdays and a smaller market on Fridays and Saturdays. It is growing as a cycling event location too. It is surrounded by three local mountains which can be accessed from our house. There is also a smaller local hill called the 'Little Skirrid' which is easier to climb but still gives lovely views. The Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacon mountains are all close by. The Brecon canal is less than two miles away and this provides lovely walks or a cycling route. Abergavenny is easily accessible by car or by train. It is less than one hour's drive or an easy train ride to Bristol and Cardiff. It takes around three hours by train to reach Manchester or London. Getting AroundWe're very close to both the train and bus stations and there is easy access via road. It takes less than five minutes to reach us from the railway station. The main shops and restaurants are less than ten minutes walk away. From Manchester airport we are easily reached by train. From London airports there are train and coach connections to Newport and then take the train from Newport to Abergavenny. We can also be reached by public transport from Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham airports. Other Things to NoteWherever possible we use local and Fairtrade products. We make our own bread, cake and jam. We will consider a price reduction for longer weekday bookings out of season. We have a second twin bedded room on the second floor that is only available if booked with the main room so friends or family can stay. There is then a shared bathroom. Rates on application.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThe name Ninfa means cottage of the the charcoal burners in old Welsh as the manufacture of iron was the main local industry when it was built 3 centuries ago high on the old parish road from the village of Llanfoist over the Blorenge mountain to Blaenavon. Its 23 acres of broadleaved woodland and flower rich meadows lie within the Brecon Beacons National Park on the edge of the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site and immediately below the Punchbowl lake and beech woodland owned by the Woodland Trust. The farm is situated in an International Dark Sky Reserve and is an excellent site for stargazing. It is also very quiet at night other than owls and foxes! Guest AccessThe bunkhouse accommodates 6 people in a converted barn adjacent to the main farmhouse. It is fully self-catering with gas cooker, microwave, fridge, shower and toilet. The groundfloor comprises the lounge and dining area with double divan and heating from a coal effect gas fire set in a stone fireplace. Upstairs on a mezzanine floor reached by a spiral staircase there are four single beds. Note that guests need to bring sleeping bags or duvets, towells and othe linen. Guests can use the seating area beside a small pond and stream outside. There are a number of excellent walks direct from the farm on the mountains above. Printed guides are available for loan. Interaction with GuestsWe live on site in the adjacent farmhouse. Guests regularly order farm produce grown on site. We are happy to advise on local attractions, events and places to visit. The NeighborhoodAbergavenny is a gateway to three internationally renowned landscapes - the Brecon Beacons National Park, Blaenavon World Heritage Site (birthplace of the industrial revolution!), and the majestic Wye Valley. All of these stunning landscapes offer a range of attractions from walking to hangliding, pony trekking and canoeing. Just a short walk from the farm is the tranquil Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal. The town itself is a lively and attractive market town, with markets most days of the (website hidden) Mary's Priory Church is famous for its medieval tombs and our Borough Theatre has a varied programme of local and UK acts. The town is also noted for its food. In addition to hosting the fourth largest food festival in the UK, there are many restaurants and opportunities to sample local produce, including our local vineyard! In addition, we are just 40 minutes from our capital city, Cardiff - reached easily by car or train. Getting AroundThe farm is about 2 miles from the A465 (Hereford/Neath), A40 (Brecon/Monmouth/M50) and A4042 (Newport/M4). The nearest bus is at Llanfoist (3km) and train station in Abergavenny (5km) with services to Cardiff, Bristol, London and Manchester. Taxis from the station cost about £8. National Cycle Network Routes 46 and 42 intersect close by. On-farm parking for bicycles, horses and cars. Other Things to NoteThe farm is located up a 1km steep winding and narrow lane, unsuitable for camper vans. Well behaved dogs are welcome. There are ducks, sheep and a horse on the farm.
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      1br Home/Apartment
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      The SpacePeace, quiet and security. Guest AccessWell equipped outdoor entertainment area when host is away Interaction with GuestsOccasionally The NeighborhoodIt is both town and country Getting AroundTrains, taxis and buses easily accessible Other Things to NoteGated and very secure
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      2br Bedroom
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      The SpaceSet within the Brecon Beacons National Park and with the river Honddu running through the garden ; Trout Cottage is a lovely, stone-built cottage with oak-timbered ceiling, from the 1700's in a beautiful riverside location. We can accommodate up to 4 guests at one time, although an additional double bedroom is also available by special arrangement. An ideal base for exploring the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. We provide homegrown, high quality food with the emphasis on sustainability wherever possible. Guest Access18th Century oak-timbered lounge seating area with TV and woodburning stove, for cosy evenings by the fire. Large conservatory for use in the spring/ summer months. 2 acres of grounds and gardens to wander freely. 400m of fishing rights along the river. Please note that there are NO SELF CATERING FACILITIES. We can offer 3 course evening meals at a cost of £20 per head by prior arrangement. Interaction with GuestsWe aim to make every guest feel at home, but we vary the level of interaction to each individual guests requirements. The NeighborhoodWithin the Brecon Beacons National Park we have great access to one of the most beautiful areas of the UK. Whether on foot, bicycle, or by car, there is so much to see and do in this area. As well as having a fantastic range of daytime activities, this area is famed for the range and quality of its restaurants and inns....or just book dinner at Trout Cottage and enjoy a night in! Getting AroundAbergavenny rail station is 4 miles away. Good mainline access to Cardiff (40 mins), Welsh border towns, or the Heart of Wales. Other Things to NoteWhere possible we strive to consider the environment and make what we can from local, quality, raw ingredients. We support fairtrade products sourcing our teas and coffee from ethical traders. To help our guests enjoy their stay at Trout Cottage we can also offer a range of activities such as : - Guided walks - Recommended walking trails - Pick-up / drop-off taxi service - Welsh spoon carving - Soap-making .....and many other craft course and activities . Please book these in advance to avoid disappointment. Where possible, everything is made from scratch;from the breads and preserves to the butter and the yoghurt. We like to eat well and believe our guests deserve the same. For example, when you eat our strawberry jam you are not only eating the jam, you are eating jam from our homegrown fruits, not only homegrown strawberries but chemical-free, not only chemical free but fed from the vermicompost we generate onsite to impart a greater nutritional benefit. Enjoy! :)
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      The SpaceThe barn is in the most stunning location in the middle of the Brecon Beacon National Park but only 15 minutes from Abergavenny and 20 minutes from Hereford so you have the best of both worlds. Guest AccessThe whole house. Interaction with GuestsI will be on the end of the telephone. The NeighborhoodThe amazing beauty of the rolling hills and the lack of people. Getting AroundYou need a car.
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      The SpaceOur hope is that everyone who stays with us will feel really at home and very welcome and comfortable. We are happy to help with transport and local advice. Guest AccessYou will have sole use of a sitting room with TV and heating. You will also have exclusive use of our pleasant bathroom with shower and bath. We can serve breakfast for you st ant time of your choice and we are more than happy to give advice and maps etc to help your stay to be as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Interaction with GuestsBy arrangement, we can serve you breakfast in lovely family kitchen at a cost of £5 per person. We enjoy having guests and our wish is for you enjoy bring here. The NeighborhoodSunnybank is very central to local amenities and Brecon Beacons National Park is easily accessible. Getting AroundTrain and bus stations 20 minutes walk away. Other Things to NoteThere is plenty of free parking in the street outside the house.
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      The SpaceThe Apple Garden is a charming 15th century stone and slate cottage set in an acre of secluded apple orchard. The perfect country hideaway for those seeking a beautiful setting for romance or celebration, The Apple Garden is also a haven for families with children, with its fabulous tree-house, kiddies sand pit, swing and extensive collection of traditional toys and games. The long, enclosed orchard garden offers a delightful, safe space for children to freely run and play. Dogs are most welcome visitors here too with fantastic walks straight from the cottage door... PLEASE NOTE THAT STANDARD WEEKEND STAYS ARE FOR THREE NIGHTS. TWO NIGHT BOOKINGS ARE AVAILABLE AT REDUCED PRICE OF £260. See our reviews on Trip Advisor - also some from our guestbook here.. Jan 18th-19th 2015 We have had such an incredible time at The Apple Garden!! It has been the most amazing birthday and I have loved every second! The cottage and all your thoughtful extras are simply outstanding!! The bath is great! (I had two!) It was great that we could bring Nero (the dog) with is too and all your little treats for him were great! Thank you SO, SO, SO, SO much for everything! Love Dee (Roz, Steve, Matty, Aimee, Ellie and Dog) Janaury 2015 We sat in the warmth of the kitchen enjoying our hamper of freshly baked bread,butter,raspberry jam,a pot of our favourite tea and a slice of a delightfully moist carrot cake. The wind howled around the cottage but we felt safe and warm by the log fire. Fluffy towels and hand made soaps for us to use and relax in the bath,in the glow of the candles soon had the stresses of work drift away. We slept soundly each night in a clean crisp white sheets in a quaint little room ,cosy and warm. It's now time to go home after a long weekend,where we have visited"Hay-on-Wye where I got a cookery book for my collection.from"Booths".We stopped in "Crickhowell" where we had coffee and browsed around the lovely selection of shops, we popped into Abergavenny where I was able to get a skein of yarn hand dyed and spun locally from "The Woolcroft".We have enjoyed our walks with our little dog Bobby. This has been a very restful retreat for our anniversary. Many thanks Sarah 9th Jan 2015 OH WOW!! What a cottage! Welcomed by a fire and a cake! Everything was so cosy and cute and lovely! Amazing few days, wintry walk up the Black Hill, tea and scones in Hay on Wye! Wonderful hospitality, would recommend to everyone and anyone! Love, Fi, Kafwin, Sarah, Stew and Bea from Bath 29th December 2014- 2nd January 2015 Just what we all needed, a lovely few days in this lovely cottage. We had so much planned to do, but in the end just relaxed in front of the log fire and chilled out - wonderful! Cannot believe how good we all feel. Cottage was so warm, cosy, well equipped and that LOVELY BED!! Thank you so much for the lovely welcome hamper and all the little extras that you provided. Love to come again, must come again. Lesley, George, Victoria and Andrew xxxxxx Christmas 2014 What a warm, cosy, lovely cottage to spend Christmas with family. Big enough to fit all of us, yet small enough to be snuggly warm. Your decorations set ups up for a beautiful holiday. Being from America...loved the stone cottage with exposed beams - thought I was in a Hobbit house!! Wonderful memories from a very special holiday. Mary Ann with Shanna, Bea, Beryl and Brandon. 4th- 7th December 2014 To Sarah, Jeremy and Jack. This was our first familly holiday since our son got married and I could have wished for anything more. your beautiful cottage was 5 STAR in every way, the comfort was very high on our list. You have thought of everything and literally EVERYTHING - even though we did not need half of these things, you have catered from pets to the children to the adults. You welcome basket was so thoughtful, you took into consideration our diets and advised us about the local area. I would and will be recommending you strongly to all we meet and hope that we will be making a second visit to your wonderful cottage soon. Thank you for coming to sort out the dryer at a very late hour. Harmunder and Darwinder, Bhupinder and Charndish PS Thank you for all the little quirks and surprises that were here waiting for us (like the little chocolates!) Manpreet xxx 1st December 2014 Thank you so much for the sharing such a lovely cottage and for all the thoughtful little touches. It is one of the BEST COTTAGES we have stayed in. Jim, Mary, Andrew, Katherine, Kieron, Kim and Cassie x 23rd November 2014 What a special place to stay, relax and recuperate. Our few days here made a very close group even closer. We felt very welcome and cosy. Fabulous! Thanks a million. Jen, Sarah, Tivy, Rocky and Samantha xx 19th- 25th September 2014 A lovely cottage with excellent facilities. The biggest bonus for us was the cleanliness: this is the CLEANEST holiday home we have visited. Everyone enjoyed themselves and the home from home touches make it a perfect place. Rhiannon, Adrian, Bethany, Ian, Isobel and Zoe 22nd- 29th August 2014 We have had a wonderful family holiday at 'The Apple Garden' - a quaint home full of history and charm. The little extras provided were much appreciated and OH.. such comfortable beds!! The gardens provided a place to relax as well as play family ball games. The tree house and swing delighted the children. The winding lanes provided thrills and great food for thought...Last but not least, we shall remember for a very long time our evenings spent before a lovely log burner, discussing and laughing about our days outing. With many thanks, Joan and Keith, Vanessa, Paul, Aaron and Lewis 8th-22nd August 2014 Where do we start?! The garden? The stars at night? The lovely flowers, veg and provisions? We really have had an amazing time, completing walks every day with the children - they even managed the Sugar Loaf! Their best bits were the gardens, swing, tree house, football and musical instruments - they formed a band one rainy afternoon! The Longtown show was a fab day out, our son won a few races and a share of the prize money from the skittles. The dog enjoyed all the attention, the fresh air and wonderful walks from the door. Walking up to the gentle moo-ing has been making me smile, especially when I hear my husband talking to the cows through the hedge! Can't thank you enough for your hospitality and sharing this wonderful place with us. Hope to see you again, Love from Alan, Laura, Joseph, Eloise and Vida xx PS The Crown at Pantegelli was superb as was the ice cream at Rowelestone - Worth the walk! Easter 2014 We've stayed in a few cottages over the years but this is the real deal. Fantastic cottage in a beautiful location. The finishing touches around the cottage are lovely as was our special Easter welcome basket. You were very welcoming and so was Noodle. Thank you for allowing us to bring Jenson(our kitten) he settled in quickly and when not sleeping had a great time. The garden and history of the cottage make it extra special. The night sky with the stars and clear sky was amazing! Perfect way to escape crazy city life. Thank you. Amanda and Dave (Manchester) Good Friday Dear Sarah, I had a wonderful time at The Apple GArden. Me and my brother really enjoyed playing in the tree house. Thank you for putting up the swing for us. Laura (Aged 10) Dear Sarah, I had a the best time on the swing. The football was really good and thank you for the Pogo stick. The tree house was amazing, fun and high! From Sam (Aged 7) We've had a fantastic week, great walks, great cycling and lovely pub food at The Bridge at Michaelchurch. One of our favourite trips was walking to the top of the hill from Llanthony Priory - lots of horses for the children to pat and an incredible view from the top. We'd also recommend walking to the top of Black Hill, Hay Bluff and Sugar Loaf Mountain - all are easy with children ( provided you bring enough chocolate!) Thank you for letting us stay in your beautiful cottage. We've had the best holiday in years and hope to be back again one day. Love from Deb, Theo, Laura and Sam PS The Fish and Chips at Ewyas Harold are excellent!! Thank you for sharing Apple Garden Cottage with us, and or all your thoughtful touches which have helped to make our weekend very special. The house and garden are beautiful. Our 2 year old boy Sam has loved the tree house, sand pit and the lovely toys that you provide, especially the Ark and musical instruments!The flowers you left in the house were beautiful, as was the cake and home-made bread - yummy! We have had a wonderful time, thank you and hope to return next year!" Jo, Paul, Sam (2), Grandma & Grandad Thank you for they hospitality that you have given us. The cottage feels like home and is very cosy. The sandpit, tree-house and swing have been used lots. I definitely recommend playing hide and seek in the garden! There are some great places to go and some great mountains to climb. Pen y Fan is the highest mountain in Southern Britain and is a great walk. It is suitable for children (we managed to climb it with an 11 year old (me), a 5 year old and a 14 year old. Dogs can also go up there. Cameras are essential as the view is amazing at the top. All in all, a brilliant stay. Annie (11) Thank you for a great stay in a lovely cottage. The Welcome basket was very welcome - yummy! Jack just asked if we can take the rest home Was great not having to bring towels with you - and the ones here are so lovely - super soft! The gardens are superb and we enjoyed sitting in the sun while Jack played in the sand pit - the next group of holiday makers may find Olly the Octopus in there! Lots of beautiful scenery all around- and very peaceful - apart from the occasional mooing cow All in all, a lovely week. Tracy, Andy, Jack and Sue "A real getaway from it all break - exactly what we needed. A lovely cottage in a beautiful location. The small things made all the difference - from the milk to the jelly beans - thank you!! Much appreciated." Wendy, Cliff, Tom and Harry "Thank you for an amazing weekend - a perfect spot for a 30th birthday get away! Loved the hamper baskets and little touches..and staying in the Shepherd's Hut was really lovely! Great place for Baby Dylan's first holiday. Thank you." Lizzy, Chris, Nadia, Len and Dylan, Laura, Nick and Poppy "Thank you for a truly wonderful stay at the Apple Garden. Felt at home from the moment we walked in the door, loved all your wonderful touches. Fantastic area for walking Ralph with stunning views, would recommend a visit to Brecon." Les, Sandra & Ralph (the dog) "We have had a lovely time staying at the Apple Garden this weekend. The cottage is so beautifully furnished, we really felt at home staying here. Thank you for the Welcome Basket, the fresh bread was delicious and we loved the brownies and bakewell tart! We also thought the flowers in every room were lovely and the hand-made soaps/chocolates - you really have thought of everything! During our stay we went on a nice walk to the Sugar Loaf, near Abergavenny. We really recommend eating at The Bridge Inn at Michaelchurch, really friendly pub with delicious food. We also had a nice Sunday lunch at The Bull's Head. Thank you for a lovely weekend!"Catrin, Amanda, Louise, Michelle, Sarah and Ruth xx "Lovely cottage in wonderful surroundings. All the comforts of home with a thoughtful welcome pack for us and the dog. So many places to explore, including charming local villages, that the week just flew by! Would definitely recommend doing some of the walks nearby, especially The Cat's Back and Black Hill, The Biblins and the Waterfall Walk at Porthyr Ogof." Clare, George and Tallulah "What a fabulous cottage - really enjoyed all the extra touches, cake, jelly beans, chocolates and dog treats! Even though our car broke down the day after we arrived and we were 'stuck' here for two days - we couldn't have had a lovelier place to be stuck. Incredibly lucky with the weather - ate every meal outside. The Bridge at Michaelchurch Escley does great food and lovely beer garden, Hopes Shop at Longtown is a great shop for essentials and luxuries. Garden was enjoyed by all of us, but particularly Spartan our dog. Really hope we will come back. Many thanks Sarah." Rhona, Paul & Spartan (the dog) Thanks for a great week. The cottage and garden are excellent (helped by the wonderful weather!) We have had a very relaxing week walking in the hills (Offa's Dyke, Sugar Loaf Mountain), canoeing in the river Wye and swimming in the waterfalls. Would definitely recommend the Inn at Pantygelli for food - excellent food and the staff were superb. Also enjoyed our last meal at The Crown in Longtown - worth the walk back! Many thanks, Fiona, Sara, Vicki, Claire and Billy the Dog (who also loved his time here) "We have very much enjoyed living in your house, the children really liked climbing up to the tree house. They also liked building houses in the sand pit. We all really enjoyed the fire and watching some of your great selection of DVD's. It was nice seeing the cows and being out in the countryside. We had great fun running around the garden. Even the wet days were fun!"The Ball Family As soon as we arrived at the cottage it felt homely and welcoming. The garden and the views are beautiful and we felt so relaxed spending time here. We enjoyed the local walks and pubs and everywhere had a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. "Hay on Wye is worth a visit, a beautiful little town with independent shops and a market on Thursday. We went to a French restaurant called 'Toi et Moi', which serves delicious food and has a lovely atmosphere. Thank you for the welcome basket and delicious lemon cake, we enjoyed it all very much! And thank you for providing everything (crockery, towels, even logs!) - it meant we could just relax and enjoy every minute of this beautiful cottage!!" Tom & Katy "Beautiful cottage and garden. Finished to an excellent standard. Loved all the little touches that make it so much more welcoming - the chocolates, cake, welcome basket, snuggly blankets. Your garden is fab for pets and children. The dog loved chasing the cars down the length of of it as they drove by! Our idea of heaven for a weekend break - will definitely be recommending this one! Thank you. And Alfie the dog... 'Thanks for my treats and bed!' " Rob, Jo and Elin 1st September 2013 A lovely cottage in a beautiful location. Really enjoyed the lovely walks and exploring the local village pubs - particularly liked the Temple Bar Inn. Sam (the dog) thought he was in heaven here in the garden!! Welcome basket a delight, particularly the carrot cake - yum!! Andrew, Janice and Sam Guest AccessThe entire property Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little interaction as the guests like! The NeighborhoodWe are located just a mile from the lovely village of Longtown in the heart of the Black Mountains between Hereford and Abergavenny. Set amidst outstandingly beautiful and unspoilt walking country, Longtown is well-known for its award winning store, 12th Century Norman Castle, traditional country pub and friendly atmosphere. Getting AroundA car is needed as Longtown is a rural mountain village. Other Things to NoteThe Apple Garden is available for week long bookings only during the months of July and August. Thank you. The Apple Garden, though perfect as a romantic bolthole, has been discreetly designed with children in mind. We provide a huge array of traditional and wooden toys, with beautiful books, board games and much loved soft toys also waiting here for your children to enjoy. We have chosen not provide computer games, as we would like The Apple Garden experience to be a complete break for you all, including your children, from our sometimes rather frantic modern-day technological world! There is free WiFi however, so if they would like to bring their own devices, then they can still play on-line! We are very proud of our stunning antique rocking horse, 'Rupert', and his little 'hobby pony friend' 'Rosie', for those who prefer to 'go riding' outside (!) The tree-house, sandpit and swing are firm favourites with all the kids.... We can also lend bikes to those who would like to venture further afield and a baby sitting service (by the owner, Sarah, a fully qualified early years teacher) is available if parents would like a quiet evening out together. We are happy also to offer the use of our own nearby woodland for play and walking at our farm on The Black Hill. The Treehouse is suitable for children of 8 years and over and under strict adult supervision only as it is quite high. No responsibility whatsoever can be taken by the owners for accident or injury during your stay at The Apple Garden! PLEASE NOTE that our fourth bedroom is a small, single annexe room to our double bedroom. It is separated by a floor length curtain and to reach it you must go through the double bedroom. It also has a very low, sloping ceiling so works best for children! This is a 15th/16th century old cottage and therefore the ceilings are much lower than in modern day houses and there are a few particularly low beams and doorways to watch out for! Though we have marked these places with 'Mind Your Head' signs, especially our taller guests should bear this factor in mind.. The Apple Garden is situated on a small country lane that leads down the Bryn to the rural mountain village of Longtown, the lane serves just local traffic but caution should be exercised when pulling out of the driveway.
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      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceWe are lucky enough to have stunning views from the front garden towards the River Usk and are situated 600 ft from the beautiful Usk Valley Walk. The cottage is within easy reach of the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons National Park, Offa's Dyke, Llanthony Valley and the Wye Valley; we are also moments from Route 42 cycle route. We pride ourselves in ensuring that you have a relaxed and enjoyable stay; you will be provided with freshly baked bread and our own eggs on arrival. Children are free to use the trampoline and other toys in the secure back garden adjoining the cottage patio and we supply age appropriate toys and books for those rainy days. There is also a small selection of dvds. For food enthusiasts the Abergavenny Food Festival is held in September - early booking is advisable. We are situated only a few minutes from Stephen Terry's The Hardwick restaurant and within a few miles of The Walnut Tree, The Foxhunter, The Bell at Skenfrith and The Crown at Whitebrook. Local pubs, including the well-known Clytha Arms, provide excellent pub food. Some quotes from our visitors book: "The cottage was superior with touches of real class. The owners were delightful hosts, so much so that I wish our break was never to end. Thanks a million for a wonderful time, we will be seeing you again soon." Jeanine, Gary & Frankie "Thank you so much for a lovely stay and a warm welcome. Josh loved it here and we couldn't have found a nicer person than you Liz!" Marianne, Tim & Josh "We've loved every minute - this cottage "Rocks" and so do you!" Jenny & Lindy "Beautiful cottage and the best equipped we've ever stayed in. Tim (& our dog), loved the trampoline and garden and we loved the chickens." Lee, Kat, Jack & Noah "Probably the best equipped and furnished cottage we have ever stayed in. The children loved playing in the garden with dog." Lee, Kate, Olivia and David "Wonderful stay, cottage made us cosy and warm after walking the dogs. Chickens were friendly and we loved the cats and dogs." Molly, Haran, Stephen, plus Izzy & Dylan the Dogs "Brilliant time, fabulous hosts who made us feel part of the family. We'll be back and would highly recommend." Neil, Jane, Molly, Neave & Tilly the dog "Best wedding anniversary! Really looked after and made to feel welcome. Beautiful holiday cottage, well equipped. Our dog, Molly, loved it too!" Mr & Mrs Newton "May we come again please!" Rienke and Barry Guest AccessGuests are able to use our gardens and children are encouraged to collect the eggs! Interaction with GuestsRectory Cottage is adjacent to The Old Rectory which is our family home. There is always someone nearby to ask, should guests have any questions. The NeighborhoodFabulous walks along the rivers and or nearby mountains; great restaurants and pubs, lovely cycling areas, numerous castles to visit.....the list is endless! Getting AroundThere is a local bus and station in Abergavenny, however, a car is recommended. Other Things to NoteWe have a golden retriever puppy, so ask that guests always close the gate in the driveway.
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      1br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      The SpaceVictorian country house and lovely gardens on the outskirts of Abergavenny and inside the Brecon Beacons National Park. Previously awarded 5 stars by Visit Wales for for self-catering holiday lets. Brooklands is now our family home, but we are still happy to welcome guests eager to explore this wonderful area. Lovely gardens, millstream, brooks and the River Gavenny on our eastern border. Lawns to front and rear, garden games, pétanque court, swings, woodland walkway with bridges over the stream and brooks, garden benches, chairs and tables, plenty of space to explore, play or relax. Patios with tables and chairs. Welcoming hallway with wood-burner, seating areas and games/puzzle table, games and puzzles, dining room with open fire and, selection of OS maps and walking and cycling guides, reading corner with books. By arrangement: access to laundry room with washer and dryer. Wi-Fi. Lockable bike shed. First floor: 1 king-size room, 1 twin room with 2 single beds, large shower room, all with high quality linens and towels. By arrangement: access to bath. Brooklands is on the very edge of Abergavenny, with all the convenience of a short drive or bracing walk to town to explore, combined with the magic of dark skies in the garden to enjoy the stars. Guest AccessBed and Breakfast Our guest suite comprises a king bedroom and a twin bedroom sharing a large shower-room. You'll have plenty of storage space! Enjoy the gardens, relax by the fire after a busy day walking or sight-seeing. Interaction with GuestsWe're happy to help from the moment you enquire about Brooklands and throughout your stay. Any questions at all, please ask! We don't want to invade your privacy during your stay, but we will be on hand throughout. The NeighborhoodAbergavenny is known as a "Gateway to Wales". It is nestled between seven hills, with the River Gavenny to the east feeding the River Usk to the west. On Tuesday, Fridays and Saturdays the market hall is busy, filled with local produce and crafts, on Wednesdays there is a flea market, the farmers' market is on the 4th Thursday of the month and antiques fairs are usually held on the 3rd Sunday of the month. There are many fairs and festivals through the year including the Fun Fair and the Steam Rally in May, the National Road Race Cycling Championships in June, the Carnival and the Shire Horse Show in July, the Festival of Abergavenny through July and August, the Abergavenny Food Festival, the Breakin' Out Music Festival and the Funfair in September and the Christmas Food and Drink Fair in December. Abergavenny has a reputation as a foodie heaven, with its food festivals, restaurants, cafes and pubs, as well as butchers, grocers and delicatessens to inspire you after a day of activities or relaxation. Closer to home you'll find our local church, St Teilo's, dating back to the 13th century and we love to visit our local craft gallery (with cafe), the 12th century village church, and we enjoy walking in the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains or a gentle cycle along the Monmouth and Brecon Canal. Getting AroundBuses into Abergavenny as well as to Hereford and Cardiff stop nearby. Abergavenny has a bus station and a national rail train station. Other Things to NoteAbergavenny hosts a renowned Food Festival in September. Not far away are the Crickhowell Walking Festival in March, the Hay Festival in May, the Green Man Festival and the Brecon Jazz Festival in August. The Brecon Beacons National Park is famous for its unspoilt and varied landscape and we are proud of its status as an International Dark Sky Reserve. It is a wonderful place for walkers and cyclists. Lakes and rivers offer water-sports and fishing opportunities. History buffs will appreciate the chance to explore Neolithic standing stones, Iron Age hill forts, Roman ruins, Norman churches and castles and the beginnings of the Industrial Age at a World Heritage Site. The National Park is also home to Fforest Fawr, Wales' first European Geopark. Explore the Welsh Marches, Offa's Dyke and the Wye Valley, the borderlands between England and Wales. Wonderful walking and beautiful scenery forming the backdrop to stunning ruins such as Tintern Abbey, perfect for a day out with friends and family. Walk or cycle along the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal, stopping at a country pub for lunch along the way. Visit the market town of Brecon, with its market, craft shops, the canal and Rivers Usk and Honddu or Hay-on-Wye, famous for its bookshops. Hereford Cathedral still houses the Mappa Mundi. Explore the Black Mountains, Capel-y-Ffin, one of the smallest chapels in Wales. Discover Llanthony Priory, drawn and painted by Turner. Horseriding, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing, walking, cycling, golfing, climbing and fishing are just some of the activities on offer!
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      2br cottage
      • Pets Allowed
      16th Century character cottage in the historic village of Llanfihangel Crucorney. The cottage is well equipped for families or adults. We welcome everyone at Pen-y-dre including pets so you can bring all the family. We have a small animal farm with horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, ducks. rabbits. We are pet friendly so bring your four legged friend with you. We are situated in the Brecon Beacons Nartional Park, with wonderful scernery, long and short walks, bird watching, visiting historic sites, canoeing, horse riding, cycling and many more activities. It is great area for chilling out and enjoying the local food and pubs
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        Sleeping up to two people in two bedrooms, this high quality upside-down barn conversion is in an isolated location in Coed Morgan, 4 miles from Abergavenny. The Granary is a very high quality upside-down barn conversion in an isolated location in Coed Morgan, near Abergavenny. There are two ground floor bedrooms - a double room with bath and basin in the room and a separate WC, and a twin room which can also be offered as a double by prior arrangement. There is a ground floor wet room too. Upstairs is the open plan living area, with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner, and picture windows to take in the countryside views. Outside is off road parking, and two private patios with furniture, as well as a lawned area and use of the owners gardens including large wildlife pond. The Granary makes a superb year-round base for families or friends to enjoy this lovely part of Wales. Amenities: Underfloor heating from ground source heat with woodburner in sitting area. Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, iPod dock, WiFi, small selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Private patios and lawned area with garden furniture and BBQ plus shared walks around owners' large wildlife pond and woodland. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub with restaurant 1 mile. Note: Large deep wildlife pond in grounds. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Beautiful views can be enjoyed in every direction from the pretty market town of Abergavenny. The River Usk flows through the town, which offers plenty to keep every visitor happy including a castle with a museum; interesting churches; a bustling indoor market hall, and a great choice of shops, pubs and restaurants to appeal to all tastes and budgets. You'll find something different to discover everyday here – there's a wealth of fascinatingabbeys, castles, mining museums, and the Roman amphitheatre and baths nearby at Caerleon to enjoy when you come to this lovely area. The Wye Valley and the stunning Brecon Beacons offer fabulous walking, cycling and nature watching opportunities to those visitors who love the great outdoors. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Sleeping up to two people in two bedrooms, this high quality upside-down barn conversion is in an isolated location in Coed Morgan, 4 miles from Abergavenny. The Granary is a very high quality upside-down barn conversion in an isolated location in Coed Morgan, near Abergavenny. There are two ground floor bedrooms - a double room with bath and basin in the room and a separate WC, and a twin room which can also be offered as a double by prior arrangement. There is a ground floor wet room too. Upstairs is the open plan living area, with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburner, and picture windows to take in the countryside views. Outside is off road parking, and two private patios with furniture, as well as a lawned area and use of the owners gardens including large wildlife pond. The Granary makes a superb year-round base for families or friends to enjoy this lovely part of Wales. Amenities: Underfloor heating from ground source heat with woodburner in sitting area. Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, iPod dock, WiFi, small selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Private patios and lawned area with garden furniture and BBQ plus shared walks around owners' large wildlife pond and woodland. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 4 miles, pub with restaurant 1 mile. Note: Large deep wildlife pond in grounds. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Beautiful views can be enjoyed in every direction from the pretty market town of Abergavenny. The River Usk flows through the town, which offers plenty to keep every visitor happy including a castle with a museum; interesting churches; a bustling indoor market hall, and a great choice of shops, pubs and restaurants to appeal to all tastes and budgets. You'll find something different to discover everyday here – there's a wealth of fascinatingabbeys, castles, mining museums, and the Roman amphitheatre and baths nearby at Caerleon to enjoy when you come to this lovely area. The Wye Valley and the stunning Brecon Beacons offer fabulous walking, cycling and nature watching opportunities to those visitors who love the great outdoors. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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        2br cottage
        • Pets Allowed
        A warmly romantic 19th century cottage above the banks of the River Usk which offers Visit Wales officially graded five star comfort year round. Easy for both the Brecon Beacons National Park ( 10 mins) and the historic Forest of Dean ( 20 mins) as well as the glorious Wye Valley ( 10 mins) and in the heart of the magnificent Vale of Usk. . This little cottage is available and warmly heated all year. Its perfect for honeymoons, significant birthdays and just chilling out. It has two bedrooms so ideal for a couple or friends. We offer short breaks Friday to Monday or Monday to Friday at the same price ( so a free night if you can come midweek) most of the year round as well as 7 night stays or longer. There is amazing walking from the doorstep ( we are on the Usk Valley Walk and you can access the riverbank walks in 2 minutes ) and golf locally too. We actually adjoin 2 golf courses and there are 18 more in a driving radius of approx one hour including the Ryder Cup Wales 2010 course which is about 10 minutes away. The cottage is also great for sleeping, eating ( great local pub on the same lane with brilliant food , good Craft Rennaisance Centre with Cafe in walkng distance, Alics Springs Golf Club bar .restaurant in easy walking distance welcomes visitors ,and many delicious restaurants including Award winners and a Michelin Star within a few minutes drive . And of course we are rich in history. Dont miss our famous border area Castles,. Raglan and Chepstow Castle are musts as is Tintern Abbey and Hay on Wye. The World Heritage Centre of Blaenavon is about 40 minutes away and you can even go down a real coal mine. Vanilla sleeps up to 3 in 2 bedrooms but is most delightful when just for a couple. There is a 5ft bed , lavendered egyptian cotton bedlinens, a shower over the whirlpool bath, and both towels and robes are included Both bedrooms have clock radios and hairdryers, the double also hase TV/DVD and ipod dock. . We have comprehensive kitchen equipment ( double oven and grill, hob, extractor, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer ) and elsewhere 2 Satellite TVs, DVD players , unlimited WiFiincluded .2Ipod docks , Woodburner. All rooms have thermostatically controlled radiatoors with full central heating and lashings of hot water provided by a clean green air source heat pump. We are on a riverbank walk, and fishing is easily arranged. We are rural but not remote , tranquil, yet easy to reach by motorway till the last few rural miles after the M4/M50/M5. We have a fully fenced delightful cottage garden with old fashioned planting and scents, a suntrap terrace with table chairs and sun umbrella and a well behaved pet is welcome.With fantastic walking from the doors step and a woodburner to return to this is a perfect pet holiday too. (We even have a bowl and a spare lead in case you forget yours) We have private off road parking for one car. Visiting pamper therapies can call at the cottage by appointment so you only need lift a finget to have it painted -and the various supermarkets will deliver. groceries . Vanilla is proud to have been Runner up best in Wales 2003 and 2007 It is sister cottage to the 2010 Winner i of best Place to Stay in Wales n the same ownership. All three of our cottages operate to the same Green ethos. In 2015 we won Best Visitor Welcome at the National Tourism Awards In 2015 we won Best Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Business at the Monmouthshire Business Awards We offer Indulgent Short breaks or whole weeks and credit cards are accepted. If you can get away midweek we offer a 4th night free for the same price as a three night weekend break. Vanilla is one of three family owned and run holiday cottages in this our stunning home area. If you would like to know more just ask. Immaculate. Convenient. Vanilla. Come see! There are no taxes or normal cleaning fees in addition to our rental charges. When we quote a short break price this is a 3 night weekend rate or 4 nights midweek for two people The price is for up to three nights Or 4 nights midweek. . It is a very inclusive short break price. Please ask us for full details of all that is included. Pets are welcome and are charged at ÂŁ15 per short break or ÂŁ25 per full week per pet. Please note that the standard rate the system asks us to show is an average rate over the year. Each week has its own price and we are happy to confirm all prices to you in writing. Some will be more than this and some less! We look forward to welcoming you Above the banks of the picturesque River Usk. Adjoining two golf courses and a nature reserve. Secluded and peaceful but not isolated. This cottage is about 15 minutes drive from Tintern and the magnificent Wye Calley and in the opposite direction 10 minutes by car will take you to Abergavenny. pretty market town witha brilliant International Food Festival. and gateway to the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Usk ( 5 mins drive) is a beautiful and historic little place with a great reputation for its summer floral displays and excellent summer and winter festivals. Great range of pubs and eateries plus the unmissable Castle! . Winner of Britain in Bloom for many years even the Fish and Chip shop has hanging baskets! Whether your choice is visiting castles, Abbeys, Museums, walking or fishing this cottage is perfectly located. In addition we are a superbly convenient location for playing Golf. The Ryder Cup courses are 10 minutes drive by car, there is a golf course right next door - and 20 within a one hour radius. Amazing. If watching sport is your preference drive ( 45 mins) or take a train from Abergavenny to Cardiff where the Millennium stadium with its international matches awaits you as does world class shopping, opera, concerts and the Dr Who exhibition.. Come and see! We have off road parking for one large car. There is no bus service and taxis tend to be expensive so we strongly recommend a car or cycles for this cottage. There are trains From Abergavenny ( approx 6 miles). Walking is wonderful and varied and right from the doorstep or drive a little way for a huge cariety of scenery depending which direction you choose..
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        1br house
          Coed y Gelli is a delightful conversion on an old cow byre which retains plenty of original charm and character with open beams, a four poster bed, a wood burner and generously spacious accommodation. Located in a lovely rural location five miles from the bustling market town of Abergavenny on the owner's working stud farm close to Llanarth, the property is decorated and furnished to a very high standard throughout. A lovely romantic retreat, Coed y Gelli offers accommodation including one double bedroom, and an open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is a pretty garden to enjoy, and the cottage's proximity to many walks and attractions makes this a wonderful location for a 'get away from it all' break. Amenities: Oil central heating with storage heaters and woodburner in sitting area. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD player, music player, WiFi, small library of books and games. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Fenced off garden area with furniture and BBQ, plus shared use of owner's large lawned garden with unfenced pond, furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 5 miles, pub 2 miles. Note: Babes-in-arms only. Note: Working stud farm. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Abergavenny is a pretty market town nestled within seven surrounding mountains. The River Usk flows through the town, adding to the lovely views in all directions. Abergavenny offers many attractions to its visitors, including a castle with its own museum, churches, great shops, an indoor market hall, and a fabulous selection of pubs and restaurants for all tastes and budgets. The Wye Valley, the breathtaking Brecon Beacons and the Brecon Canal all offer beautifully scenic walking and cycling opportunities, and are within easy reach of the town. There are also abbeys, castles, the Roman amphitheatre and baths at Caeleon and mining museums close by, giving you new things to discover on every day of your trip. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. Coed y Gelli is a delightful conversion on an old cow byre which retains plenty of original charm and character with open beams, a four poster bed, a wood burner and generously spacious accommodation. Located in a lovely rural location five miles from the bustling market town of Abergavenny on the owner's working stud farm close to Llanarth, the property is decorated and furnished to a very high standard throughout. A lovely romantic retreat, Coed y Gelli offers accommodation including one double bedroom, and an open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is a pretty garden to enjoy, and the cottage's proximity to many walks and attractions makes this a wonderful location for a 'get away from it all' break. Amenities: Oil central heating with storage heaters and woodburner in sitting area. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD player, music player, WiFi, small library of books and games. Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Fenced off garden area with furniture and BBQ, plus shared use of owner's large lawned garden with unfenced pond, furniture and BBQ. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 5 miles, pub 2 miles. Note: Babes-in-arms only. Note: Working stud farm. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Abergavenny is a pretty market town nestled within seven surrounding mountains. The River Usk flows through the town, adding to the lovely views in all directions. Abergavenny offers many attractions to its visitors, including a castle with its own museum, churches, great shops, an indoor market hall, and a fabulous selection of pubs and restaurants for all tastes and budgets. The Wye Valley, the breathtaking Brecon Beacons and the Brecon Canal all offer beautifully scenic walking and cycling opportunities, and are within easy reach of the town. There are also abbeys, castles, the Roman amphitheatre and baths at Caeleon and mining museums close by, giving you new things to discover on every day of your trip. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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          4br house
            This four bedroom property, situated close to Abergavenny, is able to sleep up to eight people in total. Positioned in open countryside, this cottage has been lovingly created from an old barn on the owner's working sheep farm. Close to the hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid and just three miles from Abergavenny, this property is full of character and retains many original beams, a large entrance hall, a spacious sitting room and a great games room. The cottage also boasts two beautiful wooden spiral staircases, allowing private access to one of the master bedrooms. The amenities of both Llanddewi Skirrid and Abergavenny are within easy reach, making this four bedroom property an ideal holiday destination. Amenities: Oil central heating with underfloor heating on ground floor, radiators on 1st floor & electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, Wii, stereo/CD, WiFi, DVDs/games/books. Fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Cot, highchair & stairgates. Off road parking for 3 cars. Patio with furniture & BBQ, large lawned area with mini football pitch. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop 2.5 miles, pub 3 miles. Note: Sloping ceilings so limited headroom in main bathroom & all bedrooms. Note: Last 0.1 miles to property is down a single farm track, unsuitable for low suspension vehicles. Note: No stag/hen or similar. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Famous for The Walnut Tree restaurant, the small hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid is set amidst stunning countryside. Overlooked by Skirrid Mountain, the village is also well placed for the Brecon Beacons National Park. With such impressive scenery, the region is packed with excellent walks and cycling routes whilst food-lovers will enjoy a trip to the Fox Hunter restaurant. Just three miles away is the market town of Abergavenny, set along the banks of the River Usk. This pretty town boasts a castle, museum, churches, and an indoor market hall in addition to good shops and a multitude of pubs and restaurants. Visitors can enjoy a trip to the Wye Valley, or take a walk along the Brecon Canal. Additional amenities include: game room, cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This four bedroom property, situated close to Abergavenny, is able to sleep up to eight people in total. Positioned in open countryside, this cottage has been lovingly created from an old barn on the owner's working sheep farm. Close to the hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid and just three miles from Abergavenny, this property is full of character and retains many original beams, a large entrance hall, a spacious sitting room and a great games room. The cottage also boasts two beautiful wooden spiral staircases, allowing private access to one of the master bedrooms. The amenities of both Llanddewi Skirrid and Abergavenny are within easy reach, making this four bedroom property an ideal holiday destination. Amenities: Oil central heating with underfloor heating on ground floor, radiators on 1st floor & electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 5 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, Wii, stereo/CD, WiFi, DVDs/games/books. Fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Cot, highchair & stairgates. Off road parking for 3 cars. Patio with furniture & BBQ, large lawned area with mini football pitch. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop 2.5 miles, pub 3 miles. Note: Sloping ceilings so limited headroom in main bathroom & all bedrooms. Note: Last 0.1 miles to property is down a single farm track, unsuitable for low suspension vehicles. Note: No stag/hen or similar. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Famous for The Walnut Tree restaurant, the small hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid is set amidst stunning countryside. Overlooked by Skirrid Mountain, the village is also well placed for the Brecon Beacons National Park. With such impressive scenery, the region is packed with excellent walks and cycling routes whilst food-lovers will enjoy a trip to the Fox Hunter restaurant. Just three miles away is the market town of Abergavenny, set along the banks of the River Usk. This pretty town boasts a castle, museum, churches, and an indoor market hall in addition to good shops and a multitude of pubs and restaurants. Visitors can enjoy a trip to the Wye Valley, or take a walk along the Brecon Canal. Additional amenities include: game room, cooker.
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            2br house
              This welcoming apartment is situated in the village of Pandy near Abergavenny and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. The Granary is a welcoming, modern apartment in the village of Pandy, six mikes from Abergavenny. Set over the first floor, this cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double and one zip/link twin, as well as a single day bed on an attic style landing. This apartment also has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area, as well as off road parking, a front lawned area and a decked balcony. The Granary is ideally situated for the many walks and cycle routes that can be found in the area. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Bike storage. Decked balcony with furniture, plus front lawned garden. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 8 mins walk. Note: Fishing can be arranged on the River Honddu, please contact the owner for more information. Note: Apartment accessed via 14 external wooden stairs to decked area. Note: Owner lives in a ground floor apartment below this property. Note: Road noise can be heard from outside the property. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This welcoming apartment is situated in the village of Pandy near Abergavenny and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. The Granary is a welcoming, modern apartment in the village of Pandy, six mikes from Abergavenny. Set over the first floor, this cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms, consisting of one double and one zip/link twin, as well as a single day bed on an attic style landing. This apartment also has an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area, as well as off road parking, a front lawned area and a decked balcony. The Granary is ideally situated for the many walks and cycle routes that can be found in the area. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Bike storage. Decked balcony with furniture, plus front lawned garden. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 8 mins walk. Note: Fishing can be arranged on the River Honddu, please contact the owner for more information. Note: Apartment accessed via 14 external wooden stairs to decked area. Note: Owner lives in a ground floor apartment below this property. Note: Road noise can be heard from outside the property. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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              2br house
              • Pets Allowed
              This cosy cottage, surrounded by working farmland and walks, adjacent to the owners B&B;, on the edge of the hamlet of The Bryn, is just a short walk to the village of Penpergwm and close to the popular town of Abergavenny, and can sleep four people in two Rectory Cottage is a cosy cottage, surrounded by working farmland and walks, adjacent to the owners B&B;, on the edge of the hamlet of The Bryn. The cottage is just a short walk to the village of Penpergwm and close to the popular town of Abergavenny and can sleep four people. This all ground floor cottage has a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a room with adult bunk beds, a separate basin and WC and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is off road parking, bike storage available, a courtyard garden with patio and furniture which leads to a communal garden area. Rectory Cottage is a lovely base for your holiday. Amenities: Gas central heating. Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, use of washing machine can be arranged directly with owner, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 6 cars. Bike storage available. Courtyard garden with patio and furniture, leading to communal garden area. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Village shop (open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-11am) and pub 8 mins walk. Note: Main bathroom accessed through double room only. Note: Due to the property's rural location, WiFi signal is intermittent. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Boasting a castle with its own museum, beautiful churches, an indoor market hall, and a great choice of shops and restaurants, the pretty market town of Abergavenny has plenty to offer its visitors. Nestling amid seven surrounding mountains and with the River Usk flowing through it, the town affords lovely views wherever you look. The Black Mountains, the breathtaking Brecon Beacons and the local countryside have so much to offer to lovers of the outdoors, including fabulous walking, biking and climbing opportunities, and the River Usk is abundant in fish for those who like nothing more than spending their time relaxing by the riverside with a few casts of the rod. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This cosy cottage, surrounded by working farmland and walks, adjacent to the owners B&B, on the edge of the hamlet of The Bryn, is just a short walk to the village of Penpergwm and close to the popular town of Abergavenny, and can sleep four people in two Rectory Cottage is a cosy cottage, surrounded by working farmland and walks, adjacent to the owners B&B, on the edge of the hamlet of The Bryn. The cottage is just a short walk to the village of Penpergwm and close to the popular town of Abergavenny and can sleep four people. This all ground floor cottage has a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a room with adult bunk beds, a separate basin and WC and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is off road parking, bike storage available, a courtyard garden with patio and furniture which leads to a communal garden area. Rectory Cottage is a lovely base for your holiday. Amenities: Gas central heating. Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, use of washing machine can be arranged directly with owner, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 6 cars. Bike storage available. Courtyard garden with patio and furniture, leading to communal garden area. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Village shop (open Mon-Fri, 8:30am-11am) and pub 8 mins walk. Note: Main bathroom accessed through double room only. Note: Due to the property's rural location, WiFi signal is intermittent. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Boasting a castle with its own museum, beautiful churches, an indoor market hall, and a great choice of shops and restaurants, the pretty market town of Abergavenny has plenty to offer its visitors. Nestling amid seven surrounding mountains and with the River Usk flowing through it, the town affords lovely views wherever you look. The Black Mountains, the breathtaking Brecon Beacons and the local countryside have so much to offer to lovers of the outdoors, including fabulous walking, biking and climbing opportunities, and the River Usk is abundant in fish for those who like nothing more than spending their time relaxing by the riverside with a few casts of the rod. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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              1br house
              • Pets Allowed
              A detached, ground floor lodge-style cottage in the village of Pandy, South East Wales, with one double bedroom. The Lodge, Lower Trefdw is a wonderful, romantic retreat in the village of Pandy, on the Offa's Dyke Path. The cottage is detached and on the ground floor, with one double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. There is also an open plan living area with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area, while outside is off road parking for two cars and a private, enclosed garden with furniture, so you can enjoy alfresco dining together under the stars with a bottle of wine.The Lodge, Lower Trefdw is a great base for walking and exploring this wonderful corner of Wales. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Bike storage. Private enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 8 mins walk. Note: Fishing can be arranged on the River Honddu, please contact the owner for more information. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. A detached, ground floor lodge-style cottage in the village of Pandy, South East Wales, with one double bedroom. The Lodge, Lower Trefdw is a wonderful, romantic retreat in the village of Pandy, on the Offa's Dyke Path. The cottage is detached and on the ground floor, with one double bedroom with an en-suite shower room. There is also an open plan living area with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area, while outside is off road parking for two cars and a private, enclosed garden with furniture, so you can enjoy alfresco dining together under the stars with a bottle of wine.The Lodge, Lower Trefdw is a great base for walking and exploring this wonderful corner of Wales. Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 2 cars. Bike storage. Private enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 1 mile, pub 8 mins walk. Note: Fishing can be arranged on the River Honddu, please contact the owner for more information. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Additional amenities include: cooker.
              barn
              Excellent
              12 reviews
              2br barn
                Comfortable and spacious recently converted barn in the grounds of a former vicarage. Great location between Abergavenny and Monmouth and on the border of the Brecon Beacons and the Wye Valley. The Barn provides accommodation for four people with two bedrooms -one double, one twin. Great for families, with fabulous views, flat screen Freesat TV, DVD, WiFi, board games, books and games table. We also offer facilities for walkers and cyclists with safe storage for bikes. Grass tennis and badminton courts are available for our guests, we have rackets you are welcome to borrow. We accept the following methods of payment Bank transfer Cheque Abergavenny is a traditional market town known for its annual Food Festival each September and for its excellent local restaurants such the The Walnut Tree and celebrity chef Stephen Terry's The Hardwick... which is 5 minute drive away. Local attractions include the excellent Big Pit where you take a trip down a welsh coal mine or climb the magnificent hills that surround the town. Hay-on- Wye well known for its literary festival is within easy driving distance. Comfortable and spacious recently converted barn in the grounds of a former vicarage. Great location between Abergavenny and Monmouth and within easy reach of the Brecon Beacons.The Barn provides accommodation for four people with two bedrooms -one double, one twin. A welcome pack which will include home made bread and cake,butter, eggs and milk.
                barn
                Excellent
                3 reviews
                2br barn
                  A converted stone barn set at the foot of the Black Mountains in rural Herefordshire. Situated on the banks of the River Monnow with access to many public footpaths including the famous Black Hill, Offa's Dyke, the Brecon Beacons National Park and the famous literacy town of Hay on Wye. The area is surrounded by farm land with an abundance of wildlife maiking a superb base for Walking, Bird watching, Horse riding, Mountain biking and Golf. There are numerous pubs and restaurants in the surrounding area including a local fully licensed farm restaurant within 1 mile and a well stocked shop in the next village, 3 miles away. Craswall is situated in the Golden Valley, 18 miles from Hereford, 14 miles from Abergavenny and 7 miles from Hay on Wye
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                  1br house
                    This semi-detached barn conversion is on a working farm in Llanddewi Skirrid near Abergavenny, and sleeps up to four people in one bedroom plus a sofabed in the living room. The Byre is set on the owners' working farm in Llanddewi Skirrid, 3 miles from Abergavenny, close to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains. This lovely cottage has a lower ground floor double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. Upstairs, yet still on the 'ground floor', is an open plan living area with underfloor heating and a well-equipped kitchen, sitting area and dining area. Outside can be found off road parking and a patio with furniture. With plenty of walks, cycle trails, castles, villages, tearooms and glorious countryside, The Byre is as suited to walkers and intrepid out-doors types as it is couples in search of a romantic escape. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Patio area with furniture. Sorry, no pets in cottage, though one dog is welcome in outside kennel only. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 miles. Restaurant 1 mile. Note: Owner can offer stabling facilities for guests' horses by prior arrangement. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: The Welsh hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid lies amid lovely countryside, 3 miles from Abergavenny, close to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. The famous Walnut Tree restaurant can be found here, and more fine dining at The Fox Hunter restaurant is just a short drive away. Walkers will enjoy the variety of trails around the countryside and up Skirrid Mountain, which is the most easterly peak in the Brecon Beacons. Abergavenny has amenities including shops, pubs and tearooms, while the Wye Valley, abbeys and castles can all be found in this beautiful region. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This semi-detached barn conversion is on a working farm in Llanddewi Skirrid near Abergavenny, and sleeps up to four people in one bedroom plus a sofabed in the living room. The Byre is set on the owners' working farm in Llanddewi Skirrid, 3 miles from Abergavenny, close to the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains. This lovely cottage has a lower ground floor double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. Upstairs, yet still on the 'ground floor', is an open plan living area with underfloor heating and a well-equipped kitchen, sitting area and dining area. Outside can be found off road parking and a patio with furniture. With plenty of walks, cycle trails, castles, villages, tearooms and glorious countryside, The Byre is as suited to walkers and intrepid out-doors types as it is couples in search of a romantic escape. Amenities: Oil underfloor heating. Electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Patio area with furniture. Sorry, no pets in cottage, though one dog is welcome in outside kennel only. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 3 miles. Restaurant 1 mile. Note: Owner can offer stabling facilities for guests' horses by prior arrangement. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: The Welsh hamlet of Llanddewi Skirrid lies amid lovely countryside, 3 miles from Abergavenny, close to the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. The famous Walnut Tree restaurant can be found here, and more fine dining at The Fox Hunter restaurant is just a short drive away. Walkers will enjoy the variety of trails around the countryside and up Skirrid Mountain, which is the most easterly peak in the Brecon Beacons. Abergavenny has amenities including shops, pubs and tearooms, while the Wye Valley, abbeys and castles can all be found in this beautiful region. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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                    3br house
                      This detached cottage is located in the village of Govilon near Abergavenny and can sleep sixpeople in three bedrooms. Penrose Cottage is a detached cottage sitting on a hillside in the village of Govilon, just three miles from Abergavenny in the Brecon Beacons. The cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms (one double with an ensuite, one twin with an ensuite and one single with a pull out bed). The cottage also contains a wet room, a fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside the cottage is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed lawned garden with outdoor furniture. Set in stunning countryside, Penrose Cottage is an ideal location from which to explore this part of Wales. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 4 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile down steep road. Note: Open raised fish pond next to drive, children to be supervised at all times. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Govilon is a village with a shop and pub/restaurant just 3 miles from Abergavenny. The area offers walks through the Wye Valley, along the Brecon Canal or through the breathtaking Brecon Beacons. The market town of Abergavenny boasts a castle with its own museum, churches, an indoor market hall, good shops and a multitude of pubs and restaurants. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This detached cottage is located in the village of Govilon near Abergavenny and can sleep sixpeople in three bedrooms. Penrose Cottage is a detached cottage sitting on a hillside in the village of Govilon, just three miles from Abergavenny in the Brecon Beacons. The cottage sleeps six people in three bedrooms (one double with an ensuite, one twin with an ensuite and one single with a pull out bed). The cottage also contains a wet room, a fitted kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside the cottage is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed lawned garden with outdoor furniture. Set in stunning countryside, Penrose Cottage is an ideal location from which to explore this part of Wales. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven, halogen hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 4 x TVs with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Off road parking for 2 cars. Large, enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 1 mile down steep road. Note: Open raised fish pond next to drive, children to be supervised at all times. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Town: Govilon is a village with a shop and pub/restaurant just 3 miles from Abergavenny. The area offers walks through the Wye Valley, along the Brecon Canal or through the breathtaking Brecon Beacons. The market town of Abergavenny boasts a castle with its own museum, churches, an indoor market hall, good shops and a multitude of pubs and restaurants. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                      cottage
                      2br cottage
                      • Pets Allowed
                      Rectory Cottage is a two bedroom self-catering modern cottage in the grounds of the 17th Century Old Rectory Bed & Breakfast. It is in an excellent location between Abergavenny, Raglan and Monmouth. The cottage has one double bedroom and one small bunk bedroom with adult sized beds.The cottage has a private patio area with seating, a BBQ and a wok firepit. The patio leads onto the secure back garden with a trampoline and other outdoor toys for your children's use. We are very happy to accept dogs as long as they do not sleep on the carpeted areas or on the beds. There are chickens in the garden that can be shut away should they need to be. Egg collecting is encouraged but not chicken chasing!The cottage is well equipped with a 37� flat-screen television, DVD player and plenty of board games and toys. We provide washing and drying facilities in the main house, a secure room for a bicycle and a freezer for a fish. Please note that although the cottage has wifi, the connection, due to our location, can be tempermental. We are very happy for guests to come into the main house to use a stronger connection.We pride ourselves in ensuring that you have a relaxed and enjoyable stay. You will be provided with a welcome pack on arrival which consists of milk, homemade bread and our own eggs. The cottage itself is well equipped with everything to make your stay with us as easy and hassle free as possible. All linen is provided and should you require one, we can provide a travel cot and a high-chair.Rectory Cottage is situated 600ft from the River Usk. The river edge is a Public footpath along the beautiful Usk Valley Walk. The cottage is within easy reach of the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons National Park, Offa's Dyke, Llanthony Valley and the Wye Valley and we are also moments from Route 42 cycle route.For food enthusiasts the Abergavenny Food Festival is held in September for which tickets need to be booked in advance. Also we are 5 minutes from Chef Stephen Terry's Restaurant, The Hardwick, and also only 20 minutes from the well known Restaurants, The Walnut Tree Inn where Shaun Hill is the chef and The Foxhunter. There are many delightful pubs within a few miles of the house too.Some quotes from our visitors book:"The cottage was superior with touches of real class. The owners were delightful hosts, so much so that I wish our break was never to end. Thanks a million for a wonderful time, we will be seeing you again soon." Jeanine, Gary & Frankie"Thank you so much for a lovely stay and a warm welcome. Josh loved it here and we couldn't have found a nicer person than you Liz!" Marianne, Tim & Josh"We've loved every minute - this cottage "Rocks" and so do you!" Jenny & Lindy"Beautiful cottage and the best equipped we've ever stayed in. Tim (& our dog), loved the trampoline and garden and we loved the chickens." Lee, Kat, Jack & Noah"Probably the best equipped and furnished cottage we have ever stayed in. The children loved playing in the garden with dog." Lee, Kate, Olivia and David"Wonderful stay, cottage made us cosy and warm after walking the dogs. Chickens were friendly and we loved the cats and dogs." Molly, Haran, Stephen, plus Izzy & Dylan the Dogs"Brilliant time, fabulous hosts who made us feel part of the family. We'll be back and would highly recommend." Neil, Jane, Molly, Neave & Tilly the dog"Best wedding anniversary! Really looked after and made to feel welcome. Beautiful holiday cottage, well equipped. Our dog, Molly, loved it too!" Mr & Mrs Newton"May we come again please!" Rienke and Barry Breakfast is available whilst staying in the cottage for an additional £7.50 per person per morning. Secluded it may be, but we're only a few minutes drive from the bustling market town of Abergavenny (the self-proclaimed 'Gateway to Wales') and the historic town of Monmouth. A newly converted, wonderfully equipped, child and pet friendly, 2 bedroom cottage moments from the River Usk. Ideally located for cycling, walking, fishing and gastronomic enthusiasts, within easy reach of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and have no specific changeover day.
                      cottage
                      1br cottage
                        Swallows Nest cottage was a Cow shed, store room and pig sty, but has been tastefully converted into a comfortable holiday home, which has a fully fitted kitchen, large lounge, a double bedroom and a bathroom with shower over the bath. The lounge has a Freeview TV, DVD and Video players, CD player and radio. Outside is a large quiet area with seating and a good outlook. There is also a barbeque. If you are looking for a quiet and relaxing break,this is just up your street, and if your are feeling more energetic there are plenty of walks around the area, and also The Sugar Loaf, Skirrid and Blorenge mountains for different levels of walking, from fairly relaxed to much more lively. Walking in this area is very popular, but we also have many very fine Restaurants, including The Hardwick (5 mInutes walk away) The Walnut Tree, 1861, The Foxhunter at Nantyderry, and The Bear at Crickhowell to name just a few.
                        cottage
                        Good
                        14 reviews
                        1br cottage
                          Cosy one bedroom cottages based on a Vineyard at the foot of Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergavenny. Fantastic scenery , great walks and a local pub/resultant on your doorstep. A relaxing rural retreat with Abergavenny town close by. Plenty of walks from your doorstep, lots to see and do and some great places to eat.
                          cottage
                          3br cottage
                          • Pets Allowed
                          Families bring your kids on an outdoor adventure and enjoy our wonderful array of traditional toys and hand crafted tree-house! BABYSITTING service available from qualified early years teacher. Well behaved doggies are most welcome visitors here too! DESCRIPTION: The Apple Garden is a delightful 15th century boutique cottage retreat in the Black Mountains. Set in an acre of secluded apple orchard, it is a lovely country hideaway for those seeking a special setting for romance or celebration, The Apple Garden is also ideal for families with children, with its fantastic tree-house, children's sand pit, swing and generous collection of hand made, traditional toys and games. What's more, the cottage owner is a qualified early years teacher and is happy to babysit for you if you fancy a romantic night out at one of Abergavenny's rather special restaurants such as The Walnut Tree or The Hardwicke! The cottage is located on a small lane just a mile from the friendly village of Longtown in the beautiful Black Mountains between Hereford and Abergavenny. Set amidst stunning walking country, Longtown is famous for its award winning shop, 12th Century Norman Castle, country pub and laid back, friendly atmosphere The private acre of enclosed orchard garden offers a wonderful, safe space for children and dogs to enjoy. Pets are really welcome here with fantastic walks for dog owners straight from the cottage door. We can even accommodate horses for you at our farm ten minutes drive away. Fishing is available by day pass a short walk down the hill from the cottage, pony trekking in the stunning neighbouring valley of Llanthony or for those seeking more of a thrill - quad biking and hover-crafting at nearby Craswall or Paintballing at Ewyas Harold are both just a five - ten minute drive away...The delightful town of Hay-on Wye, famous for its old bookshops, funky organic cafes and cool, quirky music and arts venue 'The Globe', is a short and breathtaking 20 minute drive across the mountains...absolute bliss to enjoy the early morning sunshine up on Hay Bluff and then roll down into town for breakfast.... NOTE: PLEASE CHECK YOUR SPAM BOX FOR MY REPLIES, MY EMAILS ARE NOT NECESSARILY REACHING ALL ENQUIRERS!! PLEASE CONTACT ME FOR ACCURATE PRICE FOR YOUR DATES. MINIMUM BOOKING OF THREE NIGHTS FOR GUESTS LOOKING TO COME IN JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST 2015. THANK YOU. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * GUEST BOOK: SEE US ALSO ON TRIP ADVISOR! Jan 18th-19th 2015 We have had such an incredible time at The Apple Garden!! It has been the most amazing birthday and I have loved every second! The cottage and all your thoughtful extras are simply outstanding!! The bath is great! (I had two!) It was great that we could bring Nero (the dog) with is too and all your little treats for him were great! Thank you SO, SO, SO, SO much for everything! Love Dee (Roz, Steve, Matty, Aimee, Ellie and Dog) Janaury 2015 We sat in the warmth of the kitchen enjoying our hamper of freshly baked bread,butter,raspberry jam,a pot of our favourite tea and a slice of a delightfully moist carrot cake. The wind howled around the cottage but we felt safe and warm by the log fire. Fluffy towels and hand made soaps for us to use and relax in the bath,in the glow of the candles soon had the stresses of work drift away. We slept soundly each night in a clean crisp white sheets in a quaint little room ,cosy and warm. It's now time to go home after a long weekend,where we have visited"Hay-on-Wye. where I got a cookery book for my collection from"Booths".We stopped in "Crickhowell" where we had coffee and browsed around the lovely selection of shops., we popped into abergavenny where I was able to get a skein of yarn hand dyed and spun locally from "The Woolcroft".We have enjoyed our walks with our little dog Bobby. This has been a very restful retreat for our anniversary. Many thanks Sarah 9th Jan 2015 OH WOW!! What a cottage! Welcomed by a fire and a cake! Everything was so cosy and cute and lovely! Amazing few days, wintry walk up the Black Hill, tea and scones in Hay on Wye! Wonderful hospitality, would recommend to everyone and anyone! Love, Fi, Kafwin, Sarah, Stew and Bea from Bath 29th December 2014- 2nd January 2015 Just what we all needed, a lovely few days in this lovely cottage. We had so much planned to do, but in the end just relaxed in front of the log fire and chilled out - wonderful! Cannot believe how good we all feel. Cottage was so warm, cosy, well equipped and that LOVELY BED!! Thank you so much for the lovely welcome hamper and all the little extras that you provided. Love to come again, must come again. Lesley, George, Victoria and Andrew xxxxxx Christmas 2014 What a warm, cosy, lovely cottage to spend Christmas with family. Big enogh to fit all of us, yet small enough to be snuggly warm. Your decorations set ups up for a beautiful holiday. Being from America...loved the stone cottage with exposed beams - thought I was in a Hobbit house!! Wonderful memories from a very special holiday. Mary Ann with Shanna, Bea, Beryl and Brandon. 4th- 7th December 2014 To Sarah, Jeremy and Jack. This was our first familly holiday since our son got married and I could have wished for anything more. your beautiful cottage was 5 STAR in every way, the comfort was very high on our list. You have thought of everything and literally EVERYTHING - even though we did not need half of these things, you have catered from pets to the children to the adults. You welcome basket was so thoughtful, you took into consideration our diets and advised us about the local area. I would and will be recommending you strongly to all we meet and hope that we will be making a second visit to your wonderful cottage soon. Thank you for coming to sort out the dryer at a very late hour. Harmunder and Darwinder, Bhupinder and Charndish PS Thank you for all the little quirks and surprises that were here waiting for us (like the little chocolates!) Manpreet xxx 1st December 2014 Thank you so much for the sharing such a lovely cottage and for all the thoughtful little touches. It is one of the BEST COTTAGES we have stayed in. Jim, Mary, Andrew, Katherine, Kieron, Kim and Cassie x 23rd November 2014 What a special place to stay, relax and recuperate. Our few days here made a very close group even closer. We felt very welcome and cosy. Fabulous! Thanks a million. Jen, Sarah, Tivy, Rocky and Samantha xx October, 2014 "Only disappointment is that we couldn't stay longer! We have stayed in many holiday cottages over the years and this one really is a cut above the rest. The little extras, the hamper, the flowers, the delicious chocolates, the fresh towels, the handmade soaps all make the cottage something really special." 3rd- 7th November 2014 Thank you very much, what a fab place to stay! It was everything we hoped for and more. The welcome basket and gorgeous chocolate cake was great, thank you Sarah. The cottage is so warm and cosy, we are really chilled and relaxed after our stay. I am sure it must be beautiful in the summertime. Would love to come back.Clive would love to live here! Thank you. Jayne, Clive and Molly ( choc.lab) 19th- 25th September 2014 A lovely cottage with excellent facilities. The biggest bonus for us was the cleanliness: this is the CLEANEST holiday home we have visited. Everyone enjoyed themselves and the home from home touches make it a perfect place. Rhiannon, Adrian, Bethany, Ian, Isobel and Zoe 22nd- 29th August 2014 We have had a wonderful family holiday at 'The Apple Garden' - a quaint home full of history and charm. The little extras provided were much appreciated and OH.. such comfortable beds!! The gardens provided a place to relax as well as play family ball games. The tree house and swing delighted the children. The winding lanes provided thrills and great food for thought...Last but not least, we shall remember for a very long time our evenings spent before a lovely log burner, discussing and laughing about our days outing. With many thanks, Joan and Keith, Vanessa, Paul, Aaron and Lewis 8th-22nd August 2014 Where do we start?! The garden? The stars at night? The lovely flowers, veg and provisions? We really have had an amazing time, completing walks every day with the children - they even managed the Sugar Loaf! Their best bits were the gardens, swing, tree house, football and musical instruments - they formed a band one rainy afternoon! The Longtown show was a fab day out, our son won a few races and a share of the prize money from the skittles. The dog enjoyed all the attention, the fresh air and wonderful walks from the door. Waking up to the gentle moo-ing has been making me smile, especially when I hear my husband talking to the cows through the hedge! Can't thank you enough for your hospitality and sharing this wonderful place with us. Hope to see you again, Love from Alan, Laura, Joseph, Eloise and Vida xx PS The Crown at Pantegelli was superb as was the ice cream at Rowelstone - Worth the walk! We've stayed in a few cottages over the years but this is the real deal. Fantastic cottage in a beautiful location. The finishing touches around the cottage are lovely as was our special Easter welcome basket. You were very welcoming and so was your lovely doggie Noodle. Thank you for allowing us to bring Jenson (our kitten) he settled in quickly and when not sleeping had a great time. The garden and history of the cottage make it extra special. The night sky with the stars and clear sky was amazing! Perfect way to escape crazy city life. Thank you. Amanda and Dave (Manchester) And even our Doggie Guests seem to very happy.....from our Doggie Guest Book: 1st- 4th June 2014 Had a wonderful time here, really enjoyed playing in the gardens. Having the whole garden to myself was great (as I'm not very sociable with other dogs!) so I don't get that much freedom on walks. Thanks for the treats! I have felt very happy and relaxed here and would love to come back. I have worn myself out, so am going home for rest now Taz (Greyhound) 6th- 13th June 2014 I have had a lovely time playing in the garden. Feel very happy and relaxed. Gone a whole week without barking! Stan xx 7th- 11 July 2014 Even though I've got a bad leg I've still enjoyed the garden and I'm green with eny that I can't play in Jack's Treehouse. I've decided I'll remind my family to come back when my leg is better and sneak in when nobody's looking! Bertie (Golden Retriever) 21- 25th July 2014 Totally exhausted after a load of lovely walks - highlight the ice cream that came my way after walking Pen-y-Fan! Cat's Back great too but disappointingly no cat! Thanks for the treats, bed and garden, Loved it! Barney 25th July - 1st August 2014 I liked the garden and the long walks in the area. The Long garden was perfect for my sprints and chasing the ball. Thank you very much. Love Sky The Whippet PS Thank you for the treats! 1st - 4th August 2014 Feeling very tired as had some lovely walks and enjoyed exploring the gardens. Found some streams so lots of water fun - perfect. Thank you Gertie (Labradoodle) 8th- 22nd August 2014 Had the most fun ever running laps of the garden with my brother and sister! I enjoyed looking for squirrels, chewing unripe plums and eating grass too! I've been running around the local area with my Mum and been walked all over including the Sugar Loaf - when can I come back? Thank you! Vida xxx (The Hungarian Vizla) GUEST BOOK: Easter 2014 We've stayed in a few cottages over the years but this is the real deal. Fantastic cottage in a beautiful location. The finishing touches around the cottage are lovely as was our special Easter welcome basket. You were very welcoming and so was Noodle. Thank you for allowing us to bring Jenson(our kitten) he settled in quickly and when not sleeping had a great time. The garden and history of the cottage make it extra special. The night sky with the stars and clear sky was amazing! Perfect way to escape crazy city life. Thank you. Amanda and Dave (Manchester) Good Friday Dear Sarah, I had a wonderful time at The Apple Garden. Me and my brother really enjoyed playing in the tree house. Thank you for putting up the swing for us. Laura (Aged 10) Dear Sarah, I had a the best time on the swing. The football was really good and thank you for the Pogo stick. The tree house was amazing, fun and high! From Sam (Aged 7) We've had a fantastic week, great walks, great cycling and lovely pub food at The Bridge at Michaelchurch. One of our favourite trips was walking to the top of the hill from Llanthony Priory - lots of horses for the children to pat and an incredible view from the top. We'd also recommend walking to the top of Black Hill, Hay Bluff and Sugar Loaf Mountain - all are easy with children ( provided you bring enough chocolate!) Thank you for letting us stay in your beautiful cottage. We've had the best holiday in years and hope to be back again one day. Love from Deb, Theo, Laura and Sam PS The Fish and Chips at Ewyas Harold are excellent!! 29th dec - 3rd jan 2013 We have had a fantastic stay in your gorgeous, characterful cottage over the New Year. We really appreciated all the effort that has been put into making the cottage so comfortable and guest friendly! Due to the wet weather we've spent lots of time hanging out by the fire although we have managed a couple of walks - we really enjoyed Llanthony Abbey today. Thanks also for the lovely hamper of goodies! We'd love to come back soon and thanks again. Happy New Year! Susie, Jon, Bella, Fia and Rosa. 9th Jan 2014 Thank you so much, been a lovely evening and the cottage was perfect! Thank you for the hamper! I hope it is all clean and pretty again. Thank you so much, Lily xx Thanks so much, I have had such a nice time here. The hamper was so nice..I hope to come back soon. Thanks again, Charlie xx THANK YOU! Had a really lovely stay, such an amazing house and a stunning location. Views made the morning a whole lot easier! (And a very comfy sofa too ) Many thanks and hope to be back soon. Jack xxx 24th - 29th Jan 2014 The Apple Garden is a delight - a little slice of heaven in Herefordshire. All the little touches make it feel so homely - Thank you so much Sarah. Lots of love Melanie and Leon xx 18th - 21st Feb 2014 What a special place! Thank you so much for having me stay. So many wonderful memories. The cottage is very special indeed. Susan x (Australia) A wonderful cottage to stay in ...David (South Africa) Thank you so much for letting us stay in your lovely cottage. It was really nice seeing you guys. Thanks, Willo (South Africa) Feb 21st - 23rd 2014 Wonderful cottage..children enjoyed the toy box and the rocking horse and the tree house was fabulous. Fire was very cosy, beds very comfortable! We had a wonderful time and hope to come back soon. Thank you for the super welcome goodies! Thank you. Annette and family.. "Thank you for a truly wonderful stay at the Apple Garden. Felt at home from the moment we walked in the door, loved all your wonderful touches.Fantastic area for walking Ralph with stunning views, would recommend a visit to Brecon." Les, Sandra & Ralph (the dog) We have had a lovely time staying at the Apple Garden this weekend. The cottage is so beautifully furnished, we really felt at home staying here. Thank you for the Welcome Basket, the fresh bread was delicious and we loved the brownies and bakewell tart! We also thought the flowers in every room were lovely and the hand-made soaps/chocolates - you really have thought of everything! Catrin, Amanda, Louise, Michelle, Sarah and Ruth xx As soon as we arrived at the cottage it felt homely and welcoming. The garden and the views are beautiful and we felt so relaxed spending time here. We enjoyed the local walks and pubs and everywhere had a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. "Hay on Wye is worth a visit, a beautiful little town with independent shops and a market on Thursday. We went to a French restaurant, which serves delicious food and has a lovely atmosphere. Thank you for the welcome basket and delicious lemon cake, we enjoyed it all very much! And thank you for providing everything (crockery, towels, even logs!) - it meant we could just relax and enjoy every minute of this beautiful cottage!!" Tom & Katy "Beautiful cottage and garden. Finished to an excellent standard. Loved all the little touches that make it so much more welcoming - the chocolates, cake, welcome basket, snuggly blankets. Your garden is fab for pets and children. The dog loved chasing the cars down the length of of it as they drove by! Our idea of heaven for a weekend break - will definitely be recommending this one! Thank you. And Alfie the dog... 'Thanks for my treats and bed!' " Rob, Jo and Elin Thanks for a great week. The cottage and garden are excellent (helped by the wonderful weather!) We have had a very relaxing week walking in the hills (Offa's Dyke, Sugar Loaf Mountain), canoeing in the river Wye nad swimming in the waterfalls. Would definitely recommend the Inn at Pantygelli for food - excellent food and the staff were superb. Also enjoyed our last meal at The Crown in Longtown - worth the walk back! Many thanks, Fiona, Sara, Vicki, Claire and Billy the Dog (who also loved his time here) "Thank you for sharing Apple Garden Cottage with us, and or all your thoughtful touches which have helped to make our weekend very special. The house and garden are beautiful. Our 2 year old boy Sam has loved the tree house, sand pit and the lovely toys that you provide, especially the Ark and musical instruments! The flowers you left in the house were beautiful, as was the cake and home-made bread - yummy! We have had a wonderful time, thank you and hope to return next year!" Jo, Paul, Sam (2), Grandma & Grandad "Thank you for the treats and doggie (Christmas) stockings!! We have loved racing up and down the garden, especially the ditch - (now a stream!) Loved the windy weather and mud!!" xxx Mopsy, Charlie and Henry (3 Shi Tzus) Mopsy, Charlie and Henry (3 Shi Tzus) Thank you for a great stay in a lovely cottage. The Welcome basket was very welcome - yummy! Jack just asked if we can take the rest home Was great not having to bring towels with you - and the ones here are so lovely - super soft! The gardens are superb and we enjoyed sitting in the sun while Jack played in the sand pit - the next group of holiday makers may find Olly the Octopus in there! Lots of beautiful scenery all around- and very peaceful - apart from the occasional mooing cow All in all, a lovely week. Tracy, Andy, Jack and Sue "A real getaway from it all break - exactly what we needed. A lovely cottage in a beautiful location. The small things made all the difference - from the milk to the jelly beans - thank you!! Much appreciated." Wendy, Cliff, Tom and Harry "Thank you for an amazing weekend - a perfect spot for a 30th birthday get away! Loved the hamper baskets and little touches..and staying in the Shepherd's Hut was really lovely! Great place for Baby Dylan's first holiday. Thank you." Lizzy, Chris, Nadia, Len and Dylan, Laura, Nick and Poppy Lizzy, Chris, Nadia, Len and Dylan, Laura, Nick and Poppy We have very much enjoyed living in your house, the children really liked climbing up to the tree house. They also liked building houses in the sand pit. We all really enjoyed the fire and watching some of your great selection of DVD's. It was nice seeing the cows and being out in the countryside. We had great fun running around the garden. Even the wet days were fun!" The Ball Family Prices vary according to season and availability and may differ from those shown above. Discounts are sometimes available. Please email us with dates for availability and we will reply straight away with an individual quote for you. PLEASE NOTE: WE ALWAYS ANSWER BOOKING ENQUIRIES PROMPTLY, HOWEVER SOME QUOTES AND RESPONSE EMAILS FROM THE APPLE GARDEN SENT VIA THE HOLIDAY LETTINGS SITE HAVE UNFORTUNATELY GONE DIRECTLY TO PEOPLE'S SPAM BINS - PLEASE ENSURE YOU CHECK YOURS IF YOU DO NOT SEEM TO HAVE NOT HEARD BACK FROM US!! MANY THANKS. X Within A Few Minutes Drive‌ * Try out some of our excellent nearby pubs and restaurants, The Temple Bar Inn and The Stables Fish and Chip shop at Ewyas Harold, The Bridge Inn at Michaelchurch Escley, White Haywood Farm Restaurant at Craswall and a small and exclusive French restaurant just over the hill... * Take the children for an ice cream tea at Rowlestone Ice Cream Cafe just over the hill from us.. * Treat the family to lunch or afternoon tea (in summer season) in the beautiful courtyard setting of Abbeydore Court Gardens... * Try your hand at Paintballing at Battlelands Paintball, Ewyas Harold.... * Experience the thrill of Quad Biking at Mountain Mayhem, Craswall.... Sleeps: 2-6 (2 double, 1 single, 1 annexe bed) Luxury Shepherd's Hut for extra guests. Pet Friendly, Child Friendly with babysitting service, tree house, sand pit, swing and quality traditional toys. Free bikes, Free Wi-Fi/ Sky TV, Private acre of orchard. Great pubs. Please let us know at time of booking if you require bikes, hot tub rental or babysitting!
                          studio
                          Excellent
                          22 reviews
                          -1br studio
                            Little Loft is set in a stunning landscape on the English side of the Welsh Border.. The view from the bedroom window flows down to the Monnow River at the bottom of the valley before sweeping up to the mountain ridge that bisects the landscape. This ridge is part of the long distance Offa's Dyke walk and its summit separates the pastoral hedge lined meadows of England from the more mysterious rolling wildness of the Black Mountains in Wales. It is a magical borderland, dotted with ruined castles, abbeys, and ancient churches, a spot for lovers of nature, for doers and explorers, and for dreamers and thinkers. Little Loft is a studio apartment in the apex of an oak framed barn, built in 2007. It has its own access up a garden stone staircase. A rocky stream flows down a gully through the gardens and separates The Loft from the main house, thus providing privacy. An oak framed bridge provides another access. The loft has its own private elevated garden and a small, decked terrace built over the roof of a small house—a 'des-res' for Lesser-horseshoe bats. This terrace leads into Little Loft via a lobby, which opens on to a simply furnished space with a bamboo floor. It has a very comfortable king-sized bed, made up of two singles - these can be set up as singles on request. There's a well-equipped kitchenette (with steamer, microwave, toaster, kettle, and Foreman grill, slow cooker/fryer, but no hob or oven), and separate modern shower room. There's free broadband available. Little Loft is most suitable for two people, but could accommodate an extra adult or two children. There are many great options for dining out, and within walking distance there are 3 pubs, two of which have restaurants. There's no best time to visit; Spring, summer and early autumn are all festival times in the market towns. May brings the Hay on Wye literary festival; August, Brecon Jazz; and September the Abergavenny Food Festival. We've enjoyed letting Little Loft to an amazing range of very pleasant guests, who seemed to have enjoyed what we've had to offer. Please contact us if you wish to bring extra people.
                            cottage
                            1br cottage
                              Middle Ninfa farm is located in historic and beautiful landscape in south-east Wales, close to the market town of Abergavenny, famous for its food, cycling and many other festivals. The name Ninfa means cottage of the the charcoal burners in old Welsh as the manufacture of iron was the main local industry when it was built 3 centuries ago high on the old parish road from the village of Llanfoist over the Blorenge mountain to Blaenavon. Its 23 acres of broadleaved woodland and flower rich meadows lie within the Brecon Beacons National Park on the edge of the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site and immediately below the Punchbowl lake and beech woodland owned by the Woodland Trust. The bunkhouse accommodates 6 people in a converted barn adjacent to the main farmhouse. It is fully self-catering with gas cooker, microwave, fridge, shower and toilet. The groundfloor comprises the lounge and dining area with double divan and heating from a coal effect gas fire set in a stone fireplace. Upstairs on a mezzanine floor reached by a spiral staircase there are four single beds. Guests can also use the seating area beside a small pond and stream outside. Please note that we do not provide linen so guests must bring sleeping bags or duvets, towels etc As well as the bunkhouse/cottage Middle Ninfa Farm is also one of the UK's leading small camp sites with 11 pitches widely spaced around the farm meadows. Many guests come for the wonderful walking in the area and guides are available for walks and mountain biking routes direct from the farm. Guests are welcome to wander around the farm and there are signposted farm walks: a paradise for kids. Our website gives links to a few of the activity providers in the locality. Hang gliders and paragliders regularly float over the farm when the wind is from the east. There is caving nearby and a large cavern called the Lamb and Fox lies directly underneath the remote pub of the same name which features as a destination in our most popular walk from the farm. If it's very wet, you can go indoor bouldering in Abergavenny or enjoy an underground tour of the colliery at Big Pit in Blaenavon in the company of english speaking ex-miners with wonderful senses of humour. As many of our regular guests will agree, it takes a long time to run out of new activities to do here. You need to book a long time ahead if you want the bunkhouse for the Abergavenny Food Festival in September or the international cycling festival in July, but there are usually some camping spaces available. Rarely does a weekend pass even in winter without at least one festival or other event in Abergavenny or Blaenavon. * Exceptional range of activities available very locally, even when wet. * Festivals almost every weekend * Rich heritage features often with re-enactments or talks. * Many eco-features and abundant wildlife on the farm * Dark skies and quiet nights * Farm produce
                              townhouse
                              Excellent
                              15 reviews
                              2br townhouse
                                Delightful cosy cottage in the centre of the historic market town of Abergavenny, and surrounded by the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. Shopping centre, theatre, cinema and restaurants all within walking distance. Abergavenny is an ideal centre for gourmets with famous The Walnut Tree and Stephen Terry's restaurant, The Hardwick within a 10 minute drive. Railway station within walking distance. There is on road parking outside the property.
                                cottage
                                Excellent
                                9 reviews
                                2br cottage
                                  Cross Roads Cottage is a quaint cottage situated in the village of Gilwern where The Monmouth and Brecon canal passes through the village with the pretty canal boats. It's a great place to explore the Welsh culture with The World Heritage Site at Blaenavon, The Big Pit, Blorenge Mountain and The Black Mountains and of course the Brecon Beacons National Park. The cottage has many charming features which add character to the property, it has a full fitted kitchen, separate dining room & lounge with a narrow staircase leading to the two double bedrooms. We are situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park which is a superb location to enjoy many leisure activities with walks from the front door, cycling tracks within 500m, and great fishing on the Usk river. We have a beautiful private secure garden to enjoy with a decking area for outdoor eating. Off road parking.
                                  Home/Apartment
                                  Excellent
                                  71 reviews
                                  5br Home/Apartment
                                  • Wifi
                                  • Pets Allowed
                                  • Parking
                                  The SpaceGrove Villa is a second home we have shared successfully over recent years. A visitor once wrote that the house was so special she wanted to tell everybody but such a find she wanted to keep it a secret all to herself ! So we promise you won't be disappointed. Because we have a large studio space with good HiFi and a kitchen big enough to seat 16 at the table, the house has been very popular with Christmas and New Year family groups and other get away together groups. Guest AccessThe house is set in the Monnow River Valley on the Welsh borders with no neighbours to annoy and with acres of space to enjoy. We have a restored 'Chapel' by the house useful for larger groups. We also have a table tennis pavilion in the meadow with darts and badminton and an extra space to relax. Interaction with GuestsThis house is fully self-contained for a self catering holiday but we ourselves are sometimes in the Chapel while guests are in the main house. It works very well and we are jolly friendly and useful when household tips are needed. Our neighbour Kath is on hand at her farm for changeovers and local help. Pets are welcome ONLY with prior agreement. The NeighborhoodGrove Villa is located on the Welsh borders, in Herefordshire 6 miles from the now famous bookshop town of Hay on Wye. Everywhere around Craswall the landscape is breathtaking from the Golden Valley right up to Hay Bluff, the Black Mountains and on into Wales. We have 3 great pubs within walking distance and excellent eating at all of them including a farm restaurant serving their own produce. When staying at Grove Villa it is compulsory to climb Black Hill to discover why Bruce Chatwin wrote it into English literature. (and you may pick up a signal there also) But we do have wireless broadband and a landline in the house. Getting AroundForget public transport. And forget mobile phones (but EE does now reach us) You do need a car to get to Craswall. But it is a walkers paradise. Picking up friends at Abergavenny or Hereford stations means a 25 minute drive. This is hill farming country and cycling is fun but has its ups and downs. We have the odd bike or two but best to bring your own. Other Things to NoteThe nearest village shop is 4 miles - so be prepared for your first night and breakfast at least. Tesco do deliver to Grove Villa and basics are provided in our kitchen which is very well stocked with everything.
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                                  This delightful, cosy, semi-detached cottage is set in the heart of the popular village of Gilwern and can sleep two people in one bedroom. The Old Stable is a delightful, cosy, semi-detached cottage set in the heart of the popular village of Gilwern, situated amidst the Brecon Beacons and can sleep two people. There is one double bedroom, a shower room and an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is roadside parking opposite the cottage on a first come, first served basis. Ideally placed to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park with its abundance of walking, cycling and pony trekking, The Old Stable is a lovely holiday base. Amenities: Electric central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview and NOW TV (inc. Sky Movies and entertainment channels), DVD, CD, Bluetooth speaker, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking opposite property on first come, first served basis. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This delightful, cosy, semi-detached cottage is set in the heart of the popular village of Gilwern and can sleep two people in one bedroom. The Old Stable is a delightful, cosy, semi-detached cottage set in the heart of the popular village of Gilwern, situated amidst the Brecon Beacons and can sleep two people. There is one double bedroom, a shower room and an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside there is roadside parking opposite the cottage on a first come, first served basis. Ideally placed to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park with its abundance of walking, cycling and pony trekking, The Old Stable is a lovely holiday base. Amenities: Electric central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview and NOW TV (inc. Sky Movies and entertainment channels), DVD, CD, Bluetooth speaker, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Roadside parking opposite property on first come, first served basis. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk. Region: Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South. Additional amenities include: cooker.