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1 Owens Row

Llangattock near Crickhowell, South Wales & Pembrokeshire (Ref. 1044740)



Sykes rating

  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Broadband / WiFi
  • Open fire
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile

Reviews & Ratings

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10 Customer Reviews

  • "Beautiful little cottage, in a lovely little village, and pretty close to a lot of activities."

    The surrounding countryside is of course breath-taking. The cottage is very clean, well laid out for comfort and easy to find everything you need, thanks to the handy guide book provided. We would definitely love to return for another break.

    Reviewed by AlanJun 2022

  • "No feedback the place was just as we had expected We loved it"

    Reviewed by MerlinMay 2022

  • "Such a sweet little cottage, full of charm and very peaceful."

    Everything we needed was provided, and we loved sitting on the bench outside for breakfast; with cobbled path, flowers and birds nesting opposite Very romantic and off the beaten track, but an easy walk to Crickhowell with all facilities. Very good walks from the cottage, we didn't use the car all week. A real hideaway.

    Reviewed by SueMay 2022

  • "Lovely place in a great town"

    Reviewed by AliceMar 2022

  • "Wonderful cottage everything was catered for and it was an absolute pleasure to stay here."

    Thank you for everything

    Reviewed by SarahFeb 2022

  • "A beautifully converted small but perfect bijou cottage very thoughtfully fitted out, in an area we know very well and love."

    We had booked a large cottage for our whole family of ten, to celebrate our daughter's 50th, but it had to be cancelled last minute because our granddaughter came down with covid. So we were very lucky to be able to book this last minute as we had both taken a week off work. It was easy to book. Almost perfect, but some small points to make it even more perfect: Advise people to bring a torch if arriving after dark; the key code is impossible to see otherwise. A helpful neighbour lent us her torch. Once we got the last parking place. Can we please have a plan B if the car park is full? A plate drying rack would be helpful.

    Reviewed by EllenOct 2021

  • "Beautiful cottage located in great area allowing lots of walking locally."

    The only negative was a lack of grass nearby as our dog will only pee on grass , not cobblestones. Not a deal breaker though, and will likely return again.

    Reviewed by LindaSep 2021

  • "Beautiful little cottage in a fantastic location for walking, biking, hiking and enjoying the stunning Welsh countryside, mountains and canals."

    Wonderful choice of places to eat nearby and so convenient to walk to Crickhowell.

    Reviewed by RebeccaAug 2021

  • "The listing says "Garden/ patio" but there is none, just a bench outside the door, very pleasant in the sun but no good for a dog!"

    The cottage is really quaint and pretty and is okay for two people. I think it would be a squeeze for four adults to share comfortably. The TV in the downstairs room is difficult to watch in comfort because you are sitting at an angle to it. The cottage was well equipped including thoughtful items like torches, sewing kit, and phone chargers. The car park is a few minutes walk away but we couldn't always find a space so had to park further away. Although the listing mentions the lack of parking at the cottage, it isn't clear that there is no way of parking temporarily to drop off luggage, shopping etc. The cottage is ideally located for exploring the Brecon Beacons area. Lots of good walks nearby.

    Reviewed by RoseJul 2021

  • "Lovely little cottage with bench outside to enjoy the sun after a day exploring ."

    Situated along a cobbled lane with lots of flowers outside . Comfy bed , although bedroom very small but has enough storage . Short walk into Crickhowell , which has a lovely river side walk , plenty of little shops and cafes to watch the world go by .

    Reviewed by TraceyJun 2021

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  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunk room
  • Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail and WC
  • Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove
  • Electric heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, coffee machine, TV and WiFi
  • Fuel, power and basket of kindling for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Parking in nearby church car park, or pay and display car park over the river
  • Please note that the approach to the front of the property is via a shared access cobbled lane
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • There is also a shed available for guests in that area for storing up to two bikes
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 0.7 miles, pub 0.1 mile
  • Note: In the double bedroom, the bed is only accessible from one side, please consider this when booking

The property

Crickhowell 1.2 miles.

Found down a cute cobbled lane in the village of Llangattock, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, is this charming terraced stone dwelling, 1 Owens Row.

Presenting four guests with a homely spot to enjoy when not exploring the delights of this National Park in South Wales, 1 Owens Row boasts original features in the form of a steep stone staircase, and is near to all the amenities of Crickhowell.

Step through the quaint stable door and straight into the open-plan living space, a snug room where you can wind down at the end of an adventure-filled day, with a woodburning stove to warm you.

Relax on the sofa, watch a film or show on the small TV, or pull out the folding dining table and gather together for a tasty home-cooked meal.

An excellent fitted kitchen in here, although modest, is packed with all the essentials for a self-catered stay, including an electric oven and hob, and a fridge, as well as a coffee machine for those early morning starts!

Head upstairs to find two lovely bedrooms consisting of a double and a bunk room, served by a neat shower room for you to freshen up in.

The charming village of Llangattock is a wonderful base for a break in the Brecon Beacons, home to a pub, The Horseshoe Inn, and just a stone's throw over the river to the town of Crickhowell where shops, pubs and takeaways can be found.

Head out on a walk to explore the local area to the imposing Llangattock Escarpment where great limestone cliffs were mined in the 19th century, leading up to Llangattock Mountain, perfect for any walking enthusiasts.

Take a trip into Crickhowell to visit the ruins of Crickhowell Castle dating back to the 12th century, before finding another piece of history, Tretower Court and Castle, in the nearby hamlet of the same name.

For some exciting activities travel north to Llangorse Multi Activitiy Centre where a host of delights await you; enjoy horse trekking through the scenic countryside, have a go at the indoor climbing walls and tackle the outdoor obstacle course, with a café to relax in afterwards.

Explore the wonders and stunning scenery of the Brecon Beacons via the excellent walking routes all around, including Table Mountain Path which you can begin from Crickhowell, the Usk Valley Walk also running through the area, and the long distance Brecon Beacons Way passing through the Table Mountain, so you have plenty of options!

Enjoy a tranquil stay at 1 Owens Row in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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About the location


Abergavenny 5.9 miles; Llangynidr 6.6 miles; Brecon 14.4 miles.

Crickhowell is a small town in southeastern Powys, Wales. The town was named after the Iron Age hill fort of Crug Hywel. Boasting the magnificent Crickhowell Castle, also known as Alisby's Castle, with stunning views across the Usk valley and dating back to the 12th century. A stunning piece of architecture, with St Edmund's Church coming as a close second having been built in the 14th century and is still used to date for service. The town offers a selection of pubs, restaurants, shops and cafés in the area. Situated within the Brecon Beacons National Park, you have easy access to many picturesque and historical sites, for many outdoor activities including rock climbing, watersports, mountain biking and plenty of footpaths for those keen walking. An idyllic town situated within a lovely rural area.

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