This cosy stone cottage is resting in the charming village of Llangattock.
Ideal for couples to enjoy a romantic getaway, this retreat boasts character throughout, and is sure to create a memorable stay.
Wander in through the enchanting entrance and an open plan sitting area awaits, layered with comfortable sofas and wrapped together with an open fire.
This snug layout is perfect for relaxing at night time, with a good book, or simply watching TV.
The kitchen is well equipped and ideal for preparing those home-cooked meals before sitting down and discussing the events of your day.
The neat and compact formation is everything you need to unwind in comfort.
Take the stairs, and a double bedroom is a lovely addition to the first floor, pieced together with a bedside table and stylishly decorated for a soothing night's sleep.
Nearby, a bathroom is classically finished, and hosts a large shower, so you can get ready at ease.
Tucked into a heart warming setting, you will want to enjoy the nearest village of Llangattock with its cobbled street, church and River Usk.
With the Brecon Beacons on the doorstep, walkers also have plenty to explore.
Further afield, the quaint town of Crickhowell, promotes a lovely bakers, tea rooms, gift shops and much more.
You are guaranteed to have a wonderful stay, any time of the year.
About the location
Crickhowell 1.5 miles; Abergavenny 7 miles.
The pretty village of Llangattock lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park, and with its narrow cobbled streets, lovely church and position next to the River Usk, is a wonderful peaceful base to explore the area. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal runs through Llangattock, which is great for walkers and lovers of nature. Just a mile away across the bridge over the River Usk lies the quaint town of Crickhowell, with lovely small bakers, butchers, tea rooms, gift shops and much more. With the Brecon Beacons on the doorstep, the avid walker can enjoy spectacular scenery any time of the year - see the first buds of spring, enjoy the wonderful summer days, rustle through the falling leaves of the autumn or marvel at the magical winter snow scenes. For the less energetic, all these can be enjoyed while pony trekking or on the local Brecon Steam Railway. If history interests you, take a trip down memory lane at the Pit and Ironworks Museums, and enjoy exploring the ruined castles and abbeys close by.
Note: Max one infant.