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Quality 2-bedroom self-catering barn near Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with stunning views of the River Usk valley and the Black Mountains, including Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain.<BR><BR>Located in the Brecon Beacons National Park, with stunning views of nearby Crickhowell and...
The Meeting Place is in the village of Llangynidr, a few minutes walk from two excellent pubs. There is also a good general shop with a post office - so a walk not a drive for a morning newspaper. The village has new Hard Tennis Courts (£5.00 per hour) in the adjacent playing fields. Ideal for...
Trelawney is a detached barn conversion with a private terrace and views towards the impressive crags of Llangattock Mountain. There is an open plan lounge/dining/kitchen with a log burning stove and large patio doors leading to the private terrace. A tranquil spot in the Brecon Beacons above...
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Snug cottage with spectacular views.
Enter this single storey holiday cottage off the courtyard straight into the open plan living area, sit by the full height windows to soak up the light and views while you plan your days or gaze out the kitchen window and see the path leading up Sugar Loaf...
Mortimer House Crickhowell is a Georgian Townhouse providing luxury self catering holiday accommodation in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park with private parking off street for up to 5 cars. Recently awarded the top 5* Welsh Tourist Board rating.
Suitable for a family, couples or the...
Walk down the narrow enchanting cobbled lane where, in summer, wild strawberries, pink valerian and hollyhocks line the ancient stone walls to this lovely little terraced stone self-catering "quarryman's" cottage, a cosy retreat, probably dating from the 1800's. A delightful little holiday...