2 (off peak)
Built in 1867 within the grounds of a country house, Chateau Cottage is a delightful stone built detached holiday cottage that is set in its own half an acre garden with lovely views of the Blorenge, Llangattock Mountain and Sugar Loaf. The cottage sleeps up to four guests in two bedrooms and is located within the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is perfectly placed for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits or for those who want to simply relax and unwind in a beautiful setting.
Chateau Cottage is a comfortable cosy holiday cottage that is pet friendly. It is only a ten minute walk from the village of Glangrwyney, which has a public house and restaurant serving local ales and hosting weekly activities. Just a mile from the cottage is the ancient picturesque town of Crickhowell which offers a great choice of places for a meal out and independent shops for stocking up on local goodies.
Close by is the market town of Abergavenny and the World Industrial Heritage Site of Blaenavon. Within half an hour’s drive is the world renowned book town of Hay on Wye and also Brecon, with its cathedral, museum, leisure centre and play barn (to keep the younger members of the family amused).
There are many well known walks in the immediate vicinity (Table Top and Sugar Loaf mountains) which can be enjoyed directly from the cottage front door.
Nearby facilities include horse riding, fishing, golf, tennis, mountain biking and boating on the Monmouth and Brecon Canal as well as Llangorse Lake.
Sue Shaw joined Independent Cottages in May 2011
Outside: There is a large secure lawned garden of approximately half an acre, equipped with BBQ, table and chairs, with beautiful rural views and ample parking space.
Additional Information: Central heating throughout. All bedding, linen and towels provided. Broadband connection. Travel cot and high chair available upon request. Guest's have the use of two mountain bikes. Short Breaks of three to four nights available, except in high season. Dogs welcome.
Prices: Prices shown are actual prices and not 'from' prices as stated.