Our home is located alongside Ffawyddog Common and overlooks the Black Mountains including Sugar Loaf and Table Mountain. The guest suite looks out onto a private and quiet garden. We hope our welcome will make up for the occasionally muddy lane.
Guests will be accommodated in a cosy bedroom with a private shower room and toilet. Guests will also have access to a small study and lounge with wood burning stove. There is a king size bed which can be made up as two singles on request. Tea and coffee making facilities are also provided.
A TV with an integral DVD player is provided in the guest bedroom.
We have no garage here but have a locked shed in which push bikes can be stored. We also have a small drying room for damp waterproofs and boots.
Crickhowell is located in the heart of the Black Mountains and is a very popular holiday destination for walkers and cyclists. Crickhowell is a thriving small town with a variety of small independent shops and pubs including the 'Bear'. There are also a number of excellent restaurants in the area including the 'Hardwick', 'Walnut Tree' and '1861'.
Our home is situated in the small hamlet of Ffawyddog which is around 1.5 miles from Crickhowell.
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On arrival guests will be greeted with a cup of tea or coffee and home made Welsh cakes.
Freshly prepared breakfast will be provided in the family kitchen; a variety of breakfasts choices will be available to guests.
Stephen is a mountain walk leader who can help with planning your walking routes.
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We have two very friendly cocker spaniels, William and Harry, who live with us in the family room.
Guests will be expected to treat our home with respect and to keep late night noise to a minimum. There is a no smoking rule throughout our property and we would be grateful if muddy boots and coats could be left in our drying room.
My husband, Stephen, and I both love walking within the Brecon Beacons National Park and were lucky enough to buy an 18th century farm-workers cottage 8 years ago which we renovated and now live in. We are very involved in the lively local community and Stephen leads walks for the Park Society.
We could never imagine moving from this area which is stunningly beautiful and exceptionally welcoming to newcomers.
Since coming to live in Crickhowell our favourite saying is 'Carpe diem' - seize the day - and we do!