ASHFIELD COTTAGE is a picturesque stone Victorian cottage, in a cul de sac, situated on the edge of Crickhowell, in the beautiful Usk Valley, with views of the Brecon Beacons. It has a pretty front garden gated from the road, plus a lockable garage and an off road parking space for two cars. The centre of Crickhowell with it's interesting shops, restaurants and pubs is a five minute walk away. Deservedly Crickhowell is the winner of The Great British High Street Awards 2018 for the whole of the U.K.
If you are interested in Ashfield Cottage, I strongly recommend you send through an enquiry for an accurate price, since the auto-generated quote can look alarmingly high and is often inaccurate, particularly for bookings of more than a week. For more information and advice you are welcome to contact me on 07940 576048.
Located in the historic market town of Crickhowell, Ashfield Cottage is well situated for the many annual events in the area. Crickhowell has become 'festival city' now holding the Walking Festival in February, The Green Man Festival in August and the Literary Festival in October. Nearby there is also the Hay Festival in late May/early June, the Brecon Jazz Festival in August and every September brings the now famous Abergavenny Food Festival. In July you can take in The Royal Welsh Show at Builth Wells,
The cottage comprises: a large sitting/dining room with gas fired stove, television with incorporated DVD. plus a stereo and i player/phone dock. Next door is a new well equipped kitchen with gas hob and double ovens. There are 3 bedrooms (one double and two double/twin) and a family bathroom with over bath shower. Downstairs there is shower room with lavatory plus a utility room with washing machine. The sun room off the kitchen offers a cheerful second dining area for up to 8 people opening into the sunny back court yard. The whole house is decorated to a high standard. There is Unlimited Infinity Wi-Fi and we are lucky enough (for Wales!) to get a good mobile phone signal.
Ashfield cottage is heated throughout with gas fired central heating. The west facing front garden is partiularly lovely on sunny evenings, when you can watch the sun set along the Usk Valley, while the courtyard outside the sun room catches the morning sun - lovely for al fresco breakfast! A welcome pack and linen are included. While one well behaved dog is permissible by arrangement, the cottage is not really suitable for small children or infirm people.
Notes and further details: The welcome pack contains basics such as milk, bread, eggs, sparkling water and a bottle of wine. General provisions (e.g. tea, coffee, jam and marmalade) and general cooking ingredients are constants in the food cupboards. However it is possible to supply more substantial provisions by arrangement.
We request no smoking anywhere in the house and reserve the right to charge for extra cleaning if smoking should take place.
There is a visitor centre in Crickhowell which can provide details of local activities, events and facilities.
The minimum rental period tends to be 4 nights except in the summer when it is 7. Also there is a £400 returnable security deposit.
PAYMENT: Home Away has introduced the possibility of paying through their system by card. While this includes liability insurance, please be aware that they will also add a 12% charge. If you prefer to pay my quoted price to me direct, you may care to mention this in your enquiry..