A self contained Annexe that Sleeps 2 (1 Bedroom) with baby cot / Z bed available for a baby or young child with all bed linen and towels provided. The Annexe is rated as four star by "Visit Wales" and is well decorated in warm attractive colours and is situated on a small cul-de-sac in the peaceful village of Llangynidr. There is a well equipped galley-style kitchen with electric hob, microwave combination oven and fridge. The sitting room is warm and cosy with a comfortable sofa, two reclining chairs, TV with DVD player and a wicker dining table and chairs. The bedroom has a pine double bed and fitted wardrobes. There is a shower room with shower cubicle, toilet and hand basin. A small cloakroom in the entrance passage has a hand basin and space for coats and boots. Visitors are asked to smoke outside and sorry not suitable for pets. There is full gas central heating and electricity inclusive. A separate Utility Room provides use of washing machine/ tumble dryer if required. There is ample parking on the driveway and secure storage for cycles. Visitors are free to share the owner’s patio area and garden with a barbeque and garden furniture. The local market towns of interest with annual specialist events are Crickhowell (Greenman Festival), Abergavenny (Food Festival) and Brecon (Brecon Jazz). Llangorse Lake is nearby with water skiing and sailing and the Activity Centre provides opportunity for pony treking, rock climbing and is the site of the unique SkyTrek. For the more active a walk up Pen y Fan in the Brecon Beacons or Tor y Foel in Llangynidr.
- Calendar last updated:
- 10 Dec 2018
Llangynidr is situated midway between Abergavenny and Brecon. 4 miles from Crickhowell and 6 miles from the heads of the valley road, (A465). It is a very picturesque village on the River Usk, deep in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. In the western part of Llangynidr, the Mon-Brecon canal passes through through the 5 locks for which the village is renowned. It is ideal for a stroll along the towpath whilst a more demanding walk takes a route through the village onto the mountain