As soon as you enter the cabin you get a sense of the unique style that runs throughout the interior, it's a cultural treasure trove, presented in soft colour palettes and finished off with flawless, contemporary luxuries.
The Master bedroom suite offers sophisticated indulgence with a raised bath, king-sized bed and some fantastic pieces of Welsh art on display. The twin bedroom is striking in chic vintage pale blue's and pinks, with deep handcrafted mattresses and high-quality bedding.
The lounge packs in the wow factor with lots of windows flooding the space with natural light, bouncing it off the whitewashed walls: in the evening the room is transformed into a super cosy resting place, where you can share a drink with friends and family in front of the roaring wood burner. Just as appealing to romantics in Autumn and Winter as it would be in Spring and Summer, with underfloor heating throughout.
Enjoy a morning coffee outside on the little patio area and plan for a day exploring the unspoilt countryside by foot, on cycles or in the car; with stunning mountains, beautiful lakes, friendly villages and magical historical sites, all literally on your doorstep.
It has to be mentioned that a short way up the winding, flower-filled lane by footpath, or car, you'll find one of the most romantic locations in Wales, the medieval church of St Issui at Patricio. The Well at this sacred place in the Black mountains is today still a place of healing, attracting visitors from all over the world. The breathtaking interior retains its medieval wooden screen made of Irish bog oak, wall paintings and intricate carvings which are among the finest pieces of medieval art in Wales.
The cabin is attached to the owner's property by a redundant glass walkway, not used by either the owner or guests. The cabin is completely private and neither overlook the other. Guests and owners share the car parking and the entrance driveway only.
Throwing a pot is like magic - watching a ball of mud clay turn into something special in your hands: If you fancy a go, you'll have a chance yourself while staying at the cabin! Owner Alex’s Studio is on the grounds and guests are made to feel very welcome. A lesson can be flexible, from two hours to a half-day and you'll learn to throw a pot and make your own mug! Guests can arrange their own tailored experience for a small fee prior to their visit.
Sleep 4 in total 1 King Bedroom 1 twin bedroom.
Bathroom with shower cubicle, WC and washbasin, all mains water. Bath in master bedroom.
Electric oven and hob. BBQ for the garden.
Wi-Fi is available at this property.
Heating and Lighting
Mains electricity, solar panels. Underfloor heating and wood burner.
Grounds and Nearby
Small grounds with patio and grass, steps down to the property.
Private off-road parking.
Check in from 17:30 and check out by 09:30These are recommended check-in/out times to allow Covid-19 sanitisation, earlier/later times may be available by request with the owner
Abergavenny is the nearest train station and bus stop.
2 bedrooms sleeping 2 adults and 2 children, all on the ground floor.
Light and airy lounge with lots of natural light, wood burner, whitewashed tongue and groove walls, giving a real clean and fresh feel, beautifully reclaimed herringbone brick floor, laid perfectly by the owner Alex.
Generous starter pack for wood burner, more can be purchased onsite for a small fee.
There are two steps up to the kitchen and hallway from the lounge. A superb fitted kitchen with excellent appliances and comprehensive range of cookware is provided with fridge, habitat cupboards, fabulous Italian lighting made from recycled egg boxes, Belfast sink, electric oven and hob, fridge, toaster and everything you could need and more.
Small dining table for two in the kitchen and additional dining table seating 4 in the lounge if needed.
Master bedroom with big bath, king-sized bed, double quilted velvet bedspread, Welsh art on the walls, striking 7ft designer fabric headboard, shades of olive green and blues throughout. Look out for the small blue cat.
Twin bedroom with 2 single beds, Sandersons cushions, Japanese silk paintings, vintage portraits, glass lamps, shades of pale pink, blue & green. Chic single wooden bedsteads and deep mattress's handcrafted by Blind Craft, (blind and disabled people in Scotland) high-quality bed linen and towels inc.
Shower room with WC and washbasin, hand made "star" tiles from Spain, walk-in shower, double shower head, vintage wash hobby and mirror.
Hallway with bench and bookshelves.
Small garden with bistro table and BBQ.
Off-road parking for 2 cars.
Wireless internet in the property- however, please note the connection/speed is poor.
Underfloor heating in all rooms, log burner in the lounge.
Walks, bike rides and drives take you through numerous, magical valleys with idyllic places to stop off and enjoy a picnic. Pop into a village for lunch, afternoon tea or an evening meal, stock up at the local stores and family butchers. Crickhowell has many great independent shops so please shop local when in Wales to keep these High Street shops alive and buzzing.
Dark Skies and Star Gazing
The Brecon Beacons National Park became an International Dark Sky Reserve in 2012. This accreditation is a testament to the quality of the region’s dark skies. The Milky Way is easily seen crossing the skies on moonless nights. Go stargazing in Brecon Beacons Dark Sky Reserve and see our Universe as it is meant to be seen
Abergavenny (20-minute drive)
Abergavenny in the southeast corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The town is a great base for walking, cycling and just enjoying the great outdoors. With its annual Abergavenny Food Festival, the town is also mecca for foodies – and there are plenty of gorgeous gastro pubs, ancient inns and restaurants to try in the surrounding countryside too. The town has regular markets where you can buy quality produce grown locally too.
Blaenavon World Heritage and Big Pit
For the Real Underground Experience, visit the Big Pit National Coal Museum - one of Britain's leading mining museums.
With facilities to educate and entertain all ages, Big Pit is an exciting and informative day out. Enjoy a multi-media tour of a modern coal mine with a virtual miner in the Mining Galleries, exhibitions in the Pithead Baths and Historic colliery buildings.
Hay on Wye - 45-minute drive over Hay Bluff
Mountain road to famous book town Hay on Wye (market day Thursday). The streets are lined with independent shops and galleries. there are numerous events at the Globe theatre so check out their website to see what's on.
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