- Disabled Facilities
- Pub 'on foot'
- Shop 'on foot'
- Child and Baby Friendly
- Cyclists Accepted
- Pet Friendly
- Own Parking
- Detached Property
Savona Cottage - Crickhowell
Extremely conveniently located in the centre of Crickhowell in a short lane behind the Bear Hotel, just 2 minutes walk from the main High Street. Savona is an beautiful detached bungalow in a large secluded garden offering comfortable accommodation for up to 6 people. An excellent base for walking in the Black Mountains, exploring the general area of the National Park and also an excellent location for just strolling in Crickhowell which offers an excellent range of shops selling local produce, outdoor clothing, gifts and household goods.
Three bedrooms, one accessed through the twin bedroom. Kitchen, dining and sitting room. Shower room. Family bathroom has bath with shower.
Welcome Pack, Gas Central Heating, TV and DVD player, Bathroom with shower over, Fully fitted kitchen, Separate Shower Room, Parking for 2/3 cars, Garden furniture, Large secluded garden, Short breaks available, Saturday to Saturday changeover
If you dont feel like cooking there is an excellent choice of pubs, restaurants and take-aways in the town.
A selection of leaflets and brochures regarding the surrounding area are available for your use during your stay.
Please note small dogs allowed at the owners discretion
Savona is available as NO SMOKING accommodation.
The Area -
Crickhowell is a lively and interesting town situated on the A 40 some 6 miles west of Abergavenny, the Gateway to Wales. Being so close to the Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains its an ideal base for many outdoor pursuits such as climbing, walking, cycling, horse riding and fishing.
The town sits on the River Usk renowned for its riverside walks and wildlife. The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal is located in the village of Llangattock on the other side of the River. The Sugar Loaf Mountain near Abergavenny and Table Mountain at Crickhowell enjoy excellent walks and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
During the year Abergavenny hosts the famed Food Festival in September and Brecon hosts the Jazz Festival in August. Crickhowell hosts a Walking Festival in March.