Craig Yr Hafod, Rock of the summer pasture
The Cottage is set within the Brecon Beacons national Park, within 23 acres of land on the side of the Blorenge Mountain.
Just one hour from Bristol, but a million miles away from it all. The cottage is remote – and all the more special for it. This does mean we have a beautiful, scenic, sometimes steep and meandering drive all the way up to the cottage.
There are 4 bedrooms, 3 with double beds, the other room has bunk beds with another small mattress on wheels underneath if needed. There is one bathroom upstairs and another with a shower downstairs.
Craig Yr Hafod, Oak Lane, Lanellen, Near Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 9LD.
The nearest train station is in Abergavenny. Taxis are available from the train station.
The house is very dog friendly – but there are sheep on the land surrounding the cottage. Its really important that our four legged friends remain on a long lead if they are not in the house itself.
Located in it’s own private valley on the side of the Blorenge Mountain Craig yr Hafod with sleep 7 adults. There is a large kitchen dining room with a Rayburn (similar to an Aga) at one end and an open fire at the other.
The dining table will seat 8, perfect for gatherings of friends and family. Next to the main room is a cosy snug with a sofa, desk and wood burning stove. There is a basic digital TV but there is no wifi or internet connection although you can pick up a decent 4G signal on a mobile.
There is a shower room and toilet downstairs and a bathroom upstairs.
There are three comfortable double bedrooms and one single (there is also an additional children’s bed under the single.