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SUGAR LOAF Ground Floor. Wheelchair access. Sleeps 6, 3 bedrooms (2 double and 1 twin bedded). Bath / shower room, toilet, and handbasin (handrails on toilet and bath). Victorian brass bedsteads. Large kitchen / dining area, seating 8 persons. Magnificent views over the Sugar Loaf and Black Mountains.
The Neuadd is a superbly renovated 17th-century barn conversion which enjoys the most rural location, yet is only a 5 minute drive from all the amenities. Situated in the lee of the Langattock Mountain, the Neuadd commands spectacular caserly views over the stunning Usk Valley to the Sugar Loaf and Black Mountains. The surrounding countryside of the Brecon Beacons National Park is some of the most impressive in Wales and provides superb riding, walking, fishing, and climbing opportunities.
The Neuadd is made up of eight separate cottages and apartments, set around an attractive cobbled courtyard; each representing the highest standards of comfort and luxury, whilst retaining an abundance of original features such as exposed stone walls, oak beams and original windows. There is a large car parking area and a separate lawned area where you can either sit peacefully and take in the magnificent views, or perhaps take in a game of boules.
The Neuadd enjoys a splendid rural location in the lee of the Llangattock Mountain and commands spectacular views over the Usk Valley to the Sugar Loaf and Black Mountains. The charming market town of Crickhowell located on the beautiful River Usk provides excellent everyday amenities.
Abergavenny, about 6 miles away, provides extensive recreational and shopping facilities and The Neuadd has excellent communications, being some 6 miles from the motorway providing good access to South Wales, the West Midlands and the national motorway network.
Within a short drive of Abergavenny are numerous castles, the most notable being Raglan, Chepstow and White Castle. Each one is set in a beautiful location and ideal for picnics. Only ten minutes away is the Big Pit (right) at Blaenavon, a shaft coalmine dating back to the 1840s, and also an Ironworks dating back to the 1780s. There are extensive Roman remains at Caerleon, with a fine modern museum. Brecon has a new theatre and hosts an International Jazz festival each summer. A famous Literary festival is hosted annually in Hay-on-Wye and Abergavenny hosts an annual food festival. The area is well situated near Cardiff and Chepstow and sports several gourmet restaurants. The town also hosts a growing arts festival each summer.
All the cottages are tastefully and individually furnished - the ground floor cottages having wooden floors and rugs. All have comfortable sofas and chairs with co-ordinating fabrics, cushions and curtains, along with individual pieces of stripped antique pine furniture, and of course t.v. and video. All cottages are open plan and the kitchens have solid oak tables and chairs and kitchen units, belfast sink and antique taps, plate racks and dressers.
They are fully equipped with electric cooker, fridge freezer, microwave - ample work and storage space with all the necessary crockery, pans, glassware and utensils. Crisp Egyptian cotton bed linen, high quality duvets and covers, anf fluffy towels all are provided for your comfort, together with teatowels, toilet ad kitchen rolls and all cleaning materials. There is a shared laundry / drying room. Barbecues, travel cot and high chair also available. Dogs are very welcome (by arrangement please) at an extra charge.
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AmenitiesLinens are provided
AccessibilityThree bedroomed cottage all ground floor accommodation - wheelchair accessible. Drop down grab bars in bathroom.
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