December 10, 2023

Ramblers Rest Cottage

Crickhowell, Powys


Ramblers Rest is perfect for a break in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Grade II listed, this self catering cottage nestles in the oldest street in Crickhowell, and is only 2 minutes walk from the River Usk, famous for its excellent fishing and wildlife.

The cottage is centrally heated and offers well appointed accommodation, but retains the charm and peaceful atmosphere of its mid-1800s origin.

Whether you are walkers, anglers, outdoor pursuits enthusiasts, nature lovers, or just want to enjoy a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life, Ramblers Rest is the ideal starting point.


Accommodation Details

The cottage sleeps up to four adults, and is well appointed throughout.

The accommodation comprises:

Ground floor
Sitting Room with television/DVD and CD player, comfortable sofa and chairs
Fully equipped Kitchen with cooker, microwave oven, washing machine, dining table and chairs.
Walk-in pantry with fridge/freezer and plenty of storage space.
Bathroom; with WC and bath with shower over

First floor
Bedroom 1 double bedded room
Bedroom 2 twin bedded room (3ft beds)

There is a pretty and secluded garden with views of the Llangattock escarpment. The garden is totally enclosed and very safe for children, and is equipped with garden furniture and B B Q. We have provided a selection of maps and local guide books for visitors to use.

The cottage is only available as NO smoking accommodation.


Room Rate Guide:

Prices include all gas, electricity, heating, hot water, bed linen and towels.

Low Season: from �215
Mid Season: from �295
High Season: from �375

High Season is July, August, early September
Low Season is November to March - excluding Christmas/


General Details

Crickhowell is easy to reach from all parts of the country, and is an ideal base from which to explore and discover the delights within the Brecon Beacons National Park . From the doorstep, you can enjoy many beautiful and varied walks, or fishing and canoeing on the River Usk. Close to hand you can find many outdoor activities, such as horse-riding or mountain biking. Crickhowell's charming High Street is only a five-minute walk from the cottage, and has variety of interesting shops and plenty of places to enjoy very good local food.

Further afield, you can quickly reach the National Park Visitor Centre, from which you can climb the highest peaks in the Park, and experience the beauty and majesty of Brecon Beacons mountain range at first hand. For historians, there are many of places of interest - castles, churches; ruins etc, and for book-lovers, Hay on Wye, the famous town of books, is only 30 minutes drive away. Also nearby is Ross-on-Wye, with its 13th century church and 17th century Market House, and Hereford, with its superb cathedral and the Mappa Mundi.


Other Information

Crickhowell is easy to reach from all directions, as it is conveniently sited on the A40 just six miles west of Abergavenny, and twelve miles east of Brecon.


Booking Enquiry

Property Name

Ramblers Rest Cottage


15 Bridge Street



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