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Situated in an idyllic spot, surrounded by beautiful countryside
Located in the middle of the Black Mountains
Alfresco dining with a wonderful backdrop
A dining area with a view
Enjoy meals together
Stunning kitchen space
Cosy lounge with open fire
Kitchen area
Super king-size bedroom with exposed beams
Family bathroom
Quaint double bedroom
Twin bedroom
Bunk room
Pretty outside seating area
Large stone dining table and chairs
Approach to the property
Gorgeous views across the rolling countryside
1 / 17  Situated in an idyllic spot, surrounded by beautiful countryside
2 / 17  Located in the middle of the Black Mountains
3 / 17  Alfresco dining with a wonderful backdrop
4 / 17  A dining area with a view
5 / 17  Enjoy meals together
6 / 17  Stunning kitchen space
7 / 17  Cosy lounge with open fire
8 / 17  Kitchen area
9 / 17  Super king-size bedroom with exposed beams
10 / 17  Family bathroom
11 / 17  Quaint double bedroom
12 / 17  Twin bedroom
13 / 17  Bunk room
14 / 17  Pretty outside seating area
15 / 17  Large stone dining table and chairs
16 / 17  Approach to the property
17 / 17  Gorgeous views across the rolling countryside

Patrishow Farm

Crickhowell (4.5mls NE), Brecon Beacons

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Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
pets Dogs welcome 2
Downstairs bedroom
Downstairs bathroom
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Fishing onsite / nearby
Luxury
Family friendly
Off the beaten track
High up on a Hill
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • A characterful farmhouse with pretty ancient features
  • Enjoy a restful break away from it all within 100 private acres
  • Far reaching views across the beautiful Black Mountains
Property code: 42876

The property really is great for spending some quality time with those you love, the walking is second to none, the area will enchant you and the views really do have to be seen to be believed. Abergavenny is the nearest town, with independent cinema, a supermarket for supplies and a food festival each September. Nearby attractions include Crickhowell which is a little town to stock up on local supplies, with independent stores and a butchers, there is also a mountaineering shop and tourist info. The Welsh Borders are almost littered with Norman castles, Raglan, White Castle, Grosmont and Skenfrith. Hereford houses the Mappa Mundi and is the nearest city, with beautiful cathedral and pretty Church Street. Pony trekking is available in the nearby Llanthony Valley and Llangattock Escarpment.

The accommodation offers FOUR bedrooms: 1 super-king-size, 1 double, 1 twin and 1 bunk bedroom. Bathroom: with bath, shower and WC. Wet room: with shower and WC, on the ground floor. Lounge: with open-fire (first basket of logs included), TV, DVD and iPod dock. Snug: with double sofa bed sleeping 2 (there is an additional charge of £35 per person to use this). Conservatory. Kitchen/diner: with electric double oven, induction hob, fridge, freezer, washing machine and larder. Outside: garden. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen, towels, electric, underfloor heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome (please keep dogs in the spacious kitchen/boot room area). Additional info: the lower track leading to the property is narrow in places. Wi-Fi, please be aware that this can be patchy due to the remote location. It is advisable to use a 4x4 in winter months due to the remote location and with the property being located on farmland. Arrival: 4pm

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

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SLEEPS 2 - 8 (+ 2): Four upstairs bedrooms: A super king-size master bedroom, a double, a twin and a childrens bunk bed room. There is a downstairs playroom which can be made up instead of the bunk beds if preferred. There is also a sofa bed available to sleep up to 2 additional people (there is a £35 surcharge per person to make up the sofa bed or the downstairs bedroom). Please note that all upstairs bedrooms are accessed via a steep staircase, so care must be taken at all times.

BATHING: Luxury wet room / family bathroom with great views, a huge shower and bath tub positioned in front of a fireplace.  Downstairs wet room, basin and loo. Fluffy towels included, and water is supplied from our very own spring!

RELAXING: Sitting room, with open fireplace, first batch of logs included, television, dvd player, iPod dock, original art work and under floor heating. Wi-fi, please be aware that this can be patchy due to the remote location. There is a downstairs snug, with sofabed and a downstairs playroom with stunning views and toys / games available.

DINING: Large kitchen / dining area, with underfloor heating, huge oak windows looking out across the mountains, solid oak hand built kitchen, zinc work tops, walk in larder, electric double oven, induction hob and butler sink.

BOOTS & MUD: Boot room, perfect for hanging coats, keeping boots, washing off the mud. Laundry facilities with washing machine.

PETS: Up to 2 dogs are accepted on the understanding that they please stay in the kitchen/boot room area...underfloor heated and a good size, they'll love it!

VEHICLE ACCESS: The lower track leading to the property is narrow and steep in places. Due to the remote location of the property and with it being on farmland, it is advisable to use a 4x4 in winter months. Please note that the property is not suitable for home delivieries.

OFFER: 20% discount for couples booking out of school holidays and only using one bedroom.

HOLIDAY PREPARATION: We would advise to contact local amenities directly, such as shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions, to confirm the latest opening times and availability.

Your outdoorsy family will adore the miles of Welsh walking routes that surround the property, as the Brecon Beacons National Park boasts remarkable landscapes that people travel for miles to enjoy. Be sure to stock up on bits and bobs before heading home, however, as the nearest town of Crickhowell is 6 miles away. Once there, you'll find a quaint market town with independent shops, eateries and local pubs. Your kids will adore exploring the ruins of the Crickhowell Castle, whilst we're sure the adults will enjoy a stop off at the riverside pub. Heading back to the property, be sure to wait until after dark and look up at the sky. The area you'll be staying in is an International Dark Sky reserve and thanks to the minimal light pollution near your property, you'll no doubt see wonders of the galaxy on a clear night.

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Situated in an idyllic spot, surrounded by beautiful countryside
Located in the middle of the Black Mountains
Alfresco dining with a wonderful backdrop
A dining area with a view
Enjoy meals together
Stunning kitchen space
Cosy lounge with open fire
Kitchen area
Super king-size bedroom with exposed beams
Family bathroom
Quaint double bedroom
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This property is personally managed by Sara.Hughes.

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 12 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Terry 28th September 2020

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A beautiful cottage with loads of character. Comfortable and surrounded by beautiful hills and countryside.

Reviewed by Catherine 18th September 2020

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Just came back from a wonderful stay at Patristow Farm. Very rural location which was exactly what we wanted, beautiful views and direct access to the black mountains with gorgeous walks. The farm house was spacious and very tastefully decorated. Would definitely visit again.

Reviewed by Robin 21st August 2020

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Reviewed by Zoe 7th October 2019

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Reviewed by Robin 2nd August 2019

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Patrishow is a fabulous house and fully deserves its reputation as the best holiday cottage in Wales.

Reviewed by Karen 14th June 2019

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Wonderful cottage with amazing views, lovely walks on hand. Plenty of space so comfortable for all 9 of us. Both staircases are very narrow and not suitable for someone unsteady on their feet like my 80 yr old father. Make sure you take additional toilet roll as little available & a long way from the nearest shop, make sure you have all your food wRead moreith you! A lovely cottage with lots of character & charm, very tranquil & you felt you had left the humdrum of everyday life behind and could relax Hide

Reviewed by Kathryn 7th June 2019

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Beautiful house! Highlights being the gorgeous bathroom and the stunning kitchen. Wonderful views. Would definitely recommend. Have stayed 3 times already, with another visit already booked!

Reviewed by Graeme 10th May 2019

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A rural idyll perched half way up a mountain side, truly isolated and hidden from the rest of the World.

Reviewed by Robin 3rd May 2019

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Patrishow is very remote but more than lives up to its reputation as the finest holiday cottage in Wales. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by Rebecca 29th March 2019

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This is a stunning property that really does deliver on the promise of getting away from it all. Highly recommended. Just make sure you take everything you need with you as the owners dont provide anything in the way if basic essentials, spare loo paper or toiletries.

Reviewed by Mark 22nd March 2019

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We had an amazing week with family and friends at Patrishow Farm. It is secluded, peaceful and has stunning views. The house is rustic and is full of character but also has modern conveniences for comfort. Lovely walks straight from the door and Sugar Loaf within easy reach. We would stay here again. Patrishow Farm a very special place.

Reviewed by T G 23rd November 2018

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This is an outstanding house in an outstanding location. It comfortably accommodates eight. It is at 1200 feet so take warm clothes for winter walks.

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