Couples will surely love this charming upside down house, a lovingly converted, 200 year old water mill in the attractive market town of Crickhowell on the eastern side of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The stylish accommodation has been arranged to make full advantage of the breathtaking views across wooded glades, the glorious Glanusk Estate and picturesque Usk Valley.
Crickhowell is a lovely town to explore and boasts a variety of independent shops, CriC gallery, cafes, restaurants, the Welsh Venison Centre and Farm Shop, the Black Mountains Smokery and the Black Mountain Gold chocolatier, Jules James. Drop in for some indulgent treats or book a chocolate making workshop.
The Bear, a 14th century coaching inn and the Dragon Inn are both recommended for their good food and traditional Welsh hospitality.
Crickhowell makes a convenient base from which to explore the park. There are walks galore, market towns, adventure activities, cycling, horse riding and opportunities to try traditional country sports , canal boat tours, Michelin starred restaurants, castles, historic homes, caves, mountains and more. Find inspiration for days out in the Crickhowell Resource and Information Centre in Beaufort St.