Pregge Mill

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Description from the owner

  • Cottage
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Cottage

Pregge Mill

Pregge Mill is a well-established holiday home that exceeds the expectations of a five star quality establishment. It is a spacious and beautifully restored Welsh cottage with oak and mahogany finishings throughout. It is situated overlooking the village of Crickhowell . It affords superb views of the Brecon Beacons and is within easy travelling distance of the Black Mountains and the west coast of Wales. The bustling market town of Abergavenny is ten minutes drive with many other picturesque villages close by.

Pregge Mill is a no smoking establishment that is luxuriously appointed throughout. The ground floor is finished with solid oak flooring ...Read more

About the owner

Ann Lloyd

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  • Overall rating
    4.8 / 5.0 based on 14 reviews


Pregge Mill
Crickhowell, Mid Wales, Wales

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Additional Location Information

Pregge Mill is located on the fringe of the Brecon Beacons National Park overlooking the beautiful town of Crickhowell. 20 miles west Pen y fan, South Wales' highest peak rises; Cardiff and Hereford are both 40 miles; Swansea and the beautiful Gower peninsula are 50 miles away and Bristol, Bath and Cheltenham are all within 65 miles. The nearest airports are Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham.

The Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park are hidden gems which those in the know keep to themselves. Canals, rivers, lakes and mountains are all around yet the amenities and cosmopolitan trappings of major towns and cities (Cardiff, Hereford, Hay-on-Wye, Bristol, and Bath) are an hour away.

A nearby mountain railway, boating lake, climbing centre and zip wire course, several horse riding stables, numerous mountain biking trails, golf, tennis, hang gliding/paragliding, fishing, caving and some of the best walking for all abilities ensures everyone can find something they enjoy or something new to try.

The area is a bird-watchers haven, both buzzards and red kites are often seen in and around the village. The area's other major draw, after the natural elements are its many excellent 'foodie' run pubs and restaurants. The annual food festival, hosted 6 miles away in Abergavenny, ensures the culinary delights continue to exceed the expectations of many a noted critic and food writer.

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