Mortimer House, Luxury S/C Accom, Crickhowell

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Description from the owner

  • House
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 14

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 14

Type: House

Mortimer House, Luxury S/C Accom, Crickhowell

Mortimer House (, is a large Georgian town house in the centre of Crickhowell. The house comprises 3 completely independent apartments, these can be booked separately or you can rent the whole house. No. 1 sleeping up to 5 plus a baby occupies the ground floor. No. 2 sleeping up to 5 plus a baby the first floor and No. 3 sleeping up to 4 adults and 2 small children occupies the top floor. There is a main entrance to the property and then each apartment has its own private entrance.


No. 1 is a 2 bedroomed apartment - sleeping up to ...Read more

About the owner

Natasha Mason

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  • Overall rating
    5.0 / 5.0 based on 31 reviews


Mortimer House, Luxury S/C Accom, Crickhowell
Crickhowell, Mid Wales, Wales

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Additional Location Information

Originally built in the grounds of a Norman motte and bailey castle, Mortimer House now forms part of the high street with the remains directly behind, giving excellent views from the rear elevation. The town of Crickhowell lies along the banks of the River Usk and is in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park; it is often referred to as ‘the glittering jewel of the vale’ and these days is a vibrant town with small, friendly, individual family owned shops providing not only daily essentials but interesting shops for browsing, often displaying work produced by local artisans. Just a short stroll around the town and you will see that Crickhowell has many excellent places to eat out or just have a drink and enjoy the atmosphere.

Historic sites are in abundance with Tretower Court on the doorstep, Abergavenny Castle, Raglan Castle and many more are just a few miles away. You can take a trip to the Unesco World Heritage site at Blaenavon or see how the miners used to work at Big Pit. To see some magnificent views, a trip on the Brecon Mountain Railway steam train is a must.

Ideally situated for all of the many local events taking place throughout the year, including; Hay Festival of literature & the Arts, Brecon Jazz Festival, Green Man Festival, Crickhowell Walking Festival, Abergavenny Cycling and Food Festivals and the Royal Welsh Show. Alternatively, using Mortimer House as your base you can hill walk, canal walk, run, cycle, fish, sail, canoe, kayak, climb, go horse riding, gliding, caving, play golf, the opportunities are endless.

You can arrive by car, motorbike, bus or bicycle, we have a private car park which can be secured and we have lockable storage for bicycles etc. The nearest train Station is Abergavenny, just a few miles away and there is a regular bus service passing through Crickhowell in both directions.

More About This Location

Lake nearby, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest airport: Cardiff, 60 miles
Nearest train station: Abergavenny, 5 miles
Car is not necessary



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