Sleeps 2 with King-sized Carved 4-poster bed. This uniquely luxurious octagonal castellated stone Elizabethan Tower is a Grade 11 Listed Building. It is the end wing of the main house, Twr Mihangel, believed to date from the fifteenth century and is situated on the edge of the medieval village of Llanfihangel Crucorney in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The Tower has been carefully and lovingly restored into a beautifully luxurious romantic retreat and is set in mature walled gardens with a private part of the garden for guest use, with a Gazebo, BBQ, etc.
The superb octagonal sitting room has tall stone mullion leaded light windows, candle sconces on the wall, great oak beams, a very large and beautiful Knoll sofa, other period furniture and an original splendid central chandelier. Relax in tranquility in this most comfortable and centrally-heated accommodation with an open stone fireplace, together with modern facilities, including Sky TV, DVD and hi-fi.
The fully-equipped and discrete hand made oak kitchen has a built-in fridge, dishwasher, combi-oven and microwave, an induction hob and a traditional quarry tiled floor.
Up the hand carved oak staircase to a superbly elegant tiled bathroom with a double sized roll top slipper bath, and an original black marble wash stand with an Italian handbasin and a very spacious power shower.
The top floor has an octagonal bedroom with a very impressive and fine hand carved King-sized Four Poster Bed, again wooden floor boards, oriental rugs, tall mullion windows, and an attractive stone fireplace.
All linen, towels, towelling robes are inclusive, as are the electricity, oil central heating and initial supply of logs for the open fire.
Guests are provided with a welcome bottle of sparkling wine and locally produced refreshments on arrival.
The Tower is situated on the edge of the medieval village of Llanfihangel Crucornau, at the foothills of the Black Mountains, within the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The historically renowned Skirrid Mountain Inn, being the oldest and most haunted Inn in Wales, with good food and beer, is a few hundred yards from The Tower. There are also a number of award-winning retaurants in the area.
The nearby Village Shop stocks home made preserves, cakes and other local produce as well as papers, magazines etc. There are also extensive local facilities for fruit-picking and access to locally produced food and wines.
There are excellent walking and horse-riding facilities, with Offa's Dyke close by, the Black Mountains, and Llantony Valley, through to Capel y Ffin and Hay-on-Wye. Equestrian facilities are available in traditional stone stabling and paddocks within the grounds.
The village of Llanfihangel Crucorney is conveniently situated with excellent road links from the M4, M5 and A roads.
The market town of Abergavenny is 5 miles away, Hay on Wye 12 miles and Hereford city 18 miles.
The Celtic Manor Leisure Resort (2010 Ryder Cup venue) is just a 30 minute drive away.