Perfect family garden, two acres of pretty lawns
Heaps to explore inside and out
Spacious kitchen with large dining room next door
Kitchen with Aga
Anyone hungry?  #Family meals from the AGA
Family dining
Drawing room with open fire and cosy seating
Games area
Play house in the garden
There's a vintage vibe running through the house
Great area for fishing
Sleep in style -
Light airy bedroom
One of many bedrooms
Pretty twin room - ideal for the children
Cosy bedroom
Room with a view
The children will enjoy bedtime
A friendly companion
Bedtime stories
Bright bedroom
Home from home
Double room with additional single bed
Enjoy  a restful night's sleep - attic room
A bit of light reading after a busy day
Attic room - original features throughout
Children will love these special chairs
Finishing touches
Sit back and enjoying the view
Beautiful garden views
Beautiful roses in June and July
Great for dining alfresco
1 / 32  Perfect family garden, two acres of pretty lawns
2 / 32  Heaps to explore inside and out
3 / 32  Spacious kitchen with large dining room next door
4 / 32  Kitchen with Aga
5 / 32  Anyone hungry? #Family meals from the AGA
6 / 32  Family dining
7 / 32  Drawing room with open fire and cosy seating
8 / 32  Games area
9 / 32  Play house in the garden
10 / 32  There's a vintage vibe running through the house
11 / 32  Great area for fishing
12 / 32  Sleep in style -
13 / 32  Light airy bedroom
14 / 32  One of many bedrooms
15 / 32  Pretty twin room - ideal for the children
16 / 32  Cosy bedroom
17 / 32  Room with a view
18 / 32  The children will enjoy bedtime
19 / 32  A friendly companion
20 / 32  Bedtime stories
21 / 32  Bright bedroom
22 / 32  Home from home
23 / 32  Double room with additional single bed
24 / 32  Enjoy a restful night's sleep - attic room
25 / 32  A bit of light reading after a busy day
26 / 32  Attic room - original features throughout
27 / 32  Children will love these special chairs
28 / 32  Finishing touches
29 / 32  Sit back and enjoying the view
30 / 32  Beautiful garden views
31 / 32  Beautiful roses in June and July
32 / 32  Great for dining alfresco

The Old Vicarage On The Sugar Loaf,

Crickhowell (1.5mls E), Brecon Beacons
Sleeps 14
Bedrooms 7
Bathrooms 2
Change Fri
Dogs allowed 2
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
High up on a Hill
Hens and Stags
Highchair available
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Property code: 42914


Originally dating back from the 1740’s, it is a great family holiday home, large and comfortable, there is plenty of room at the property for two or three families to enjoy a holiday together, or just to spread out and make yourself really comfortable.

Abergavenny is just 15 minutes by car with its castle, shops and restaurants. Crickhowell with shops and pubs is a 7 minute drive, you can also be in Brecon within 30 minutes or Hay-on-Wye with its fabulous book shops and famous Hay Festival within 40 minutes. Nearby attractions include walking The Sugar Loaf Mountain it is a great walk and will reward you with fantastic views of the area. The Black Mountains, part of the Brecon Beacons National Park are all around you, so you can pick your next peak from the top. Fishing permits can be obtained with help from the owners and there is fishing on the nearby river or the larger River Usk just a couple of miles away. Play facilities: trampoline, playhouse and tree house

The accommodation offers SEVEN bedrooms: 1 super-king-size with en-suite bath with shower and WC, 1 double, 1 double with additional single bed, 1 twin, 1 twin (suitable for children only) accessed via a double bedroom and 1 single with a day bed. On the second floor, 1 twin with 2 additional single beds (suitable for children only) Bathroom: with bath and WC. Separate WC, on the ground floor. Lounge/snug: with SkyTV, DVD and a selection of toys and games. Drawing room: with open fire and piano. Dining room: with football table. Kitchen/diner: with electric oven and hob, Aga, microwave, dishwasher, fridge and TV. Utility room: with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Outside: garden and terrace with outdoor furniture, BBQ and an acre of woodland to explore. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen, electric, central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 2 dogs welcome. Additional info: Spa treatments can be arranged at the house. Location: pub within walking distance. Arrival: 4pm.

Dogs fees are charged per dog at £20.00 for up to 7 nights, £40.00 for up to 14 nights and an additional £20.00 for every week or part week thereafter.

Please note there is a refundable £300 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

SLEEPS 12 adults + max 6 children: Master bedroom:  An en-suite master bedroom with super king-size bed + 2 singles in a separate annexe leading off the main bedroom (ideal for 2 children).  Second double bedroom overlooking the garden, with super-king size bed and 1 day bed.   Double room three: 1 small double sleigh bed.  2 twin bedrooms - each with 2 good sized single beds.   Attic bedrooms: 1 standard double bed + small child's bed (young child only).  Small second bedroom with 1 single bed.  Additional 2 single beds on the landing in the attic.   

BATHING: En-suite in master bedroom with shower, bath, loo and basin. First floor family bathroom with bath, loo and basin. Additional first floor loo with basin.

KITCHEN: Oil fired AGA, electric cooker and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, coffee maker and television. Farmhouse breakfast table and seats for six, perfect for cosy breakfasts with early risers! The adjoining boot room has a washing machine a tumble dryer and a freezer.

DINING: Large dining room with pretty views onto the garden, huge dining room table with lots of seating for fabulous lunches or suppers with friends and family. Two sofas and an indoor football table can also be found in the dining room too!

RELAXING: Cosy snug with large plasma television with sky and DVD player. Toys and games for a wide range of ages can be found, so plenty to do on rainy days! Lovely grown up drawing room with piano, open fire and lots of comfortable chairs and sofas.

OUTSIDE: An acre of woodland to explore, plus a well maintained, pretty garden with beautiful ancient trees. A terrace with barbeque, outside dining furniture and romantic a wooden swing seat for quiet moments!

PLAYTIME: Inside football table, books and toys. Outside there is a basic trampoline, wooden playhouse, tree house with fantastic views and slide. All at own risk.

TECHNOLOGY: Most mobile networks work in the house. There is wireless broadband access and sky television.

SECURITY BOND: There is a damage bond of £300, managed directly with the owner, for this property, refunded on safe departure.

STYLE & FINISH: We love the Old Vic, for what is it, a really large, laid back family house, which is brilliant value for lots of friends and family getting together. It's utterly charming, however not one of our luxury self catering stays which is reflected in the price. Bedding included, please bring your own towels.

This property joined our collection in 2016 and is managed by Wilma.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 4 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
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Reviewed by Alex, 27th October 2017

Great location for a weekend away with friends - lots of space for everyone, really charming location and lovely communal spaces for eating together and hanging out. Good nearby walks, pub, the works!

Reviewed by Anne, 22nd September 2017

It is perfect for a large extended family of all ages and brilliant for children. We could have a lazy breakfast inside whilst watching the children playing in the Wendy house and swinging on the rope swing at the other end of the garden. The lounge was so cosy and relaxing for chatting late into the night. Found the books fascinating.

Reviewed by Sarah, 14th July 2017

This is a wonderful house and garden. We all felt at home because it is clearly cherished by the family who own it. The location is brilliant: down the road is the river where I saw dippers, grey wagtails and a heron and up the road is the challenge of Sugar Loaf mountain. The garden is stunning, an invitation to explore. The house is full of booksRead more and pictures. Never a dull moment! Hide

Reviewed by Liz, 23rd June 2017

Beautiful property, great beds, lovely views and huge rambling garden to explore. We were at this house for a ladies weekend but I can also imagine it would be great for a 2-3 families to share. We would considering returning.

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Perfect family garden, two acres of pretty lawns
Heaps to explore inside and out
Spacious kitchen with large dining room next door
Kitchen with Aga
Anyone hungry?  #Family meals from the AGA
Family dining
Drawing room with open fire and cosy seating
Games area
Play house in the garden
There's a vintage vibe running through the house
Great area for fishing
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