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Hillside Cottage
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £415
High Season: £555

NESTLED HIGH UP IN THE BLACK MOUNTAINS WITH GREAT WALKS AND CYCLE RIDES This romantic holiday cottage is set on the hill. Inside it is warm and cosy, with a contemporary feel, country touches and a simple layout, it's very easy to feel at home and enjoy spreading out the maps and guidebooks to plan your weekend adventures. Located above the villages of Crickhowell and Llangattock,...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £415

High Season: £555

Old Castle Studio
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Sleeps: 2
No of Bedrooms: 1
Low Season: £505
High Season: £760

The property forms part of the old Castle grounds in Crickhowell, inside the accommodation is bright and light, with a neutral colour scheme, brightened with fun accents. The town has a Saturday market, butchers, shops, restaurants and pubs all within walking distance. Abergavenny with its castle, shops and restaurants, is just 10 minutes away by car. Hay on Wye, famous for The Hay Festival,...

Sleeps: 2

No of Bedrooms: 1

Low Season: £505

High Season: £760

Llangattock Mountain Bunkhouse
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Sleeps: 30
No of Bedrooms: 7
Low Season: £POA
High Season: £POA

For a perfect, quiet bunkhouse break, try this mountain-top accommodation with modern en-suite facilities. An ideal location for a variety of activity breaks, especially walking and hiking holidays, there’s doorstep access to ancient woodlands, rare marshland, wildflower meadows, Llangattock caves and cliffs, and mountain walks. Blenaevon World Heritage site is a short distance away. YHA...

Sleeps: 30

No of Bedrooms: 7

Low Season: £POA

High Season: £POA

Merryfields Barn
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £375
High Season: £785

Merryfields Barn is a modern 5-star self-catering property located in Llangattock, Crickhowell, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The barn is set in grounds of two acres in a peaceful, rural location, where guests can enjoy stunning views of nearby Crickhowell, the River Usk and the Black Mountains (incl. Table Mountain and Sugar Loaf). The picturesque Georgian market town Crickhowell and...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £375

High Season: £785

Ramblers Rest Cottage
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Sleeps: 4
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £225
High Season: £375

Ramblers Rest is perfect for a break in the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park. Grade II listed, this self catering cottage nestles in the oldest street in Crickhowell, and is only 2 minutes walk from the River Usk, famous for its excellent fishing and wildlife. Refurbished throughout, the cottage is centrally heated and offers well appointed accommodation, but retains the charm and...

Sleeps: 4

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £225

High Season: £375

 

Crickhowell Tourist Information
Crickhowell is a small town located on the edge of the Black Mountains inside the Brecon Beacons National Park, about six miles drive from Abergavenny and just over fourteen miles drive from the town of Brecon.

This picturesque town which is nestled in the beautiful Usk Valley offers something special in the way of shopping, it's not a town of big brand retailers, instead, you will find a town of unique local shops with welcoming, personable shopkeepers. As with its shops, eating establishments in Crickhowell are individualistic and welcoming, here you're provided with a fine selection of eateries offering a varied choice of cuisines.

Crickhowell's location provides some picturesque walking trails including the well known but rather energetic walk up to the summit of 'Table Mountain', from the town to the summit is about four and a half miles ascending up 380m, but the views from the summit across the Usk Valley and the Brecon Beacons are worth every step.

On the doorstep of Crickhowell lies 'Craig y Cilau National Nature Reserve' which is perched high on the hillside above the Usk Valley, the reserve is rich in flora and fauna with 250 species of plant life including its exceptional variety of alpine plants. For walkers with stout footwear, the reserve provides plenty of footpaths through its varied habitats.

It's a town with walking at its heart, so much so that every March the 'Crickhowell Walking Festival' comes alive. Spread over nine days, the festival has knowledgeable guides who take walkers on a variety of interesting walks covering various grades and lengths, from 'One Boot Walks' which are fairly easy and last around half a day up to their 'Four Boot Walks' which last all day and cover between 12 and 20 miles.

The town's love for walking and walkers has been recognized with Crickhowell being awarded the prestigious Walkers are Welcome status.

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