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Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Crickhowell

Located in the Usk Valley between the Black Mountains and the eastern area of the Brecon Beacons, Crickhowell is a Georgian market town that is a great place to base yourself if you’re planning lots of walks to the surrounding countryside.
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51.848200, -3.151600

"Barn in Mid Wales" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell. With some of Europe's most interesting and challenging cave networks on your doorstep, Sycamore Barn is perfect for the more adventurous guest. With countless walking and cycling trails nearby and a location deep inside the International Dark...

Prices from £180 per night

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51.858100, -3.153600

"Cottage in Mid Wales" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell. This reverse level accommodation is well placed in Brecon Beacons National Park for cycling to the market towns of Brecon and Abergavenny, or take an evening stroll to the village pub. The property is situated close to Crickhowell with a...

Prices from £154 per night

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51.877500, -3.099500

"Barn in Mid Wales" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell. Set within the foothills of the Black Mountains, this rural location is simply perfect for couples wanting to embrace the outdoors, offering comfortable accommodation and stunning views. The elevated location within Llanbedr is great for...

Prices from £108 per night

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51.859961, -3.134723

"Cottage in Mid Wales" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell. This charming property is situated within a small architect designed development, just a half mile walk into the centre of Crickhowell. The vibrant village offers a good mix of shops to include a bakers and butchers where you can take advantage...

Prices from £138 per night

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51.922507, -3.190912

"Barn in Mid Wales" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell. With Crickhowell less than 6 miles away, head off on a circular walk from Crickhowell to Table Mountain for wonderous views. Stay even closer to home and visit Tretower Court and Castle less than 3 miles away. Bring three of your canine...

Prices from £167 per night

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51.874458, -3.083870

"Cottage in Mid Wales" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 3 guests in Crickhowell. Look out over the Usk Valley and towards the Sugar Loaf Mountain from this pretty stone cottage on a sheep farm in the Brecon Beacons. Up to three guests are welcome to stay at the exquisite one bedroom property, which featured in Great Escapes...

Prices from £114 per night

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51.896500, -3.105900

"Apartment in Mid Wales" is a 1 bed holiday Apartment sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell. A beautiful stone roofed, off grid, artistic hideaway in the heart of the hills. Perched high on the slopes of the Black Mountains in the midst of the Brecon Beacons National Park, enjoy the views and night skies from the terrace, or stride out...

Prices from £173 per night

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51.859041, -3.137387

"The Maiflour Bakery" is a 4 bed holiday Apartment sleeping up to 8 guests in Crickhowell. Resting in the heart of the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park (Brecon Beacons National Park) lies Crickhowell, a small but bustling town offering an abundance of shops, pubs, restaurants and activities for you to discover. Home to the marvelous...

Prices from £172 per night

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51.834266, -3.153832

"House in Mid Wales" is a 5 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 10 guests in Crickhowell. With access to some spectacular walking on Llangattock Mountain, The Blorenge and The Black Mountains,with restaurants, independent shops, pubs and coffee shops in Crickhowell, there is something for everyone during a stay at this stylish...

Prices from £327 per night

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51.922500, -3.191000

"Cottage in Mid Wales" is a 4 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 8 guests in Crickhowell. This picturesque area is famed for its relaxed pace and wonderful walks in all directions. The Crickhowell Walking Festival is a highlight of the local calendar every March. This is an excellent area for cycling, mountain biking, horse riding,...

Prices from £226 per night

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51.861700, -3.135300

"House in Mid Wales" is a 4 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 8 guests in Crickhowell. Crickhowell is a picturesque town nestling in the beautiful Usk Valley and lying to the south of the Black Mountains, the eastern range of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The town was awarded best High Street in Britain 2019 and has continued...

Prices from £378 per night

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51.840360, -3.106020

"Post Office Row Apartment and garden" is a 1 bed holiday Apartment sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £104 per night

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51.870540, -3.241140

"Cae y Rhedyn Annexe" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £75 per night

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51.859230, -3.137030

"Bear Crickhowell" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £142 per night

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51.853970, -3.149960

"Old Rectory Country Hotel" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £95 per night

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51.885730, -3.206620

"The Kestrel B&B" is a 1 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £93 per night

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51.857630, -3.153770

"Ty Croeso Boutique B&B" is a 1 bed holiday BandB sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £120 per night

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51.858160, -3.137790

"Dragon Inn" is a 2 bed holiday Hotel sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £122 per night

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51.838270, -3.083620

"The Barn, Crickhowell" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £114 per night

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51.840700, -3.104430

"Kavieng" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £116 per night

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51.858240, -3.136750

"2 bed period cottage sleeps 4 in central Crickhowell" is a 2 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £250 per night

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51.901800, -3.191360

"Scenic Couples Getaway in the Brecon Beacons" is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £132 per night

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51.852420, -3.147610

"Onney House" is a 3 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 6 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £145 per night

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51.859400, -3.134930

"The Studio, Upper House Farm, Crickhowell." is a 1 bed holiday Cottage sleeping up to 2 guests in Crickhowell.

Prices from £105 per night

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For other suggestions of how to spend your time here, read on for recommendations of where to go and what to do.

Where to Go in Crickhowell

Crickhowell Castle sits above the town and is one of the best tourist attractions in the area. The remains are Grade-I listed and date back to the 13th century, providing an expanse of ruins that visitors are free to explore all year round.

The most notable landmark in the town is Crickhowell’s 18th-century stone bridge, which spans the River Usk. At 420 feet it’s the longest bridge in Wales and attracts quite a number of visitors who come to photograph the structure or watch the water flowing beneath it and onwards to the Llangattock Escarpment.

South of Crickhowell is a valley named Clydach Gorge that was allegedly the area that inspired William Shakespeare to write A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The Lower Clydach Falls are a highlight, but there are also several caves and plenty of footpaths and walking trails to explore.

What to Do in Crickhowell

Crickenhowell’s position near both the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains means that it's a haven for walking fans. There is a wide range of different routes that you can follow from or through the town, and it’s also a great place to cycle with several trails suitable for bikes also cutting through the nearby area.

The range of shops and eateries in Crickhowell means that it’s very easy just to spend an afternoon dipping in and out of all the stores around the town, with plenty of independent businesses which helped to secure the area the title of the ‘UK’s Best Highstreet’ in 2018. Many of the pubs and restaurants in the area come highly recommended, and there’s also an award-winning smokehouse if you’re looking to stock up on supplies before you return home.

If you’re after day trip inspiration, Tretower Court & Castle can be found near to the town and is a brilliant historic attraction for all ages. The four-storey castle dates back to the 1100s and has a charming medieval garden, and there are usually events held over the summer months that cater to families.

Best Time to Visit Crickhowell

When visiting towns and villages in the Brecon Beacons National Park like Crickhowell, you’ll have the best time when the weather is warm and dry. The summer months of June, July and August have the best weather in Wales because the temperatures are high and there is only a small chance of rain, but they will also be the busiest times of year, so visiting at the start of June and even the beginning of September offers the best chance of warm conditions and fewer crowds.