in the Crickhowell area.
There is a wealth of accommodation of all types in and around Crickhowell. The following is representative of the places we recommend, but it is far from exhaustive.
Riverside, Crickhowell. Tel 01873 810397. NGR SO/215185.
A small, formal caravan park and campsite near Crickhowell's famous bridge over the River Usk. (Easter to October only.)
Park Farm, Llangattock. Tel 01873 812183. NGR SO/213172.
Field and riverside camping with good facilities on a working farm about 2kms from our base in the centre of Crickhowell.
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Brecon Beacons Holiday Cottages Tel 01874 676446.
A fantastic selection of holiday lets of all types, shapes and sizes, in and around the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Park Place, Legar, Llangattock. Tel 01873 810878. NGR SO/215179.
Park Place Guest House is stylish 4 star guest house offering low price bed and breakfast accommodation, a short distance from Crickhowell Bridge, and about a 5 minute stroll from our base.
Ty Gwyn, Crickhowell. Tel 01873 811625. NGR SO/217187.
Sue and Pete offer a very warm Welsh welcome at this charming Grade II Georgian house within easy staggering distance of our base. All rooms have en-suite facilities, and are furnished to a high standard.
The Bear Hotel, Crickhowell. Tel 01873 810408. NGR SO/217184.
Our main base for over 30 years! Lots of oak beams, roaring log fires and friendly, obliging staff all add to the unique, relaxing atmosphere of this incredibly busy, award winning, 3 star hotel. Conveniently situated on the main road at the end of the High Street and a focal point of the local community, both accommodation and food are to an exceptional standard. The Bear is a firm favourite with many of our regulars - indeed, we often bump into past clients here! Early booking recommended.
The Dragon Hotel, Crickhowell. Tel 01873 810362. NGR SO/217183.
This small, cosy hotel is situated in a central position at the opposite end of the High Street to our base. The building itself is extremely old, and the rooms are quaint with beams and uneven floors. The staff are friendly and the food is good! For those of you with large cars, be warned that access to the car park is extremely narrow!
The Manor Hotel, Crickhowell. Tel 01873 810212. NGR SO/213194.
The birthplace and former family home of Sir George Everest (the Surveyor General of India, after whom Mount Everest is named), this welcoming hotel is set in a stunning position about a kilometre from the centre of Crickhowell, with huge views over the Usk Valley. The rooms are comfortable, the food is good, and there is a small leisure suite comprising indoor heated pool, jacuzzi, sauna and steam-room, and a small but well-equipped gym.
Further information about accommodation is available from the excellent Crickhowell Tourist Information Centre website.
If you are attending 1:1 coaching or personal tuition based elsewhere, we have contacts in most mountain areas in Britain and will happily suggest suitable accommodation. Please contact the office for further details.
Please mention Kevin Walker Mountain Activities when enquiring about accommodation.