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Hotel room was very hot and hard to cool down. I opened the window but could then hear the motorway. Bed was comfy and although the shower was small it was clean and powerful.
Didnt like charges £6 extra per day for parking. Plenty of parking spaces available charging for these is robbery
Weak wi-fi, a the towels were not changed or space left.
hotel and staff great. location, food, rooms, everything great
Very clean room, great bed. Staff were wonderful and friendly
The setting, the building itself. And thd overall e
Very friendly staff who went out of their way to help you
Location is convenient for motorists and room relatively comfortable. Duvet was skimpy and was same width as bed before we got in it. Waitress at evening meal didn’t know what beers were on tap at breakfast, hot water for tea was in a flask which had previously contained coffee and still tasted of ...
Will be going back, food is good and had a good time
There’s a variety of three star hotels that ensure you will enjoy your visit to this beautiful corner of Wales without having to rough it – but not have to break the bank either.
There’s an excellent choice of extremely affordable mid-range hotels centred around Crickhowell’s high street and the main Beaufort Street that runs through the centre of town. By arranging your accommodation here through Expedia you will be right in the heart of everything that makes this town so popular.
The town has plenty of thriving independent retailers and staying in the heart of Crickhowell affords you the luxury of taking a morning stroll to discover that for yourself. There’s a great selection of cafés and shops to explore before retiring to any one of a number of pubs to enjoy Welsh hospitality at its very best.
The hotels in town offer a sumptuous range of food and drink but a bonus of staying in the centre of Crickhowell is that you have a mouth-watering selection of restaurants on your doorstep. Whether its pub grub or a la carte you’re after, there’s plenty to choose from.
Located just south of the magnificent Black Mountains, the eastern range of the Brecon Beacons National Park, Crickhowell is an excellent place to base yourself for enjoying – and exploring - the Welsh countryside.
Walking and hiking, as well as having a go at the watersports on the rivers that flow through the area, are extremely popular and with such a range of trails and activities they are ideal for experts and novices alike.
For visitors who prefer four legs to two, there is a variety of horse riding trails throughout the Brecon Beacons with around 600 miles of bridleways and routes in the region. If you need to brush up on your riding skills, there is also a number of excellent centres in the area.
What better way to take in the natural beauty of the surrounding countryside – whether it is at a gentle trot or a full blown gallop?
With the Green Man Festival now having become very much an annual fixture, Crickhowell’s hotels and guesthouses are perfect for any music lovers who don’t feel the need to rough it to enjoy the eclectic range of bands and DJs performing. Held in the nearby Glanusk Park, the award-winning festival swells the numbers of visitors to the town dramatically each August so it pays to book your accommodation early if you’re after a little bit of luxury.
With the beauty of rural Wales just minutes from your door, choosing a hotel in Crickhowell’s centre means that you can experience the very best this picturesque town – and surrounding countryside – has to offer and discover why people come back again and again.