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Crickhowell holiday cottages

98 properties found

Crickhowell (2mls NE), Brecon Beacons

Bluebell Shepherd Huts

2111

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7 nights

£763 - £945

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Llangenny, Mid Wales

Woodpecker Lodge - Llangenny

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£463 - £667

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Crickhowell Town, Brecon Beacons

Hollyfield

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£531 - £954

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Crickhowell (1.5mls S), Brecon Beacons

Willow Cottage

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£454 - £640

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Llangattock, Brecon Beacons

Grape Lodge

2111

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7 nights

£449 - £702

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Crickhowell, Mid Wales

Acorns - Crickhowell

211

Our grading

7 nights

£475 - £782

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Crickhowell (1.7mls SW), Brecon Beacons

Cwm Bach Barn

2111

Our grading

7 nights

£457 - £776

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Llangattock, Brecon Beacons

Table Mountain View

421

Our grading

7 nights

£671 - £978

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Llangenny, Brecon Beacons

Skylark Lodge - Llangenny

4212

Our grading

7 nights

£515 - £770

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Llangenny, Brecon Beacons

Pheasant Lodge - Llangenny

4211

Our grading

7 nights

£545 - £888

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Crickhowell (1m SW), Brecon Beacons

Sycamore Barn

422

Our grading

7 nights

£612 - £995

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Crickhowell (1.5mls SE), Brecon Beacons

Swn - Y - Nant

4222

Our grading

7 nights

£481 - £1,159

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Self-catering accommodation in Crickhowell

Crickhowell is a small town in South Wales that sits entirely surrounded by the Brecon Beacons National Park, one of three National Parks in Wales. It is well known for its art galleries, castle ruins, seventeenth-century stone bridge, churches, and Green Man Festival.

The town is in an excellent position for those wishing to explore the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons, whether it be by walking, cycling, pony-trekking, camping, or fishing. After all that fresh air and exploration, relax at one of the town's restaurants, cafes or pubs.