• slide offers a whole host of great places to stay both in Crickhowell and across the Black Mountains, perfect for exploring this beautiful corner of Wales’ Brecon Beacons National Park.

Choose from over 100 personally inspected holiday cottages in and around this popular town, with both short breaks and longer holidays available. Sleeping from 2 up to 19 guests, the collection has everything from cosy cottages for couples to family-friendly properties and even vast mansions perfect for group gatherings. Pets are also welcome at the dog-friendly cottages on offer.

For something a little different, why not try staying somewhere quirky? Among the collection you’ll find lodges, log cabins, shepherds’ huts and barns offering somewhere truly memorable to stay. If you’d rather treat yourself during your Black Mountains getaway, a luxury holiday cottage is sure to tick your boxes, offering extra-special features such as hot tubs, roaring log fires and four-poster beds.

Head to the website to take a look at the full collection of cottages and start planning your perfect holiday in Crickhowell.

Other places to stay...


The Loft at Pen y Bryn House

The loft is a small self-catering unit within the spacious gardens of Pen-y-Bryn House at Llangorse Riding and Rope centre

Arch Cottage

Self catering holiday accommodation in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park


The Breakaway, Crickhowell

Self catering accommodation for 2


Llangattock Park House

Built by T H Wyatt in 1838 as a summer/hunting residence for the Duke of Beaufort, Llangattock Park House close to Crickhowell offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation