The Manor Hotel, Crickhowell
Situated in possibly the most beautiful valley in the Brecon Beacons National Park on the fringes of the pretty and sophisticated market town of Crickhowell, the views here are humbling.
The family owned Manor hotel sits at the foot of the ancient fortress, Table Mountain. With its striking white exterior against the vivid green backdrop of the Black Mountains this Manor House makes a bold statement.
With 23 individually styled bedrooms, the Manor’s interior is honest, friendly and welcoming to all. Whether you are planning an outdoor activity break on the mountains, water, or in the air, our facilities are ideally suited to help you rest, recharge and recover. We have the only indoor heated swimming pool and leisure facilities in the nearby area, with sauna, Jacuzzi, and steam pool at your disposal.
Our bistro overlooks a valley encroached by an impressive escarpment and the river Usk. Food is of great importance to us, fresh, tasty, seasonal and wholesome of which 90% of the meat and poultry on our menus comes directly from the family farm just seven miles down the road. – thats what you call local !
We think our hotel is the perfect Welsh country get away – come rain or shine, what ever you want to do, The Manor provides the ideal, affordable break in a clean, green, natural environment.
Sir George Everest was born here at our hotel in 1790! His pioneering mapping work led him to the Himalayas, and the highest peak in the world was named after him in 1865 – Mount Everest.
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