Crickhowell (Crughywel) attractions

Top Choice Historic Building in Crickhowell (Crughywel)

Tretower Court & Castle

Originally the home of the Vaughan family, Tretower gives you two historic buildings for the price of one: the sturdy circular Norman keep, now roofless and commanding only a sheep-nibbled bailey, and a 15th-century…
Mountain in Crickhowell (Crughywel)

Crug Hywel

Distinctive flat-topped Crug Hywel (Hywel's Rock; 451m), better known as Table Mountain, rises to the north of Crickhowell and gave the town its name. You can do a steep but satisfying hike to the impressive remains…
Historic Building in Crickhowell (Crughywel)

Old Market Hall

Built in the 1830s by the Duke of Beaufort, Crickhowell's small but grandiose open-fronted market hall hosts an arts-and-craft market most Saturdays. Upstairs there's a cafe in a space that originally served as the …