Ty Croeso Crickhowell Powys
The name of this recently refurbished 19th century property (pronounced Tee Croy-so) means ‘House of Welcome’ in Welsh and a warm welcome is guaranteed.
Your friendly hosts, Alexandra and Cory Johnson, await your arrival with tea and homemade cakes, and are always happy to come up with suggestions about places to eat and visit during your stay.
Ty Croeso is set high on the hillside above the Monmouth and Brecon Canal just half-a-mile from the charming town of Crickhowell in the Brecon Beacons National Park. It’s ideally situated for touring and exploring the region’s castles, museums and fascinating old industrial sites, such as The Big Pit in Blaenavon, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There’s a wealth of leisure activities to enjoy within a ten-mile radius, including walking the Beacons Way or Offa’s Dyke, horse-riding, hang-gliding, angling, sailing, golf, canal boating on the Brecon and Monmouth Canal, and caving on Llangattock Escarpment.
Outside, there’s a pretty sloping garden where guests will find a choice of peaceful spots from which to soak up the amazing views over the Usk Valley and towards the Black Mountains.
Pets are not permitted, but guide dogs are welcome. This is a no-smoking property. Private parking is provided, and there’s plenty of room for storing bicycles and other outdoor equipment.
Room rates range from £75 to £120 per night, or from £65 for single occupancy.
- Flat-screen television
- Locally-sourced food
- Organic breakfast
- Tea and homemade cakes on arrival