Gwyn Deri Bed & Breakfast

We provide a warm welcome with our beautifully decorated and well equipped rooms with open views of this spectacular countryside and, of course, our wonderfully wholesome breakfasts made from locally sourced produce.

Gwyn Deri Bed & Breakfast is situated in quiet and peaceful Crickhowell, which is a pretty town in the Brecon Beacons National Park, lying to the south of the Black Mountains in the valley of the River Usk.

Each of our bedrooms is a haven of comfort. They are all individually designed and furnished, and provide every comfort you may need. On arrival you will be welcomed with a warm drink and some wonderful homemade cake!

We have 3 bedrooms, 1 double en suite, 1 Twin en suite and 1 Twin with private bathroom. We can provide addtional accomodation for children.

Room features:
• Comfortable beds with quality linen and extra blankets available
• Well fitted bathrooms with showers (2x en suite, 1x private bathroom)
• TV and alarm clock
• Complimentary homemade biscuits
• Refreshments tray and flask
• Complimentary toiletries
• 24 hour access
• WiFi

Gwyn Deri is only a few minutes walk from the centre of Crickhowell with its many excellent eating places.

We have off road parking for up to 6 cars.
Other facilities available:
• Drying room and secure storage for bikes

Crickhowell is perfectly placed to take advantage of the numerous activities in the vicinity – including walking, cycling, fishing, horseriding to name but a few. With the addition of great pubs and restaurants within walking distance there is everything you need for the perfect break at anytime of the year!

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Gwyn Deri Bed & Breakfast
Mill Street Crickhowell Powys NP8 1BA Wales
phone: 01873 812494 fax:

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