Crickhowell Attractions

Crickhowell has many attractions to occupy your time during your visit. Some that may even capture your imagination and leave you breathless, and some that might just get you that adrenaline rush you enjoy.

Black Mountain Gold Chocolate

attractionsBlack Mountain Gold Chocolate are artisan chocolate purveyors extraordinaire. The chocolates they makes by hand are truly exceptional and have imaginary tastes and visual twists.

Crickhowell Castle

attractions Crickhowell Castle, also known as Alisby’s castle, is a conspicuous feature of the small market town and occupies a vantage point with commanding views along the Usk valley. It began life as a motte and bailey with timber buildings, probably built by the Turberville family in the 12th century.

St Edmund’s Church, Crickhowell

attractionsSt. Edmund’s is the Church in Wales Parish Church of Crickhowell in the Usk valley in South Wales, serving a population of just over 2000 people. They are part of the St Catwg (Crickhowell) Minstry Area in the diocese of Swansea and Brecon.


attractions The reserve forms part of an impressive limestone escarpment that outcrops along the north eastern edge of Mynydd Llangatwg. It is one of the largest upland limestone cliffs in South Wales.

Sue Thorne Glass works

 attractions Sue loves the outdoors and particularly the mountains and the natural landscape. Birds, flowers and the mountains feature heavily in her work. Sue works in glass, she paints on glass and makes both leaded and fused panels, mixing methods and techniques to create her unique work .