Guide to Crickhowell Literary Festival

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The second Literary Festival will take place from the 1st til the 9th October in Crickhowell; a pretty Georgian town with a High Street full of unique independent shops, Crickhowell is an ideal base for many to sample all the Brecon Beacons has to offer. There is a wide selection of places to eat from pubs, cafes, restaurants and a bistro,  A well-known feature of Crickhowell is the bridge spanning the River Usk, built in 1706.   Read our guide on the town here.

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The Festival features something for everyone – there will be lots of talks – on books, poetry, art, sport and politics; and there will be readings, stories, interviews, debates, candle-lit literary suppers, creative writing workshops and wholesome walks.

We hope that the Crickhowell Literary festival will bring opportunities for learning and pleasure to the entire community. .

Have a look at the festival programme and book your tickets here.

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Festival organizers hope that the Crickhowell Literary festival will bring opportunities for learning and pleasure to the entire community.

Wondering where to eat whilst in Crickhowell? There is a wide selection of places to eat from pubs, cafes, restaurants and a bistro in the town, find out more here.

Whether you want 4 star comfort, cosy B&Bs, your own cottage or to camp or caravan there is a huge selection of accommodation available in Crickhowell and its immediate surrounding area.

Details of local accommodation providers can be found here

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3 Responses to Guide to Crickhowell Literary Festival

  1. Pingback: What’s on this weekend in the Brecon Beacons | Brecon Beacons Tourism Blog

  2. Headline typo – I don’t think it’s a “Literacy” festival !

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