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