Crickhowell is the ideal location to base yourself for an activity holiday or break and provided you are properly equipped it's easy to find the right walk or cycle route for you in the area.There are a number of webcams in the area so you can check out weather conditions before you go, just click on Outdoor, below and follow the link to the Webcams.
Cycling in the black mountains Photo by David Zibbs
Julie Woollard, painter, is participating in the 2013 Crickhowell Open Studios weekend for the 2nd consecutive year. She works in a variety of media which will be shown at her home studio in Llangattock.
Nigel Forster, photographer, is a regular participant in the Crickhowell Open Studio weekend. He produces Photographic prints (framed and mounted) of the Brecon Beacons, Pembrokeshire and elsewhere in Wales
Philippine is once again participating in the Open Studio weekend. She creates puzzles and sculptures with Welsh hardwood and will be exhibiting in the beautiful setting of the Gliffaes Country House Hotel alongside Robert MacDonald
Editha Openshaw’s home studio will be open for one day only during the Spring Bank Holiday weekend. She is a multifaceted artist who is well known as an iconographer and will be showing icons as part of her body of work.
Morgan Llewellyn, painter, will again welcome visitors to view his work in the beautiful historic Llangattock Court during the Crickhowell Open Studios weekend. He paints both landscapes and portraits in watercolour and oils.
Jane is a first time participant in Crickhowell Open Studios and Galleries 2013. She paints in acrylics and will be exhibiting a variety of work from her basement studio in Book-ish in the centre of Crickhowell.