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47 High Street, Crickhowell, NP8 1BE, United Kingdom – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 205 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Dragon Inn.
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant With Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
1:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged GBP 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Based on 205 reviews
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In Crickhowell, in the Brecon Beacons, The Bear dates back to 1432. Expect a welcoming atmosphere, old world charm and good food. Awarded Inn of the Year 2010 by the Good Pub Guide.
Score from 261 reviews Excellent
Surrounded by Brecon Beacons National Park, The Celyn is a bed and breakfast set within a 300 acre working farm in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire.
Score from 187 reviews Exceptional
The oldest hotel in Wales, this charming country house has a tranquil location, set in the Brecon Beacons with riverside and mountain views. There is free Wi-Fi and free parking.
Score from 226 reviews Very good
The Lamb & Flag is at the foot of the mighty Sugar Loaf Mountain near the bustling town of Abergavenny, at the gateway to the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.
Score from 121 reviews Excellent
Very good cooked breakfast and private parking area.
Food in the restaurant. Location, ambience, suite was well appointed and decorated, view to back park although view was of staff smoking and drinking.
Beds were hard despite looking so beautiful.We had no adjoining room but sound of someone having a shower and dragging the flexi-hose along the plastic holder ring sounded like they were inside the room. We were woken up and went outside to check our room was indeed beside a stairwell. glad showering was the only activity! Chap who signed us in made us wait until 8 to eat despite the fact the dining room was almost empty. Bit puzzling but food worth the wait. Staff friendly but maybe lacking training? Narrowest driveway ever!
The location for the start of this section of our Cambrian Way walk.
The thick duvets, they were much too hot.
The staff at the dragon inn were the most helpful and considerate I've met .this was a very pleasant weekend food was fantastic a catered for my young son of one to whatever he wanted
Fabulous breakfast, especially for vegetarians!
friendly staff ,good breakfast,comfy beds,quaint rooms.
old plumbing ,hard to control shower temperature
Great location in a pleasant little country town. Friendly staff. Characterful old building. Good menu, food excellent. Ideal for a relaxed, easy-going long weekend.
No complaints of any significance. Beer aficianados would find that there is a very limited choice of draught ale.
The Dragon Inn's central location meant that all parts of Crickhowell can be reached easily on foot. The staff were helpful and the atmosphere, informal. Breakfast was delicious. In all, an ideal short-stay establishment.
Access to the hotel car park from the road will test the skills of those driving large vehicles e.g.SUVs.
big comfortable bed full size bathroom good food
car park entrance a tight squeeze!
We booked last minute for the Abergavenny Food Festival. The website warned that only a very small double available. Well there was more than enough room to swing the cat if we had taken it! Plus the bathroom contained a bath!
The restaurant being cleared and rearranged whilst we were eating our breakfast. Not very relaxing.
Rooms were lovely and clean. The bed was really nice. The building is gorgeous and the candles and flowers were a nice touch. The lady that was on check in was really friendly. The food in the restaurant was really good.
The staff in the resturant in particular one young girl were quite rude and a bit lax. We had to remind her for the drinks whic in itself is not a problem but her attitude suggested she was doing us a huge favour just by turning up to work that day.
The welcome was great; all of the staff were very friendly and efficient. All areas were clean in spite of the refurbishments that were going on. Food was good and plentiful.
I would have liked to have plain yogurt available at breakfast to go with the wonderful fresh fruit.
Clean nice room. good location and surroundings.
Some staff indifferent; bathroom mixer tap awkward - could not get temperature right; narrow access to car park - barely managed
Really liked our room, meal and town. Room spotless, even little chocolates on our pillows. Had the earlybird 2 course dinner which was a bargain
Quiet location Attractive Hotel Excellent Restaurant Top Quality Service
Room could do with a little renovation (paper coming off wall in bathroom, tap leaked.
This is a lovely quaint hotel, they've gone the extra mile adding chocolate on pillows, nice smoothies and fruit for breakfast. The only thing that let the place down was the shower. We were in a room upstairs (can't remember number) but the ceiling was sloped in the bathroom. The shower head was on the sloped ceiling and even me being 5ft 1 struggled to stand under for a shower. The shower then trickled with water, not enough pressure. Having said this, we unhooked the shower and managed fine, just it wasn't a nice powerful wake me up shower! I'd still recommend as the location is great, bed comfy, staff friendly, food nice, just could have been a little better with the shower
The food was fabulous and the drinks very good value, compared with the hotel down the road. It is in a great location and the bar and restaurant facilities very good. A nice garden space too. The staff were friendly and helpful.
I had a room above the kitchen and it was noisy - both late at night and before 6 in the morning. It was hot (and there was a winter duvet on the bed) so I had to have the windows open. Luckily I had ear plugs.
We stayed in the Annexe - Room 16 fab room and extremely comfy bed - shame about the snorer next door !! Peronni served in the bar - breakfast was good all lovely local produce - will definitely stay here again .
We could hear the person in the next room snoring really loudly ! Entrance to car park really tight squeeze - thank god hubby driving !!
location was very good as we travelled with pets , the room was spotless and comfy and the inclusive breakfast was lovely
we didn't sleep a wink as there was a party underneath our room in the bar which continued till 3:15 a.m as we were travelling onward first thing in the morning this was most unwelcome
Renovated room, central location, gorgeous town & country, good food & drink, excellent service, quality hotel, great to watch well managed super- efficient staff
The room was a little small but was fine for our one night
Very attentive and sociable Manager. Attractive decor both in rooms and bar areas. Excellent breakfast-interesting choices. Very good value.
Smells from kitchen wafting up to bedroom. Also rather noisy late at night whilst clearing up being done. However,I cannot see how that could be easily resolved.
Location, good menu, helpful staff, comfortable bed.
Room needed optional heating as weather was cold, even in August.
Friendly.Comfy. Right in the middle of this beautiful town - You can happily spend a few days walking without using the car (which may be useful...) Minor problems sorted immediately with good grace and no quibble. Excellent food; much better than you'd expect for an Inn. There are many excellent hotels and restaurants in Crickhowell; the Dragon stands comparison with any of them. Thank you.
Nothing but note this is an Inn not a fully-equipped hotel, so no pool, fitness centre, etc. That suits me. And beware the car park entrance if you're driving a large car - mine had 3 inches either side of the wing mirrors - and you need to pull over to the far side of the road to get the angle right (tricky if someone is parked there when you may have to do a little shuffle to line up.) Take your time, you're in Wales.
Clean, friendly, comfortable, excellent food
The car park entrance is awkward, but a historic coaching in can't be changed
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