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The Weather in Crickhowell
Check out the climate diagram for Crickhowell. July is the warmest month in Crickhowell, with average daily maximum temperatures of 20°. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 3°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Discover prehistoric Britain at Crickhowell holiday lettings
Crickhowell accommodation locates you amid some of Britain's best-loved landscapes, boasting a heritage that stretches back to prehistoric times and plenty of enlivening experiences.
Descend into mysterious Big Pit National Coal Museum, located in a real coal mine. Multimedia tours take you on a journey through the colliery buildings and real miners guide you on a 50-minute walk by lamplight.
The remarkable ruins of Abergavenny Castle are perfect the perfect setting for picnics. The museum building, which was once the hunting lodge of the Marquess of Abergavenny, contains exhibits telling the history of the ancient market town, from its prehistoric roots to the present.
Edenic family outings
At Greenmeadow Community Farm, you can be part of a thriving 250-year-old farm for a day. Meet cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, and more. Ride around on a tractor before enjoying homemade treats amid spectacular scenery.
Indoor adventures are yours to enjoy at the Eden Centre. Scoot down the four-metre Astra Slide, scale the climbing wall, and whizz down the 'Sky Glide' zip wire. There are plenty of bridges, tunnels, and other exciting attractions to entertain the little ones.
Railways and boat trips
The Pontypool and Blaenavon Railway transports you through the landscape that supported the area's essential industry, coal. Spacious trains take you to picnic destinations such as the Garn Lakes. Stop off at the Furnace Sidings tea room or Eric's Emporium along the way.
Glide through vistas of green with Beacon Park Boats. Serene day tours of the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal are a traditional and relaxing way of exploring the countryside. If you prefer a slightly more active mode of transport, opt for one of the Canadian canoes available for hire.
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