Visit Peak


Peak is situated in Crickhowell, an historic town in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Our studio and offices are based at The Old School, a converted Victorian building close to the current Primary School. We are a ten minute walk from Crickhowell town centre and its excellent shops, bars and cafes. For tourism information visit: &

Peak Cymru
The Old School
Brecon Road


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+44 (0)1873 811579


Getting Here 

Peak is situated on Brecon Road, the main A40, between Abergavenny and Brecon. Limited parking is available on site for approximately 6 cars. Pay and Display parking is available in Crickhowell. On evenings and weekends, parking is available in the grounds of Crickhowell High School and Everest Drive. There is also a large layby a few doors down from us, opposite the primary school.

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The nearest train station is in Abergavenny. For timetables visit

An hourly bus service is available between Brecon and Abergavenny, stopping in Crickhowell: X43 and 43, Stagecoach. For public transport information visit


The studio is on the ground floor and has a level access entrance to the rear of the building. An accessible toilet is available. If you would like to talk to a member of staff about your visit in advance please contact Rebecca or Justine, who will be happy to answer any questions.

01873 811579


A large print copy of the Peak brochure of classes and events is available on request.

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