Distance from Hay: In centre of Hay
A beautiful Jacobean townhouse in a quiet but central part of Hay, with a sunken front garden of roses, magnolias and crab apple trees. Built in ca. 1620 it is a Grade II listed building which has been lovingly restored by its previous owners. There is an upstairs sitting room for guests, with fridge, kettle, microwave and toaster. Guests are also welcome to use the back garden. During the spring Hay Festival (end of May to beginning of June) we provide a continental breakfast around a large shared table in the downstairs dining room, with muesli/cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruit, honey, jam, marmalade, and toast. Outside this time we do not provide breakfast: guests may wish to make their own breakfast in the guest sitting room, or there are numerous cafes within a short walk of the house. We are not a dedicated B&B business; this is a family house and we only occasionally let out rooms. We create a welcoming, informal atmosphere and strive to make you feel totally at home here. Please note we have two friendly collie dogs who wander around the ground floor, run about in the garden, and occasionally do bark.