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Holiday cottage in the Woods

Holiday cottage in the Woods

Distance from Hay: Within 10 minutes walking distance of Hay-on-Wye town centre,

Self Catering
Max Guests: 8
Number of Bedrooms: 3
Sleeps 6-8 3 bedrooms 2 toilets Newly built self- catering holiday cottage, deep in the woods on the banks of the River Wye at Hay-on-Wye. sleeps 8 in a magical woodland setting overlooking the River Wye. 5 min walk into Hay Town With a light environmental footprint this cosy yet elegant little house will allow you to bathe in the forest yet keep you within easy walking distance of Hay-on-Wye, Clyro Village, The Wye Valley Walk, Offa's Dyke Path, the Black Mountains and all the delights of the Welsh Border country. The spacious open plan living area has vast picture windows with sliding doors, meaning you can just step out onto a wide veranda looking down through the trees to the River Wye below. There is private fishing, a beach for swimming, a place for tying up your canoe or just sitting and watching the river flow by. The house is all on one level, partly on stilts to lift you into the trees. There is plenty of wildlife and bird life to observe. Whether you sit patiently on the sofa and gaze out of the huge picture windows or sit in bed at night and watch out for the foxes and badgers in the woodland outside. Or just go out onto the veranda for a spot of soothing 'forest bathing'. The kitchen area is well equipped with a new gas cooker, fridge and a freezer, there is no dishwasher for environmental concerns and access to washing machine and drying are in a shared wood lodge 50 metres away. A long dining table and benches and chairs make this a very sociable area to be able to prepare a meal and chat. The veranda is accessible from the kitchen allowing for eating both inside and outside in the trees. There are new comfortable sofas and chairs and a wall mounted TV. Three bedrooms: Bedroom 1: A bedroom with a double bed Bedroom 2: Twin beds but can be made into a king size bed Bedroom 3: Twin beds Double Sofa bed available in living room A good shower room with a toilet. A separate toilet. It has a unique, spacious, practical, contemporary with a traditional aesthetic, lovely and warm with a low environmental impact, without detracting from the comfort of visitors. There is WIFI, a T.V., Underfloor central heating ensuring the house is always warm and cosy whatever the weather outside and there is plentiful hot water. Cooking is on a sizeable gas 'range cooker". The Bothy has simply all you need; warmth, space, natural light and beautiful landscape. Ideal for those who want to re-connect with the natural world and appreciate all that the great outdoors offers. Canoeing, Fishing, walking, birdwatching, art courses, bush craft and countryside crafts all available on site or nearby. Trout & Salmon Fishing (in season) can be included as part of your booking in some circumstances. Please discuss this further with the owner once booked.. Dogs or other pets are welcome BUT due to the environmentally sensitive nature of the woodland site dogs must be kept on a lead or tether whilst at the Bothy. Dogs must not be allowed to roam freely in the woodland but there are areas where dogs can be walked and exercised off the lead very close by. The property is suitable for families. Guests are asked to respect and follow conservation guidelines for the surrounding area for their safety and the wellbeing of the immediate environment. Conservation guidelines will be available in the property. Parents need to be aware that the River Wye is fairly close by and be responsible for supervising children carefully. The river is a natural feature and water levels can rise quickly at any time of year. The property is situated adjacent to the Wye Valley Walk, Offa's Dyke Path and easy access to the hills with The Black Mountains, The Brecon Beacons and The Radnorshire Hills all within a fifteen minute drive. Explore the rural Herefordshire countryside, Mid-Wales, The Welsh Valleys and further afield. Hay-on-Wye 3/4 mile Brecon 15 miles Abergavenny26 miles Hereford 22 miles – the nearest station N.B. Peak season includes Bank Holidays, Christmas, New Year, Easter holidays, and Hay Festival spring event High Season includes, Summer Holidays, Autumn half term and Hay Winter Festival event Low Season dates 2019 are: 4th Jan - 14th Feb, 22nd Feb - 28th Mar, 25th Oct - 20th Dec (2 night minimum) Mid Season dates 2019 are: 15th Feb - 21st, 29th Mar - 4th Apr, 26th Apr - 18th May, 3rd Jun- 11th Jul, 30th Aug - 10th Oct (2 night minimum) High Season dates 2019 are: 12th Jul -29th Aug 18th Oct - 24th Oct, 28th Nov - 30th Nov (3 night minimum), Peak Season dates 2019 are: 5th April - 25th Apr, 24th May - 2nd Jun, 20th Dec - 2nd Jan, (5 night min). If you wish to book for longer stays i.e. a stay of more than 5 nights please contact Sarah at Visithay for pricing +44 (0)7375 396748

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3 Bedrooms


Double 1 Double
Twin 1 Twin
Zip & Link Double or Twin 1 Zip & Link Double or Twin
Futon 1 Futon


Shared 1 Shared


Towels Towels
Bed Linen Bed Linen
Wi-fi Wi-fi
Heating Heating
Hair Dryer Hair Dryer
Tea & Coffee Tea & Coffee
Garden Garden
Off-street Parking Off-street Parking

Safety Features

Smoke Detector Smoke Detector
Fire Extinguishers Fire Extinguishers
First Aid Kit First Aid Kit
Safety Card Safety Card
Carbon Monoxide Detector Carbon Monoxide Detector
Max Guests Minimum Stay
8 1 Night

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