You will be amazed at what your stay in Hay and the surrounding area can offer. If history is your passion there is plenty of choice. In the centre of the Hay there is the castle and you can enjoy historical walks in and around the area.
There is an abundance of wildlife, the Wye river, beautiful landscaped gardens and if this builds up your thirst you can take in the local cider and hear how the process works at the Orgasmic Cider Company.
There are so many attractions in the area to fill up your days to have a #greatstayinhay
Talgarth Mill & The Bakers’ Table are a working watermill, bakery, and cafe in the heart of the Black Mountains, producing award-winning flour and bread. Open 10am – 4pm, Tuesday – Sunday and every Bank Holiday Monday. Tours of the Mill are available throughout the day where you’ll see water power in action (admission charges apply). Enjoy delicious coffee, cakes, bakes, lunches, and teas while watching the river flow by. Pick up some flour to make your own bread or buy some ready-made by our expert bakers. Workshops, craft courses, and baking courses are also available throughout the year. Wheelchair accessible throughout. Cyclists and walkers always welcome.
Delightful formal terraced gardens surround the elegant turreted Victorian Brobury House. Ever-changing borders & flowerbeds set against the striking backdrop of mature trees & shrubs. Sit awhile and enjoy the views or maybe follow the stream down beautiful informal walkways to the water-meadow & the river. There is so much to see and as Brobury is open every day, all year round, it really is a Garden For All Seasons.
Herefordshire Craft Cider & Perry makers. We are a family run business located near Eardisley at Great Parton Farm, which is a working farm comprising of arable, livestock and 100 acres of our very own fruit orchards. Once pressed the pure juice is fermented in barrels and bottled when ready, with no artificial additives used in the process.
The Walled Garden Treberfydd is a beautiful old fashioned plant nursery, set in the old walled garden of a Victorian Gothic house, specialising in hardy plants grown in Wales which are structural, unusual, edible, herbal or fragrant. The long borders in and beside the walls, glasshouses, canals and raised beds are planted with a glorious profusion of foliage, flower, fruit and vegetable. 15 miles north west of Abergavenny & 15 miles south west of Hay on Wye. Small café area for tea and cake.
The church was built close to the castle, which at that time was on the mound just east of the church. The present castle and town walls were not built until later, which accounts for the church being outside the town walls.