We have a lovely 2 bedroom detached home with both bedrooms having en-suite, one bedroom has just a shower the other is a shower and bath. The first bedroom is a superking and the second bedroom has a single bed that can be pulled out into a twin bed (mattress with base on the floor). A cot can also be made available. Open plan large kitchen and living room areas. The house also has a utility room. Very large garden with a small stream at the bottom of the garden (children would need to be supervised as there is currently no fencing). min 4 night stay There is plenty of room for multiple cars and the festival bus stops at the end of the drive on the opposite side of the road. We are roughly 1 mile outside of Hay.
A end of terrace property within 1 minutes walk to the hay festival shuttle bus 5 minutes walk to the award winning old railway line garden centre and 10 minutes walk to the old barn pub and three cocks hotel. There is a king room, double room and single room available with shared bathroom with shower over bath and a downstairs cloakroom with toilet and basin, cooked breakfast is also included.
A beautifully converted farmhouse with a hot tub on the edge of Rhosgoch village and only a short drive from Hay-on-Wye. The house is perfectly situated for a visit to Hay Festival or the Royal Welsh Show nearby at Builth Wells. The farmhouse is a perfect base for families and groups of friends to explore the surrounding countryside. Set over two floors, there are four large bedrooms, one with an en-suite, and a family bathroom. The ground floor offers a well-equipped kitchen and island unit with a small breakfast bar. Off the kitchen is a spacious dining room and comfortable sitting room where you can plan your day’s adventures over a morning cup of tea. Outside a patio and lawned area offers a place to relax and chat with the option of a soak in the luxurious hot tub to reminisce about your day. The children meanwhile, can be entertained by simply exploring the adjoining acre of land or spending time in the converted stable/games room. An evening around the campfire, under the stars is also an experience not to be missed.
A detached first floor Studio overlooking the River Wye with far reaching views and small balcony. Includes king-size double bed, en-suite shower room, tea and coffee making facilities, small fridge, TV, DVD and free wifi available. The Studio is situated in the centre of a quiet village, off a rural lane and parking is available on the adjacent gravel drive. Access is up the exterior open-tread staircase of a timber clad barn/garage. Pub and extensive farm shop within 2 miles. Min 2 night stay
Architect designed award winning sustainable house in a small village 10 minutes drive from the Hay Festival site, this means you don't have to struggle through the town to the Festival site as the house is on the Festival site side. Guests in previous years have actually commented on how well situated the house is for speedy access to the festival site. The house sleeps 6 in 2 double bedrooms & a twin bedroom. Two of the bedrooms are en suite & there's a third shower room. Situated in the tranquil and very beautiful village of Boughrood. The house is open plan & filled full of books and art for guests to enjoy. There's also a log burner if you get cold & plenty of walking along the Wye Valley walk if you tire of the Festival! As well as being situated on the Wye Valley walk the house is also on a national cycle route so that's another option for guests. Up to 2 adult dogs welcome. Minimum stay 7 nights during Hay Festival, or 3 nights final weekend Rest of year Check in either Monday or Friday Only. 3 day weekend stays or 4 day mid week or full weeks. Adult dogs accepted but we charge £5 per dog per night (max 2). please ask if more. dogs are not allowed upstairs or on the furniture.
The tent is furnished with a 'proper' king-sized bed, feather duvets, pillows, with good quality white linens and towels. There is also a wood burner for any chilly nights. Outside on the deck you have a table and chairs alongside your own BBQ. We provide (we hope) everything you need for a relaxed stay -candle lanterns, a torch, firelighters, charcoal, and some hot water bottles and extra blankets in case it gets a bit chilly. We also have fire pits to use - toast marshmallows and just chat! The best conversations happen in the dark! There is a small kitchen area with all of the crockery, glasses and utensils you could need along with a fridge, kettle, microwave and toaster to conjure up a breakfast of scrambled eggs on toast! If we have enough eggs from our chickens, ducks and geese you are most welcome to get creative. The shower room has a shower better than ours in the house (we are a little bit envious!) and it is heated if it needs it. We also have proper flushing loo's - no compost toilets here! There are sockets for the hair straightners (you're Glamping and we consider straightners an essential!) and for charging the phone although we actively encourage our guests to switch off the devices and just sit for a while. Look at the view and take a break from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
This Cabin is a wonderfully remote, yet within easy reach of local amenities, high in the hills above Clyro with breathtaking views. It sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms and is set in an acre of land. The cabin itself has a spacious open plan kitchen diner sitting room which opens up onto the terrace and fabulous views. Bed 1-King size with ensuite. 1-King size bedroom & 1 single bedroom sharing a bathroom. Enjoy the far reaching views of the Black Mountains from the terrace or sit around the cosy log burning stove. Take walks from the door in the Begwyn Hills or take the festival bus from the village of Clyro where you will also find a pub and a shop. Hay on Wye is just a couple of miles away where you will find not only the festival activities but also numerous cafes and restaurants. Please note, for those guests looking for 2 properties within close proximity to each other so that 2 families can holiday together but in separate accommodation, Cwmgwannon Cabin is situated close to Bryn Lodge (a 1 minute walk away along a grassy track). Whilst conveniently located near to each other, both cabins retain complete privacy.
A detached former mill converted to an extremely high standard and offers a beautiful home from home. Downstairs the Mill has a large modern open plan kitchen dining room, fitted with dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer and range cooker and a dining table for up to six people. There is also a large patio with al fresco dining facilities. The lounge is an extremely comfortable and attractive room with rustic beams, a wood burner, two large settees and a large TV, DVD and freesat. Forest Mill Cottage will sleep up to six people in two separate bedrooms; the "River Room" has a luxury king size bed and a comfortable occasional bed whilst the "Hobbit Room" offers luxury twin beds or a super king size bed to suit your requirements and a comfortable occasional bed. The shower room houses a large walk in shower, modern WC, wash basin and heated towel rail. Forest Mill Cottage is centrally heated throughout, has private parking for several vehicles, private borehole water and additional downstairs toilet facilities. There is a minimum stay of 3 nights in low season and 5 nights during busy periods/high season (please enquire further if your requirements differ). The price shown for your dates is for up to 4 people with an additional £25 per person per night on the occasional beds.
Stone built traditional barn conversion just over 1 mile from Hay On Wye Festival site. Original oak beams, farmhouse style kitchen, pretty garden which you are welcome to use. We have: Room 1 - Double bedroom with ensuite shower room. Room 2 - Kingsize bedroom with shared bathroom. Room 3 - Single room (double sofa bed) only suitable for a single person and has a shared bathroom. A selection of teas & coffee available in your room. Breakfast includes Charlotte's homemade bread & jams variety of cereals & eggs (from our hens) of your choice. Car parking available. Bike hire can be arranged prior to your visit. It is a 30 minute walk to the festival site. We can offer a drop off/pick up if required for both winter weekend or Hay Festival.
A self-catering holiday cottage situated in the peaceful village of Llandefalle, between Hay-on-Wye and Brecon. It has panoramic views of the Brecon Beacons and is an ideal base for a relaxing break or an adventure filled activity holiday, its up to you... Newly renovated to a high standard. It's is the perfect place to enjoy a visit to the Brecon Beacons. You have private parking off road , and a police approved garage for cycles etc.. It has 3 en-suite bedrooms which can be booked together by a small group or family. The cottage is a great base for both road and mountain biking, with fantastic trails on the doorstep. I'm a keen cyclist and will happily give you the low-down on where to go. The hiking and trail running are also excellent and the views of the mountains will definitely inspire you. 5 Minutes away by car is Llyswen which has a village shop, garage, pub and cafe. Brecon is only 10 minutes by car and Hay-on-Wye is 10 minutes away, so it really is the perfecet location from which to explore the surrounding area. Public transport is limited, but we offer a shuttle service on request for cyclists and walker For 3+ nights please call Sarah at Visithay for rates on 07375 396748
A warm welcome awaits you at this 16th Century traditional Radnorshire Farmhouse. Offering a double bedroom and a second double/twin bedroom, with a shared guest bathroom, all recently refurbished. Full of character and Just 15 minutes from Hay-on-Wye. Ideally situated for Hay-on-Wye, Builth Wells, Brecon and the Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by the rolling Radnorshire countryside, with views towards Hay Bluff and The Begwyns. Excellent base for the annual Hay Festival in May. Tea and coffee facilities available in each room, guests are also welcome to help themselves to tea and coffee in the kitchen and to use our comfortable lounge, or enjoy the garden. Price includes continental breakfast in our beamed farmhouse kitchen, choose from a selection of cereals, croissants, cold meats, cheeses, fresh fruit, yogurts, toast, fruit juice, tea & fresh coffee. Guests have exclusive use of their room during their stay. The family sized bathroom is shared between the guests and has a bath with an over the bath shower. There is plenty of parking space and we can provide secure storage for bikes and equipment etc. Guests may use the garden and in good weather may like to choose to have breakfast outside. We have many birds and other wildlife visit the garden and are surrounded by fields with livestock. Excellent walking direct from the house. We provide all bed linen, towels and bathroom essentials. Free WiFi available if required. Min 3 night stay
A spacious double bedded room with King- size bed, tea and coffee facilities. Access to delightful garden with seating areas available for guests. Cooked breakfast if required. There is a private shower room adjacent to the bedroom. Guests have the use of the Dining room during the day and of the adjacent Garden Room with comfortable chairs and Sky TV. There is off-road parking. We have a very friendly and quite elderly Black Labrador, who may want to watch you eat your breakfast! Please don't feed him! However, unfortunately we are not able to accommodate guests’ pets. We are opppsite the Castle Inn, a friendly pub which serves excellent food in the evenings and weekend lunches. Booking is advised. Hendy Gwyn is a 300 year old cottage in the heart of the village of Llangors, a short walk away from the Lake. Llangors Lake is the largest natural lake in South Wales and is sandwiched between the Brecon Beacons and the Black Mountains, and is a centre for outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, fishing, water-sports and horse riding.
A modern, comfortable apartment situated in beautiful countryside within a few minutes walk of the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye. The area is a walker's paradise with the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons in easy reach. The accommodation comprises a spacious open plan living/dining/kitchen with a vaulted roof and under-floor heating. The sitting area has a sofa that converts to a double bed if required, a flat screen TV/DVD player (with a selection of DVDs) stereo radio/CD player. Guests will also find information books and maps of the local area. The kitchen area is fully equipped and has a fridge, cooker, microwave etc. There are ample units for storage and a good range of crockery/utensils. Use of washer and drying facilities if required. Bedroom with double bed, bedside cabinets, dressing table and built in wardrobe. Large bath with power shower over. WC and handbasin and heated towel rail. Guests have full use of the owner's delightful garden to the rear of the property. The garden has wonderful views to the woods and fields beyond and is the perfect place to have breakfast on a sunny morning or a glass of wine in the evening after a day spent exploring the local area. A barbecue is available on request.
Perfectly located in centre of Hay-on-Wye, a beautiful welcoming Welsh stone cottage with a blend of original features & contemporary finish. 4* self-catering accommodation, sleeping 4 and pet friendly for your adorable well behaved dog. Pretty oak beams in the living room highlight its original charm yet it has all the mod cods of contemporary living - fully fitted kitchen with a sit-in area where you can enjoy your meals; spacious stylish bathroom with a separate shower unit and a luxurious free-standing roll top bath for a long and nourishing soak after your outdoor walks; large comfortable living room where you unwind and enjoy reading your gems from the local bookshops. Upstairs are two cottage style double bedrooms (please note one bed is 4ft and the room has limited hanging space for your clothes). Both rooms have high quality and supportive mattresses, crisp white linen and are finished with traditional Melin Tregwynt throws, light shades and cushions to add a splash of Welsh colour. The front bedroom overlooks the pretty lane and is larger than the other bedroom with a built in wardrobe, both rooms are carpeted. To the rear of the property is a delightful enclosed stone walled patio which is ideal to enjoy a glass of wine on a long summer's evening or to star gaze at the dark skies in the long winter months. Garden furniture, table, chairs and oak benches. The patio is accessed via a stable type door from the kitchen. Returning guests have been enjoying their annual stay overs for the past 20 years and regular comments are: ' superb central location', 'perfect location', ' cosy comfortable cottage' , ' cosy beds' and ideal parking space just around the corner'. Private parking space for one car. Free unlimited wifi- fibre optic broadband so fast streaming and uploads. Smart TV. Pets welcome (max 2 dogs but please note no pets upstairs in respect for other guests). Weekly rates available which are more reasonable than daily rates - please contact Sarah at visithay for rates. Maximum 2 dogs £25.00 per dog for w/end & £35.00 per dog for week (please pay this direct to owner)
This cottage is a spacious, rural 2-bedroomed stone cottage on a pretty quiet country lane which lies in the hills between Hay-on-Wye and Builth Wells in Mid Wales, 4 miles from Hay-on-Wye, 14 miles from Builth Wells. The cottage is surrounded by wonderful open hill walking, cycling and riding country and is perfect for those wanting a quiet retreat whilst still being within easy reach of amenities. The cottage is adjacent to the owner's home. The property consists of a large sitting area with freesat television and a DVD player. This area is combined with a kitchen equipped with a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge/freezer, microwave, electric grill, electric oven and hob. There is Wifi access. There is a further “sun-room” seating area with views to the hills. There are two bedrooms upstairs, one with a king-sized bed, the other with a double bed and a single bed. The cottage has a downstairs bathroom with bath and shower over the bath. The garden has a lawn and a sitting/eating area. The garden is totally enclosed by high fences. There is off-road parking for 2 cars. Minimum stay 3 nights but min 7 night stay over Hay Festival (23/24th May 2019 x 7 nights)
Ty Newydd is a spacious, two bedroom house near the Swan at Hay Hotel with private parking for two cars and a pretty garden. There's a Kingsize Bedroom which uses the main bathroom, a Double Bedroom which has its own Ensuite and a sofa bed in the Living Area. The house is ideally placed on Church Street, with views of the church and open countryside at the rear, yet is only a minute away from the centre of town. The path leading down to the River Wye is close by too. Hay Festival site is a 5 - 10 minute walk. The house provides comfortable accommodation for 4-6 guests. It is tastefully furnished with lots of Ercol, sitting alongside more traditional furniture. The walls are adorned with Farrow and Ball paints and tiles from Fired Earth line the showers. Private, off-road parking spaces for two cars at the house. During the Festival, car parking in Hay is very sought after, so the private parking spaces are really valuable. Plenty of storage space for bikes etc within the garages.
This is a beautiful 5 star self catering cottage located in an incredibly beautiful valley directly under the Black Mountains near the famous book town Hay-on-wye. There is no noise pollution, no light pollution and very little mobile network coverage (although it is possible to use the wi-fi on some phones). Three large bedrooms, two bathrooms, two open fires, aga, luxury linen, deep feather down filled duvets, toiletries from L’occitane, fresh flowers, wifi throughout, two cast iron baths and a shower head “borrowed” from the Savoy Hotel, London. The approach is suitably exciting: a narrow track winds its way into the little cwm from the Mountain Road through fields of ponies and sheep. The cottage is detached from any other buildings and has no immediate neighbours. There is a small stream and a very beautiful waterfall directly beside the property. The property is situated just off the hill or common and therefore an enormous amount of walkable, explorable, just-sit-down-on-able hillside. Included in your stay:- • High quality linen • Fresh flowers • Fresh eggs from our hens, seasonal produce from the estate, bread from our local partisan bakery, butter, milk • Ready to light fires and fully stocked log baskets • Bathroom toiletries by L’Occitan Min 3 night stay
Black and white Grade 2 listed Town house built in 1623 in the centre of Hay on Wye. 5 en suite bedrooms. Centrally located with a large easily accessed car park at rear with gardens overlooking the River Wye and Radnorshire Hills. Includes Breakfast. off street car parking for 8 cars This property is not suitable for children sorry.
The best place to stay in Builth is the 4* Guest House, situated overlooking the beautiful River Wye, the UK's longest river. We are approximately 19 miles from Hay-on-Wye, a 30 minute drive. A warm welcome and comfortable stay is guaranteed. The property combines Victorian character with modern comfort. Our aim is to surpass your expectations. As the closest Visit Wales graded guest house and bed & breakfast to the Royal Welsh Showground we are the only accommodation situated in the park. W are only 200 metres from the town centre, shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. It really is the perfect location and is conveniently situated for The Royal Welsh Showground, Golf courses, The Wye Valley Walk, Cycling, Fishing, Canoeing and generally chilling out. The Wye Valley straddles the border between England and Wales. It is home to some of the most attractive, scenic landscapes in the UK, and was established officially as an Area of Natural Beauty in 1971. An ideal spot to explore Mid Wales and towns along the Wye.
Beautiful and quirky stone cottage in Hay on Wye, great for couples and solo travellers. Perfect for exploring the Brecon Beacons by day and for the pubs and restaurants in Hay in the evening. 15 Swan Bank is a delightfully situated terraced stone cottage resting at the very edge of the centre of Hay on Wye. It is beautifully renovated making a lovely cosy cottage and retaining many original features. Stunning exposed wood beams Lovely sitting room with wood burner TV, DVD Player, Freesat & blue tooth speaker. Fully equipped kitchen with gas cooker and cosy dining area for a romantic meal in! Small private garden with Al Fresco dining area. Sleeps 2 Luxurious Egyptian cotton bedding supplied. Gorgeous fluffy towels supplied. Minimum 2 night stay
Cottage accommodation for 2-3 adults OR 2 adults and 2 children. Flagstone Cottage is one of two cottages on a peaceful farm. Built into the converted barn, it has wonderful views across Llanthony Valley and is about 12 miles from Hay-on- Wye and 10 from Abergavenny. Very comfortable and warm with lots of country charm, it is ideal for a peaceful and relaxing escape. The cottage has a wonderful outlook over the Llanthony Valley and the Black Mountains. You can walk for miles from the doorstep, or just sit and drink in the view! The farm is well off the beaten track, approached by a single track road. The atmospheric ruins of the 12th century Llanthony Priory are just a gentle stroll away. Real ales and home-cooked food are available from the bar in the ancient cellars. The nearby Half Moon Pub also offers a friendly welcome for thirsty walkers (pls check opening times). There is an open fireplace in the cottage with wood supplied (small charge for firewood) and a well equipped kitchen. There is a single bed under the stairs. Upstairs the bedroom has a king-size double bed and over the bedroom is a small mezzanine with two beds, reached by a secret staircase through the wardrobe, which children love. The bathroom is upstairs with shower over the bath. Outdoor seating and table and barbeque is available. The Cottage is found very near Llanthony and the lovely Priory ruins. The drive to Hay over the Gospel Pass is spectacular. It a single track road with passing places for part of the way. Please begin and end your stay on a week day, not weekends. Minimum 3 night booking.
A newly built log cabin set in 50 acres of woodland near Hay-on-Wye and the Brecon Beacons. Made with traditional full logs and handcrafted by the family, this is a cabin with a difference. Open plan and hexagonal in shape gives plenty of light and space with the warmth of a large wood burning stove. Full length glass doors slide right back to make you feel that you are encompassed in the natural surroundings. 2 double beds that easily fold up in the day time to resemble cupboards, make the cabin a very spacious living area. In addition, a small mezzanine sits above the shower room and toilet where children and those adults who love the idea of climbing up a ladder to snuggle into a cosy elevated bed. Modern cooker, gas stove, mains pressure wetroom give the comforts of home but with the rustic feel of beautiful home made wooden furniture and decorated with local furnishings. A large wooden dining table and comfortable easy chairs makes the cabin a welcome place for a family, couple or group of friends. With a plethora of outdoor activities on the door step including woodland walks, canoeing, mountain walking, climbing and horse riding, and Hay-on-Wye just 6 miles away, visitors can enjoy a day out knowing that they will come back to a warm cosy cabin. For those wanting a less adventurous day, there is of course the option of spending the day reading and watching nature from the substantial decking area and perhaps using the bbq. On site manned office with washing machine. Min 3 night stay
Fully modernised 16th century cottage overlooking Hay Bluff, about 1.5 miles away from Hay just outside village of Clyro. Secluded location with parking for 2 cars Sleeps maximum of 4 - one double bedroom and two single bedrooms (one of the single bedrooms leads off the double bedroom). Bathroom with bath and shower & upstairs lavatory. Fully fitted kitchen, wood burning stove in oak-beamed sitting room. Our closest link to Hay Festival: once chosen by Margaret Atwood! Min 3 night stay over Hay Walking Festival 10-13 October 2019 Min 3 night stay over Hay Winter Weekend 28 Nov - 1st December 2019 Min 5 night stay over Hay Festival 2020 To discuss alternative booking dates please contact Sarah at visithay on 07375 396748.
Victorian stone cottage with pretty stream-side garden and parking, tucked away in a quiet corner of Hay-on-Wye and yet only a 5 minute walk to the town centre shops, restaurants, pubs and cafes, and 20 minute walk to the Hay Festival Site. Recently fully refurbished with everything you need for a relaxing stay and to explore the area. It has a bright cosy sitting room overlooking the garden with sofa and armchair, TV, DVD player, fast Wi-fi, dining table and has the added benefit of a gas flame effect log burner for those chilly winter evenings. The modern fitted kitchen is fully equipped with integrated electric hob, oven & grill, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The bright modern bathroom has a large walk in shower and underfloor heating. Upstairs are two bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and the other a single bed, both bedrooms have plenty of storage space. The cottage has central heating throughout as well as constant hot water. Guests have exclusive use of the cottage during their stay. There is a dedicated off street parking space for up to two cars at the side of the cottage. The garden has a lockable outbuilding where bikes can be stored safely and heating to dry your wet outdoor gear. The garden backs onto the Dulas Brook and has two patio areas, one near the house with a large picnic table. The second looks over the Dulas Brook where if you are lucky you can watch Otters play, Kingfishers catching their lunch and Dunnocks nesting close by. If you are really lucky you may even see a hedgehog or two wandering along the river bank. We provide bed linen, towels and bathroom essentials including shampoo and hand soap. The Kitchen is well equipped and includes all the basics including tea towels, kitchen roll, washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets and condiments etc. Garden & Parking Directions to the cottage and key code will be provided to you before your stay.
Courtleet House is a centuries-old traditional Welsh cottage just 3 miles from Hay, with stunning views over the Wye valley. It is situated in the quiet hamlet of Fforddlas, and was used by Lord Hereford within living memory to agree rent with his tenants. It is a comfortable and cosy family home. It has a large sitting room, with exposed beams, with a Clearview wood-burning stove (logs supplied at no extra cost), and comfortable chairs and sofa. The dining room has a large table (seats 8), a flag-stone floor, and an open fire. The kitchen is small but convenient, and has a dishwasher, large fridge-freezer and washing machine. There are 3 bedrooms, one with a double and single bed, one with a double, and one with two narrow-width single beds. A cot is available. And there is a double sofa bed in the living room. The upstairs bathroom has a shower over the large P-shaped bath, and there is an extra toilet downstairs. There is a large garden at the back, and off-street parking at the back of the garden. There is WiFi, with superfast fibre-to-the-premises broadband. The cottage is double-glazed and has oil-fired central heating, with radiators throughout. The cottage is on the quiet back road between Hay and Talgarth, and offers relatively easy cycling to both places. Or, if you prefer walking, just step out of the back door for easy access to the foothills of the Black Mountains. If you would like to book a stay outside the dates of the Hay Festival, please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396 748. For the Hay Festival 2020, there is a minimum booking period of 9 nights.
The Granary is located on a working hill farm with cattle, sheep and horses, 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye and 20 minutes walk from the Roast Ox inn in Painscastle. It is an ideal centre for exploring the Welsh Marches, spending time browsing in the “town of books” or visiting one of the many historic attractions that are within easy motoring distance. It is also the place to relax with panoramic views of the Radnorshire Hills from the reclining seats in the sitting room or the king size bed in the main bedroom. The spacious sitting room has digital TV and a DVD player and a large selection of hard back and paperback books that visitors can peruse at their leisure. The main bedroom has a king size bed with its own bathroom and the attic bedroom can either be a super king or twin beds and this has shower room. There is a well-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a washing machine and a separate cloakroom. Oil fired central heating throughout ensures that inside the Granary is always warm and comfortable whatever the weather outside. The Granary is attached to the main farmhouse and is located in the centre of the farm. There is a terrace where visitors can sit and enjoy the view and is ideal for barbecues and a secluded grass area for relaxation. Canoes can be hired from a number of locations in and around Hay, riding on the hills can be arranged with a local riding centre and bicycle hire is available in Hay. The farm is an ideal centre for walkers and nature lovers with direct access to a footpath leading to the Radnorshire hills and linking with Offa’s Dyke Path. The Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains are within easy motoring distance. Dogs and Horses welcome. For 2+ nights please call Sarah at Visithay for discounts and rates.
Russett is an 18' yurt set in its own field in the valley. Our yurts are in a 10 acre glamping site with 360 degree views of the Welsh countryside. We have 4 yurts, each with a wood burning stove, outdoor fire and cooking facilities (altogether can sleep 16). There is also a communal kitchen which seats 20 and toilet/shower block. Each yurt has a double bed and 2 single beds and bedding is provided. We are 1 mile from the Gladestry section of the Offa’s Dyke Path and approx 30 min drive to Hay on Wye. Well behaved dogs are welcome. (2 max) For large group booking please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748
3 bedroom holiday chalet in the beautiful Mid Wales. Self catering chalet, 1 x double bed, 1 x single and 1 x twin. Parking for 2 cars. Perfectly located for walking, hiking, cycling, fishing, canoeing, golf, Brecon Beacons. Walking distance to the Royal Welsh Show grounds. 40 min drive from Pen y Fan Peak (highest peak in Wales). 19 miles from Hay-on-Wye. Situated on the Wye river with ample grounds for children & dogs. Daily wildlife includes rabbits, geese, birds, fish, squirrels to name a few.... 2 min drive or 20 min walk along the river to Builth Wells town, with Cosy Corner Cafe by Day Restaurant by Night, serving a large variety of dishes, including Award winning Welsh Black Steak. Vegan & Gluten Free Menu. Well worth a visit to one of the oldest buildings in town. 1760 property with loads of paperwork & photos to view. Garden open during dry season. Welcome clean & well behaved dogs. Pubs showing live sport & local live entertainment. Beautiful tea rooms, & cafes. Watch local rugby on the Groe followed by drinks in the rugby club. Cinema & theatre with up to date shows. Leisure centre including swimming pool, tennis courts & kiddies outdoor play area. Walking distance to golf course.
Charming stone cottage in central Hay. Within 5 minutes of all Festival venues, lively restaurants and independent shops. The stunning River Wye and Offa's Dyke Path are on the doorstep. There are tennis courts opposite and a small back garden for relaxation. Private 'off road' parking for one car
This B&B is a beautiful Edwardian property in the village of Whitney on Wye; an ideal base for the Hay Festival, less than 5 miles from the site. Built for the Land Agent of the nearby Whitney Court estate, the house retains many original features. We offer Bed and Breakfast with a twist! We have two luxurious annexes set up for self-catering B&B. You have your own front door, with complete independence to come & go as you please in an apartment style room that includes basic kitchen facilities. We provide fresh ingredients, sourced locally, wherever possible, for you to prepare the breakfast of your choice at your leisure. We are within easy access of many places of interest and surrounded by stunning countryside, providing a variety of options, including walking, cycling, canoeing/kayaking, horse-riding etc. The Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons are within easy driving distance. The nearest pub is all of one minute's walk away! Minimum 3 night stay during Hay Festival.
I have 2 bedrooms available in a very modern, eco friendly house in the small village of Boughrood a 10 minute drive (6 miles) from Hay on Wye (festival site side so no trying to fight your way through the town traffic!). Our property is full of diverse art, we run an online art gallery, so plenty for the eyes to feast on. The village has a pub offering meals & is also within a 5 minute drive from 3 of Wales' top restaurants. Boughrood is situated on the Wye Valley Walk so if you need to re-charge your batteries there's fantastic walking on the doorstep, plus the Black Mountains, Cambrian Mountains & Brecon Beacons also on the doorstep. The house is also on National Cycle Route 8 which is popular year round for cyclists & is very picturesque & not taxing for the leisure cyclist. We are happy to offer advice about activities in the local area & a little further afield. One large double room with king size memory foam mattress and en-suite shower. One large twin room 2 single beds with memory foam mattresses and en-suite shower. A continental style breakfast is offered (including my prize winning jams & marmalade!), I try to cater for specific dietary requirements if notified. Towels & toiletries are also provided. Min 2 night stay
We look forward to welcoming you to our farmhouse set in pretty North Herefordshire countryside equidistant between the Hereford and Ludlow and on the famous Black and White village trail. There is plenty of space to unpack and relax. The zip and link bed can be made up as two singles or a double. The cast iron bath in the ensuite is perfect for a relaxing soak. We also provide a comfortable sofa and a desk and chair for those of you who would like to catch up on work and emails.Continental breakfast is included and is taken in the farmhouse kitchen or on the terrace if warm and sunny. The property is set in a courtyard on a working farm. There is plenty of parking. The bedding is changed if staying a minimum of 3 nights. Guests are welcome to walk on the farm on the dedicated footpaths. The tennis court is also available for guest use. Please bring a tennis racquet if you have one. We can provide tennis balls. Leominster railway station is approximately 4 miles from our home, which is on the route to Hay. Travel time to Hay Festival is about 30 minutes, passing through glorious countryside. We are approximately 10 miles from the Cathedral City of Hereford and the Mappa Mundi & Chained Library in Hereford Cathedral, one of the oldest maps in the country. We are also only 10 miles from the historic town Ludlow, its medieval Castle, wonderful restaurants and shopping. Our property is on the Black and White Trail which is characterized by the number of timbered and half-timbered houses in the area. We offer lovely walking on the farm and there is a tennis court for those who enjoy the sport. A kettle and tea/coffee and herbals tea are provided. We are happy to help with suggestions on where to visit and to eat in the locality and provide this information in the bedroom.
Beautifully appointed one-bed apartment with views of Hay Bluff, 24-minute drive from Hay across the beautiful Brilley Mountain (with fantastic views of the Wye valley and Hay Bluff & the Brecon Beacons) This recently completed detached apartment is situated in rural Herefordshire one mile from the delightful market town of Kington. It features a double bedroom with Velux views to either side. The bathroom has an electric shower, sink, illuminated mirror and WC - with a view onto open countryside. The living area has seating for five and a dining room table with four chairs. It has no kitchen but then the award-winning Stag Inn at Titley is a three-minute drive away. There is a fridge with tea and coffee making facilities.
Great base for Hay Festival! We go every year to loads of events and enjoy the beautiful trip to Hay and back each day! Traditional Shepherd's Hut built to historic design with views to the beautiful Black Mountains. Double bed, table, equipped dresser, fairy lights & cosy woodburner. Powered by solar & mains energy. Outside seating area with Kadai fire bowl/BBQ. Separate rustic barn kitchen with sink, fridge, induction hob, kettle, toaster & mini-oven. Also a suspended clothes drying rack for those wetter Welsh weather days! Ty-Bach with WC, heated towel rail & electric shower 50 metres from hut.
A beautiful Georgian townhouse and garden overlooking the river Wye yet only a 2 minute walk from the town centre. We are pleased to be able to offer the following accommodation: *First Floor Room 1 - Available as a twin or double with ensuite bathroom (bath with shower over) *Basement Room 2 - 1 bedroom (kingsize) self contained apartment with bathroom (bath with shower over), kitchenette (suitable for light meals) and sitting room.
Charming, cosy 2 bedroom stone cottage recently renovated and set within the conservation area of Talgarth. Accommodation sleeps up to three people and comprises of one small double bedroom and one single bedroom with shared shower room and toilet. Lounge and separate kitchen diner have traditional Welsh flagstones throughout and secluded courtyard patio garden to the rear. Additional attic space for relaxing is accessed by a bespoke made wooden ladder. The cottage has numerous period features such as an antique stove and fire place, belfast sink and some vintage pieces of furniture. Centrally heated the cottage is cosy and warm. Parking is available free in the town car park 3 minutes walk away, so during the Hay Festival we recommend leaving your car there and using the regular festival shuttle bus and/or usual excellent bus service from Talgarth to Hay. (Parking in Hay can be very difficult and costly over the festival period !)
Cosy Country Stylish Studio in a farm setting. This is an unique and romantic space with lots of light & privacy. A cosy stylish studio, in a farm setting. The space is independent from the main house and the perfect hide-away. Fabulous L-shaped kitchen space (with everything you need to cook & eat), leading into the sitting area with Smart TV. In the peaceful bedroom you have a super-king bed with gorgeous white linen, bathroom with soft towels, garden views. The studio is accessed up stone steps and is the upper part of a barn/Hop Kiln conversion. There is outdoor space for own private use. WiFi. Parking. Tennis & wonderful walking. Fishing is also available at an extra cost. From our property you can enjoy a short walk into the village where there is a working dairy producing and selling local, artisan cheeses. In their Tea Room you can enjoy excellent coffee, proper leaf tea, homemade cakes and light lunches. There is also a pub in the village serving lunch and evening meals. The Studio is deep in the countryside yet only 3 miles from Leominster, where there is a train station and bus service.
Our lovely, spacious Georgian townhouse is set in the old part of Kington opposite the church. The house has a delightfully quiet and rural feel, with fine views of our beautiful garden. Two big bedrooms, 1 double and 1 twin, sharing a large bathroom with a cast iron roll top bath. Super-comfortable beds and crisp laundered sheets. Excellent and plentiful breakfast served in our elegant dining room. Children and well-behaved dogs are always welcome, as are sodden, muddy walkers and cyclists, and refugees from Hay-on-Wye! Plenty of drying facilities above the Aga. Free wi-fi. Off-road parking.
Welcome to our Victorian home, located just a short walk from Hay-on-Wye in a quiet, peaceful setting with lovely views. Warm, cosy, comfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation. Our Guest Bedrooms have been tastefully decorated to ensure a relaxing stay, complete with modern ensuite bathroom facilities. Delicious cooked to order breakfast and home baked goodies! Parking available at the property.
The cottage is several hundred years old and is one half of a traditional Welsh long-house. One can see how the central circular fireplace has been divided in two, probably a hundred years ago or more. Both the lounge and front bedroom have lots of exposed beams and many of the walls downstairs are natural local stone. The cottage is wonderfully romantic for a couple and quite magical for children and therefore also ideally suited for families. Great for walkers and cyclists. The property is full of character with lots of period features. Charming living room with exposed beams and wood burning stove. Bright kitchen, spacious garden and terrace with BBQ. Fitted with all mod cons such as individually adjustable heating in all rooms, DVD player, Sky TV, unlimited superfast internet, fully equipped kitchen, washing machine etc. Linen, towels, firewood, wifi, guidebooks, all included. Relax and explore beautiful countryside! The property is located on a single track no-through road and on the edge of the attractive and thriving market town of Kington, a 'Border Town' in the Welsh Marches. It's only 10 minutes walk to local shops, deli, tourist info, post office, takeaways, restaurants, pubs etc. The cottage is named after Blodeuwedd (meaning 'Flower Face'), a beautiful woman who was cursed and turned into an owl in one of the stories belonging to the Mabinogion, a famous collection of old Welsh legends. The main bedroom is very romantic. It has exposed wooden beams and a beautiful four-poster bed with comfy mattress. We provide high quality white linen, warm duvets and plenty of pillows. Wardrobe and lots of drawer space. This is an old cottage and the rooms are not huge, but they work as proper double bed-rooms just fine and feel really cosy and special. They are both romantic and the sort of bedrooms kids love. If a fifth person is staying we provide a fold-down bed, which can be put into one of the bedrooms or the lounge. It comes with a single duvet. Please note that for space reasons the bed may have to be folded away during the day. Use of local guide books and maps are complimentary during your stay.
Swn yr Afon offers accommodation in Talgarth. The property boasts views of the mountains. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. There is a seating area and a kitchenette. A flat-screen TV is provided, as well as towels and bed linen. Other facilities include a terrace. Hereford is 22.4 miles and 6 miles from Hay on Wye Please note this is room only (no breakfast). Hay Festival 2020 - min 9 night stay
Three bed lodge on a working hill farm set it stunning countryside with breathtaking views over the Wye valley and over to the black mountains. Red Kite lodge is located on a working farm over looking stunning countryside with breath taking views across the Wye valley and over to the black mountains. Hay on wye is just 4 miles down the lane and the offas dyke path is just a few hundred meters away. Min stay 3 nights. For stays over 3+ nights please call Sarah on 07375 396748 for rates
This 17th Century, grade II listed Farmhouse is located in the rolling Radnor Hills on the edge of Brecon Beacon National Park and 15 minutes drive from Hay-on-Wye. The property is surrounded by stunning views and walking opportunities in the Radnor Hills, the Wye Valley and the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is the perfect base for families and groups of friends. There is the splendid pub, 1 mile away. The property stands on elevated ground on a sloping site and is one of three buildings around an old farmyard. The House is arranged over 3 levels. The lounge, dining room, study and kitchen are on the ground floor with 4 bedrooms above it over 2 floors. It very comfortably sleeps 8 guests. It has the possibility of accommodating 2 more on a sofa bed in the study on the ground floor. The heart of the house is the kitchen which has been recently been sympathetically modernised to meet the needs of the keen cook. It has an induction range, butler’s sink, with decent cookware and tableware to compliment. Taking pride of place in the centre is a generous kitchen table that is ideal for the preparation of festive feasts or a place for a hearty meal next to the stove. The table will comfortably seat 8 and there are also window seats for quieter chats. Connecting the kitchen and the dining room is the entrance hallway which contains the original shepherd’s crook / fishing rod racks. Fishermen are more than welcome to hang their rods on it during their stay. The backdrop to the dining room is the original fireplace from the 1600s. The oak dining table seats 10 with an extension to take the Christmas goose. The study off the dining room can be used for a variety of functions - from a little bar, a workroom, to a ground floor bedroom for those who want to avoid stairs. The house is furnished with a blend of furniture, details and objects from 17th century right up to the contemporary. During Hay Festival: As we are in the hills above to Clyro, it is convenient to drive to Clyro and take the Festival Bus from here to the Festival site. If you want to book the property for a longer period please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748.
Fox Pie Cottage is a beautiful 15th Century cottage in the centre of Eardisley. I have a double room with private bathroom. We are next door to the famous Tram Inn that serves lovely food and we are opposite The New Strand that you can enjoy a lovely breakfast or evening meal. Please note this rate is room only and does not include breakfast. You can use the garden and sun room to relax after a busy day at the festival. Room only Off street parking available. We are 10 miles from Hay. Min 2 night stay
Chapel House is an old property with lots of charm and character 5 miles from Hay on Wye. It is situated on Offa's Dyke Path and takes 10 minutes to drive into Hay, it has lovely views of the Wye Valley and the Black Mountains. The accommodation available has a separate entrance to the main house with a lobby for coats and shoes, the bedroom is a double with a king size bed and an en suite shower room with toilet. We will provide a full English breakfast.
Smart, bright town centre apartment right at the heart of Hay tapping in on all amenities and attractions. One double bedroom, living room, spacious kitchen and bathroom. 1 futon available for 1 person. Every bookshop, cafe and eatery in walking distance. Superb base for walking the Black Mountains. Min 3 night stay
1 Double bedded room - private bathroom downstairs (dressing gowns and slippers provided). B&B for the Hay Festival 2020. Delightful old farmhouse just 10 miles from the Hay Festival site. Stunning views towards the Hay Bluff and surrounding area. It is the perfect place to unwind from the excitement of the Festival with a glass of wine in your hand. Peace and time for reflection.
Located in the pretty riverside village of Glasbury-on-Wye, just 4 miles from Hay-on-Wye, 12 miles from Brecon and 25 miles from Hereford. There are eleven individually designed accommodation rooms ideal for that luxurious break in the country. Room 12 - The Flat is a self-contained flat which is suitable for pets and is wheelchair friendly and is located at the rear of the hotel. Our 100 cover restaurant offers a great selection of a la carte and bar food and we have a private dining area available. Our relaxing bar is a great place to unwind and we offer an inventive cocktail menu. The property is grade 2 listed and has been extensively refurbished. 5 min walk from the festival shuttle bus and the beautiful Wye River
Hay Festival 2020 - EARLY BIRD prices. Book before end of June 2019 and get £700 off the normal price! Full week £5680 down to £4980 Ask for details. The property is a large and beautiful property situated in four acres of garden, orchard, and paddock with secluded, private hot tub and sauna. In Vowchurch and just a hop to the pubs, shop and bistro of Peterchurch, it is a short drive from the historic book town of Hay-on-Wye and Hereford. The location is right in the heart of the Golden Valley and allows unlimited walking in the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons. The property was acquired by the Powell family some 50 years back and has recently gone through a top-to-toe renovation to combine classic Victorian features with the best of contemporary style. It is ideal for large families or groups of friends looking for something a bit different. A beautiful modern kitchen opens out onto an open dining area with generous space for 12 around the table and a wood burner for cosy evenings in. Patio doors lead directly onto a large paved area in which you can use the top of the range charcoal barbecue (BBQ). The sitting room has an open fire along with the latest smart TV and we have a well-equipped utility room with table football and outdoor toys. The six spacious and stylish bedrooms accommodate 12 guests. Two family bathrooms, two ensuites and a separate downstairs toilet ensure there should be no waiting! The 5 seater hot-tub is on 24x7, always ready for use and allows views of the garden or the stars at night. Just a few steps away is the stunning wooden sauna with a view to the wonderful garden. Also newly added are a fullsize outdoor table tennis table and a large climbing frame to keep the little ones entertained. For 3+ nights or weekly rates (up to 70% discount) please contact Sarah on 07375 396748 for rates.
The Shepherd’s hut was built to our specification. We wanted to ensure that it could accommodate a full-length bed for maximum comfort (who wants to sleep crunched up unless you’re a dormouse?) as well as a wet room to incorporate a shower, basin and an upmarket self-composting loo. A drop-leaf oak table was fitted under the triple windows to maximize working space (although it is difficult to remain focused on tasks when the view is of the beckoning Brecon Beacons, but it’s great for somewhere to spread out the weekend papers). The attention to detail is wonderful with oak floorboards, underfloor central heating (bliss in the wet room especially), sheep’s wool insulation in the walls and a wood burning stove for good measure. Even the ironmongery was sourced and made locally. Once built, it was finally winched into place (quite a feat of engineering in itself) so that the largest window looks out towards the aforementioned Brecon Beacons, the window over the bed looks up across the field towards a majestic oak whilst the view from the stable door is of Hay Bluff and the Black Mountains. Amanda set to with her sewing machine to make the soft furnishings as well as upholstering the chairs. She then rummaged around in the barn and in local shops to find the remaining pieces to give the hut its finishing touches. Everything has been thought of; from wine glasses to corkscrews, hairdryers to bathrobes, toiletries to tea-making facilities, books and maps to picnic rugs and firebowl… The only item we ask you to bring is a torch or two. The Brecon Beacons is only the fifth destination in the world to be granted international dark sky reserve status. Although magical and romantic to have solely moonlight and starlight to guide you, it can make it tricky to see where you are going. Depending on the vagaries of the weather, a full Breakfast is served in the main house (across the lawn) or outside on the patio. Min 3 nights
Built of red brick, its origins lie in the seventeenth century when it was used as a coaching inn. The lounge bears the name The Courtroom, as this is where the circuit judge of the day used to sit in judgment. Our aim at the hotel is to provide you with a peaceful haven in the tranquil heart of England away from the hustle and bustle of work and every day life. Every effort has been made to combine this warm, congenial atmosphere with all the comforts and facilities of a modern day hotel. You will find that the property retains much of its old-world charm including oak beams, and beautiful antiques, with blazing log fires through the winter months. The reputation of our dining-room relies on well prepared home-cooked food, using as much fresh produce as possible and cooked to order by our highly-regarded chef. You can choose from a varied range of meals off our menus, whether its at breakfast, lunch time or in the evening. In the heart of the Wye valley just 7 miles from Hay-on-Wye.
Comfortable family home located off the common and overlooking the beautiful River Wye. We are approximately four miles from the festival site and two minutes walk to the Festival Shuttle stop. Easy walks to a pub, and two excellent restaurants all offering lunches and dinners. Two bedrooms are offered with a shared bathroom exclusive to guests. We do, however, have another bathroom which could be used which is downstairs off the utility room. Full Breakfast is offered. Walks can be taken from our house through the garden gate onto the common. There is also available a private sitting room if required. We are happy to consider one friendly, well-behaved dog (large or small). There would be an additional £10 per day charge for this service. However, we would not accept liability for the animal. We have two family dogs, one large friendly Goldendoodle and one small friendly Westie. We must limit to one dog only
Quirkily pretty, with an Edwardian feel to its exterior, this lovely detached cottage has two bedrooms, a big garden, a play barn, a summer house, and a separate upstairs sun room. Situated in beautiful rural Welsh Border country between Abergavenny and Hereford, and just a hop away from the Black Mountains, the cottage enjoys a perfectly quiet location. Sleeps 2 adults and 2 children in a double and a twin room. Baby and dog-friendly (one well-behaved dog welcome). A cot, highchair, stairgate and fireguard are available. The open plan living space has cosy seating with a corner leather sofa and wood burning stove, TV and DVD player. This area is combined with a kitchen equipped with table and chairs, dishwasher, microwave, electric hob, grill and oven, fridge, freezer and washing machine. There is Wifi access. The master bedroom, up a few steps, but still on the ground floor, has a comfortable double bed; and the twin room for children is upstairs above the kitchen. The family bathroom, also on the ground floor, has a bath with shower over, loo and wash hand basin. A delightful addition to this cottage is its bright eyrie of a sun room, atop the building and reached by an outside staircase. You can sit here and listen to music, read one of the large selection of books, or play games. Behind the cottage, there's a play barn for restless children, with a table-tennis table and mini-football - great for a rainy day. You can also store bikes here. The garden is generous: a spacious lawned area with patio, summer house, bbq and garden furniture. There is also a lower lawn, an orchard, some woodland and a field to enjoy - plenty of running-around space for children or a dog. Wild flowers are plentiful here, and particularly impressive are the wild orchids in June. Bring a picnic out to the field on a fine day and sit on the bench to contemplate the lovely view. There is parking for two cars. The owners live close by but do not impinge on the cottage’s privacy. Your only interruptions will be bird song, bees buzzing, or perhaps an occasional tractor ploughing in the far-off distance.
Brand new house in the centre of Bronllys, only 7 miles from Hay-on-Wye. Quiet, peaceful location with lovely views of Hay Bluff. The well know Honey Cafe is within walking distance along with the The Cock Hotel and village garage. Double bedroom with ensuite shower room available with it's own private entrance - please note this is room only. No wifi Walking distance to catch the Hay festival shuttle bus. None smoking
Really spacious cottage with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. Large separate kitchen and a large sitting and dining room. Private enclosed courtyard and large shared gardens. There is a fourth downstairs double bedroom and bathroom which can be rented at an extra cost Min 2 night booking except for Hay Festival 2020 Hay Festival 2020 min 9 night booking
3 bedroom bungalow in Clyro which is just outside of Hay-on-Wye with lovely views to the golden valley and Black Mountains. 2 x King size beds. 1x twin. 1 x bathroom with toilet, bath, seperate shower. 1 x seperate toilet. Kitchen (with washing machine, electric cooker, fridge, microwave) Dining area. Living room with open fire, reclining sofa and chairs. Enclosed rear garden. Wifi. Sky TV. The park and ride bus service runs from Clyro during festival period so you can leave your car at the property and walk to catch this. Street Parking for 3 or 4 cars on a quiet no through road. You can visit the local pub,The Baskerville arms to sample the food or alternatively find one of the many eateries in Hay-on-Wye. If you wanted to head into the hills a little, the Roast Ox in Painscastle serves very good meals. Please note there are steps, with handrails, to reach the property.
Set in rural Herefordshire above Michaelchurch, Escley. Hidden in the magical Golden Valley, Court Y Pella is being sympathetically and lovingly restored. Surrounded by four acres of garden we are close to the Black Mountains, Offa's Dyke and the Olchon Valley. It's the perfect location for walkers, cyclists and explorers. 4 guests 2 bedrooms 2 beds 2 private baths 10m - Hay on Wye 15m - Hereford 14m - Abergavenny The Magnolia Room has an ensuite shower room. £95 per night Single occupancy £75 B&B The Crane Room has an adjacent private bathroom with bath and shower. £90 per night Single occupancy £70 B&B Minimum 2 night stay.
This House is a staffed manor house that can either be rented for exclusive use or as individual bedrooms on a B & B basis. The house is blessed to have lovely countryside and dramatic natural scenery on our doorstep. For anyone who enjoys walking, cycling, golf, horse-riding, fishing or other outdoor country pursuits, a visit here will feel like a trip to paradise! We also have a table-tennis table, a small fitness suite and sauna facility. If you are a less energetic person, you can relax in front of our open log fires or play billiards in our snooker room. Here you can enjoy the peace of the countryside and the beautiful night skies as there is no noise or light pollution. The perfect place for a romantic getaway or a comfortable spot of relaxation. Our three Manor bedrooms are situated at the front of the manor house and have amazing views to the Black Mountains across the green and wooded valley. The rooms are elegant, light and spacious with large Georgian windows and all the character of the period. Each has its own recently renovated, large and well-equipped en suite bathroom– one with a large walk-in power shower, one with a power shower over the bath and one with a bath tub and a separate walk-in shower. Two of the bedrooms have super king beds that can be split to make twins and the third bedroom has a king size bed. Another 6 rooms All bedrooms are provided with plenty of large, fluffy towels, hair-dryers and a range of soaps, shampoos and shower gels. There is free Wi-Fi available. There is a cosy sittingroom with an open fire and Sky TV for our guests to enjoy. Tea, herb teas and coffee are always available in the Hall.
The Bunk House is at the back of my cottage in Eardisley. It has a comfortable bunk bed with a private shower room. We are next door to the famous Tram Inn that serves lovely food and we are opposite The New Strand that you can enjoy a lovely breakfast or evening meal. You can use my garden and sun room to relax after a busy day at the festival. Off street parking available. Room only We are 10 miles from Hay. Please note - the pictures shown here are of the house and garden, the bunk house is behind the house in the garden. I don't have pictures at the minute but will try and get some soon. Min 2 night stay
This Cottage offers high quality, informal and relaxed accommodation with interesting contemporary designs, mixed with the best of the original cottage details. We have two individually decorated bedrooms, both on the ground floor with their own entrance with ensuite large shower rooms. We serve Breakfast and Dinner in the Dining Room with views over the Mynydd Epynt. Our Award winning dinners have a changing and seasonal menu with most of the vegetables grown in the garden. Guests are welcome to make use of the house and garden.
Beautiful historic 18th Century former public house and garden, now a family home in Hay, near to the Dulas Brook, offering B&B accommodation during the Hay Festival. This characterful house is just a 2 minute walk from the centre of Hay, close to local shops and cafes and only a 10 minute walk to the Hay Festival site. We are pleased to offer 3 bedrooms - 1 kingsize, 1 double (with TV in room), both with shower ensuite bathrooms and 1 single bedroom, also with a shower ensuite bathroom. The property offers parking, 1 space per room. Full English/continental breakfast is served, using locally sourced produce. We are not a dedicated B&B business, but a family home, offering accommodation only during Hay Festival. Please note, we 2 small, friendly dogs in the house. We look forward to welcoming you during the Festival.
Our Yurts are in a 10 acre glamping site with 360 degree views of the valley. We have 4 yurts, each with a wood burning stove, outdoor fire and cooking facilities (altogether can sleep 16). There is also a Communal kitchen which seats 20 and toilet/shower block. Each yurt has a double bed and 2 single beds and bedding is provided. We are 1 mile from the Gladestry section of the Offa’s Dyke Path and approx 30 min drive to Hay on Wye. Well behaved dogs are welcome. (2 max) For large group booking please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748
Built between 1897 and 1902, Whitney Court commands a breathtaking position in Whitney on Wye with far reaching rural views across the River Wye to the Black Mountains and beyond...... The Court is set within a 1000 acre estate and is surrounded by gardens, grassland and natural woodland. For those feeling energetic, explore the local area with an early morning run along leafy country lanes with fantastic views, or take a more leisurely stroll along the 11 miles of footpaths and bridleways which cross through and around the estate. Guests are also most welcome to use our private fishing beats along our 2.5 mile stretch of the River Wye. Whitney Court is perfect for group holidays, family get togethers, birthday celebrations, weddings, workshops and more ...…. Play croquet on the terraces as the sun goes down, or maybe a cheeky cocktail or two or just chill out in the total peace of the house and gardens. The ground floor rooms range from an oak panelled Great Hall, Smoking Room/Sitting Room with comfi sofas and an open fire, an Adam-style Dining Room, a TV Room with smart tv, dvd player, board games and jigsaw puzzles. There is a well equipped domestic kitchen complete with four oven AGA and range cooker, has tall fridges, tall freezer, wine fridge and dishwasher. There is a laundry room with two washers and two dryers. As well as a catering kitchen. There are 12 Bedrooms, and guests have called our beds the most comfortable they have ever slept in! There are 1 x single, 2 x twin, 2 x double, 1 x kingsize, 1 x quadruple (4 singles) and 5 x superking rooms (four of which can be made up as twins on request). There are six bathrooms, two of which are ensuite, as this is a period Edwardian house it will require some of our guests to have to share bathrooms. Stays are offered on a self-catered basis however we can recommend caterers who would be willing to cater for all or part of your stay. Minimum 3 night stay for Hay Festival weekends in 2020. ** Please note that a damage deposit of £500 must be paid 7 days prior to stay and any refund will be made within the 14 days after stay, less any deductions for any losses, damages, breakages or other expenses (including but not limited to additional cleaning, costs or claoms) incurred as a consequence of the Client's occupancy and use of Whitney Court. **
16th century grade II listed farmhouse with fantastic views, a small lake & pasture in the Golden Valley surrounded by hills overlooking Wye valley and Radnor Hills beyond, under 10 mins drive from Hay. An historic tump just over lake from the house, was a Norman castle. Price includes Full English breakfast from the Aga in the oak panelled kitchen. Bedroom with twin beds, cotton sheets & feather pillows with south facing garden view & onto hills beyond, separate bathroom, comfortable & quiet. Flat screen TV, Sky freeview, tea & coffee making facilities. Single room with Indian four poster bed, flat screen TV, coffee & tea making facilities, separate power shower room. Also extra for overflow, my absent daughters lovely south facing twin bedroom, full of her things but still large room so space ! LATE AVAILABILITY AS CANCELLATION ! this Bank holiday weekend Friday - Monday - taking bookings for all three nights only NB Steep & narrow curved oak staircases not good for anyone with mobility problems.
Stylish converted eighteenth century granary on an organic sheep farm on the edge of the Black Mountains. Beautifully warm with underfloor heating for the colder times and stone suntrap patio for sunnier days . Whatever time of year its a fantastic place to enjoy Dark Skies while relaxing around the fire pit . The bedroom is spacious with a calm atmosphere and views of the farm and Skirrid Mountain with a luxurious bathroom ensuite, with bath and power shower. In the open plan living area downstairs there is also a double sofa bed . The kitchen area has a combi oven, induction hobs and fridge if you fancy cooking a special meal but there is also an interesting mix of places to eat close by; the Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn, The Hunters Moon pub, the award winning Hardwick Restaurant and many places in Abergavenny itself. You can also pre-order our own purely pasture fed organic Black Welsh Lamb and mutton to eat when you are here or to take home with you. If you want to catch up on films on your laptop , Skype family or even keep in touch with the office we have good wifi. However you may find your mobile signal weak.
Our beautiful black & white Farmhouse is timber framed with wattle and daub panels. Parts of it date back to the 16th century. Your room is in the ‘New’ Victorian, wing and has lovely views over the garden towards the River Wye and beyond. You are very welcome to use any part of the large garden and, by prior arrangement, you may bring your horse as we have paddocks and a large stable. Further bedrooms may also be available at certain times of the year - please call Sarah on 07375 396748 to discuss
This is a characterful cottage located in the quiet Village of Painscastle 6 miles from Hay on Wye. Sleeping 6 in two double and two single bedrooms with two bathrooms. Three reception rooms, one with a woodburner and oil central heating. There is a pretty enclosed rear garden with the added bonus of a hot tub (extra charge but payable direct to the owner). Situated near the local Inn, cooking becomes an option! Lovely walks on the open hills nearby make this a great place to stay for groups of friends or families. Min 9 night stay over the Hay Festival dates
The Stable is a self contained downstairs barn conversion apartment, set in a courtyard and shares a entrance hallway with The Granary apartment upstairs. The accommodation is self catering and has an open plan living/kitchen area. A double room and a twin room with a shared bathroom. It is fully equipped with wifi. Min 3 stay
A newly refurbished end of terrace 3 bed house in Hay on Wye. Less than a 5 minute walk from the Hay Festival site and 10 minute walk in to town. The house offers One large bedroom with a King bed, a double room and a smaller room with a single bed which can be easily turned into a twin. All bedrooms share the family bathroom. Light and airy kitchen diner. Lounge with Smart TV and comfy sofa. Off street parking included - though you won't need a car, you can walk to everywhere from here.
Contemporary chic, with lofty ceilings and painted wood-panelled walls, this light and airy barn provides comfort and privacy for a couple or a small family. Situated just 15 miles from Hay- on-Wye in the heart of our 700 acre Herefordshire estate and with daily access to our outdoor heated swimming pool it really is something special. We are situated on the Herefordshire/Welsh border between Kington and Pembridge. Please note 7 nights stays only over the festive period.
4 rooms to let in quiet cul de sac in Clyro a village 1.5 miles from Hay. Car parking for 3 cars on the drive. Modern house with beautiful views over the fields. Full Breakfast included with choice of fruit etc. 3 Double/Twin rooms and 1 double all sharing a 1 bathroom. 1 double en suite bedroom. Walking distance to Hay is 1 mile Within walking distance to the shuttle bus that takes you to the Hay Festival A warm welcome awaits you.
We have one sunny double room for up to two guests in our home. We live in Boughrood, a lovely Radnorshire village on the banks of the River Wye around ten minutes drive from Hay and Brecon. Our breakfasts include a wide range of options including a full Welsh breakfast. Our garden is a lovely relaxing place and we're only a hundred yards from the river bank. We're also on the T4 Traws Cymru bus route, the Wye Valley Walk and "Lon Las Cymru~ the Green Lane of Wales" - National Cycle Route 8. The A470 Wales Way is only a minute's drive across the bridge over the River Wye.
Glasbury Cottage is a spacious family home in the small village of Glasbury-on-Wye; in a brilliant private location - tucked away in this attractive village on The River Wye, and just 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye and 8 miles from Brecon. With a large and enclosed garden at the back and the front -making it safe for children and dogs - The Cottage is the perfect cottage to book for families. The House has 2 Double rooms and 1 twin room. The comfortable sitting room has sofas and chairs, wood burner and a large TV with Sky (basic package) and DVD. This leads on from the main dining area with table and seating for 6. The family kitchen has a dishwasher, washing machine, electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer. The family bathroom has a bath with shower over, toilet and hand basin. Glasbury-on-Wye has the excellent Foyles restaurant and just across the river The River Cafe, one of our personal favourites; there is also The Harp, a more "local" pub and a small shop/garage. The River Wye in Glasbury has a long and large shingled beach, where there is always activity - whether it is families enjoying a picnic, playing games, in the summer swimming and paddling, groups of people in canoes or fishing, dog walking or bird watching. 5 min walk to festival shuttle bus. 2020 HAY FESTIVAL - Min 9 night stay
Off grid bespoke shepherds hut set in one acre of terraced wild garden with glorious views over the local hills. Peace guaranteed. Double gas hob burner, woodburning stove, towels and linen provided. Outside shower with hot water for an indulgent unique experience. For warm days there is a dining area in a wooded glade. Compost loo, fire pit, fire bath. There is a designated parking place beside our cottage and a short walk up the lane to the hut where you are guaranteed a great nights' sleep and a real chance to relax.
Large early Victorian Rectory about 25 minutes from Hay on Wye. The house stands in four acres of grounds with outstanding views of spectacular Herefordshire countryside. Guests enjoy our peaceful location after a day at the Hay Festival. Our garden is open under the National Garden Scheme. We offer two double rooms with private bathrooms. Home made bread and preserves and eggs from our own hens contribute to an excellent breakfast.
Situated midway between the lovely small "book" town of Hay-on-Wye and the village of Glasbury, we offer comfortable accommodation in a twin room with private bathroom with shower and bath, and a wonderful full "Welsh" breakfast in our home which is a 16th century cruck construction converted barn with exposed beams thoughout. Set back some 200 metres off the road and with extensive views over fields towards the Radnorshire hills, it is very private and peaceful. Our guests are treated as house guests. The twin bedroomed room is furnished with antique 19th Century Victorian iron and brass bedsteads with really comfortable new "Seventh Heaven" mattresses. As we live in a small complex of converted barns (6 in total), it is very private and quiet. The view from the bedroom is over the garden and adjoining fields to the Radnorshire Hills in the distance. Private and safe parking is available right outside the front door. Guests are welcome to come and go as they please and will be given keys on arrival. We like our guests to feel as though they are house guests and we have many guests who return year on year as they feel so comfortable with us. We have a lovely private enclosed garden and guests are welcome to make use of this as well. Heronsfield can be found easily with what3words. Once you’ve booked, I’ll send you the 3 word address so you can use the free what3words app to find the exact location. This points to the exact entrance and is more accurate than the street address. Before you travel, download the free what3words app. Type in the 3 word address, including the dots, to see the precise location. To navigate there, tap the ‘Directions’ icon and select a navigation app. If you have data, I recommend Google Maps. If you want to navigate offline, download Navmii or maps.me as well as an offline map of the area. We are happy to help guests with our knowledge of the local area and recommend walking, cycling routes etc., and help with recommendations of local pubs and restaurants and shopping. A cooked breakfast is served between 8 and 10am. Should you require an earlier continental type breakfast this can be provided. Situated on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, we are ideally situated for exploring this most beautiful region. To the south west we are within 35 minutes drive of parking to access the famous twin summits of Pen-y-Fan and Corn Du. The Central Beacons is the highest mountain range in southern Britain. Many walkers make for the famous twin summits of Pen-y-Fan and Corn Du for challenge and adventure. However, the 520 square mile extent of our Park also contains three other upland areas, the Black Mountain range, the Fforest Fawr massif and the Black Mountains, all with their own distinctive character and spectacular walking potential. To the south east we are within 30 minutes drive to access parking to walk the well known Black Mountain (also known as "the Cat's Back"). The Black Mountain features as the lightly fictionised location in the book by Bruce Chatwin, "On the Black Hill". To the south, we are within a short 10 minute drive to access parking for Hay Bluff. Hay Bluff (Welsh: Penybegwn) is a prominent hill at the northern tip of the Black Mountains, an extensive upland massif which straddles the border between south-east Wales and England. The mountain sits on an escarpment which faces north and runs roughly east-west, the next peak in the west being the Twmpa. The flat summit of Hay bluff overlooks the middle Wye Valley and the book town of Hay-on-Wye and is marked by a triangulation pillar at a height of 677 metres (2,221 ft). The hill is largely within the Welsh county of Powys though parts of its eastern flanks lie within the English county of Herefordshire. Outdoor pursuits feature prominently in the area and there are ample opportunities to engage in canoeing, caving, cycling, fishing, golf, mountain biking, horse-riding, rock climbing, sailing and other watersports, sightseeing underground at Dan yr Ogof Showcaves and The Big Pit, wild life and bird watching. If you don't have your own transport there is a bus service at the bottom of our drive which runs throughout day time hours. The service runs fom Hereford (nearest train station) via Hay-on-Wye to Brecon. This service runs approximately every 2 hours. Robert and Clare moved to their present home near Hay on Wye some 11 years ago when he retired after thirty years in the horse racing industry, the last twenty as a racehorse trainer at Newmarket in Suffolk. Clare works as a photographer and is also involved in the production of a local magazine called Wye Local which covers events and news in the local area surrounding Hay and nearby towns and villages. Robert is also involved in working for this magazine and the sister magazine Local Beacon which covers the Brecon area. Robert has also been involved in hospitality being part of the front of house teams at two local pubs/restaurants, the Bridge Inn at Michaelchurch Escley and The Harp Inn at nearby Glasbury. Robert and Clare have travelled extensively in the UK and across the world and have a wealth of experience in looking after their guests and clients.
Newly converted holiday let in Glasbury (only 4 miles from Hay). Quiet location with off street parking for 2 cars. 1 king size bedroom with en suite bathroom and 1 twin bedroom with ensuite shower room. Open plan lounge kitchen with oven/microwave and fridge. Convenient location to catch the Hay Festival shuttle bus - 2 min walk to the bus stop. local bar and cafe/restaurants within walking distance. 2020 - Hay Festival - 4 night min stay
Luxury Self Catering Accommodation for up to 7 guests in 3 bedrooms, with hot tub and free Wi Fi. Bevan House is located just outside Builth Wells in a quiet village called Hundred House and Bevan House is within walking distance of the pub. Log Fire. We are graded 4 star.
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 email@example.com
The Stables is a newly converted self-contained one bedroomed accommodation with a superking bed which can be split into two 3' single beds if required. The room has its own access through French doors from the garden, a mezzanine seating area and plenty of space for parking. In the room there is a large dining table, a fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle. There is also a hairdryer, iron and ironing board. All breakfast provisions are provided in the room and are included in the price. The room also has a 32" Samsung TV and wi-fi. There is an ensuite with a large shower (towels, shower gel and shampoo/conditioner provided) . A seating area is situated just outside. We are located in beautiful Herefordshire countryside between Hay-on-Wye and Hereford and, although a peaceful rural location, has easy access into local towns for amenities with a stunning drive through the Golden Valley into Hay.
Spacious 5* converted barn with modern facilities situated between Hay ( 25 min drive ) and Brecon ( 10 min drive ). Fabulous views across farmland to the Brecon Beacons from this comfortable and spacious property. Two King Size rooms each with en suite facilities and one with balcony to rear. Two single bedrooms sharing a family bathroom with bath and shower. Additional shower facilities and WC downstairs. The ground floor is very spacious with a lovely stone floor throughout and under floor heating. A well appointed large kitchen with modern Bosch Appliances, kitchen table and chairs - lots of space for food preparation. The utility room has a washing machine and tumble dryer with plenty of space to dry walking boots and coats etc. The large lounge has additional dining table and chairs together with comfortable sofas and chairs. The double patio doors open on to the secluded terrace and south facing garden area - ideal for BBQ's and relaxing in wonderful scenery. Cot and High Chair available . Plenty of parking space and safe storage for bikes or canoes . Mobile reception is variable ( good Vodafone ) and Wi Fi is available. Enclosed paddock and field for exercising dogs ( 2 max ) Miles of walking or riding on open common land just up from the farm. Horses welcome ! Minimum 4 night stay over Hay Festival 2020
Old stone house right on the banks of the River Wye. Two double rooms and a twin bedroom comfortably sleep five people. We also have a wooden hut in the garden with a double bed and wood burner. Space for a foldup bed or two as well in house and hut. Lovely garden, beautiful views over the Wye. Canoes by the river. Ideal for an artist/writer retreat but also for a family wanting some fun as well as peace and quiet. Our house is a family house, not super smart. It's rustic and quite quirky . We have a bath but no shower. There is however a washing machine and a dishwasher! We have a lovely big conservatory, a largish kitchen and two sitting rooms, and weather permitting, a table outside with an awning from where you can watch the river go by and probably see kingfishers, swans, duck, geese, maybe an egret and if you are lucky you might see otters! We also have a cat called Gnasher, who is undemanding. Someone could come into do it but it would be great if you could! We also have a young man who might come round once or twice to keep the garden tidy. Minimum 7 night stay from August 10th to August 25th. If you would like to stay longer than 7 nights we offer a reduction on the rate, please call Sarah at Visithay for rates 07375 396748.
Hinton Barns is a beautifully converted 18th Century Barn situated in Peterchurch, in the heart of the Golden Valley. The barn has three double bedrooms: The largest bedroom has a double bed and single futon to accommodate an additional adult or child. The ground floor bedroom with ensuite shower opens directly onto a decked area looking out over the garden. On warm days it can be a perfect breakfast spot. There are two bathrooms on the first floor, one with bath and one with shower. A large kitchen with Aga is fully equipped. An open plan dining/living room with double aspect has Smart TV and a double sofa bed. There is plenty of outside space to enjoy from a lawned area with badminton nets, paved courtyard to watch the sunset with evening drinks and rear garden overlooking the hills to the east. From Hinton Barns you can access some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country. Hay-on-Wye is 9 miles away and the festival can be easily accessed either through the festival carpark, or park in the town and take a short walk. The City of Hereford is 12 miles distant with Cathedral, Mappa Mundi, Cider Museum, shops and restaurants. Peterchurch itself is a peaceful place to stay with local pub The Nags Head offering good home cooked fare. St Peter's church is home to the Hub Cafe open tuesday to friday for delicious lunches and cakes. The Barns have ample off street parking. Minimum 3 night stay between 30/5/19 - 03/06/19 (Hay Festival)
Terraced house in the centre of Glasbury. 2 double rooms and 1 bunk room sharing a bathroom. Great location and only a 5 minute walk to catch the Hay festival shuttle bus. Within walking distance for 2 great eateries and the river. Parking for 2 cars available. Full cooked or continental breakfast will be offered.
Recently been awarded "Best Guest Accommodation in Herefordshire 2018". This elegant period house and boutique style B&B is set within 5 acres in the small historic market town of Kington not far from Hay-on-Wye. All 4 ensuite bedrooms are spacious and beautifully furnished. You can enjoy stunning views over the rolling hills whilst enjoying our delicious breakfast in the sun room.
This Bell tent is situated on a small Glamping Site with only 5 pitches. Each one is self contained, including a private kitchen hut, compost loo, sundeck with deckchairs, picnic bench and fire pit. Inside the Bell tent you'll find 'proper' furniture, comfy beds with 100% cotton linen and towels, a cosy woodburner and lots of other homely additions. A stream running through the site and Stunning views of the Mountains complete the scene. There is also a pub on the doorstep offering a friendly welcome and home cooked food. Dogs welcome. Family friendly. Please note, linen for the double is included in the price, single linen is available for a small extra charge. Shower rooms are shared but spacious and modern.
This bijou residence, nestling above one of Hay’s leading art galleries, is an oasis of calm and yet situated right in the heart of Hay Central. With views up to the castle and down to the streets below, it is the perfect eyrie to watch the world go by amid the hustle and bustle of this famous town of books. Entrance is by way of the front door sandwiched between The Table and Richard Booths Bookshop. A narrow book-papered hallway, good for leaving muddy boots and wet coats, leads to a generous staircase and landing hung with artwork from the gallery below. Val, the owner, lived here before moving around the corner and her artistic flair is well in evidence. The large front room overlooking Lion Street is a delight; comfortable armchairs, two window seats, a contemporary, low back sofa with room for two and a circular dining table, commissioned from local furniture designer Rob Barnby ... and not forgetting the 48” colour television! The kitchen is well equipped with a Bertazzoni range cooker, Dualit kettle and toaster and the Booths willow pattern crockery is all from Val’s childhood. A narrow flight of stairs leads up to the cosy bedroom with an impressive Kingsize French bateau lit. With feather pillows and duvet, Egyptian cotton linen a blissful night’s sleep is guaranteed. The shower room is no less impressive with a rain-head shower, Egyptian cotton towels and a stone milking trough sink originally from Val’s house in France. Min 10 night stay during Hay Festival 2020 For all other bookings throughout the year there is a minimum 3 night stay Friday-Sunday inc If you are interested in booking this property please phone Sarah@visithay to book 07375396748
It is a traditional 18th century stone cottage where you can enjoy a comfy room with a breath taking view. The cottage is furnished with a mix of modern and traditional furniture, and offers spacious rooms. Three miles from the historic town of Hay-On-Wye. Situated on the Herefordshire/ Welsh border, this Bed and Breakfast offers you an ideal base from which to explore the local area or to simply relax from the hustle and bustle of every day living. Whether you simply want a relaxing break, or if you enjoy hill walking, trekking, cycling, canoeing, golf, fishing or horseriding - these activities are locally available. We have to offer One Separate large Ground Floor Room, Twin Beds or Double Bed, adjoining Shower room, patio doors leading outside to private veranda. Cost including Breakfast £97.50 per night Breakfast is in the dining room in the Main House.
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, (maximum of 6 guests) with fridge, kettle and microwave. Guests are also welcome to use the large dining room to sit in or work in at any time of day, and the garden. Free wifi throughout the house. During the main Hay Festival (late May/early June of each year) we provide a continental breakfast around a large shared table in the dining room, or in the garden if the weather is fine, with muesli/cereals, yoghurts, fruit, honey, jam, marmalade, and toast. Outside the main Hay Festival in May/June 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. There is no parking at the property but the town car park is nearby.
A self-contained annexe to the 17th century farmhouse: originally the old longhouse, and now converted into a two storey cottage which can sleep 11-12 - Perfect for 2 families or a large group of friends. The ground floor has a tiled entrance for coats, boots and wet dogs - a fully equipped kitchen/dining room with woodburning stove and french windows overlooking the deer park. One double room situated downstairs with shower and wc opposite. one four-bedded room with en-suite bath/wc. Making it an ideal choice for elderly guests or visitors with limited mobility. The stairs lead off the dining room to the first floor sitting room, a double room and a three bedded room with a bathroom/wc. On the landing is a 'quiet area' with bookshelves, reading lamp and sofa bed. There is an enclosed lawned garden and a wooded area where children can explore and build dens. The farm has its own grass airstrip. Pets are welcome. Towels are extra £3 per person per set. Weekly rental - £850 3 nights minimum stay - £500 Open February-November
Birchfield is situated in the pretty village of Eardisley, just 15 minutes’ drive from Hay-on-wye. The house is was built to a high standard in 2017 incorporating the country styled stone floor and oak furnishes with a modern edge. Beautiful country views from the master bedroom balcony and open plan ground floor bi-fold doors. Walkable distance along the road to the two local pubs and village shop. The house sleeps 8 with 3 double bedrooms upstairs and a sofa bed on the ground floor in a private room from the open plan kitchen, dining, living room. The house also has private parking for upto 4 vehicles and 3 bathrooms.
A 3 bed house in the middle of a lovely village, Glasbury on Wye. 4 miles from Hay with access to the local bus service to the festival. The house offers 2 double rooms and one small double ( sofa bed ) or as a single. Spacious kitchen with separate dining area, large family bathroom upstairs and downstairs toilet. Cosy sitting room with open fireplace but also central heating. Access to garden, lovely to sit out and enjoy the Welsh sunshine, also parking on drive for 2 cars. Close to Foyles, a bar/ restaurant immediately opposite and also the rivers within walking distance and another lovely local restaurant the river cafe.
A premium spot in the heart of the Brecon Beacons, the Lodge overlooks beautiful gardens as well as the mountains. Enjoy watching birds on the feeding table just outside whilst you enjoy a superb breakfast yourself. Only 25 mins easy drive from Hay on Wye The Lodge offers a fantastic opportunity of both walking and enjoying the festivals in Hay. Accommodation comprises of 4 en suite rooms, all kingsize, however 1 can be split into a twin room. A hearty breakfast, made from locally sourced products, is served between 8.00am – 9.00am. Earlier breakfasts can be accommodated on request. Of course, vegetarians and those with special dietary requirements can all be catered for by prior arrangement. For evening meals, the bustling town of Brecon is a short drive or moderate canal side walk away. The surrounding villages also have pubs offering classic pub meals as well as menus including plenty of locally sourced produce. If you don’t fancy walking or driving why not picnic in the garden or use our pergola area for a barbeque.
If it’s pure escapism you are searching for, look no further. This remote house in the countryside is perfectly located with breathtaking scenery and fresh water springs right on your doorstep. The road that leads you to this hidden gem transports you to a perfect wilderness, passing wild horses, Highland cattle and sheep – you will think you are on top of the world. Then………. there it is, your perfect location for a traditional rural retreat. The House in the Hills comes with two properties, both restored by father and son Glyn & Steve Greenow who took great pride in restoring them to the highest standard yet still in keeping with the original features. The House in the Hills is now one of Wales’ most luxurious large cottages to rent. There is the main farmhouse with three lovely double bedrooms sleeping six and a self contained barn with a further two double bedrooms, sleeping four just across the courtyard. Both the house and Barn have spacious kitchens with all modern cooking facilities, large dining rooms to entertain in the evenings and TVs with cinema surround. The bathrooms boast large walk in showers with jacuzzi jets and roll top baths, pure indulgence. If you can drag yourself away from the comforts of this house, you will find the captivating town of Hay on Wye, only 10 minutes away. Or you may want to take in the great outdoors and take a walk out of your front door into the heart of the Black Mountains. On your return, depending on the time of year, you can snuggle up by the roaring fire or get the bbq going for Al fresco dining on the sun terrace. Last but not least and what a treat, why not have a hot tub under the stars and soak up the magnificent views. The House in the Hills is truly a magical experience where special memories are made - Minimum 3 nights stay. HAY Festival 2020 - Min 7 night stay 21st - 29th May & min 2 night stay 29th - 31st May
Modern super clean spacious double bedroom with ensuite shower room in the centre of Hay, in a modern house. We ( Rob and Vicky) are experienced hosts who aim to make your stay as comfortable as possible in their family home, located a minute or two from the Globe arts centre and Booths Cinema, less than 5 minutes to Hay's market square with many shops, pubs, and cafes, and 15 minutes walk to the Hay Festival Site. We are interested in music, film, art and food, although not necessarily in that order! The spacious room has a super comfy double bed, Digital TV with Netflix. Art House DVD collection and SEGA MEGA DRIVE. Hair dryer, access to washing machine and ironing. Also off road parking by arrangement. Guests have free use of the well equipped kitchen and diner to prepare and enjoy their own food, while basics like bread, milk, porridge, eggs. tea and coffee are available complimentary. BBQ in the back yard. Please bear in mind that this is a family home, rather than a hotel, with general life going on, ( people getting up early, using bathrooms etc) although we will try to keep disturbances to a minimum. Collection from railway station possible by arrangement.
The property is located 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye & festival site in the village of Glasbury. 10 min walk to catch the village shuttle bus to the festival site. The property, which in parts dates from 1650 with Victorian and modern extensions, is located at the end of a quiet rural lane and has a large garden with outside seating. We are offering B&B during the Hay Festivals for a minimum of two nights. Two restaurants and a pub are within an easy walking distance, serving a variety of food and drinks for both lunch time and evenings. The property has private off road parking. Estate Bedroom is spacious and has an ensuite walk-in shower, kingsize bed, 2 arm chairs, TV and radio and tea and coffee making facilities. Chestnut Bedroom is also a good size and has a shower room located opposite across the landing, a kingsize bed, TV and radio and tea and coffee making facilities. Both rooms have good storage for clothes. There is a separate lounge available with a TV for guests to relax in. Guests are also welcome to use the lovely, large garden with its many seating areas, A continental or cooked breakfast will be provided. Free WiFi available. Please note there are dogs in the house - they do not moult, are well behaved and never go upstairs or on furniture!
A beautifully converted 18th Century Barn situated in Peterchurch, in the heart of the Golden Valley. The accommodation is a private double en-suite ground floor bedroom. The room opens directly onto a decked area looking out over the garden. On warm days it can be a perfect spot for breakfast or afternoon tea. From Hinton Barns you can access some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country. The town of Hay-on-Wye is 9 miles away with its wealth of wonderful book shops, river walks and bars and restaurants. The City of Hereford is 12 miles distant with Cathedral, Mappa Mundi, Cider Museum, shops and restaurants. The county has much to offer and explore. Alternatively you can enjoy the peace and quiet of Hinton. We offer a wide range of breakfast options from fresh fruit, yoghourt, home made muesli, local jams, to full English with local eggs. Home cooked evening meals can be available upon request.
A Grade I-listed country house with stunning views across Llangorse Lake to the Black Mountains, in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park. We have four large ensuite double bedrooms; a further two double bedrooms, twin bedroom and single bedroom all share two bathrooms. During your stay you are welcome to use the garden and explore the grounds, about 10 acres in total. Prices include a cooked or continental breakfast, using locally sourced ingredients. Discounts available for a whole house booking or numerous nights - contact Sarah 07375 396748
Delightful mid terrace grade II listed cottage circa 1820, situated in the conservation area of Talgarth facing the River Enigg. Designed over four floors and recently beautifully refurbished to a high standard, the accommodation comprises of two double bedrooms one with en suite and the upper floor bedroom has separate bathroom. Open plan lounge with kitchen dinner area on the ground floor with TV, spiral staircase leads down to basement double bedroom with en suite , views of the river and access to a patio area by the riverside. From the lounge the spiral staircase leads upstairs to the first floor with double bedroom and TV with views of the river. A well appointed bathroom is situated on the first floor and from the landing, a bespoke hand made Scandinavian ladder steps lead to the attic "chill out" room. This area is furnished with floor cushions as an extra space to relax in. min 2 night booking
Twin bedded room available. The accommodation is in a three bedroom cottage situated in a converted tithe barn. Twin bedded room with private bathroom which has a separate walk-in shower. T.V. and tea/coffee making facilities are available. Private parking. The cottage is in a quiet village on the black and white trail of Herefordshire, the amenities include a hairdresser, beauty salon, grocery shop and two pubs - one has an excellent restaurant. Breakfast included.
This recently completed and beautifully presented log cabin 3 miles from Hay on Wye is one of two in the small tranquil hamlet of Cwmgwannon. It has everything you need for an enjoyable and relaxing retreat high in the hills above Clyro village. It offers the perfect escape for those looking for an "away from it all" break but still within close proximity to civilisation. The Lodge comfortably sleeps 5 guests in 3 bedrooms and has an ensuite with shower to the master, as well as a family bathroom. It is set in a picturesque and tranquil location with views of the surrounding rolling hills and farmland. Perfectly placed for walks from the door onto the Begwyns Hills, especially for those guests with a dog, the Lodge is also only a 5 minute walk down the hillside to the village of Clyro where a pub, garage and shop can be found (a longer walk home up hill!) Hay on Wye, famous for its annual literary festival and second hand book shops, is only a short distance away and boasts a variety of boutique style shops, family butchers, green grocer, delicatessen, cafes, pubs, restaurants and a thriving weekly market. Due to being situated close to a local livery yard, the Lodge is ideally placed for those guests wishing to bring their horse on holiday (by private arrangement with the livery owner). National Trust land and the Begwyns Hills offer the perfect terrain for great riding. Please note, for those guests looking for 2 properties within close proximity to each other so that 2 families can holiday together but in separate accommodation, Bryn Lodge is situated close to Luxury Cabin 1 (a 1 minute walk away along a grassy track). Whilst conveniently located near to each other, both cabins retain complete privacy.
This property is a nine bedroomed country house nestled in the Herefordshire countryside, set within 22 acres of gardens and grounds at the end of a long drive. This is available on an exclusive use only basis, meaning that our guests have the privacy and seclusion of a property entirely to themselves for the duration of their stay. The property boasts beautiful heritage features, including open fires, wood panelling and stucco ceilings. On the ground floor, there are three different sitting rooms, all with their own character, a library complete with pool table, a large dining room, a modern kitchen and an informal living/workspace. Upstairs are nine bedrooms and six bathrooms, all to a very high standard. Put up beds and cots can be added to the accommodation for those visitors with small children, or who have a couple of extra adult guests staying. A hot tub can be hired at a small additional cost. The house has only just been renovated, so mixes the wonderful character of an old building with all the features a modern guest could wish for, including waterfall showers, big comfy beds and snuggly sofas. Outside is a hedged David Austin rose garden, kitchen garden, woods, orchard, small vineyard and two huge south-facing lawns. Firepits, garden games and outdoor furniture complete the outdoors, giving guests the chance to be outside no matter the time of day or season. Small, well behaved dogs are considered. Offered on a self-catered basis, but catering can be arranged through our wonderful caterers for a special meal or for meals throughout our guests' stay. Check in is 4pm and check out 10am, although dependent on other bookings, this can be negotiated. Check out on a Sunday is midday. The property is 45 minutes from Hay, and transport can be arranged to Hay Festival separately if required. Min 2 night stay over Hay Festival. Week long bookings can start on a Friday or a Monday. All pricing quoted in the cost for a minimum two night stay for the entire property, please enquire for the exact pricing for your chosen number or nights. Prices are not nightly multiples so if you book more than two nights, the price per night will be cheaper. For further information please call Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748
If you are looking for a place to rest your head after a day spent on the Festival site, browsing in the book and antique shops, or wandering along the river Wye, then this may be what you are looking for. The Annex is a recent barn-type conversion suitable for a couple or up to 4 people. It comprises a bedroom (double bed) and shower room upstairs, and a kitchen-sitting room complete with sofa-bed downstairs. Guests also have shared access to our garden if the weather is suitable. It is conveniently situated by the River walk which takes you to the Festival site (10-15 min walk) and within 2 mins walk of the Town clock and the surrounding shops. Minimum 9 night stay for Hay Festival 2020 Off-road parking available for 1 vehicle.
A self-contained cottage to the 18th century period house. The two storey converted cottage was originally used as a pantry and living quarters. It is perfect for 2 people or a romantic get away. The ground floor has a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and lounge. A small staircase leads up to the bedroom which features a comfortable King sized bed with an en-suite and very large walk-in shower. The bedroom also has a sofa bed, so it can be arranged as a Twin room. There is a lovely terrace with seating area. Dogs are welcome. Breakfast can be arranged in our B&B.
Our bungalow is situated on the outskirts of Llangammarch Wells looking over the Epynt hills with off road parking and wonderful farmland views. We are 8 miles from Builth Wells, 4 miles from Llanwrtyd Wells (smallest town in Great Britain) and 27 miles from Hay On Wye. We have a double room (5ft bed) and a single room (3ft bed). Choice of breakfast includes a full Welsh breakfast and use of hot tub. Both bedrooms share one bathroom.
A comfy king-size brass bed with en-suite bathroom and stunning views of the Black Mountains. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided along with a continental breakfast each morning to set you up for the day at Hay Festival. A fully cooked breakfast is available at an additional cost with prior notice.
Spacious yurt with stunning Mountain views 4 miles from Hay, 15 miles from Builth Private, fully equipped kitchen and compost loo, fire pit, deckchairs, picnic bench, wood burner. Sleeps up to 6 on one kingsize bed and 4 single futons. Traditional village pub serving food right on the doorstep Stream running through the site
The perfect place to stay as a couple or by yourself when visiting Hay-on-Wye. From the Tiny Townhouse it is only a short walk up Brook Street to the centre of town passing Brook Street Pottery and Booths Cinema. Closer to home is The Globe, an old converted chapel turned Cafe and Restaurant. The house is very cosy yet modern with an open plan ground floor with kitchen whilst the upstairs bedroom has a kingsize bed and there is a large walk in shower in the bathroom. At the back of the property there is a back gate with access for bike storage. All in all it’s a great house for a break away and all you could want from a Tiny Townhouse in Hay on Wye. Hay Festival 2020 - Min 10 night stay between 20 May - 1st June 2020
We are a family run Free House Country Pub, with 3 Double En-Suite bedrooms with Flat Screen TV, tea & coffee facilities. All the rooms have been recently refurbished to a high standard. Great food and only 6 miles to Hay on Wye and it's famous Festival! There are Country Walks, Fishing, Canoeing, and other outdoors pursuits available in the area, or just have a quiet break !
Hay Centre. Modern three storey townhouse. Three bedrooms. Fourth lounge/bedroom on first floor. Ground floor kitchen/diner/living room. Conservatory, Patio garden overlooking school playing fields and (in the winter) the Black Mountains. Parking for 1/2 cars. Newly refurbished. Quiet cul-de-sac, minutes away from all amenities.
This Victorian mid terrace house provides an ideal base for festival goers or for visitors to Hay more generally. The house comfortably accommodates up to five guests. The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering. The log burner in the sitting room and central heating throughout keep the house cosy and, in sunny weather, the rear garden and space at the front of the house are perfect for relaxing and even eating out of doors. At the rear of the house is a small, private road that provides parking for one car. The house is a five-ten minute walk from the main festival site and a less than five minute walk from the centre of Hay. Min 3 night for Hay Festival winter weekend 2019 2020 Hay Festival - min 9 night stay
An extended 2 bedroom cottage in the centre of Hay. Sitting room, kitchen diner, one double bedroom and one family room with double bed plus bunk beds and vanity unit. A recently refurbished bathroom comes with bath and shower over. Please note although there is no garden dogs are welcome and there are plenty of walks very close by. Minimum 2 night stay.
A 3 bedroom house located in a peaceful spot, within the lovely village of Clyro. It is situated within yards of the popular village pub, and is only a short drive from Hay-on-Wye or a 20/30 minute walk. The house offers parking spaces for two cars, comfortable living space for up to 6 people and a small private garden. The house has wi-fi and access to a range of TV services and DVDS. 1 Kingsize Double & 1 double bedroom with shared bathroom. There is a double sofa bed to cater for another 2 people. Min 2 night stay over Hay Festival 2019 (23 May - 2nd June 2019)
Award winning 5 star Bed and Breakfast with 3 fabulous en suite rooms just a 10 min drive from the Festival site. Two Night minimum booking. Autumn, our superior double has lovely views, a kingsize bed, seating area, flat screen TV with dvd, tea and coffee and a large ensuite with extra large shower. Summer, our second double has double bed, all the same amenities plus a huge bathroom with extra large shower plus a free standing roll- top bath. Spring is our lovely twin room with the same extras with a slightly smaller ensuite. Our extensive breakfast menu gets rave reviews and is included in the price and we also have a guest lounge and loads of parking.
The tent is furnished with a 'proper' king-sized bed, feather duvets, pillows, with good quality white linens and towels. There is also a wood burner for any chilly nights. Outside on the deck you have a table and chairs alongside your own BBQ. We provide (we hope) everything you need for a relaxed stay -candle lanterns, a torch, firelighters, charcoal, and some hot water bottles and extra blankets in case it gets a bit chilly. We also have fire pits to use - toast marshmallows and just chat! The best conversations happen in the dark! There is a small kitchen area with all of the crockery, glasses and utensils you could need along with a fridge, kettle, microwave and toaster to conjure up a breakfast of scrambled eggs on toast! If we have enough eggs from our chickens, ducks and geese you are most welcome to get creative.
Country cottage in Peterchurch (Golden Valley), 9 miles from Hay on the B4348. Comfortable rooms, beautiful garden with views of the Golden Valley. Room 1- double room with ensuite, Room 2 - Twin with private shower room and Room 3 - Double room with private shower room (min 2 night stay) Note; we do not have facilities to accommodate children.
Beautifully appointed self- contained Annexe adjoining our 17th century farmhouse, tastefully updated with all mod cons yet retaining a wealth of original features ie exposed beams, etc. modern kitchen, fridge, freezer , dishwasher, huge en-suite bedroom and bathroom, all set in a semi-rural setting just outside of Hereford. Am happy to do B&B if you prefer using locally sourced produce and veg from my own garden when in season at a cost of £10.00 per person extra ..all diets can be catered for and any special requirements, just let me know! Breakfast is to be paid direct to the owner.
Our Yurts are in a 10 acre glamping site with 360 degree views of the valley. We have 4 yurts, each with a wood burning stove, outdoor fire and cooking facilities (altogether can sleep 16). There is also a Communal kitchen which seats 20 and toilet/shower block. Each yurt has a double bed and 2 single beds and bedding is provided. We are 1 mile from the Gladestry section of the Offa’s Dyke Path and approx 30 min drive to Hay on Wye. Well behaved dogs are welcome. (2 max) For large group booking please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748
Our cottage is 5 miles east of Hay , in a secluded valley with south facing views overlooking a stream , fields and hills . It is totally private and not overlooked. It is extremely comfortable and pretty . Filled with vintage china , furniture and paintings. There are 3 bedrooms , two doubles and one single . All have brass beds and views over the hill. The kitchen has a flagstone floor , an old pine table sits six comfortably . It is fully equipped and has a dishwasher , washing machine ,dryer, electric oven , hob and microwave The sitting room is very snug and also has a wood burner . We provide two baskets of logs . There is a DVD player with plenty of dvds to watch . The bathroom has a bath with a shower attachment and a seperate toilet . There is a small patio with a table ,chairs ,a fire bowl and barbeque overlooking the stream . You are welcome to bring dogs ,as long as they are kept under control , we have fields of sheep and horses . There are chickens and ducks wandering freely . We are happy to help with anything you need , including use of wifi , our farmhouse is a two minute walk away. The cottage is on its own Spring . WIFI There is plenty of off road parking . Over Hay Festival 2020 - Min 5 night stay
Our Yurts are in a 10 acre glamping site with 360 degree views of the valley. We have 4 yurts, each with a wood burning stove, outdoor fire and cooking facilities (altogether can sleep 16). There is also a Communal kitchen which seats 20 and toilet/shower block. Each yurt has a double bed and 2 single beds and bedding is provided. We are 1 mile from the Gladestry section of the Offa’s Dyke Path and approx 30 min drive to Hay on Wye. Well behaved dogs are welcome. (2 max) For large group booking please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748
Take your place as the head of this Court Estate for your very own Downton style experience. Plunge into the heated pool, walk the formal gardens and say hello to your gardener. Perfect for special occasions, multi-generational groups and holidays. It is also the perfect backdrop for corporate days and launches. With exclusive use. Soak up the ambience of this significant country house dating back to the 15th century and sympathetically restored keeping all of its original features and now boasting many contemporary designs that compliment the classical backdrop. Each room has unmistakable style, from the grand opulence of the drawing room to the hand carved paneled lounge. The oak cantilever staircase completes the grand look of the oversized reception hall with its all important wood burner, with oak continuing up the stairs to the spacious landing. Formal dinners, pool side barbecues and everything in between are possible at this Country House. A well spec'd modern kitchen provides all you need to create and we can also offer caterers. Dining options include the main dining room, breakfast room and in warmer months poolside on the patio. Up to 60 can be seated in the drawing room or a marquee can be hired for more. Each of the 10 bedrooms (7 doubles, 3 double/twins) has been designed to a very high standard and all are individual with their own character. Quality beds and linen complete the feeling of luxury, and each room has its own television. 4 ensuite bedrooms and 3 shared bathrooms. 3 cots & 3 camp beds. Walking your land won't be a 5 minute stroll! The Estate boasts not only an oxbow estate lake with over 7 acres of water but also 1.5 miles of River Wye. A truly unique position recently captured by the BBC. Catch a Wye salmon, or a monster oxbow carp. Spot local wildlife: herons, kingfishers, red kites, buzzards, deer, otters, badgers and voles. Picnic by the river with family or a sunset romantic stroll, the Gainsborough backdrop won't disappoint. Closer to the court are specimen trees and shrubs growing in the 7 acres of formal gardens (a former head gardener went on to work for the Queen), the old moat and the 12th century church. Min 2 night stay, for 3+ nights please contact Sarah on 07375 396748 for rates.
This lovely Victorian house has been tastefully refurbished to accommodate 5 people in comfort in the centre of Hay. On the ground floor is a comfortable sitting room with two sofas and an easy chair, rug over original floorboards, and a living flame gas fire. The kitchen diner includes a gas hob, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge, as well as a dining table and six chairs. On the first floor is a double bedroom and the family bathroom, with shower over the bath, WC and basin, and a second staircase (both staircases are quite steep) leads up to a spacious attic bedroom with three single beds. Free wifi You can park on St Mary's street free of charge or at the tennis courts which is a 3 min walk away. 2 night minimum. 4+ nights please contact Sarah at Visithay to discuss prices! HAY FESTIVAL 2020 - Please note Min 10 night stay between 21st - 31st May 2020
A warm welcome awaits you in this historic house in a beautiful setting surrounded by its own garden, restored in keeping with its character. Your stay will not cost the earth. The house has a ground source heat pump for space heating and hot water. We have photovoltaic panels. It is a small family run guest house, with two guest bedrooms, individually decorated, with bathrooms en suite; One Twin bedroom, 1 Double bedroom. Full English breakfast is served, with organic ingredients. A selection of organic teas and coffee (24/7) in the dining room. Special diets catered for. Spring water on tap. Library in the house. Free wifi. Come and enjoy!
NOTE: There is a 10% discount off prices shown for bookings of 5 days or more.
Wayside is a delightful 3 bedroom cottage on the edge of the pretty little village of Llowes just over 6 minutes from Hay on Wye - the famous Town of Books. The cottage is very spacious with separate lounge, dining room and kitchen. There are wonderful views of the Black Mountains upstairs.
The location is ideal for rural walks and numerous outdoor activities such as canoeing, pony trekking, gorge walking, abseiling and fishing to name but a few. The latest addition to Wayside Cottage is a lovely new log burner! Logs are provided - along with an 'Honesty Box' to cover cost of the firewood.
One well behaved dog very welcome!
The cottage is very spacious and ideal for families with children (see note below). You have a large lounge, very spacious dining room with industrial style dining room table using reclaimed wood - perfectly designed to hide blemishes - and then the well-equipped kitchen with a 4 seater table – ideal for jigsaws! Outside there is a good sized garden with table and chairs.
Next to the kitchen is a utility room with a washer/dryer. The cottage has 3 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin & 1 single bedroom) – and all the bedrooms have those lovely views of the Black Mountains. Upstairs there is a bathroom with a toilet and there is also a toilet and shower downstairs. There is off-road parking for 3 cars beside the front gate.
No smoking. Sorry - but we can't accept parties or events.
Please note the staircase is not safe or suitable for children of 0 -7 years of age as the staircase only has a handrail on one side and is open on the other side. See photo. We have had children stay with no mishap but parents must take full responsibility for their welfare. The stairway is due to have additional handrails installed very soon.
The cottage is 3.2 miles from Hay and 2 miles from Glasbury.
Min 3 nights (no check in on a Saturday or Sunday). If you need a weekend check in please enquire as I may be able to change cleaning dates.
NOTE: The cottage location is on the A438 Hereford Road - set back from the road by the entrance to the village. Please contact Sarah at Visithay on 07375 396748 with any specific requirements you might have regarding your stay.
Situated in the heart of Hay, this spacious two bedroom flat is close to cafes, restaurants, shops, walks, cycle routes, and river ways. Sleeping accommodation consists of a double bedroom and twin bedroom. The double room has a large double bed, and the twin, a queen sized bed and a single bed. There is the option, on request, of adding an additional single bed to either of these rooms, and making the dining area into a third bedroom with a kingsize bed. The flat comfortably sleeps six. The bedrooms and large bathroom, with a bath and shower, are on the first floor of the flat. A well equipped kitchen, dining room and lounge are on the second floor. The dining area has a large table, and the lounge, a working fireplace and TV. The ground floor conservatory entrance also has a sofa and chairs and can be a sun-trap early mornings and during the evening. The flat has recently been restored and has beautiful wooden floors. Even though it is located at the centre of Hay, it has a peaceful feel. Perfect for exploring, resting and rejuvenating. As the flat consists of three floors, like many old townhouses in Hay, there are two sets of stairs with a spacious hallway, offering views toward the Radnor Hills. Two parking spaces can be accessed via an old archway, which may not be suitable for large vehicles. Information about the area, including maps to borrow, is available in the flat. Hay is celebrated for its markets, festivals, castle, theatre and many cafes, restaurants, galleries and book-shops. It is perfectly located for walking, cycling, and canoeing, and there are local bike and canoe hire places in town, as well as storage space for bikes in the flat. The flat is situated besides Offa's Dyke and Wye Valley long distance footpaths and it is possible to walk sections of this, and create circular walks. The Black Mountains and Radnor Hills have wonderful vistas, and the River Wye passes close by. Please bring your own bedding for stays of less than three nights. This way we can lower the cost of staying here. The cost of £200 per night (excluding Hay Festival) will be reduced for weekend and longer stays. HAY FESTIVAL 2020 - minimum 9 night stay