A cosy, spacious flat - situated in the heart of Hay-On-Wye. One large bedroom with a king size mattress. Chest of draws and a cupboard with hangers, and plenty or mirrors. Also has a TV, fan, alarm clock, iron and hair dryer! The kitchen is fully equipped for self catering, with an espresso machine, oven, hob and fridge freezer.) A powerful shower with toilet and basin -toiletries provided. A large open plan dining room/lounge with 4 large bay windows, creating heaps of natural light in to the property. With an 'L' shaped sofa to relax on with a glass of wine whilst watching the tele (Netflix, Amazon prime and Sky). A 1 minute walk to the bus stop, 8 minute walk to the Hay Festival site.
The perfect place to stay as a couple or by yourself in Hay-on-Wye. From the Little 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 double bed and there is a shower in the bathroom. At the back of the property there is a small yard for bike storage. All in all it’s a great house for a break away and all you could want from a Little Townhouse in Hay on Wye. 19.5 miles from Builth Wells
Self-contained guest suite in a peaceful woodland setting a short walk from Hay Festival site and the town's bookshops and cafes. Ideal for cyclists/walkers to explore the Brecon Beacons, Offa’s Dyke and Gospel Pass. Sunny bedroom with kingsize or two single beds, new en-suite shower and laundry room. Separate entrance/eating area with kettle, toaster, microwave, and fridge. Help yourself simple breakfast of tea/coffee, cereal/toast/croissant provided. Dogs welcome (£10 a day, payable direct to owners), cycle storage available, parking and picnic table. Private wildlife wood, stream, rural views and visiting peacocks!
Originally built in 1623 as a public house. The cottage is adjacent to the River Wye and bridge and on the Offa's Dyke path. The cottage has a large lounge/dining room with gas fire, TV/DVD player. Large kitchen with oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher.) Utility room has a washing machine & tumble dryer. 2 large double bedrooms and 1 twin bedroom. 2 bathrooms with showers. Outside patio with garden furniture. Ample car parking for 7 cars in court yard. Sorry no pets.
Brand new Lodge for 2019- sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms All with Super King beds. Bedroom 1 is en suite with a Super King sized bed, Bedroom 2 also has a Super King bed and shares a bathroom with bedroom 3, Bedroom 3 is set out with twin beds but can be zipped together to make a third super King bed on prior request.) Kitchen is fully equipped with Fridge, microwave, wine cooler, dishwasher. electric cooker and hob. Utility room has a washer/drier and Freezer. All bedrooms have smart TV's and hair driers. Open plan lounge has 50 inch Smart TV, 2 x 3 seater settees, beams and mood lighting throughout.
Woodland Lodge - Brand new Lodge for 2019- sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms All with Super King beds. Bedroom 1 is en suite with a Super King sized bed, Bedroom 2 also has a Super King bed and shares a bathroom with bedroom 3, Bedroom 3 is set out with twin beds but can be zipped together to make a third super King bed on prior request.) Kitchen is fully equipped with Fridge, microwave, wine cooler, dishwasher. electric cooker and hob. Utility room has a washer/drier and Freezer. All bedrooms have smart TV's and hair driers. Open plan lounge has 50 inch Smart TV, 2 x 3 seater settees, beams and mood lighting throughout.
Unique self contained, self catering from 2021, family apartment situated in the heart of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
* Private suite with views of the garden and facing Mynydd Troed, nestling peacefully in the foot hills of the Black Mountains
* Kingsize Bed and Sofa Bed
* En-suite Shower Room
* Lounge area with TV, Xbox 360, games and DVD's
* Dining area & hospitality tray
* Fully fitted kitchen inc dishwasher, oven, hob & microwave.
* A generous Welsh Welcome Hamper with freshly baked bread and local artisan produce awaits. Including award winning Black Mountains Preserves made by Helen.
* Free Wifi and Private Parking
* Situated 1.5 miles from Bronllys Castle and walking distance from Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve.
* Centrally placed between the towns of Crickhowell, Brecon, and Hay on Wye, less than an hour’s journey from the M4. Approx 20 mins to the Royal Welsh Show & just 15 mins for the Hay Literacy Festival
* The very spacious guest suite is perfect for those looking for peace and tranquility.
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.
Georgian WTB 4* Farmhouse situated along the Upper Wye Valley just outside the village of Llangurig. Both rooms are en-suite, with beverage facilities, hairdryer, digital flat screen TV's and other guests' comforts. Guests also have their own dining room/lounge in which to relax.) Our smallholding extends to 15 acres of farmland with breathtaking views up and down the Upper Wye Valley. We keep various ducks and chickens, so guests can be assured of fresh farm eggs with their hearty breakfast in the morning. Both of our cosy bedrooms are on our lower ground floor which feels quite separate and self contained from the main house. A shared breakfast room with a fridge for your own use is also provided. We have off road parking and secure locked facilities for bikes, rally cars and trailers.
Brook Cottage is a unique 200 year old restored character cottage surrounded by the wildfower meadows of Turnastone Court Farm. This grade 2 listed property is situated in the golden valley and has many original features, including a wood burning stove, rayburn, flagstone floors and a large secure cottage garden.) The cottage includes a large L shaped sitting room with 3 comfortable sofas, and a dinning area. It has a fully fitted kitchen, spacious entrance hall and downstairs toilet on the ground floor. The family kitchen has a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge freezer, electric range cooker and microwave. Upstairs there are 4 double bedrooms (2 king size and 2 double beds) and a shared bathroom with bath, toilet and shower. Perfect for couples, friends, families and a well behaved dog. It has its own large secure cottage garden situated in the beautiful parish of Turnastone surrounded by wildflower meadows and farmland. Brook Cottage is 10 miles from Hay-on-Wye and 11 miles from Hereford. Guests are invited to book for a minimum of 10 nights over the period Saturday 21 August - 2nd September 2021
The perfect place to stay as a couple or by yourself in 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. 19.5 miles from Builth Wells
A luxurious family home in view of the stunning Brecon Beacons. The house is a perfect mix of Classic & contemporary luxury on the cusp of the wild outdoors. With four en-suite bedrooms and two that share a bathroom on the attic floor, the house is the height of luxury amidst panoramic views of the Usk Valley and the Brecon Beacons beyond.) From a large living room in which to play games and watch movies to a reading study with an array of pages to get lost in, families have the space to gather together or take some time apart. The Kitchen is fully fitted with all modern appliances with a adjoining oak farmed sun room and a separate mud room. The South-facing outside area includes a terrace with alfresco seating, BBQ and hot tub, as well as manicured gardens leading down to a rippling stream all with fantastic views of the countryside and the Beacons in the distance. For generations, this home has been a restorative place to eat, play and laugh amid beautiful Welsh scenery and plenty of fresh countryside air. Min 3 night stay
7 Bronant is nestled in a quiet Cul de Sac in the nearby market town of Talgarth - just 6 miles from Hay on Wye & 18miles from Builth Wells on the A470. The house has 3 bedrooms - one king size, one double and one single room. It has an upstairs bathroom containing WC, sink, shower and whirlpool bath, there is also a downstairs wc.) The open plan ground floor has kitchen containing a double oven, microwave and electric hob as well as American style fridge freezer with ice machine, dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen leads on to a dining room that comfortably seats 6 people with patio and gas BBQ and furniture for a little al fresco dining! The lounge has two and three seater leather sofas, lovely wood burning stove and satellite tv. The house has high speed broadband throughout. Talgarth itself, has three country pubs - one of which - the New Inn, serves the finest Gurkha and Nepalese Cuisine in the area and the other - The Bridgend has a great reputation for serving home cooked fayre - steaks being a speciality. The Tower also serves Sunday Lunches. There is a Co-op store on the town square and renowned butchers WJ George and their new, wonderfully stocked Delicatessen just off it. Min 9 night stay during Hay Festival
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
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 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 look forward to welcoming you during the Festival.
1 Double bedded room with private bathroom (dressing gowns and slippers provided). Delightful old farmhouse just 8 miles from Builth Wells and Hay on Wye . Stunning views towards the Hay Bluff and surrounding area. It is the perfect place to unwind from the excitement of the Royal Welsh Show and Hay Festival with a glass of wine in your hand. Peace and time for reflection. £100 per night per room including breakfast. Minimum of 2 night stay.
A beautiful Jacobean townhouse in a quiet but central part of Hay, with a sunken front garden of box and bay, surrounded by climbing magnolia, roses and wisteria, and espaliated crab apple. 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 4 guests) with fridge, kettle and microwave. Guests are also welcome to use the garden and the large dining room to sit in or work in at any time of day. Free wifi throughout the house. During the main Hay Festival (late May/early June of each year) we provide a light continental breakfast around a shared table in the dining room, or in the garden if the weather is fine, with cereals, fruit, yoghurt, toast, fruit juices and tea/coffee. 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 want 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, or during the festival there are dedicated car parks (see information on the festival website).
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. 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 from Hereford (nearest train station) via Hay-on-Wye to Brecon, with connections to Cardiff. This service runs approximately every 2 hours.
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.)
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.
1 double bedroom with private bathroom in a newly built house 5 min walk from the centre of Hay town centre and Hay festival site. Continental breakfast included. Clean and comfortable home with use of the kitchen facilities.
19 miles from Builth Wells (pretty drive) 5 minute walk from the centre of Hay where you can enjoy all the independent retailers, restaurants & cafes. 1 parking space available
Black and white Grade 2 listed Town house built in 1623 in the centre of Hay on Wye.
5 en suite bedrooms. Centrally located in Hay on Wye with a large easily accessed car park at rear with gardens overlooking the River Wye and Radnorshire Hills.
off street car parking for 8 cars
This property is not suitable for children sorry.
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 2 nights at the price shown per night for your dates for up to 4 people and an additional £25 per person per night on the occasional beds. Please add children to your booking if you require the extra beds so that it prices correctly
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 on Wye. 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. See our website for excellent reviews and more photos NB Steep & narrow curved oak staircases not good for anyone with mobility problems.
Modern house with beautiful views over the fields.
Full Breakfast included with choice of fruit etc.
2 Double/Twin rooms and 1 double all sharing a 1 bathroom.
Walking distance to Hay is 1 mile and 19 miles to Builth Wells. A warm welcome awaits you.
Car parking for 3 cars on the drive.
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)