This is a warm, contemporary, comfortable cottage in the centre of Hay-on-Wye, a great position for browsing the book shops or for getting out to walk in the Black Mountains or along The River Wye that skirts the town.
Sleeps 6 - 1 Twin, 2 King-Size Rooms
A large kitchen with an electric cooker, microwave, large fridge/freezer, a dishwasher and washer/dryer. A large dining table and chairs.
The sitting room has comfortable new sofas and chairs, Freesat TV, DVD and Wi-Fi. Central heating and gas fire. Patio doors lead out to a south facing walled courtyard with garden furniture and a BBQ.
Up a flight of stairs to:
Bedroom 1: Has Twin beds.
Bedroom 2: Has a King-size bed.
Family bathroom: With a bath, shower over the bath, handbasin and toilet.
Up a second flight of stairs to
Bedroom 3: The Master Bedroom with a king-size bed with views over the rooftops of Hay to the castle and mountains beyond.
A bathroom with a slate floor, shower, handbasin and toilet.
Behind the house is a courtyard accessed by a pathway down the side of the house.
* Bedlinen and towels provided.
* All electricity and gas inclusive.
* Cot & Highchair available
* Mobile reception Variable
* Strictly parking for one car only.
* Further parking in the car park.
* Hay-on-Wye has excellent independent food shops including butchers, greengrocers, a deli and a baker all of whom supply locally sourced food
Brecon is 15.6 miles
Just a few minutes from the centre of Hay-on-Wye and an easy stroll down to The River Wye where you can laze all day beside the wide slow river or perhaps hire a canoe for the adventurous or get on a mountain bike to explore the area. There are superb places a to eat in the area - try The River Cafe on Glasbury Bridge, Foyles of Glasbury, St John's Place, Booth's Cafe, cinema and bookshop to name just a few of the more out of the ordinary places to eat in and around Hay on Wye. You are spoilt for choice with the wide choice of really excellent boutiques, second and antiquarian bookshops, the antique shops filled with curio's, the art galleries, craft shops and of course the open air market and The covered Cheese Market. Hay is also a great place for Christmas shopping.
Wonderful drives whether exploring The Llantony Valley and Capel-y-Ffin, Hay Bluff and The Black Mountains, The attractive Herefordshire Border Towns, The Brecon Beacons National Park - they are all very accessible from here.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth, Lucy, Jessica, Ceri, or Sophie.