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Hay on Wye Hotels
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The Old Black Lion is privately owned and personally managed by the resident proprietor Dolan Leighton who very much looks forward to welcoming you as her guest.
This colourful 17th Century Inn, parts of which date back to the 1300's, is situated close to what was known as the Lion Gate, one of the original entrances to the old walled town of Hay-on-Wye.
The original exposed timber beams exude historical charm and atmosphere and it is reputed that Oliver Cromwell stayed at the Inn whilst the Roundheads beseiged Hay Castle, which was then a loyalist stronghold.
The Old Black Lion offers a choice of 10 quality en-suite bedrooms, all of which are non-smoking, and have recently been sympathetically and tastefully refurbished to a very high standard providing all modern amenities including our famous teddy bears.
All bedrooms have direct dial telephones, hairdryers, colour televisions, tea & coffee making facilities.
Tariff - Single Rooms from £ 42.50 and Double Rooms from £ 85.00
The Old Black Lion Lion Street Hay-on-Wye Herefordshire HR3 5AD
Kilverts nestles in the centre of Hay-on-Wye, the 'Book Capital' of Britain, surrounded by glorious countryside.
Many outdoor activities are available for those who do not wish to visit the numerous book, antique and craft shops in the town, although it would be a shame to miss out on them.
During the summer months, clients can take full advantage of the 'Kilverts Garden', which is one of the best kept secrets of Hay, 1/2 acre of lawns and flower beds that burst into bloom from Easter onwards. The pond & fountain area is a good place to hide and take advantage of that book you bought.
On the front of the hotel Kilverts have tables on the terrace and pavement for those who just like to watch the world go by with a cappuccino, fine ale or a glass of our large selection of wines.
At Kilverts we endeavour to provide a complete service in all areas having eleven en-suite bedrooms available; all have tea / coffee making facilities, TV, trouser press, hair dryer. Laundry facilities and room service (at a nominal charge) are available to make your stay as pleasant and relaxed as possible.
Kilverts deluxe double rooms at the top of the building offer spacious accommodation with half tester beds, one of which shows a modest view over the rolling countryside, the other over the town.
All rates include Full English Breakfast & VAT.
Dogs are welcome at Kilverts, accompanied by well-behaved owners !
From the 27th of March Kilverts will brecome a smoke free environment.
Kilverts Hotel The Bullring Hay-on-Wye Herefordshire HR3 5AG
In the heart of some of Britain's most beautiful countryside
you couldn't pick a nicer spot to explore this wild and wonderful region.
On the doorstep of the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons and walking distance of the River Wye, you will never be short of something to see or do.
At the Baskerville Arms Hotel they pride themselves on their friendly atmosphere with the highest standards of hospitality. As a small family run hotel they believe in the personal touch to ensure every guest gets the most from their stay.
Relax with your favourite book in their comfortable lounge bar area or in their colourful garden with its views across the Wye Valley to the Black Mountains beyond. Perhaps enjoy a drink whilst snuggling in front of their log fires. Alternatively, check your email in their new Guest Lounge then chill-out in front of the television or play pool or darts in the new games room.
The Baskerville Arms Hotel, Clyro, Nr. Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR3 5RZ
Built in 1839 as the Baskerville's family home, set in over 130 acres of our own Welsh countryside overlooking the River Wye and the Brecon Beacons National Park .
Baskerville Hall was built in 1839 by Thomas Mynors Baskerville for his second wife, Elizabeth. The Baskervilles were related to the Dukes of Normandy and first came to Britain to help William the Conqueror in 1066.
Thirty en-suite bedrooms ranging from standard and family rooms to individually styled Executive Rooms. All bedrooms are equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities, direct-dial telephones and colour televisions. Baskerville Hall Hotel has a restaurant, heated indoor swimming pool and sauna to relax in at the end of the day, and licensed bars to cater for your schedule.
There is space for field sports and games, forestry for 4x4, paintballing and orienteering. We are near the River Wye for canoeing and rafting, etc. The Brecon Beacons are nearby for horseriding, leisure and initiative training.
Tariff:- from £37.50 single board - £55.00 double board.
Baskerville Hall Hotel, Clyro Court, Hay-on-Wye, Powys. HR3 5LE
The Three Cocks Hotel and Restaurant is a fine specimen of a spacious, rambling country hostelry. It stands on the road but preserves its dignity by being sufficiently withdrawn behind its cobbled forecourt and having private gardens to the rear. It has extremely spacious, well-equipped accommodation, giving it a traditional yet comfortable ambience.
This country Hotel of immense character offers extremely spacious, well-equipped accommodation. The 15th Century structure has undergone modernisation and refurbishment over the years but this has been done in a sympathetic way in order to complement its original features. Central heating means that the Hotel is warm and cosy throughout, enhanced by the presence of log fires in each of main sitting rooms on the coldest winter days. Overall it gives a traditional yet comfortable environment in which to relax.
The Hotel offers seven modernised, immaculately clean bedrooms, retaining elements of their original character, which add to their charm.
All rooms have an en-suite bath or shower room or a private bathroom.
The Three Cocks Hotel, Three Cocks, near Hay-on-Wye, Brecon, Powys. LD3 0SL
Nestling at the foot of The Black Mountains, this unique family run B&B offers a warm welcome, friendly atmosphere and excellent cordon bleu home cuisine.
Just 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye, 12 miles from Brecon, Tara is situated in the small village of Felindre in The Brecon Beacons National Park ). Tara has a relaxing outdoor swimming-pool set in two acres of garden with wonderful views across the Wye Valley and stunning rolling hills. There is a riding school within easy walking distance and Felindre is on The National Cycle Route. Excellent walking in the area and from the house, we can also offer fishing on the Usk River.
All rooms have TV, tea/coffee making facilities and include Full English Breakfast. Evening Meals, Sunday Lunches and Picnic Lunches can be provided.
Enjoy the dining room at breakfast and dinner and the large conservatory in the evening.
Tara is a smoke-free environment (guests are welcome to smoke outside) and we regret that we cannot accommodate pets.
Highfield is a small family farm situated near the head of the Golden Valley
and four miles from Hay on Wye.
Highfield is furnished with traditional furniture, offering spacious rooms, central heating and a log stove.
Bedrooms offer superb views of the Wye and Golden Valleys. Each is equipped with television, radio alarm, hair dryer, hot drink facilities and reading lights.
Our menu offers traditional English farmhouse breakfasts using local produce and home-made preserves or lighter options. Evening meal is available by prior arrangement or bring your own picnic and enjoy a summer's evening in our large garden. If you enjoy walking, you can join nearby footpaths.
Escape to the Country...
On the edge of the “Golden Valley” lies New Barns Farm, a working farm set in 200 acres of beautiful countryside.
We are pleased to offer our bed and breakfast guests accommodation with a difference, the "Granary Suite" is totally self-contained part of the farmhouse, guests own sitting/dining room, a double bedroom and a single bedroom (with the option of an extra single bed) and a private shower room. Please note that the "Granary Suite" is only let as a double / twin / family suite, and therefore is yours only, for the duration of your stay. We take great pride in offering our guests the finest of, homemade, and local produce.
Sorry no pets or smoking
We regret that we are unable to take card payments.
“Any thought of traffic jams were forgotten, as far as the eye could see were rolling hills and fields, ducks waddled across the pond and a delicious farmhouse tea awaited me in the lovely drawing room” Caroline Chadderton Yours Magazine."
This is a B&B with attention to detail, Jon & Pearl take delight in providing for every comfort and welcoming you to their 17th century home.
Guests can stay in a fully-equipped cottage and for special occasions, if available, in the 17th century period Farmhouse four poster suite. Delicious Breakfasts can be taken in the dragon red dining room Watts of Westminster stunning wallpaper with real fire served on the gloriously shiny mahogany table, surrounded by welsh family furniture and ancient garden plan maps from years ago all overlooking the victorian wellingtonias (sequoia giganteums) and yew parterre and rockery – an inspirational start to your day. Alternatively you can have cosy breaksfasts served in your self-catering cottage.
Awards Flavours of Herefordshire 2000 winner
Green Tourism Silver Award 2006 working towards Gold
Recommended in Which Guide to B&B for 7 years
Recommended in Off the Beaten Track
The Great British B&B
AA Landlady of the year 2000 National winner
Tariff from £30 per person per night B&B
minimum rate for self-catering of £60 per night for two people.
Sorry no smoking or pets – our weimaraner Milly, Welsh collie Ben, the kittens Oscar and Pepper object! Jon’s cows are not too sure either!
Upper Newton Farmhouse, Kinnersley, Herefordshire. HR3 6QB
York House B&B
Cusop, Hay-On-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5QX
York House is an elegant, late Victorian residence situated
at the edge of Hay-on-Wye with a large, south-facing garden
All of our rooms are individually decorated and furnished to a high standard in period style and all bedrooms have easy chairs, colour TV, hospitality tray and alarm clock together with a selection of books. The ground-floor lounge is a peaceful room with log burner and a selection of games...an ideal place to make new friends. The dining room is on the ground floor and the bedrooms are on the first and second floors.
Tretower: has a super-king double (which is also available as two single beds) and an en-suite shower room. A bay window with seating area and coffee table affords views of the garden and surrounding countryside.
Clifford: has a double bed, an en-suite bathroom with shower over, easy chairs and views of the garden and countryside.
Castell Dinas: is a family room with a double and a single bed, an en-suite bathroom with shower over, easy chairs and views of the garden and countryside.
Longtown: is a family room with a double and two single beds, an en-suite bathroom with shower over, easy chairs and views of the garden, the surrounding countryside and a view over Hay town.
Tretower Dble or 2 singles ~ Clifford Dble ~ Castel Dinas Dble + single ~ Longtown Dble + 2 singles all @ £32 per person, per night B&B
Single occupancy of a room at busy times incurs an extra £10 charge.
York House B&B,
Cusop, Hay-On-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5QX
In the shadow of the Black Mountains the most easterly peaks of the Brecon Beacons
Acorns offers comfortable, and modern bed and breakfast accommodation in the village of Felindre, near Hay-on-Wye.
It is an ideal base from which to enjoy both active, or more relaxing pursuits. For the visitor wanting an active holiday, the local pursuits on offer include: walking - Offa's Dyke Path passes through Hay-on-Wye, cycling, pony trekking, canoeing, climbing, caving, abseiling, gorge scrambling, archery, clay pigeon shooting and gliding.
Accommodation: 3 double bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, and another is a twin bedroom. Good local produce is used for the full Welsh breakfast, including free range eggs and, when in season, field mushrooms.
The views from the bedrooms overlook the beauty and tranquillity of the Welsh countryside.
Acorns is only 5 miles from Hay-on-Wye and approximately 10 miles from Brecon.
Contact Owner For Tarif Details
Acorns Bed and Breakfast, Felindre, Nr Hay-on-Wye, Brecon. LD3 0SZ
Bed & Breakfast Accommodation in The Golden Valley
within easy reach of Hay-on-Wye, Hereford & The Black Mountains
The Old Rectory is a beautifully-proportioned Georgian country house set in extensive wooded grounds located in the historic village of Ewyas Harold in Herefordshire's Golden Valley.
The Old Rectory has three guest rooms, all beautifully furnished in keeping with the style of the house, and each is equipped with television and tea/coffee making facilities.
The spacious double room overlooks the garden and has an en-suite bathroom. One twin has an en-suite shower room, while the other has exclusive use of a private bathroom (thoughtfully, dressing gowns are provided).
The house is centrally heated throughout and there is ample parking. There is also a drying room available to walkers. Dogs are welcome in the garden and to sleep in the owners' car but not invited in the house.
NO SMOKING PLEASE
The Old Rectory,
Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire, HR2 0EY
The Old Castle Inn a former public house, situated in the heart of the countryside, offers a character bed and breakfast self-contained apartment suitable for two.
The accommodation is part of The Old Castle Inn which is a detached 18th century house. The house is a typical country house with hens, ducks, sheepdogs a horse and two donkeys.
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 everyday living. Whether you simply want a relaxing break, or if you enjoy hill walking, trekking, canoeing, golf, fishing or horse riding - these activities are locally available.
Hay-on-Wye also has an abundance of antique and gift/craft shops, art galleries, restaurants and cafes.
Character accommodation -
Large bedroom -
Extra single bed if required. -
Sky TV -
Tea and Coffee making facilities-
Lounge/breakfast room -
Kingsize bedroom apartment (Bed and continental breakfast) with ensuite facilities and lounge area/breakfast room.
Tariff:- £50 per night for 2 persons - [£60 per night during Hay Festival].
This is a no-smoking establishment and sorry no pets.
The Old Castle Inn, Clifford near Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR3 5ET
Perfectly located in the beautiful village of Winforton set in the heart of the Wye valley
Parliament Barn is an ideal base for touring , walking and fishing with the river Wye a short walk from the door. The historic village centre, with its excellent Sun Inn public house and restaurant, The Buttley tea room and Sportfish fly fishing shop , is just 5 minutes walk.
The market towns of Brecon, Hay-on-Wye and Builth Wells are within easy and accessible travelling distance, panoramic views of the Black Mountains, Wye Valley and the Brecon Beacons National Park is also within a short drive away.
If you enjoy outdoor pursuits then we have lots to tempt you nearby, and in the local area canoeing along the river Wye with canoe hire available, pony trekking across the Brecon Beacons, or Riding, Trekking and Hacking
All accommodation includes full English
Double room £75
Standard Single room £55
Situated on the banks of the River Wye at Glasbury Bridge - five minutes by car from Hay-on-Wye
popular with booklovers.
Set on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park and at the foothills of the Black Mountains the café has a 40 seater restaurant and decking area with a further
8 tables outside. The café is an ideal base for those wanting to explore the area on bike, horseback, boat, by foot or by car…
The atmosphere is informal and friendly and we hope you will feel relaxed, refreshed and
well fed. Enjoy your breakfast overlooking the river and a busy boatyard for added interest.
Our 4 en suite rooms can be used in conjunction with other local B&Bs to cater for large groups. The rooms are simple, modern and warm and guests come down to
a large cooked breakfast with free range eggs and local bacon, a bottle of local apple juice, cereals and croissants. A packed lunch can be provided containing lots of local goodies!
Families Welcome! -
Children under 16 - £15 per person -
Children under 6 - Too small to pay!
Room 1 Double with bath en suite and river view £40 per person per night
£50 Single occupancy per night Room 2 Twin with shower en suite and river view £35 per person per night
£45 Single occupancy per night Room 3 Double plus single bed with shower en suite
£35 per person per night
£45 Single occupancy per night Room 4 Small double with shower en suite £35 per person per night
£45 Single occupancy per night
A unique, lovingly renovated cow byre dating from the early 18th Century. Superb accommodation for two adults close to the wonderful town of Hay-on-Wye
Fforest Cwm is set amidst hills and fields, once part of the famous Baskerville Estate. It was, until relatively recently, a mixed farm with cattle, pigs and sheep but in the last twenty years the ownersï¿½ smallholding has been home to horses, hens and ducks, sheep, dogs and cats. The byre was used to house cattle for around two hundred years whilst the present owners used it for their herd of milking goats!
It has been restored sympathetically with a wealth of oak timbers and with flagged floors throughout. The Welsh oak kitchen, hand built by a local craftsman, is small but well equipped with a granite sink and worktops, fridge, electric oven and ceramic hob. The cosy bathroom has shower, heated towel rail, washbasin and toilet.
The bedroom has a hand made Welsh walnut bed and a comfortable organic cotton and wool mattress with Welsh-wool duvet. There is ample storage here as well as a beautiful oak wardrobe, again made from local timbers. All linen and towels are, of course, provided throughout your stay.
The large, beamed and comfortably furnished living room, with log burning stove, links to the superb oak framed garden room overlooking the patio and pastures. From here you can watch the local birdlife, including red kites, buzzards, woodpeckers and huge numbers of finches and tits. Bird food will also be provided throughout your visit as well as binoculars so that you can enjoy their company from the comfort of the garden room! French doors lead onto the patio with garden furniture and a barbecue on hand for those long, sunny days. Should the weather prove to be disappointing, a TV, games and books will be on hand for you to curl up on the sofa. Broadband connection/ wifi is available- but mobile phone coverage can be patchy;remember that things move a little more slowly here! At night, the dark skies ensure that stargazers will not be disappointed.
Sorry - we cannot take pets. The Byre has no smoking.
Low season October 1st - March 31st: £450; High season April 1st - September 30th: £495.
We require a £70 deposit to confirm booking.
Short Breaks available all year round. Please ring for details. We are always flexible and if we can accommodate you - we will! We also have special offers from time to time.
Address: The Byre at Fforest Cwm, Clyro, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5SG
Come and enjoy the peaceful tranquillity of this secluded Farmhouse in unspoilt Countryside.
Blaendigeddi Fawr is situated 4 miles South of Hay-on-Wye in Blackmountains, just off the Gospel Pass, close to the Offa Dyke’s Path & National Cycle Route No.42. There is excellent Mountain Walking/Riding right from the door.
It is an ideal Holiday Farmhouse for those wishing to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park and Border Country or those just wanting to escape to solitude.
It has the advantage of being ‘away from it all’ but only 4 miles from the world renowned Book Town of Hay-on-Wye with its second-hand book shops, craft centre, antique shops, boutiques, excellent restaurants and pubs.
Kitchen/Dining area, Lounge, Bathroom with shower, 4 Bedrooms: 2 Double/ 1 En-suite, 1 Twin and 1 Single. Bed Linen inclusive. Towels provided for Overseas Visitors and B&B Guests.
Full oil central heating. Ample Parking.
NON-SMOKING - STRICTLY NO PETS - NOT SUITABLE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
Local facilities include horse riding, hang-gliding, canoeing, cycling, fishing and golf. Open weekly: April to October
Blaendigeddi Fawr, Hay on Wye, Hereford, Powys. HR3
“Bramley Lodge” is a newly converted single storey luxury barn, with exposed beams and a wood burner for those chilly evenings. The oak that has been used for the main frame was grown and sawn in the “Golden Valley”.
Large patio doors lead into an open plan living room, with fully equipped kitchen area (washer/dryer, dishwasher, microwave etc…) store cupboard basics i.e. herbs and spices, sunflower oil, tea, coffee, sugar and cleaning materials. Comfy beds in two bedrooms, one double with en-suite bathroom and one twin with en-suite shower room, a fold up bed, cot and high chair are available upon request.
Many places to visit including, gardens, local churches, market towns, Hay-on-Wye …a book lovers must!! Walks (long or short!!) or take a beautiful drive to the Elan Valley or a little further to the Welsh Coast.
Weekly bookings or short breaks (minimum of 3 nights) Price is fully inclusive (fuel, bed linen and towels) A “Herefordshire” seasonal hamper with all weekly bookings.
A relaxing and lovely country 'get away from it all' break in tasteful four star accommodation at a fabulous location with stunning views over beautiful Herefordshire countryside.
Current owners Ritsuko and Ron have renovated the Old Coach House and Stables to form two lovely, three bedroom self-catering holiday cottages - ideal for families or friends -country Breaks or longer holidays. There are also three one bedroom holiday Apartments adjoining the main manor house, which have been comfortably and tastefully refurbished and are ideal for couples.
The Coach House (Sleeps 4-6)
2 Double Bedrooms with beamed ceilings,
1 Twin Double Bedroom,
Upstairs Bathroom (second W.C. downstairs),
Fully Equipped Kitchen with belfast sink ,
Dining and Sitting Room area with woodburning stove,
Doors leading to private patio and garden seating area with views to organic gardens
The Stables (Sleeps 4-6)
2 Double Bedrooms with beamed ceilings,
1 Single Bedroom with pine triple sleeper bunk (ideal for children),
Upstairs Bathroom (second W.C. downstairs),
Fully Equipped Kitchen with belfast sink / Dining area,
Sitting Room with log burner and patio doors to private garden and seating area
The Apartments (Sleeps 2 adults + child sharing) Apartment 1
Spacious living and dining room with 'living Flame' cast iron fire,
Double bedroom (king size bed) with en-suite bathroom,
Fully fitted kitchen,
Sofa bed (ideal couple with child),
TV, DVD, CD player,
Small patio area overlooking coy, koi fish pond
Spacious living and dining area with woodburner,
Double bedroom (king size bed) with en-suite bathroom,
Fully fitted kitchen,
TV, DVD, CD player,
Views over the gardens
Cast iron spiral staircase leading to,
Comfortable Living room with nice views,
Spacious twin bedded bedroom (space for extra bed/cot if needed),
Fully fitted kitchen,
TV, DVD, CD player
Views over the gardens and woodlands
Very comfortable beds with quality pillows and linen provided.
Non Smoking or Pets.
Safe Car Parking.
Coach House (Sleeps 4 to 6) & The Stables (Sleeps 4 to 6)
Apartments (Sleep 2 to 3) from £295
Hermit Holidays, The Hermitage, Canon Pyon, Hereford, Herefordshire. HR4 8NR
Holt Farm Holidays
17th Century Cottages and Barns for Self-Catering Holidays in Herefordshire
These beautifully restored holiday properties at Holt Farm in the rolling hills of south west Herefordshire have been assessed at four star standard by Visit Britain, and are available to rent all year round, for holidays of various durations from long weekends, mid-week breaks to longer family holidays.
Holt Farm House is a completely restored 17th century Grade II listed 3 bedroom cottage which sleeps 6-7. A very comfortable house displaying its original features, but with every modern convenience - under floor heating, bathroom, en-suite shower and toilet, stone spiral staircase, fully equipped kitchen, wood burning stove, inglenook fireplace, and exposed beams.
Holt Farm Stable has been renovated to a very high standard, and provides accommodation for 2 people. It features a very light and spacious living and dining room and a fully fitted hand crafted oak kitchen with heated flagstone floors - all that is needed for a relaxing holiday. An ornate spiral staircase leads to the king-sized bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Holt Farm Wain House has been fully restored retaining many period features and is now a light and airy single storey and level access holiday home for 4 people. The spacious lounge, kitchen / diner with hand crafted oak units, 2 bedrooms and a flat-floored shower room all have under-floor heating. One bedroom opens onto a secluded wooden deck with outdoor furniture and barbeque, surrounded by flower beds and lawns.
Holt Farm Barn has undergone a complete transformation, to accommodate a larger group of family or friends. It has a wealth of 17th century features complemented by 21st century facilities and home comforts. The Barn sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms, has two bathrooms and a comfortable sprung sofa bed in the lounge allows space for extra guests.
We welcome you to The Front Dore which is a secluded semi-detached Victorian farmhouse
From where you can watch the animals graze in the summer and autumn and see the newborn lambs and calves in the spring on this quiet working farm. Situated virtually at the centre of the Golden Valley with Offa's Dyke long distance path nearby.
The Front Dore is full of character with stripped pine decor, and has a private entrance through mature enclosed garden with lawns, shrubs and flowerbeds, with plenty of room for you to relax and the children to play. The spacious accommodation consists of: Large dining hall - Fitted kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and automatic washing machine/dryer - Downstairs cloakroom (wash handbasin + WC) - Lounge with open fire (fuel available), colour television, CD player and video recorder, DVD and CD, three large comfortable settees Bedrooms are as follows: Honeysuckle - one 5ft fourposter and one single bed (also one extra single bed available for use in any bedroom) - Primrose - twin beds + 1 single - Foxglove - one double - Poppy - one double with shower unit + wash handbasin + shower - Spacious bathroom, with wash handbasin, WC, bath and hand shower - Airing cupboard
The accommodation is central for visiting the Wye Valley, Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons, Forest of Dean and the Cathedral City of Hereford (home of the Mappa Mundi). Abergavenny is 18 miles away, where there is a large open market held every Tuesday. Many local inns and restaurants for eating out, and pleasant drives with unsurpassed views in the nearby Alochon Valley and via Llanthony, Capee-yr-Finn and the Gospel Pass.
The Front Dore,
Pontypinna Farm, Vowchurch, Herefordshire
Luxuriously appointed self-catering log cabin holidays with panoramic views
of the Black Mountains and Wye Valley
Two modern, warm, top of the range Log cabins. Each one thoughtfully situated on separate parts of an organic livestock farm, with their own private driveways so that holidaymakers can enjoy privacy and seclusion.
Nestled just below the ridge of Clyro Hill, both have spectacular views of Hay Bluff, the Black Mountains and the Wye Valley, whilst enjoying the shelter of nearby oak and ash trees. A totally idyllic situation from which to enjoy a range of activities in the area, such as walking, riding, cycling, canoeing, white water rafting, climbing, or just browsing the bookshops in the world famous book town, Hay-on-Wye.
Penry's Cabin -
Sleeps 6-8 + travel cot
Set in mature private grounds on the south side of the farm. A modern, fully insulated chalet style cabin, with every facility for guests.
Open plan kitchen, dining and living area.-
Double bedroom with en-suit shower; twin bedroom; bunk bedroom. Double sofa bed.-
French windows onto balcony area with breath-taking views.
Tony's Cabin -
Sleeps 6-8 + travel cot
Set in private grounds on the south east side of the farm. A modern, fully insulated chalet style cabin, with every facility for guests.
Open plan kitchen, dining and living area. Hall/Utility room. -
Double bedroom with en-suit shower, twin bedroom, bunk bedroom. Double sofa bed.-
French windows onto balcony area.
It is possible to accommodate 12-16 people + 2 travel cots, but the two cabins are at least 200 yards apart. Both cabins are for non-smokers.
Wheelchair access. (See access statement).
Max. 2 dogs permitted, by prior arrangement. (see conditions).
Low Season £480
Mid Season £660
Peak Season £830
Prices include Vat
Peaceful Self Catering Accommodation in the Brecon Beacons National Park
This attractive, newly refurbished house offers cosy, comfortable holiday accommodation all year round. We are situated in the charming village of Llanigon, nestled in the foot hills of the Black Mountains in the heart of Kilvert Country and The Wye Valley.
The house is well presented, light and airy throughout. It sleeps 5/6 in 3 bedrooms.
With its private south facing garden this is a fantastic base whether you’re looking for a fun packed activity break or a peaceful country retreat with a sunny spot to relax.
The Lea sleeps 5/6. The house has a spacious living room with, a fully fitted and well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room, 3 bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin, 1 single with trundle) and bathroom. A cot and High-Chair are available on request.
Outside there is a newly laid patio with furniture and a secure enclosed lawned garden for enjoying the afternoon sun.
Children are very welcome.
Out of consideration for future guests, we regret that no pets are allowed.
The house is strictly non-smoking.
Tariff:- from £287 - £405 Sleeps 5-6
Rose Dale, Llanigon,
The Ferryman's Cottage was fully restored in 2002 on the foundations of an 18th century ruin. Parking is in the lane traditionally measured to the width of two and a half cows. The cottage looks across the river to open fields and the old Vicarage.
There is a private terrace garden on the bank of the river.
One bedroomed bungalow on banks of River Wye.
Cost - £225 to £245 per week
Sleeps 2 (double or twin)
Central heating and woodburner
Bath with shower
Open plan kitchen/diner and lounge
Small terrace (overlooking river)
Other facilities include:
well equipped kitchen with small tabletop cooker and microwave,
TV + freeview channels, video and CD player Sorry - no pets, no smoking, no phone
Glanhenwye is a four-acre property set in the Wye Valley near the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. Originally Glanhenwye was a farm with the main house, stone barns, stables and haylofts set around a cobled courtyard.
The barns and stables have recently been converted to three, five star cottages.
All the cottages retain their original features and some have been added to make them all unique, practical and equipped with all modern conveniences.
Low Season - £662
Jessica has the most conventional layout of the three cottages.
Margaux Rose: Low Season
Margaux Rose, the largest of the three cottages.
Yellowdrama: Low Season - £602
Yellowdrama has an open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge upstairs giving a great sense of space. The original oak roof timbers are exposed making a great feature throughout the upstairs of this cottage.
The furnishings and decor have been chosen to give continuity and a sense of equality should all three cottages be taken over by a single group. Non-smokers are preferred. In Jessica one dog is welcome provided it is kept on the ground floor. Provisions, reservations, transport or any reasonable service can be arranged on request. All linen and towels are provided.