Over 300 self catering cottages sleeping 2-4- in Hay on Wye, the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley. Ideal location for walking, fishing, mountain biking and bird watching.Red Kite Country. Superb mountains, rivers, valleys and waterfalls. Short breaks available. Pets Welcome.
Sackville is a very comfortable and very well equipped self catering cottage situated in a quiet, privately-owned lane in Hay town. It enjoys plenty of private parking and a large pretty garden in which to relax, dine or just listen to the birds sing! Available for short breaks starting on any day of the week and longer stays. Sleeps six.
You are warmly welcome to Westview Guesthouse. We have great Welsh breakfasts with locally sourced sausages, bacon and eggs to set you up for your day on the hills. When you get back, we'll have tea and home-made cake ready for you and there's hot showers or baths to soothe and refresh. We have warm cupboards to dry your boots and jackets; along with maps, guides and plenty of suggestions for your own walks. We have 3 double ensuite rooms and one twin with it's own bathroom.
Welcome to The Bridge, a small family run Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Hay on Wye with the added luxury of being within sight and sound of the river.
A fine example of a Grade II listed Georgian town house which has been sympathetically improved and updated in recent years and now provides contemporary accommodation in very traditional surroundings.
After a long days walk we have hot showers and baths together with cotton bed linen and feather and down duvets - ideal to relax and recover. To prepare yourself for the next day there’s a great choice of locally sourced items for a cooked breakfasts and/or fresh fruit, yogurts and cereals.
Comfortable accommodation. Country walks from the door. Offa's Dyke path close by. Ample parking. Sleeps 6 - 7
- Address Lower Wernwlla, Gladestry, Kington HR5 3PW
- Town Gladestry
- Phone 01544 370 278
- Type Self catering
Westbrook Court B&B
An interior-designed, five room B&=B set away from the owner's 17th Century farmhouse and featuring its own courtyard overlooking the glorious Wye Valley. Most rooms are split level with own sitting area, and all feature their own morning sun deck. 5 miles and 5 minutes drive from Hay on Wye.
Be really well looked after sleeping in one of our hand crafted Geodesic Domed tents. Domes are fully kitted out with beds, bedding, cosy blankets, electric light/power points, wood burning stoves. The price of staying in one of our luxury domes includes bed and breakfast. Evening meals can be provided. Meals are served in the house. Campers have access to hot showers, compost toilets and a mini kitchen.
We also have a beautiful double bedroom/family room with en-suite bathroom in the house let for B&B. In the room there is a cosy wood burning stove and a sofa bed for en extra guest or the children.We have a reputation for our delicious breakfasts and suppers. Fabulous views of Hay on Wye yet less than 10 minutes walk from Hay Town Centre.
Cosy, attractive, well equipped 1 bedroom flat located in the heart of the Brecon Beacons,
Stunning walks and breathtaking views.
Special offers: Mention Hay Walking Festival at time of booking and receive 5% off
Book a minimum of 3 nights and receive 5% off
Sykes Cottages have a superb range of holiday cottages available in and around Hay-on-Wye that are perfectly suited for walkers taking part in Hay Walking Festival. As the UK's leading independently owned cottage rental agency, Sykes have over 25 years of experience providing unbeatable self catering holidays, so you can book with confidence.
Sykes have cottages available for couples, families, friends and many of the properties accept pets.
Sycamore House is a beautiful Georgian property with a walled garden set in the magical town of Hay-on-Wye.
It is conveniently situated in the centre of the town and a few minutes walk from the many book shops, clothes shops, galleries, cafés, pubs and restaurants as well as the castle. It takes two minutes to walk to the river, for quiet river side walks as well as being surrounded by hills and mountains for those who prefer to go further afield. Kayaking, canoe and cycle trips are also very popular activities in the area for beginners or for the more experienced.
The Firs is a warm, comfortable, well equipped 17th century listed cottage set by itself in 20 acres of farmland, with a lovely garden and superb views. The nearest neighbour is about a mile away, making it a great place to relax away from it all, or throw a party without worrying about disturbing anyone! However you choose to spend your time, everything is on hand for the perfect holiday.
Suited to couples, families or groups, the cottage is fully equipped for seven people and pets are welcome.