Country cottage in Peterchurch (Golden Valley), 9 miles from Hay on the B4348.
Comfortable rooms, beautiful garden with views of the Golden Valley.
Double room with ensuite (min 3 nights) and a Twin room with private bathroom (min 2 nights)
A Georgian riverside townhouse with a contemporary feel
A Georgian riverside townhouse with a contemporary feel
(Distance from Hay: 2 minute walk from town)
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.
Large Victorian house in very quiet cul-de-sac in west Hereford. 10 minutes walk from cathedral, countryside and river Wye.
Very convenient for driving west to Hay, or catching the bus.
Friendly family and dog in residence.
One large double bedroom
with en-suite bathroom
Two double bedrooms with shared shower rooms
Tall John's House is a staffed manor house that can either be rented for exclusive use or as individual bedrooms on a B & B basis.
We offer 11 really comfortable bedrooms all with their own bathroom. 8 bedrooms are superking/king or doubles and 3 are
The River Cafe sits on the banks of the River Wye in Glasbury, just 5 minutes from Hay on Wye.
The Café serves great food and offers a lovely area of decking where you can sit, drink, eat and watch the river flow by.
We have 5 en suite rooms.
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 uniqu
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.
Penybanc 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.
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.
Penybanc Cottage consists of a large sitting area with Freesat television and a DVD player. This area is combined with a kitchen equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, electric grill, electric oven and hob, fridge. 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 days
3 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.
2 Double/Twin rooms and 1 double all
sharing a 1 bathroom.
Walking distance to the shuttle bus that takes you to the Hay Festival.
A warm welcome awaits you.
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 !
NB Steep & narrow curved oak staircases not good for anyone with mobility problems.
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
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.
2 night minimum.
For 4+ nights please contact Sarah at Visithay to discuss prices!
Rose Cottage is set in idylic setting with the cuckoo calling in April and lambs bleating to.
2 double en suite bedrooms and a warm welcome awaits. There are cafes in Hay that serve evening meals or the Castlefields highly recommended that's just
under 1 mile from the property.
Rose Cottage is just 2 miles outside of Hay.
Min 2 nights .
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 d
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 for your dates for up to 4 people and an additional £25 per person per night on the occasional beds.
Min 3 night stay.
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.
garden is open under the National Garden Scheme.
We offer two double rooms with private bathroom. Home made bread and preserves and eggs from our own hens contribute to an excellent breakfast.
Period town house centrally situated in Hay with beautiful private walled garden.
5 minutes to the Festival site.
No children sorry.
1 Double loft room (up narrow stairs) & 1 single bedroom with shared bathroom with bath/shower.
Minimum stay 2
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
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.
The Red Lion in Madley is a wonderful country pub that hosts 7 ensuite letting rooms located next door. ( no noise from the pub) .
Each room comes with comfortable beds and fresh linen. Coffee/tea making facilities, and your private ensuite bathroom
complete with fluffy towels and personal care products.
Each room also invites the occupants for a complimentary continental breakfast that is served in the garden room of the pub between 7:30am and 9:00am.
The pub is open all day , 6 days a week and serves lunch and evening meals.
The rooms have been freshly updated and can accommodate singles to families.
Rooms start at 55 GBP per night and increase in relation to size and beds.
Madley is a quaint village located between Hay on Wye and Hereford.
The Red Lion pub also hosts a lovely Beer Garden , patio, garden room, pub and lounge.
Free off road parking for guests.
Newly available for holiday rentals, sleeps 2+.
Accommodation consisting of a double bedroom with separate entrance. There is access to a courtyard, vegetable garden and stunning views.
Set in a working organic small-holding with animals.
would suit a couple, a small family or a group of friends. There is wireless broadband. Please note there is an outside toilet and no bathroom. Hot and cold water available in the alleyway.
Please bring your own towels.
There is a double bed and an extra charge of £5 if you need the single mattress with bedding on the floor.
We leave guests alone but are around if you need advice :-)
Everyone is welcome - whatever sexual orientation, creed or colour.
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
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.
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.
The Huts are hidden away in the hills, complete with mountain stream running alongside and the expanse of the Brecon Beacons Dark Sky Reserve overhead. This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular locations in the National Park, complete with fab wood
fired hot tub! Hay Bluff & Offa’s Dyke are just behind you on the hill, and Hay on Wye & the River Wye with pubs, restaurants and great independent stores…as well as more than a book or two, can be found just a few miles away.
You are offered exclusive use of three fabulous shepherds huts (2 people per hut), with an optional extra sleeping hut tucked 50 yards away in the corner of a nearby field (ideal for teenagers) if you need to stretch your accommodation to sleep 8. When you come and stay at The Huts you have exclusive use of the site. Each hut has been hand built on site, using traditional building methods and inspired by the authentic shepherds huts that were once a key part of farming on the uplands.
The site is off grid, with power generated by wind and solar energy and a healthy supply of firewood providing ample fuel for cooking. The huts are grouped around a huge fire-pit and the optional extra sleeping hut is just a 3 minute stroll away, perfect for privacy. The wood fired hot tub is the perfect place to star gaze. Please note the Hot Tub is an extra £120.00 per stay and payable to the owner.
Each sleeping hut is designed for two, with a spacious double bed, Welsh blanket drapes, wood burning “hot pod” stove and solar powered lighting. There are well selected local reads, a stack of essential games (Jenga, Monopoly, Scrabble etc) and a hand made oak table and Lloyd Loom chairs too. The design works really well for families, as everyone has their privacy, yet there is a wonderful feeling of shared space too. Linen is included but please remember to bring your own towels.
The Utility Hut, the hub of cooking and showering in style in the great outdoors, comes complete with Esse stove, Fridge, proper washing up and cooking equipment and hidden discreetly at the back, has a fully functioning hot water shower room with WC.
Foyles is 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
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.
Ty-vern is 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, it
its up to you...
Newly renovated to a high standard.
Ty-vern 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..
Ty-vern is a self catering holiday home. It has 3 en-suite bedrooms which can be booked together by a small group or family.
Ty-Vern 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.
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 3+ nights please call Sarah at Visithay for rates.
Perfectly located in centre of Hay-on-Wye, is a beautiful welcoming Welsh stone cottage with original features and contemporary finish.
4* self-catering accommodation, sleeping 4 and pet friendly for your adorable well behaved dog. It is a traditio
traditional stone cottage, with oak-beams 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 good support 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 coming back 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'. Parking space for one car. Free unlimited wifi. Pets welcome.
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)
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
A delightful former butler’s cottage set within the grounds of the stunning Pudleston Court estate. This very attractive brick cottage has a secluded leisure area in the enclosed rear garden, and the front of the property overlooks a delightful small pon
pond and woodland.
Sleeps 6 – 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 separate WC
Self-catering apartment sleeping two.
One double bedroom, one bathroom with bath and shower over.
Rural position with lovely views just on the outskirts of Hay.
10 minute walk from Hay-on-Wye.
Welcome to Rough Acre vegetarian Bed and Breakfast, the house sits in the hills close to Offa’s Dyke and the Welsh borders. As a working artist I am a printer, painter, photographer, wedding florist and general decorator of things that I come across
which catch my imagination. I take great pleasure in recycling and collect objects to re invent.
A medium sized farm house built in the early to mid eighteenth century. It is very much as it always was with some lovely original features, a charming cottage garden which catches lots of sun and chickens run free. Vegetables for the table and flowers for the weddings all grow here.
There are two spacious, comfortable double bedrooms with an old fashioned bathroom which is not ensuite.
The bathroom is shared with the other guests ( if there are any ) but not with us.
Downstairs there is a large warm kitchen and adjoining living room with a television and soft chairs to relax into, tea and coffee is always on offer. There is wifi all over the house.
We want you to feel at home at Rough Acre.
4 bedroom house in the centre of Hay.
Large kitchen/ dining room
3 Double bedrooms
1 Single bedroom
Shared bathroom upstairs with bath (shower over bath) and toilet
1 downstairs toilet
Small outside seating area with garden
Old character cottage in the small riverside village of Glasbury on Wye, 4 miles up river from Hay on Wye. Quiet location, wood burning stoves, sunny garden, double room with king size bed en suite shower and bath. Also single room with private bathroom.
2 minutes walk from Foyles Restaurant, 5 minutes walk to River Cafe, 10 minutes drive to Hay. Our breakfasts are all vegetarian with a cooked option with local eggs and fresh produce from our garden, accompanied by home made bread, jams and marmalade. Vegan breakfasts are also our speciality!
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.
We are graded 4 star.
A private self contained duo of rooms available to rent for 1 night or more as self-service B&B accommodation. We are happy to accommodate single persons, couples or family/friendship groups. Parking, private entrance, en-suite bathroom. 1x large double
bedroom and 1x single room.
The main bedroom is a spacious, bright,and comfortable room with simple furnishings and a wood burning stove. The property also has central heating. Beds can be made up for you as a large double or 2 x singles. There is also a sofa bed (standard double) in this room. The room has a panoramic view of the Wye Valley towards the Brecon Beacons, hanging cupboards and drawers/shelves. There is a comfortable seating area, a small dining table, a fridge, micro-wave, toaster and electric kettle. We provide cereals, muesli, yoghurt, fruit, milk, tea, coffee, pastries/toast, home-made jam, biscuits and will provide cooked breakfast if ordered in advance.
The additional room has a single bed. Both rooms use a shared bathroom accessible from each room. 2 toilets available to these rooms.
We are happy to provide these simple but comfortable rooms for a 1 night stay.
Peaceful and luxurious one bedroom cottage and a shepherds hut for you to relax in. Both situated next to a pond with wonderful views of the surrounding area.
View the stars from the astronomical observatory (subject to weather and owners’ availabilit
Situated in Brecon town, around 15 miles from Hay -on - Wye
Two double rooms available, with tea and coffee making facilities and television.
A shared shower room.
A private lounge area available with additional television.
A choice of cooked
breakfast or continental breakfast available. Any dietary requirements catered for.
About 10 minutes walk from Brecon town centre and main bus stop.
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 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 is also 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.
Georgian Country House set in 17 acres of gardens and woodland with dramatic views to Hergest Ridge and across to the Malvern Hills. Very quiet, yet within easy reach of Hay (9 miles). 12 minutes walk from Offas Dyke. Children welcome, travel cot and
high chair available. Tea and coffee making facilities in all rooms. Breakfasts use local ingredients, homemade bread, jam and honey. We are happy to cook for meat eaters, vegetarians and vegans. WiFi available.
Church View Room, king size bed, ensuite bathroom has bath and separate shower, can accommodate one child on fold-up bed.
Hergest View Room, super king size bed, ensuite bathroom has a shower.
Huntington Court is heated by a wood chip biomass boiler, wood burning stoves in our sitting and dining room with electricity from our solar panels and green electricity supplier. Evening meals & packed lunches by arrangement. Bike wash and undercover storage.
A contemporary 'posh' bunkhouse in the Chapel next door to The River Café, for groups of up to 14. The Chapel is a bunkhouse ideal for family and friends get-togethers, work outings, book club get-aways or hen and stag parties. Modern bathrooms, power sho
showers, cotton sheets, a huge woodburning stove, comfy sofas and a slide to get down to the ground floor! A place to have fun, to relax, unwind and enjoy the company of good friends.