Situated in a peaceful, private and very picturesque rural valley this is the perfect get away from it all cottage, in an elevated position with fabulous views and set in the grounds of the owners' property. We've been described as "a priceless gem on the Welsh border'"
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at The Bryre it was like a home from home. Cosy and warm on arrival with the log fire burning away. We stayed for New Years and we were spoilt with a welcome hamper, a g… More
Thank you for your lovely review. We were glad you found it to be a home from home. We do our very best to ensure that you have a warm, cosy retreat in which to recharge those batteries. Best of luck for 2016 and we hope to see you again before too long.
Stayed for a weekend in this beautifully designed barn located on a peaceful small holding. The owners are extremely pleasant and thoughtful, and have done a magnificent job of renovating this barn. I… More
Thank you so much for choosing to stay at The Byre. There are guests...and then there are lovely guests, people who truly appreciate what we have tried to create. You were such lovely guests. We hope you will return.
“A peaceful get away in comfort.”
Reviewed 21 Nov 2016
Thank you so much for a wonderful time in a marvellous setting. A warm welcome on arrival and with your local knowledge it was all simply perfect. The only down side was we couldn't have stayed longer… More
Thank you for taking the trouble to write a review! We look forward to seeing you again.
A newly converted stone building , which has been tastefully decorated to a high standard. The cottage is set in 3 acres of well tendered gardens and farm land, on the outskirts of Bronllys. Because of the slightly elevated position of the property there are spectacula
“Wonderful Place, views and the hot tub was the icing on the cake!”
Reviewed 29 Sep 2016
We arrived at Little Twmp Barn to the most amazing weather (always helps), the cottage was decorated to a very high standard and was even better than in the photographs, brilliant views were almost o… More
“A clean, pretty cottage that was perfect for us.”
Reviewed 6 Mar 2017
We're a family of two adults and two under 5's and the Little Twmp Barn was ideal for us. It's private and secluded, despite being on the owner's grounds. We only met the husband Martin, he was very… More
“Beautiful, spacious barn in stunning location”
Reviewed 4 Aug 2013
This pretty barn has been decorated to a very high standard, with lots of homely touches, that made our stay very enjoyable. My family and I found this an excellent location from which to travel to Br… More
Thankyou for a lovely review, as your family were our very first guest's to come and stay at The Little Twmp Barn it was very reassuring to receive such a positive response, hope you will come and stay again.
Old Bear Barn is a spacious and contemporary attractive stone barn on the first floor, enjoying glorious panoramic views across the Wye Valley. The open plan kitchen / living room has large glass sliding doors opening on to a balcony, with table and chairs to enjoy th
We have just come back from having the most amazing holiday ever. The accommodation was perfect and just what we needed after having a hectic Christmas. Bev our host was lovely and very welcoming.
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Granary Cottage is a privately owned and managed holiday home in Dorstone village, about 6 miles from Hay-on-Wye. The cottage sleeps up to 5 people, with 2 bedrooms plus additional sitting room/landing wit
Brocklebank Cottage is located on one of the prettiest roads in the heart of this enchanting town. This two bedroomed cottage is over 200 years old and retains many of its original features such as its oak beams. It is close to all amenities, including local grocers, bo
Brocklebank Cottage is delightful, cosy and well-kept. It is the perfect base for exploring the wonderful Hay-on-Wye and the surrounding area. Walk along Offa's Dyke or the Wye Valley Trail without ha… More
“Cosy, well-maintained, excellent location”
Reviewed 8 Jul 2013
Brocklebank Cottage is just as the pictures suggest: pretty, cosy, well-maintained - a nice place to return to in the evenings, especially after a long day of walking and exploring. The location is p… More
Very useful feedback- especially re the bathroom, which will be given a thorough clean immediately. Thank you.
“Beautiful cosy cottage in fantastic central Hay location!”
Reviewed 14 Sep 2011
We stayed at Brocklebank Cottage for a week in late August with our 2 children and labrador dog. Good communication and organisation before arrival to ensure we could get keys and knew what we needed … More
A beautiful 4* cottage offering 360 degree views over The Brecon Beacons, The Black Mountains, Hay Bluff and the River Wye. Come and relax on the sun drenched terrace or take part in the many outdoor activities in the immediate area - walking, mountain biking, canoeing,
A cosy mobile home situated on a working farm with stunning views over the Black Mountains and Wye Valley. Sleeping up to four people, the peaceful, self catering accommodation offers a comfortable living area, dining area and fully fitted out kitchen. A welcome pack of
Cosy accommodation for two or four (with sofa bed) in a quiet village away from a main road. Open plan living area, fully fitted kitchen, en-suite bedroom. Bathroom comprises of bath with shower over. All bedding and towels are provided. Little Pentwyn is centrally heat
The Pavement Palace is a unique one bedroom guesthouse, nestled amongst the shops and amenities of Hay-On-Wye. Famous for it's bookshops and International Literary & Arts Festival and now fast gaining pace as the best kept secret holiday destination of England and Wales
Beautiful, remote, historic Welsh cottage set in spectacular countryside overlooking the Wye Valley, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons. Lovingly and sympathetically restored and renovated to the highest standards. Bespoke kitchen with granite worktops and int
The cottage is only a few moments walk from the bustling centre of Hay-on-Wye. It retains its beautiful original features of stone slab floors, traditional wood panelling, with exposed details of stone walls and timbers. Perfect for a romantic getaway, quiet luxury, or
We both loved this cottage which was warm and welcoming as soon as we walked through the door. it was both charming and quirky and it was soon obvious that everything possible had been done to make u… More
So glad you loved the cottage and that you enjoyed a great stay. You will be very welcome guests for any future visit to Hay. Thanks for reviewing us. With all our good wishes! Cathryn
A converted stone barn set at the foot of the Black Mountains in rural Herefordshire. Situated on the banks of the River Monnow with access to many public footpaths including the famous Black Hill, Offa's Dyke, the Brecon Beacons National Park and the famous literacy to
Rothbury Coach House is a self contained spacious apartment with its own entrance. It consists of a large living room with dining area, a fully fitted kitchen, a spacious bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. There is also a sofa bed in the living room.
All services and lin
Swynnerton is 8 minutes' walk from the centre of Hay on Wye
The house is a 3 storey 5 bed restored Victorian rectory with a large garden. It is a large place, which takes some exploring, but it has a great feel to it and people find it homely and comfortable. Although
Oh wow loved this house 10 of my family stayed it was lovely just can't praise it enough thank you so much.
“Marvellous house in great location - great for the whole family”
Reviewed 18 Mar 2012
The house was absolutely fantastic, great atmosphere, loads of room - we were 9 adults and a toddler, and we had plenty of space in terms of bedrooms and living space. The location is fantastic - lite… More
“Large country house with everything on a grand scale!”
Reviewed 20 Feb 2012
Booked this house for a long weekend for 9 adults (aged 50+) in early Feb 2011.The house is enourmous and luckily has central heating, gas fires and open fires so we remained cosy despite temperatures… More
New House is nestled in a beautiful valley a 20 minute drive from Hay-on-Wye. Set in 10 acres with a stream running through, the house offers country character accommodation for up to 6 people. New House's grounds are idyllic, particularly for children who can
Rodell's Barn is a lovely conversion with great walking straight from the door. It is beautifully renovated with a well-equipped, modern kitchen living room and the log burning fire with plenty of logs makes it really cosy. The bedroom has a picture window with views t
The Old New Inn (13 Bear Street ) is a renovated townhouse located in a pretty street in the centre of the beautiful town of Hay-on -Wye. On the top floor are two bedrooms with two double beds. The middle floor has a large sitting-room ( where the zed bed can be used )
“Beautiful warm,cosy town house in a fantastic location for shopping and sightseeing!”
Reviewed 11 Nov 2013
Just arrived home from a wonderful break of 3 nights with my husband, and elderly parents. The house is extremely comfortable, tastefully decorated and in a great location, near to shops,cafés, pubs … More
Thank you for your lovely review.
“A wonderful base within Hay on Wye”
Reviewed 5 Nov 2013
My daughter and I had a wonderful weekend break at The New Old Inn in Nov. We booked this property as it offered luxurious accommodation in the centre of Hay. The house is comfortable, decorated to a … More
Thank you Wendy for a really lovely comment.
“Wonderful place to stay”
Reviewed 29 Aug 2016
The house was immaculate and had everything you could need . Stayed here with my wife,son and his partner over the bank holiday weekend . Plenty of room to relax and the ideal place to stay and explor… More
Thank you for your generous comments . I am so pleased that your weekend in Hay was a success ! I look forward to hearing from you in the future.
Possibility of some construction disruption early part of next year.
Old Forest House Stables is a converted, ground floor cottage in the grounds of the owner's house, where the horses used to be stabled for nearby country house. Set in a pretty picturesque forest ga
The Apple House is a bright and spacious detached cottage, located in the picturesque village of Llyswen, in the heart of the Wye Valley and only a short drive from the ever popular book town of Hay on Wye. Accessed via a private driveway, it is located within the groun
“Fabulous accommodation, beautiful scenery, just perfect!”
Reviewed 27 Apr 2014
We have spent three days in this stunning property, surrounded by great scenery. Horses and goats in the fields, great walking, cosy local pub. We couldn't ask for anything more. Caroline and Richard … More
“Great house, great location”
Reviewed 22 Apr 2014
We spent a fabulous two weeks in Apple House, which easily accommodated the two adults and two children originally booked, plus the two twenty-somethings that then joined us for a week! (Oh, and the d… More
“Everything we hope for”
Reviewed 21 Feb 2014
We have just returned from a week at Apple House the cottage is lovely and comfortable with everything of high quality and the log burner was ideal for cold February nights. Richard and Caroline ma… More
Hay Town Flat is on the ground floor of an 18th Century Grade II Listed character property, centrally located in the lovely town of Hay-on-Wye. The apartment is self-contained and sleeps a maximum of 5 people. The spacious double bedroom with king-size bed can be conv
This is a beautifully appointed apartment well positioned to visit local shops, cafes and restaurants. We had no need to get the car out. The owner is helpful and considerate without being overwhelmin… More
Thanks Robert and Carol for you excellent review.We would be very pleased to welcome you back in the future
“Very comfortable and clean in a great location”
Reviewed 22 Aug 2015
Upon arrival we had a very friendly welcome from the owners who also provided a lovely welcome pack. The flat is very homely, clean and well equipped and had everything we needed during our stay. Th… More
“What an adorable, cosy little gem”
Reviewed 2 Aug 2016
Just got back from staying at Hay Town Flat. What a lovely, cute, beautiful, cosy little flat. It's got lovely character, beautifully kept, absolutely spotless and has everything you need. Myself and … More
Thank you Laura and Rhys for your very kind comments. It was a real pleasure to have you both stay.
A very large self contained contemporary 1 bedroom vaulted cellar apartment in our Georgian townhouse. It opens out onto our riverside terrace and gardens yet is only a 5 minute walk from most of Hay's facilities. Consisting of two stone vaulted rooms underneath the mai
Lansdowne is a modern, light & airy apartment situated in beautiful countryside within a few minutes walk of the famous book town of Hay-on-Wye. The property is a self-contained annexe to the owners home and guests have full use of their delightful garden. The accommoda
Cwmhir Court is an ancient site with Iron Age remains. A fortified Cistercian monastic grange was built here in the thirteenth century and the main stone arched entrance, some of the defensive walls and listed ancient monastic buildings survive. The Great Hay Barn is p
An absolutely amazing place to stay with friends. Lots of space for everyone to stay and also lots of lovely communal areas. We only stayed a weekend, but could have easily stayed for a week.… More
“A great barn but very poor customer service”
Reviewed 10 Jun 2013
We had a pleasant stay at the barn for my father's 70th birthday but this was marred by the difficulty getting our deposit back from the owners. A crack in a window appeared during our stay which we d… More
This was this particular gentleman's second stay. By his own admission his group had very much enjoyed themselves both times. We are very keen that the barns are kept in pristine order ready for the next visitors and so we have a very clear damage deposit policy. When guests take over our barns we like to leave them to enjoy themselves as if they were in their own property. The trade off is that they become the caretakers for the property and if any damage occurs during their tenure then we have to consider if it should be their responsibility. A damage bond does give even the most careful visitors more incentive to care for our amazing barns and it gives us the peace of mind to continue letting people come to stay. We love to see people enjoying them to the full and everyone does.
In this particular instance, we all agree that a window was cracked next to the front door over the weekend. Any damage is a rare occurrence and usually we return complete deposits after the property has been inspected by our housekeepers. We do not immediately return deposits if there may be a subtraction to be made which has first to be agreed with the guests. We estimated that the replacement double-glazed glass would cost about £125. I visited to inspect personally, our housekeepers took photographs and I spoke to our maintenance man who saw the glass unbroken on Friday and our housekeeper who saw it broken on Monday.
The guest first requested his deposit be returned on 19th May. In his e-mail of 6th June he was still denying responsibility. However, he did very kindly offer to pay £40 towards the repair and we agreed to accept this, noting that if perchance the bill did come to less then we would reimburse him the difference. As we were in agreement, we were then able to return his deposit, less £40 on 6th June.
We very much regret that this small dispute arose at all, but we feel we did everything we could to resolve it correctly. Therefore it is very unfair of this particular guest to attempt to tarnish our excellent track record over such a small matter.
Completely renovated and designed for comfort this 2 bed centrally heated cottage with additional bunk beds has a fully equipped kitchen with granite worktops and adjacent dining area. The sitting room has a living flame gas fire. Rainy days are catered for with TV, CD
Available for any time between 3 & 10 nights. Minimum stay is a 3 night weekend. Please feel free to contact us for further information.
The Medieval Barn (sleeps 10 + large entertainment space) is a luxury self-catering property that has been lovingly restored to a v
Yew Tree Barn dates from the 16th century. It's a beautiful cottage made of stone with shiplap which is traditional in the Welsh Marches. The farm is on the Wye Valley Walk, an ideal location for walkers, mountain bikers, and canoeists (there is safe storage for mountai
This stylish and contemporary cottage has been newly renovated from a traditional red brick cottage in the small and pretty quiet hamlet of Cusop within a few minutes' walk of the centre of the busy and always interesting little market town of Hay-on-Wye, a great place
A lovely ground floor self-contained apartment. Double bed with large en-suite shower room, open plan kitchen and dining/living area with large doors leading to south facing patio giving lovely views of Begwyns.
The Fron is situated on the edge of Painscastle, with fabu
Buckton Granary is an extremely well equipped, very comfortable, detached 2 bedroom apartment offering modern, contemporary, self-catering accommodation within the quiet, peaceful village of Llanigon, just one mile from the famous 'town of books' Hay-On-Wye which also h
Our holiday cottage in Hay on Wye, the World Book Centre, home of the internationally acclaimed Hay Festival, is available for rent There is always a real buzz in Hay. Set near the centre of Hay on Wye this quiet cottage is within 200 yards of pubs, restaurants and the
The Granary is on a working hill farm 5 miles from Hay with cows sheep and horses. It is an ideal centre for exploring the Welsh Marches, spending time visiting the "town of books" or visiting one of the many historic attractions that are within easy motoring distance.
The Granary is attached to the main farmhouse and is located in the centre of the farm. The spacious living room has reclining sofa from which to enjoy the panoramic view of the Radnorshire Hills, a digital TV and a DVD player and a large selection of hard back and pap
This cottage is a real gem. Its so comfortable.The views from the reclining chairs in the lounge are stunning. It is fully equipped with everything you will ever need. It was bigger than my own home a… More
“Quality accommodation with unsurpassable veiws”
Reviewed 4 May 2012
The welcome was friendly and helpful and the accommodation was clean and top quality throughout, with exceptional veiws through the large, floor to ceiling windows. 10 minutes drive from Hay on Wye me… More
This detached farmhouse, which dates back to the 16th century, is surrounded by open countryside on our 400 acre working family farm, where you can enjoy extensive views of the Begwyn Hills and can see the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, along with woodland and
Trowley Farmhouse exceeded all expectations. When we arrived, Kathryn was stoking up the wood burner leaving us with such a cosy accomodation from the very start. My family from Canada was extremely i… More
This charming one bedroomed Victorian cottage lies within five minutes walk from the centre of Hay. Ty Bychan is ideal for anyone seeking a relaxing week/weekend exploring the town and its local eating houses, cafes or for those seeking a more active time using it as a
We loved our two night stay at Ty Bychan. Conveniently located on Church Street just metres from the centre of town, the cottage is the perfect size for two. Best bits for us: the woodburner which cre… More
“Lovely little cottage in the centre of Hay on Wye”
Reviewed 28 Apr 2014
Ty Bachan is a lovely little cottage near to the centre on Hay on Wye. Very clean and well appointed, it has everything you need for a comfortable stay. For me, having a wood burner made the cosy cott… More
Reviewed 29 Apr 2017
Take a good book with you; light the wood burning stove and you WILL forget
the Northern Underground Tube Line (should you belong in London).
Apart from a little stress unloading and loading outsid… More
IMPORTANT NOTICE, PLEASE READ. TRIPADVISOR AND HOLIDAY LETTING SHOW THE RATES ONLINE AS NIGHTLY, WHICH IS NOT CORRECT, IN-FACT THEY ARE IN TWO PRICE BANDS, ONE IS MID-WEEK AND THE OTHER IS WEEKEND, THESE ARE SOLD AT A FIXED PRICE. OUR PRICES ARE NOT CALCULATED C
Charming, historic grade 2 listed cottage with oak floor boards and beams. Quiet village location just 2 miles from the famous book town of Hay on Wye. Also listed in discerning Alastair Sawday's.
Walks from the doorstep into the gorgeous Black Mountains, part of the Br
Chancery Cottage, located in perfect location in centre of Hay-on-Wye, is a pretty welcoming Welsh stone Cottage. 4* Self Catering, Free Wifi, Private Parking & Pet Friendly. Easy walking distance to everything that charming Hay town has to offer. Chancery is a beauti
Never been to Hay before and picked this cottage because of the lovely photos - definitely the right choice. It's in a quiet, peaceful cul-de-sac but very central so easy walking distance to the sho… More
The Huts are a special place to stay if you love wildlife, nature and the great outdoors. The Huts are hidden away in the hills, complete with mountain stream running along side.
There are four fully insulated huts arranged around a central stone firepit with BBQ grill
We had the most exciting and memorable stay at The Huts in the Hills! When we arrived the little log burners in the huts were lit so it was so cosy and warm and such a lovely welcome. Four of the hu… More
Thank you for your lovely comments. We are glad you had a memorable stay in the huts. The Hot Tub is proving a big hit with guests after a day out hill walking. We look forward to welcoming you again sometime to our special place.
“Building memories with the children”
Reviewed 28 Apr 2016
Me and my 2 children (11 and 8) stayed here in the summer with another family with children of similar ages and we had an absolute blast. It was a fantastic experience for the kids who had a chance to… More
Thank you for your wonderful comments. The children who stop certainly get to experience the great outdoors in a safe environment. We look forward to welcoming you back again this Summer.
WELL POSITIONED FOR EXPLORING THE BRECON BEACONS AND THE WELSH BORDERS
The barn which is part of a restored Georgian stable block that has been thoughtfully and sensitively converted to maximise privacy and comfort. It is on the edge of a village, set on an ancient
On the Gospel Pass on the way to the enchanting Vale of Ewyas, you will see this pictureseque smallholding, hugged protectively by the fern covered hillside, looking out over the many farmland parishes below. Caemarchog farmhouse and barn have recently been rebui
Beautiful house with high standard fittings and furnishings. We visited as a group of 10 for a 40th birthday and had a wonderful stay. The location of the property really is 'in the hills' with not mu… More
Thank you for your comments. I am glad to hear you had a relaxing stay for your friends 40th. I am sorry to hear about the incident in the courtyard. This is a very extreme incident and is something that has never happened before, and hopefully will never happen again. I hope it didn't cloud your weekend memories of your weekend away?
“Little Bit of Heaven”
Reviewed 25 Apr 2016
What a beautiful part of the world. Complete peace and quiet with fantastic walks right outside the the front door. Stayed in the main House with some other family members staying in the barn across f… More
Many thanks for your wonderful review. Hope to see you again some time soon.
Best Wishes. Sian