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.
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.
Enjoying a magnificent location within the hillside offering easy access into Hay-on-Wye a town famed for the May Hay Festival, though today boasting a full and vibrant events calendar with something for all, throughout the year, their weekly market of local food and cr
Tan y Coed, Welsh for under the trees,is situated just a 2 minute walk away from the Plas Dolguog Hotel, less than a mile outside of Machynlleth and right in the middle of the Dyfi Valley, and just up river from the RSPB Ynysir Wildlife Reserve as featured on BBC's Spri
“With a stunning view across the valley, private sheltered deck, cosy logburner & lovely furnishings, it's truely idylic!”
Reviewed 21 Mar 2014
A newly refurbished lodge which has been tastefully and sympathetically furnished. The log burner was easy to light and quickly threw out the heat. There was also a plentiful supply of wood. The deck… More
“A beautiful chalet in a wonderful location.”
Reviewed 9 Nov 2016
This was our fourth visit to Tan y Coed and it was as enjoyable and relaxing as ever. Tan y Coed is quite small but is beautifully furnished. The view from the balcony is so picturesque that we gene… More
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. Of course you can just come and enjoy
To summarise: a very relaxing week away in a charming, peaceful area. The only reason I scored this place down was that the facilities didn't quite live up to my expectations. My main disappointment… More
Many thanks for your review and feedback. We are always available for any problems or service which is lacking. Our home is right next door to the lodge. Unfortunately we were unaware the wi-fi wasn't working until the next guests arrived. The DVD player was missing from the lodge and was an oversight by us. We hope that if you come again you will contact us so we can resolve issues immediately if at all possible. Many thanks again for your review
Irfon Cottage is one of two self catering cottages at Penrheol Farm located 1.5 miles from the town of Builth Wells in Mid Wales. Lovely long walks are accessible from the cottage, where you may see a Red Kite. Close to the Royal Welsh Show Ground, Brecon Beacons, Hay O
Had a last minute weekend stay here in this beautiful cottage. Added bonus was the hot tub relaxing watching the night sky. Lovely views to wake up to, nice little welcome pack left by the owners. Wil… More
“want to return...”
Reviewed 10 Jul 2013
made very welcome, so were our dogs. lovely quiet, relaxing break. 1st class accommodation, with excellent facilities in stunning surroundings. Would not hesitate to return, have already recommended t… More
Reviewed 6 Dec 2016
Gorgeous cottage in a lovely setting, very peaceful and easy access to lots of beautiful settings nearby.
Hot tub was amazing even though the weather was freezing was nice to sit in the warm water … More
Builth Wells, or in Welsh Llanfair-ym-Muallt, is a small traditional Welsh market town set in the heart of Mid Wales. 1 Maes y Coed is a spacious bungalow conveniently situated in the town close to all amenities. Although small, Builth Wells can boast a Castle, a Ci
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. Of course you can just come and enjoy
“Great location, view, lodge and very accomodating hosts!!!”
Reviewed 10 May 2013
Fantastic views of the countryside and mountains from the lodge. Tony and Sally were extremely helpful and generous! The location is great only a short drive to Hay on Wye, local pubs and activities. … More
I'm so pleased you had a great time and enjoyed the views from your lodge. We would love to welcome you again. ~ Sally
“Excellent accommodation and view!”
Reviewed 20 Mar 2013
If you're looking for a rural location with a fantastic view - go no further! The log cabin is situated with views across to the mountains. I can not recommend both the location and the cabin highly… More
Many thanks for your review. We really appreciate it. We look forward to seeing you and your friends again.
A former cider making farmhouse , sleeping 8 plus 2 babies with a child's bedroom off master bedroom and two travel cots.
Rated 4-stars by Visit Wales
Close to the heart of this ancient border town with charming shops and quality eating places plus countryside all a
Suran-y-coed lodge is located in an own isolated valley away from it all. Why not staying in our luxury lodge, located away from it all, with great views of the open hills and listen to the birds sing. Plus the warm bubbles of your own private hot tub to relax in and wa
“Peace, Tranquility, Comfort - the perfect recharge”
Reviewed 2 Apr 2014
My partner, Tracie, and I took the opportunity to take a long weekend to recharge from the chaos of day-to-day life and, having viewed many lodges and cottages in the Mid-Wales/English border, I conta… More
Reviewed 2 Apr 2014
An excellent five star rated lodge with hot tub. Lovely interior, personal touches, nothing too much trouble. Lodge offers a relaxing comfortable stay away from it all.
Chris could not have done more… More
DISCOUNTS ON 3/4/5/6 SIX NIGHT STAYS. Troed-y-Rhiw was built in the mid 1800's and was sympathetically renovated. Every care has been taken to ensure your stay will be comfortable and a memorable one. It is fully central heated, with a wood burning stove, you'll be kept
“lovely cosy cottage, great location, beautiful views”
Reviewed 27 Aug 2012
Cottage was cute and cosy. Big enough for the 3 of us (2 adults and a child) plus a dog. Situated in a great location for visiting the various attractions. Would recommend the gold mines, son loved… More
“Cosy retreat - job done!”
Reviewed 4 Dec 2011
Excellent location with 360 degree walking straight from the colttage. Great timing to hit the real ale festival which was on unbeknownst to us. A great way to spend a couple of hours each night after… More
This luxury timber framed lodge is located in one of the most spectacular parts of Wales at the foot of the Cambrian mountains, next to Gilfach nature reserve.
Powered by the sun and biomass fuel, everything is environmentally friendly.
Relax in the dead sea salt, wo
What a great stay, to kick start it mark and jo were there to great us with some lovely Welsh cheese and snacks. We were then showed around and instructed on how things work etc. We loved this place t… More
Thank you Anthony for a great review. Glad you all enjoyed your stay. Best wishes, see you soon.
Mark and Jo
Set overlooking the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains between the villages of Talgarth and Bronllys. Pub and shop less than a mile away at Three Cocks. This is perfect for those wishing to explore the wonderful national park or visit interesting places such as the town
New for 2017, we now have WiFi installed in property.
Perfect location for a tranquil and relaxed holiday, our holiday home is a 3 bedroom chalet offering self catering accommodation situated within a woodland park of 34 acres of idyllic Welsh countryside. Set, directly
Had a lovely three night stay, the chalet was very comfortable and well equipped. The owners were very welcoming when we arrived and also made a phone call part way through our stay to make sure every… More
Thanks for taking the time to write this review. Really appreciate it. Hope the Xmas fayre on the Builth Wells showground went well for you. Look forward to seeing you in the future.
“Excellent felt very homely”
Reviewed 19 Aug 2016
Fantastic family place to stay lots of games for the kids. Lovely views and fab for a relaxing time away.… More
Thank you Monique for a lovely review, we are happy that you enjoyed your stay at Riverside 28 and appreciated the location, views and games available. Perhaps we may see you again in the future.
“Beautiful, well-kept property in a peaceful setting.”
Reviewed 17 Aug 2016
We loved staying in the chalet at Builth Wells, which is well looked after, clean and well-equipped, in addition to being stylishly decorated and welcoming. The position on the site meant the chalet h… More
Thank you Jacqueline for the great review. We are pleased that you enjoyed your stay at Riverside 28, and that we gave you information that was helpful. Our chalet is in a lovely private spot both for outside space and tranquility and we are glad that you were able to appreciate all of this.
Bronfelin was built in the early 1800's and has been sympathetically renovated. Every care has been taken to ensure your stay will be comfortable and a memorable one. It is fully central heated, with a wood burning stove and a Rayburn Range, you'll be kept cosy even on
My family and two friends stayed at Bronfelin holiday cottage from 27th December 2011 to 2nd January 2012, the cottage itself is tastefully decorated, extremely cosy, we loved the kitchen and the log … More
“Ideal cottage, nice decor, clean, warm and in a perfect location”
Reviewed 27 Dec 2011
The cottage is in a lovely setting with stunning views of the surrounding hills and forests. It has ample offroad parking. Inside it is very clean and decorated to a high standard. The heating system … More
“The perfect 'getting away from it all' retreat.”
Reviewed 4 Dec 2011
An excellent self catering cottage. We found the location convenient (as we were competing on Wales Rally GB) and we needed to come and go early in the morning. We found the cottage to be warm, invi… More
QUAINT COTTAGE IN A VILLAGE LOCATION IN THE BLACK MOUNTAINS
The property with thick walls and a traditional stone roof is attached to the owner’s home yet your privacy is respected at all times. It is close to a big lake for all things wild and watery, as well as hug
This stunning barn is located in a community of three dwellings. The property makes the best of the original oak beams, light and space. The barn is an ideal space for friends and families to get together to relax or celebrate.
We are well positioned for people to enjo
Such a lovely retreat. Even though it is quite remote it is not a problem if you have a car.
Everything is done to a high standard.… More
Thank you for positive review. We are please you had a good stay.
“Lots of light and space inside, surrounded by peace and countryside beyond.”
Reviewed 19 Aug 2014
Celebrated our Ruby Wedding week here with 7 adults, a teenager, a 2 year-old and 3 dogs. Loads of space to gather in - or disperse to. Full-length windows fold to give level access to patio and lawn,… More
Reviewed 24 Oct 2012
Absolutely beautiful property which boasts stunning views. Plenty of parking and enough space inside for 10 people to be comfortable. This house was clean beyond clean and very well equipped! If charm… More
Thank you for your review. We are pleased that you enjoyed your stay
If you're looking for a peaceful, quiet and totally relaxing break, this beautiful, detached cottage is exactly what you need. Set within its own enclosed garden it enjoys lovely countryside views and a great location close to mountains and coast. With two log burners,
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.
Bluebell' is a unique apartment which forms part of the old Barn at Gaer Fawr. Recently renovated, Bluebell has managed to retain the old charm of the Barn including exposed beams and oak doors with latch door handles, but also offers guests all the comfort and faciliti
This attractive self contained cottage is adjacent to the main farm house and has its own private entrance and garden with ample parking. The cottage is perfectly situated to explore the stunning Welsh countryside. A great base for walking, cycling and nature apreciatio
The perfect Holiday home to rest and relax. The views from the windows are of rolling fields and Welsh hills. The log burner means homely warmth in the lounge whatever the season, and is a supplement to the oil fired central heating.
Recently renovated property now wi
we stayed for 3 nights at Bevan house, we were met by Angela on arrival who showed us around the property & advised us how the appliances worked.
beautiful property which was very clean & tidy.2 doub… More
Thank you for your review, so pleased you enjoyed and you are welcome to come again any time you want.
Reviewed 19 Jul 2012
Lovely house in a delightful location. Much thought has gone into the house to make it user friendly for all generations, well equipped and very friendly owners. Located within 10 mins walk of a good … More
Thank you for your comments, we would love you to stay again sometime.
“Breathtaking views, peaceful and marvellously helpful hosts”
Reviewed 13 Aug 2011
We had a really nice time with our one year old son and 13 year old neice. The owners were very welcoming and helpful. The location is really peaceful and the views from the house are fantastic. The f… More
NEW FOR 2017.
The Willows End is a self-contained; double glazed and centrally heated one bedroom annex attached to the main house. The owners have completely redecorated, modernised and refurbished the property for this season. It is situated in a Welsh valley just ou
Gribyn Cottage is a self-contained hillside cottage attached to our lovingly restored barn near Llanidloes, in the beautiful hills of Mid Wales. The views from the cottage are spectacular and you look down the Trannon Valley, whilst buzzards and red kites (as well as ma
Prices from £90 per night in low season for this modern, luxury cabin situated in the well cared for grounds of the Caer Beris Holiday Park, close to the town of Builth Wells in the most beautiful unspoilt countryside.
The accommodation is well equipped with full gas
Lovely cabin, beatiful views, the owners were fab. Even has wifi there was a bit worried staying in a log cabin in the winter but it really was warm in there throughly enjoyed it and will definately b… More
Thank you so much for that wonderful review.
Reviewed 18 Apr 2017
Thank you for a wonderful stay! The cabin was comfortable and cosy. We were so impressed with how well equipped it was! The area is beautiful and there are some fantastic walks. We will definitely be … More
Thank you so much for that brilliant review :-) Am so happy to read it. You left the cabin nice and tidy so would love you to come back again
Reviewed 4 Oct 2016
Chalet was very well equipped and comfortable. There were some minor things we couldn't find any table mats and there was a minimum amount of tableware so had to wash up every day. The lighting took s… More
Carregywen farm house is a very large four bedroom traditional farm house set in a secluded location between the Cambrian Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, three miles from Builth Wells. The house is set within over a hundred acres of private farm land, in a larg
Probably the best equipped holiday home we've stayed in! Spacious with everything we could need in the kitchen as well as lots of towels and games & dvds. Lovely peaceful location, good walks for do… More
Many thanks for taking the time to leave feedback on Carregywen farmhouse especially a review so positive.
Great to hear you got to see a snapshot of the farming world too, both children and adults are always curious when the big barn doors get opened!
Hope you all had a good journey home and we hope to see you all again in the not too distant future.
“Ideal weekend break”
Reviewed 11 Aug 2014
I had a fantastic weekend break with my friends.
The owners kept in contact with us, and were constantly helpful.
The house itself is appointed with everything you could need, it's got a great … More
Reviewed 2 Dec 2015
Great house in a quiet location.
Kitchen had all we needed for catering
Woodburn soon made the whole house cosy
Good walks all around and as at the house… More
A quiet cosy secluded bungalow for 4 or 5 people. It is situated behind, but adjoining, no 1 Maesycoed with a separate entrance. Plenty of parking space in single file. Drive in, reverse out.. Can be used in conjunction with no 1 Maesycoed to sleep up to 11 people or 2
“Excellent locatation, all the comforts of home and great service”
Reviewed 29 Oct 2016
I stayed for 2 nights with a friend in October. We were on a Geology field trip so we needed somewhere comfortable and warm for the weekend. We found this property to be perfect. We had everything … More
Thanks girls, I'm glad you enjoyed your stay. [a bit of R and R after a hard days work.] It was lovely to meet you and thanks for leaving everything so clean and tidy. Hope you'll keep us in mind for future courses or a holiday perhaps. All the best, Ian.
Laurel Cottage is a listed, beamed cottage that has been sympathetically converted from Knighton's 19th Century fire station, and stands within a few yards of Offa's Dyke, and within sight of both the Offa's Dyke Path and Glendower's Way. The main bedroom has a four-pos
Cherry Tree Lodge is in an idyllic setting on a very quiet private lane. It is set close to a large pond, that has an array of wild life living in or around it. Cherry Tree lodge is a secluded, self-catering wooden cabin situated at the foot of a hill, offering a lux
Just woken up following my return from a three night stay at the gorgeous Cherry Tree lodge feeling very disappointed that I haven't woken up to the lovely views and crisp air I've gotten used to thes… More
What a lovely review, thank you.
We are so glad that you had an enjoyable, relaxing break, especially as I believe you were celebrating a birthday!
You were certainly very lucky with the weather which has been beautiful for the time of year, proving that it doesn't always rain in Wales :-)
We hope to be able to welcome you back again in the future.
Reviewed 26 Mar 2017
Absolutely beautiful location, great recommendations by Debbie for nearby visits to go on walks but also beautiful walks around the area. Lodge is absolutely stunning, been on many holiday lettings ho… More
Great review, thank you. Glad you enjoyed your walks.
See you again some time.
Reviewed 11 Aug 2016
friendly welcome lovely people arrived to fresh homemade bread lodge was spotless place was beautiful will recommend to friends and family … More
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
Beudy Bach Barn on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. The farm is reached along a long farm track and Beudy Bach Barn forms part of the farmyard. This is a fairly isolated working farm on the southern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Originally a lit
The Old Chapel is an early 19th century stone built methodist chapel. It is a grade two listed building, carefully and tastefully converted into a high quality living space. The living area is 27 feet by 24f feet, and is on the upper floor. It has fanatastic view
We arrived at The Old Chapel and were met by its quaint charm. It is in a beautiful location and is ideal to get away from it all. There were 6 in our party including 3 teenagers and we all adored i… More
Kind words Jackie. You were a lovely group
“Delightful and quirky”
Reviewed 1 Jan 2017
This was our second stay at The Old Chapel and was as good as our first visit. Lovely comfortable accommodation with everything that you need for a great stay. Ideally placed for us as we have family… More
Thanks for the kind review. I hope we'll meet up with you ourselves one day,
Gill and Geoff
Situated within the stunning mountains of Mid Wales this large, Five-Star rated holiday cottage has been stylishly restored to a very high standard. With its central location it is ideal for a family or friends get together - being only two hours from the Midlands and t
We had a wonderful time whilst staying in this very spacious and modern accommodation. There was plenty of room for the children to play inside and outside and the accommodation was well equipped. We … More
“Peaceful and quiet location with lovely rural views , yet easy access to Llanwrtyd and very high standard accommodation.”
Reviewed 14 Jan 2014
We liked the location and very high standard of accommodation so much that we have booked again for next new year.… More
“High quality accommodation, great location”
Reviewed 10 Jan 2014
The name Gwedd y Glyn is fine but to call it a 'Holiday Barn' really doesn't do justice to this fantastic and very highly specified property. Despite the amazing space within the building, the under-f… More
With level access from Bridge Street, The Old Drapers ground floor apartment has two double bedrooms with twin options and double sofa bed. The oak flooring adds to the accessibility of our wheelchair friendly accommodation.
A stylish, accessible shower room adds to a
Enjoy a delicious cream tea with homemade scones on your arrival! Pantytanhouse Fach is a Welsh Longhouse; which has undergone extensive renovation over the past seventeen years. The final stage 'Littlelonghouse' is now complete, and available for rental.
Although this 200 year old cottage was awarded 4 stars to sleep three people, extra sleeping is available by the use of a double futon in the sitting room. The futon would need to be folded back after use to enable the sitting room to be used. There is also a small fold
We stayed here for the week of our wedding. Our wedding was at Craig Y Nos castle which is only 10 mins drive from the cottage. The close proximity to the castle meant that we were able to take all ou… More
Thank you for your review, much appreciated. W
“Beautiful and comfy cottage”
Reviewed 14 Aug 2013
Very comfortable and clean in a peaceful place really enjoyed staying .
The housekeeper was there to give us the keys as promised.All very good… More
Hi Elsa, Have just noticed that you have kindly put a review online for the cottage, I am very grateful and glad that you liked staying there. Hope you will visit again. Many thanks Wendy Morgan.
“Lovely homely cottage”
Reviewed 23 Jun 2015
The cottage is really welcoming and well equipped. With a pretty garden in a peaceful location yet just a short stroll from the village centre, it ticks all the boxes. Good road links means it's easy … More
Thank you Kerry for your kind review. So pleased you enjoyed your stay and hope to welcome you again.
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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
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.
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
The cottage is a cosy old slate workers cottage tucked down a lane in the pretty village of Corris, 5 miles from Machynlleth. It is in the southern most tip of the Snowdonia National Park and offers a stunning location without the crowds. It is 5 minutes away from the
Had a great time. The accommodation and location was great. Corris is in a lovely spot in Wales. It's close to shops, the hills and lovely coastline.
The accommodation has everything required for a… More