Rating View on map Features Sleeps 2 people 1 bedroom 1 bathroom No pets allowed Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking Icon/Feature/Smoke-free Smoke-free Icon/Feature/Garden or Patio Garden / Patio Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile Icon/Feature/WiFi Broadband / WiFi Reviews “The only minor detail is that, being a ground floor flat, obscure or frosted glass in the bathroom would have added to the privacy .” Otherwise a lovely well decorated, clean and well appointed flat. We enjoyed our stay very much. Mrs Turp, June 2019 “Problem finding the property as the address says St Mary's Rd.” There is no access from St Mary's Rd as it is actually off Union Mews Mrs Murphy, May 2019 Show less The property This beautifully furnished, ground floor flat rests centrally within the enchanting market town of Hay-on-Wye in Herefordshire, on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Known as a town of literature and antiques, this two-person property is ideal for book lovers, as well as those who appreciate beautiful towns and cities, and awe-inspiring countryside. Compact yet dressed in a rejuvenating and contemporary manner, the relaxing sitting area rests within the double bedroom, which also benefits from a wall-mounted TV and a stunning, tiled en-suite shower room. An immaculate, modern kitchen/diner completes the interior of the accommodation, laced with sumptuous units and hosting a lovely dining table set for the two of you to enjoy a romantic meal for two. The small communal grounds rest to the outside, providing an ideal spot to take your morning coffee and plan the events of the day ahead. Take the calming stroll into the fascinating town center of Hay-on-Wye, lined with attractive buildings which host a range of shops, pubs and restaurants as well as quality book and antique shops, or do a spot of canoeing on the River Wye. 5 miles away is the Radnorshire Hills, perfect for long walks surrounded by breath taking scenery, see if you can see the famous Radnorshire Hill ponies. Venture into the idyllic Brecon Beacons National Park with ease from here, you can trek through wondrous landscapes on foot or by bike. For those of you who prefer a slower-paced pastime, take the 20-mile trip to the beautiful city of Hereford with its imposing cathedral and with much more to see and do. 30 minutes away in Crickhowell hosts the green man music and arts festival annually in mid August, with a stunning backdrop of the Black Mountains, whilst in the other direction the Brecon Jazz Festival, a celebration of all things Jazz from around the world, is a great way to spend a August weekend. A fabulous base from which to explore this scenic region of the UK. Summary All ground floor One bedroom: 1 x kingsize with en-suite shower, basin and WC Kitchen/diner. Electric heating Electric hob, combo microwave, fridge, TV, WiFi Fuel and power inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Off-road parking for one car Shared garden with furniture Sorry no pets, no smoking Shop and pub 5 minute walk. Calculate your drive time Submit About the location HAY-ON-WYE Hereford 20 miles. Hay-on-Wye, renowned for its world-famous Hay Festival of Literature, lies on the Welsh/English border, and is a popular destination for book-lovers or holidaymakers wishing to enjoy the leisure activities and beautiful scenery of the Wye Valley. This ancient market town lies on the River Wye in the Brecon Beacons National Park, and is renowned for its many book shops, antique shops, restaurants and cafes. Hay-on-Wye is surrounded by spectacular countryside, which provides excellent walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing and canoeing, together with a variety of tourist attractions, including the Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, The Three Castles Walk, Eastnor Castle, the Offa's Dyke Path, the Mortimer Trail and the lovely walk to Hergest Ridge, the inspiration for the music of both Elgar and Mike Oldfield. The epitome of picturesque England, the ancient city of Hereford lies 20 miles away, with its magnificent cathedral with famous chained library and Mappa Mundi, and medieval bridge over the winding River Wye. A supremely appealing all year round holiday destination.