Hay-on-Wye Cottages

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    Detached, 18th century, stone-built Hereford cottage 5 minutes' walk from village pub. Wealth of character beams and timbers. Romantic atmosphere. Beautiful countryside. Hereford 9.5 miles. (Ref. 10048)

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    7 nights from £366

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    Comfortable accommodation, a former school room in Kington town. Romantic, studio property on Offa's Dyke footpath, ideal base for touring. Hay-on-Wye 12 miles. (Ref. 4338)

    7 nights from £222

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Are you a bookworm, walker or simply after somewhere special amid breathtaking scenery? Read on and discover our Hay-on-Wye cottages...

Hay-on-Wye cottages and world-class literature!

Globally known as the 'Town of Books', Hay-on-Wye boasts over thirty second-hand bookshops and is a paradise for lovers of the written word. Every year the town comes alive at the legendary Hay Festival, a 10-day extravaganza of stories, laughter, music and ideas from the most highly acclaimed writers, filmmakers, comedians and so on, promising fun for the whole family.

Hay also has some fine art galleries and a craft centre, as well as a traditional street market on Thursdays selling everything from fresh fish to bric-a-brac. Over the years, Hay has become a centre of hospitality and offers an excellent selection of top-quality restaurants, coffee shops and coaching inns.

Staggering beauty abounds inviting lovers of the 'great outdoors' to sample our Hay-on-Wye cottages located within the Brecon Beacons National Park. Think walking (Offa's Dyke Path and Wye Valley Walk both run through town), cycling, riding, fishing and canoeing, as well as gorge walking and mountain biking in the Black Mountains. For dazzling views and tummy-tingling spins, hang glide from the top of Hay Bluff. Or enjoy a leisurely riverside stroll along to the Warren.

Step back in time and explore the town's castle, the nearby ruins of Clifford Castle and Arthur's Stone, an ancient burial chamber protected by English Heritage where legend has it King Arthur slew a giant!

Believe in fairytales or not, get your nose in a book in a Hay-on-Wye cottage soon!