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26 Broad Street
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Sleeps: 3
No of Bedrooms: 2
Low Season: £280
High Season: £420

The Cottage, Hay on Wye, is a delightful two bed roomed property in the centre of town approximately 150 yards from the clock tower yet only 150 yards from the Wye Valley walk. It is ideal for couples, with one double bedroom, the second bedroom is suitable for one adult or two small children sharing. The private rear garden is perfect for sitting out in the summer, in winter indulge yourself...

Sleeps: 3

No of Bedrooms: 2

Low Season: £280

High Season: £420


Hay-on-Wye Tourist Information
The town of books

Hay-on-Wye is a small inland market town positioned just inside the Brecon Beacons National Park, which borders the county of Herefordshire in England.

Hay-on-Wye - It's a town that moves at a slower, more relaxed pace of life

The shops around Hay's narrow streets are made up of independent retailers. Although the town is famed for its many secondhand bookshops you'll also find unique gift shops, boutique clothes shops, food and charity shops, and galleries. This pretty town offers a fine selection of eating establishments serving a broad range of cuisines, along with a number of traditional pubs to enjoy a relaxing drink. Each Thursday the town holds a lovely traditional open-air market in the Memorial Square where friendly stall holders sell an eclectic mix of fresh foods, household goods, bric-a-brac and much more.

Hay plays host to a number of events and festivals throughout the year including the 'Hay Festival', an annual literature festival which brings together writers and readers in order to share stories and ideas, along with musical performances and film previews. The 'HowTheLightGetsIn' festival is the world's largest philosophy and music festival which offers festivalgoers literally hundreds of events and the chance to join thought-provoking debates, eat food and watch a large variety of performers, all set in picturesque surroundings.

In the town are the remains of the part Norman, part Jacobean and part Victorian Hay Castle which is currently undergoing restoration.

Hay-on-Wye lies quite comfortably on the Southeast bank of the beautiful River Wye which makes for lovely riverside walks, including the 'Bailey Walk', covering a distance of approximately one and a half miles, this delightful riverside walk ends at 'The Warren', where its visitors will find a haven of beauty and peace to enjoy a picnic or a swim, or just relax and watch the canoes make their way over the rapids. This unspoiled stretch of water along the River Wye offers an ideal opportunity to spend a couple of hours leisurely paddling along in a canoe or kayak which can be hired from a number of places including The Wye Valley Canoe Centre, Want To Canoe? and Canoe Hire Wales.

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