About Dyffryn Cottage
Dyffryn Cottage dates from the 1600's and one of the original cottages in the centre of the tiny and peaceful hamlet of Painscastle, close to Hay-on-Wye. It's a picture book cottage with roses around the door, a cottage garden, pretty bedrooms, a cosy sitting room with a lovely inglenook fireplace and a fabulous large conservatory that opens up to make the most of the large and very private garden.
The village of Painscastle is close to The Begwyn Hills, a National Trust-protected range of hills which is ideal country for walking and rambling. The village pub, The Roast Ox, is just a very short walk away and a great place for eating and drinking. This is a great location off the beaten track with excellent walking Offa's Dyke Path, local pony trekking, golf, mountain biking, fishing, bird watching, canoeing or just wandering through and browsing the bookshops in Hay-on-Wye, only 6 miles away.
Sleeps 6 - 3 bedrooms
A pretty Shaker style country kitchen with electric cooker with hob, microwave, fridge and a freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine. Welsh Dresser, kitchen table and chairs. An entrance lobby with room for coats and boots etc.
There is a cosy spacious sitting room with old oak beams, comfortable sofas and chairs, a long dining table and chairs. There is magnificent feature stone fireplace with a huge oak lintel and woodburner (the owner provides the first few logs to get started and further logs can be purchased from the local petrol station). Double doors lead from the sitting room through to a conservatory with views all around the garden.
Up a steep spiral staircase (not suitable for toddlers or the elderly),
Bedroom 1: Double bedroom
Bedroom 2: Double bedrooms
Bedroom 3: With twin beds.
The bathroom: Has a bath with a shower over, handbasin and toilet.
Leading out from the new conservatory is a lovely large secluded garden with flower beds, large enough to get lost in with mature shrubs and apple trees, a stone terrace with garden furniture.
Hay-on-Wye 6 miles, Builth Wells 12 miles, Brecon 16 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth or Sophie
We loved it! Lovely cottage, everything worked and beautiful countryside. Couldn't have asked for more.
Holiday Cottages for book lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and festivals in Hay-on-Wye
For a great many of our guests, one visit to Hay-on-Wye is simply not enough. They enthuse time and again about the year-round energy and ambiance of this charming border ‘town of books’. It’s easy to while away a whole day browsing the miles of shelves in the many second hand bookshops as you seek out a rare first edition, or come face to face with a TV annual you haven’t seen since childhood.
Prices and Availability
2015 Prices (weeks)
- 1 Jan to 13 Feb: £537
- 14 Feb to 20 Feb: £570
- 21 Feb to 27 Mar: £537
- 28 Mar to 10 Apr: £671
- 11 Apr to 15 May: £570
- 16 May to 5 Jun: £1975
- 6 Jun to 17 Jul: £570
- 18 Jul to 28 Aug: £671
- 29 Aug to 23 Oct: £570
- 24 Oct to 30 Oct: £671
- 31 Oct to 18 Dec: £537
- 19 Dec to 24 Dec: £537
- Christmas: £738
- New Year: £738