Weeks from £508
- Short Breaks from £381
- Bedrooms: 3
- Sleeps: 6
- 1 Bathroom(s)
- 3 Toilet(s)
- Close to Pub
A pretty stone cottage with an enclosed private garden very close to the centre of Hay-on-Wye with off-road parking for one car - this is absolutely invaluable in Hay. A really charming and comfortable family house that has lovingly been cared for over the years - Ty Mawr is full of character and a pleasure to stay in.
This is the perfect place to stay in this very popular small, fascinating town full of antiquarian book shops, antique and curio shops, boutiques and independent local shops with its cobbled streets and alleyways.
It is a very short stroll down to the River Wye - to the Warren "Beach" where locals and visitors picnic, swim, canoe and fish. A very easy drive out to The Llantony Valley and Hay Bluff, The Golden Valley or explore Offa's Dyke Path and the peaceful Herefordshire countryside.
A welcoming country style kitchen with an electric double oven, microwave, dishwasher and a washing machine. There is plenty of space to sit and eat comfortably all together at the family dining table. The kitchen window looks out onto the sunny courtyard behind the cottage.
A utility room with a full size fridge and a freezer; with the back door leading out to the courtyard and the garden.
A Downstairs cloakroom with hand basin and a toilet.
The sitting room is furnished with some fine pieces of antique furniture, some family paintings and other water colours of the local area, there is seating for six guests in antique period chairs but possibly might be a little low for some people.
Upstairs to two bedrooms:
Bedroom 1: A bedroom with a pretty white double bed and views out over the gardens of Hay.
Bedroom 2: A bedroom again with a pretty double bed.
Family bathroom with a bath, a separate large shower, hand basin and toilet.
Up a further flight of stairs to:
Bedroom 3: A large bedroom with two single beds
A further toilet with hand basin.
* All linen and towels
* All electricity and gas central heating
* Smart TV with DVD
* Cot and high chair
* Parking for one car outside the cottage
* Not suitable for pets.
* Storage for mountain bikes or canoes in the garden.
* A courtyard behind the house and an enclosed established pretty garden with garden furniture and a gas BBQ.
Ty Mawr Cottage is one of three cottages built in the early 1980's, the houses blend in and look like original old stone cottages in this quaint town as they have been built using old stone and old timbers but at the same time having all the "mod cons" that a modern house enjoys.
The cottage has been a family home for many years and has a very pretty enclosed and private garden; and is still within a couple of minutes' walk to the centre of Hay and to some superb place to eat - make sure you try to book to eat at St John's Place - impossible to get a table unless you book in advance but check first it is to your taste. Booth's Book Shop, Cafe and Cinema is also somewhere not to be missed. Visit The Globe just across the road. Walk down to the River Wye - just a five minute stroll over the bridge - where you can spend a day just lazing beside the river with a picnic. Hire mountain bikes and explore some of the trails in The Black Mountains or just enjoy a drive through the glorious Welsh Border countryside. Something really worth remembering to put in your diary, Hay-on-Wye is a brilliant place for Christmas shopping with so many interesting little shops to browse and the weekly market as well. Why book a few nights in Ty Mawr to get ahead of the Christmas rush.
Brecon - 17 miles, Hereford and the nearest railways station 20 miles, Abergavenny 25 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for: Elizabeth,Ceri, Jessica or Lucy
- Enclosed Garden
- High Chair
- No Pets
- Pub Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Town House
- Walks from the door
- Washing Machine
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.
2017 - 2018 Prices (weeks/3 days)
DatePer week3 Days
- 24 Feb - 30 Mar 2017:£508£381
- 31 Mar - 6 Apr 2017:£540£405
- 7 Apr - 20 Apr 2017:£636£477
- 21 Apr - 18 May 2017:£540£405
- 19 May - 8 Jun 2017:£2000£1500
- 9 Jun - 20 Jul 2017:£540£405
- 21 Jul - 31 Aug 2017:£636£477
- 1 Sep - 19 Oct 2017:£540£405
- 20 Oct - 26 Oct 2017:£636£477
- 27 Oct - 21 Dec 2017:£508£381
- New Year:£699--------