This charming townhouse offers open-plan living that’s perfect for couples wanting to enjoy the lively town of Hay-on-Wye and explore the Brecon Beacons National Park. Hay-on-Wye is famously known all over the world as the ‘Town of Books’. Boasting over twenty bookstores, it is renowned for the annual Hay Festival of Literature and Arts. It’s also well served with a range of cafes and restaurants, as well as independent shops. The Globe in Hay hosts a vibrant calendar of arts events that runs throughout the year. You’ll be close to the banks of the River Wye where you can enjoy paddling at the Warren, the riverside meadow, or hire a kayak further down the river at Glasbury (3.5 miles). Walkers and cyclists will want to head to the Brecon Beacons National Park, which is 22.5 miles away, where there are plenty of rambling routes and places to explore by bike.
Enjoying a peaceful location on the edge of this vibrant market town, take a seat on the bench to remove your boots before you step inside. The ground floor offers open-plan living finished with a clever mix of both old and new, further enhanced with locally sourced artwork and soft furnishings, a cosy sofa for two and a Smart TV. For dining, there’s a table and chairs suitable for four, and the open-plan kitchen is well equipped offering everything you may need for your stay. The wooden staircase offers access to a king-size bedroom which is finished with soft furnishings along with a shower room with a walk-in double rainfall shower and WC.
Outside, there’s a small area to the front of the townhouse with a bench that’s perfect for a morning coffee watching the world go by. To the rear, there’s a small area suitable for bike storage.
Situated next door to The Little Townhouse, perfect for two couples travelling together preferring their own space.