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Common Cottage


Bedrooms: 3 Sleeps: 6 Bath/Shower Rooms: 1 Toilets: 2
Pets: 1 (£20/pet)

Pets: 1 (£20/pet)







Woodburner / Open Fire

Woodburner / Open Fire

Walks from the Door

Walks from the Door



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This luxurious and superbly rebuilt old welsh stone cottage is almost completely secluded, near Hay-on-Wye and has three bedrooms all with magnificent views over The Wye Valley to the wild Begwyn Hills cared for by National Trust. The cottage is set in landscaped grounds with steps up to the door and terrace.

To get a preview of this beautiful holiday home, take a look at our drone film




Sleeps 4/6 - 2 x king rooms and 1 twin 2ft 6 beds



Kitchen/dining room   

Beautiful new very spacious fitted kitchen with stone tiled floor with underfloor heating and the kitchen units have granite work tops. 

An electric Flavell Range cooker with double oven, grill and large five ring hob, microwave, a large fridge/freezer, dishwasher etc. Dining table and chairs looking out at the fantastic views



Utility room beside the back door:  

Plenty of room for your muddy boots and perhaps a muddy dog to dry off. A sink and washer dryer.  

A large cupboard that houses all the central heating. 


Downstairs cloakroom with a toilet and hand basin 


The spacious Sitting room is comfortably furnished with two new sofas and chairs, anice wooden floor again with underfloor heating, set around the efficient wood burning-stove; a large TV with Free view DVD.



Up a flight of handcrafted stairs to three bedrooms: 


Master Bedroom 1: A king size bed      

Bedroom 2: A king size bed 

Twin Bedroom: Two single 2ft 6 beds suitable for children or small adults.  


Family Bathroom bath with shower over, toilet and wash hand basin and heated towel rail 


Useful Information:  

*All Linen and towels inclusive

* All electricity and oil central heating (downstairs underfloor heating) 

* Wood burner basket of logs supplied (more available on request to purchase) 

* Landscaped gardens and a terrace 

* Garden Furniture and BBQ 

* Accepts 1 small dog 

* Cot and Highchair 

* Parking for 3/4 cars 

* Wifi 

* TV with Free view & DVD player 


This pretty cottage with outstanding views is set in landscaped gardens with steps up to the house from the parking area. There is ample parking below the cottage and a BBQ and garden furniture. The garden is not enclosed. 


Hay-on-Wye, famous for being The Town of Books and The Hay Literary Festival, is less than 3 miles from Common Cottage.  Hay-on-Wye is a great destination for holidaymakers and lovers of leisure activities such as walking, horse riding, canoeing, golf, paragliding, fishing and more. As well as the world-famous Literary Festival, Hay-on-Wye's event's calendar is jam packed throughout the year and includes beer festivals, nearby jousting, firework displays, arts and philosophy festivals, live music, fairs, weekly markets and much more.


The River Wye at Glasbury has a "beach" . This is very popular for all types of water sports including swimming and canoeing. The River Cafe is an excellent bistro style cafe at Glasbury where they also hire canoes. In Glasbury itself there are two pubs, The Harp and the Gastro-pub Foyles - well worth a visit.


Common Cottage is quite a find for all visitors and there is nothing you will be lacking there, you have comfort, complete privacy and stunning views across the Wye Valley. 


Hay-on-Wye - 2.5 miles, Talgarth - 4.5 miles, Brecon -12 miles, Crickhowell -16 miles, Abergavenny - 22 miles, Hereford - 25 miles, Leominster - 26 miles, Ross on Wye - 30 miles, Ludlow - 38 miles



Hay on Wye is renowned for its annual literary festival, but there's more to Hay than that. It is a pretty and bustling town at the foot of the majestic Black Mountains with the river Wye running through. The town is crammed with boutiques and book shops, with excellent restaurants and cafes. There's an independent cinema, a castle and a thriving arts scene. If you're looking for adventure, a stay in or around Hay will scratch that itch. Canoeing, cycling and hiking are just on the door step. Read more about Hay-on-Wye