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Lower Moor Lodge

Hay-on-Wye Town

Bedrooms: 2 Sleeps: 4 Bath/Shower Rooms: 1 Toilets: 1
4 Star Rating
Pets: 2 (£20/pet)

Pets: 2 (£20/pet)







Woodburner / Open Fire

Woodburner / Open Fire

Walks from the Door

Walks from the Door



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Lower Moor Lodge is a picture book lodge full of character, built in the early Victorian era, now over two hundred years old and was originally the Lodge Gate House to Lower Moor Manor situated on the edge of the famous literary town of Hay-on-Wye.

This slightly quirky old cottage has lots of delightful period features including flagstone floors, oak beams, oak doors and floor boards (which probably creak) and the doors do not fit as well as modern doors. In places there is low headroom and possibly some uneven floors and steps. So possibly for anyone with difficult mobility it may not be the right cottage.

Outside there is the most attractive Queen Anne style leaded-light windows, old original slates, decorative barge boarding and a long low over-hung porch.

This quirky holiday self catering cottage that is happy to welcome dogs is just a five minutes stroll into Hay-on-Wye or down to The River Wye on The Herefordshire/Wales Borders.




Sleeps 4 -2 Bedrooms - 1 Double, 1 Twin

The lodge is all on one level except for a couple of steps up into the two bedrooms. The kitchen has  an electric oven, induction hob, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, washer dryer and a table.


The dining room has a table and chair to seat 4, patio doors "fairly low" open out onto the lovely sunny terrace - a wonderful place to quietly sit in the sunshine and admire the views up the hill or down the valley to Hay-on-Wye.


The living room has sofa and chairs, again beautiful flagstone flooring, wood burning stove, TV with Sky and DVD player.


Bedroom 1:   Double bed with original fireplace (not in use)


Bedroom 2:   Twin beds


Bathroom:     The bathroom has a bath with electric shower over, hand basin and toilet.


The lodge is situated in a large  garden with a lawn, terrace with garden furniture and plenty of off road parking and again absolutely lovely views of the rolling hills and surrounding fields, waving with ripening corn when we were there visiting.


Useful Information:


* Bed linen and towels provided

* Oil Central heating and electricity inclusive

* First basket of logs provided

* Plenty of off-road Parking available

* Pets welcome

* TV with DVD & SKY (basic)


Just a few minutes from the centre of Hay-on-Wye and an easy stroll down the lane to The River Wye where you can laze all day beside the wide slow river or perhaps  hire a canoe for the adventurous or get on a mountain bike to explore the area. There are superb places a to eat in the area - try The River Cafe on Glasbury Bridge, Foyles of Glasbury, St John's Place, Booth's Cafecinema and bookshop to name just a few of the more out of the ordinary places to eat in and around Hay on Wye. You are spoilt for choice with the wide choice of really excellent boutiques, second and antiquarian bookshops, the antique shops filled with curio's, the art galleries, craft shops and of course the open air market and The covered Cheese Market.  Hay is also a great place for Christmas shopping.

Wonderful drives whether exploring The Llantony Valley and Capel-y-Ffin, Hay Bluff and The Black Mountains, The attractive Herefordshire Border Towns, The Brecon Beacons National Park - they are all very accessible from here.


If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property please ask for:  Lucy, Ceri or Elizabeth.

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