Clay Cottage sleeps 4-6 and offers simple self-catering accommodation in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. It is just a short walk away from Hay-on-Wye, a picturesque Welsh border town famous for its many second-hand bookshops and book festival.
A mile uphill from the magnificent river Wye, this cosy rural retreat also lies below the beautiful scenery of the Black Mountains of Wales. It is the perfect location for walking and watching wildlife – bullfinches, woodpeckers, toads and butterflies are regular garden visitors, while buzzards soar overhead.
Horse-riding, pony-trekking, canoe and cycle-hire, fishing, swimming, climbing and lake sailing are all available locally and the historic market town of Hay-on-Wye is within easy walking distance (three-quarters of a mile). Enjoy its year-round literary events and browse its antique, home and fashion shops, tea and ice-cream parlours and restaurants.
Clay Cottage is a delightful, no-frills, cottage that sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms. Secluded, up a narrow lane, Clay is a place for those who appreciate clean, charming rooms in keeping with the cottage’s 200 year-old history, complete with creaky stairs and water from a borehole. It sits surrounded by farmland in its own wild garden with a stream, wildlife pond and orchard. It is not suitable for toddlers or the elderly if steep stairs present a difficulty. Up to 2 pets are allowed.
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Below left: Hay-on-Wye
Below right: Twmpa & Black Mountains
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