Baskerville Hall Hotel
Over the years we have hosted many various events at the Hall, some having moved on to become very large successful events. Also hosting Celebrity weddings, corporate breaks and conference facilities with a backdrop not found too often, which have made it great fun to be a part of the history of this wonderful building and its setting.
The building is set in 130 acres of Welsh countryside overlooking the Wye Valley on the edge of the Brecon Beacons and Black mountain National Park. Hay on Wye, famous for its second hand book shops and Festival of Literature and Art, is just over a mile away nestled beside the river Wye.
27 en-suite rooms ranging from executive style splendour through standard rooms and budget rooms all with the trimmings you would expect, tea and coffee facilities in each room, colour TV and all rooms are en-suite. If creature comforts are not an integral part of your stay dormitory accommodation and camping are available.
On our doorstep we have one of the best playgrounds for those wishing to sample what the great outdoors has to offer, with mountains for gorge walking, pony trekking, and the River Wye for canoeing, with many more activities and places of interest to visit for the athletic or the gentler hearted alike. Our restaurant is open each evening with good home cooking on offer, booking in advance is advised.
The indoor heated swimming pool and sauna is a great place to relax after your busy day or just relax in the residents bar before dinner.
We offer Free WiFi in the reception area.
Good fresh home cooked food that will set you up for whatever the night or day might bring. In one of our oak paneled dining rooms we can provide you with a selection of dishes using local produce where ever possible. We have many superb local produces of Welsh Black Beef, Hereford Beef, Welsh Lamb and a host of local vegetable producers.
We can also cater for your groups needs or budget if ordered in advance.
Hay On Wye
Visit Hay On Wye a pretty town set in magnificent countryside on the east bank of the River Wye. Hay is at the northernmost point of the Brecon Beacons National Park and is bounded by the Black Mountains to the west and south. Hay developed as an important stopover on the coaching route, with dozens of inns and pubs.
It is an international destination for bibliophiles, with over twenty fascinating bookshops to browse, many selling specialist and collectable books. There are also many boutique shops and so much to be discovered, for example what must be one of the most luxurious small cinemas in the country!
Visit Herefordshire and explore a county of rolling, green countryside interrupted by villages steeped in history and interest. There’s plenty to see and do but there’s no escaping the sense of peace and fresh air, visit What’s On In Herefordshire to find out what’s happening, when and where, during your stay.