No 10 Dulas
No 10 Dulas offer a self catering cottage, farmhouse bed and breakfast, and a caravan & motorhome camping site.
A cosy, warm, Victorian stone cottage, sleeping up to three people in two bedrooms, with a pretty stream-side garden and parking. Tucked away in a quiet corner of Hay-on-Wye No 10 Dulas has recently been fully refurbished with everything you need for a relaxing stay and to explore the area.
Built in the 1840’s, No 10 Dulas has a warm and cosy lounge overlooking the sunny garden, with comfy sofa and armchair to sit back and relax in after your busy day out exploring. Flat screen TV, DVD player, dining area and fast WiFi access point. With the added benefit of original feature stone fireplace and wonderfully warming gas flame effect log burner, ideal for those chilly winter evenings, as well as a selection of DVD’s, games and books to keep you amused.
Dark Orchard is a quiet, relaxing and secluded site tucked away on the edge of Hay-on-Wye, Independent Kingdom and internationally renowned Town of Books, yet only a 5 minute walk to the shops, restaurants, pubs and other amenities that this unique Welsh Marches market town has to offer.
Dark Orchard is level, well sheltered, with 5 well-mown grass pitches spread over a 2½ acre site, with plenty of space for awnings and pup tents etc. The site is bordered on one side by the Dulas Brook and divided by the Nantyglasdwr stream.
We welcome families and pets. Dogs must be kept under total control at all times in the interest of other site users and farm animals in the adjacent fields. Any mess must be cleared up immediately. We regularly see a lot of wildlife at the site including kingfishers, dippers, red kites, buzzards, hedgehogs and otters playing in the brook.
Gwern-Hwyaid is a traditional 16th Century Radnorshire Farmhouse, full of character with cruck frame trusses, beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace in our large friendly kitchen. We offer two bedrooms, a double and a choice of either a second double or twin, all sharing a private guest bathroom. All rooms recently refurbished.
Just 15 minutes from Hay-on-Wye, Builth Wells, Brecon and the Brecon Beacons National Park, surrounded by the rolling Radnorshire countryside, with views towards Hay Bluff and The Begwyns. Excellent base for the annual Hay Festival in May.
Tea and coffee facilities available in all the rooms and guests are welcome to use our comfortable lounge, or enjoy the garden. The price includes continental breakfast in our farmhouse kitchen, choose from a selection of cereals, croissants, fresh fruit, yoghurts, cheeses, meats, toast, fruit juice, tea & fresh coffee.
Guests have exclusive use of their room during their stay. The family sized bathroom is shared between the guests and has a bath with an over the bath shower.
There is plenty of parking space and we can provide secure storage for bikes and equipment etc.
We offer accommodation for up to four people at a time, with a choice of a double room and a further double or twin room, which can be booked separately or together.
Guests may use the garden and in good weather may choose to have breakfast outside. We have many birds and other wildlife visit the garden and we are surrounded by fields with livestock. Excellent walking direct from the house.
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.