For a restful, relaxing retreat with panoramic views visit Warren
Cottage. It is the middle cottage of the delightfully converted 16th
Welsh Long House just 3 miles from the enchanting 'town of books',
Hay-on-Wye. It is beautifully equipped, with a large open plan living
area opening out onto a sunny patio. Children and all will love play
barn with basic fitness equipment, table tennis, short tennis and a
selection of ride on toys and the big, fenced meadow which are shared
with neighbouring cottages Orchard View Cottage and Bramble Cottage
- Sleeps 4 in 2 bedrooms -
Warren Cottage has a fitted pine kitchen has a built-in oven, hob,
dishwasher, fridge, microwave and breakfast bar. The sitting room is
furnished with a good quality sofas, one of which is a sofa bed,
a Flatscreen TV with DVD player and a dining table and chairs.
Bedroom 1: Spacious master double bedroom with TV
Bedroom 2: With full-sized bunk beds
There is a separate laundry with washing machine and drying facilities
which is shared with neighbouring Orchard View Cottage and Bramble
- Bedlinen and towels provided (Bathrobes provided in the double room)
- Electricity and oil central heating.
- Cots and highchairs available.
- Spacious play barn - table-tennis and fitness equipment, this
spacious room will keep everyone entertained on wet days - a great,
communal space for relaxing and planning your next walking adventure.
- Ample parking.
- Private patio area with furniture and BBQ.
- Pets welcome.
- Excellent mobile reception.
- Catering available.
- Local pub is a mile along a public footpath (2 miles by car)
- Further accommodation for 12 people (18 if using the sofabeds) can
be provided by booking Bramble Cottage and Orchard View Cottage .
While you are there...
For those looking for an active holiday this location offers a huge
choice of outdoor activities and sports. With some of the best cycle
routes in the region you'll be spoilt for choice. The incredible Gospel
Pass is 5 miles away allowing direct routes into the Llanthony Valley,
Offa's Dyke Path, and the National Cycle Route 42. The cottages are
also ideally located near The Begwyns, an upland moorland area. Largely
unexplored, there are no set walks just a vast, wild and beautiful area
With the River Usk a few minutes walk away, water enthusiasts can enjoy
canoeing and fishing. Further activities such as hang gliding,
shooting, rock climbing, abseiling, gorge-walking, rafting, pot-holing,
golf, off-road driving, paint-balling, orienteering and quad-biking can
all be arranged locally, with nearby Llangorse Lake being a popular
destination ? this is a real hotspot for outdoor activities.
Discover Hay-on-Wye - If outdoor pursuits aren't really your thing or
you've simply run low on supplies head the 3 miles into Hay-on-Wye. The
'Town of Books' is fascinating, the shops there will not only provide
for all your practical needs but also offer hours of browsing. There
are boutique clothes shops, antique dealers, retailer's catering for
crafts and interiors amongst many other things. There are some
excellent pubs and restaurants and the most wonderful, old-fashioned
Clyro 2 miles, Hay-on-Wye 3 miles.
If you would like to speak to someone who has visited this property
please ask for: Elizabeth, Carolyn, Sophie or Ann
Pets information: Pets are allowed at this property by prior
arrangement only.Extra charge may be payable(up to £20 per pet per
week).Please contact the holiday cottage agency directly after booking
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