17 Chancery Lane,
Low season £285 - £375 pw.
Mid season £350 - £425 pw.
High season £425 - £550 pw.
Short breaks £160 - £275.
Discount for couples.
For further details please contact:
Mobile: 07771 524940
Last minute vacancies during weeks:Reload this mapChancery Cottage is a beautiful stone and oakbeamed cottage set in the heart of Hay-on-Wye, and is nestled in a quiet cul-de-sac of stone cottages. A delightful cosy, yet spacious cottage, which sleeps four.
30 Aug, 6 Sep, 13 Sep, 20 Sep, 27 Sep, 4 Oct
- Large comfortable oak veneered floor living room which benefits from both an open gas-fire and central heating. It is equipped with a colour television (welsh transmitter) with DVD and cd/tape and ipod dock music centre.
- Upstairs are two carpeted double bedrooms, both beds are fitted with orthopedic mattresses for comfort. Please note the second bedroom is smaller and has a small double bed with no hanging space.
- Bedlinen and duvets are supplied but not towels.
- The spacious kitchen/breakfast room is fully fitted with a hand-painted kitchen and warm Spanish terra-cotta coloured ceramic floor tiles. It has an automatic washing machine, electric cooker, microwave, larder fridge.
- The spacious bathroom is equipped with a bath and separate powershower unit.
- A stable door leads from the kitchen to a private stonewalled patio with garden furniture at the rear of the cottage. A perfect location in the summer for breakfast, or star gazing at night.
- Weekend or weekly breaks available.
- Private parking for one car is available at Chancery Court. Parking outside the cottage for loading and unloading.
A small market town which lies on the Wales/England border mid on the banks of the River Wye. It is situated just off the main Hereford Road approximately 21 miles from Hereford or 15 miles from Brecon. Over recent years it has become famous as being the largest second-hand and antiquarian book centre in the world. Hay-on-wye is excellent for spending time browsing in the many varied book and print shops or relaxing in the fine cafes, restaurants and hostelries which the area has to offer. The surrounding breathtaking scenery of the Black Mountains and the Wye River offers such delights as pony trekking, cycling, canoeing, fishing, sailing, and hill walking.