Chancery Cottage - a holiday cottage in Hay-on-Wye, HerefordshireCHANCERY COTTAGE
17 Chancery Lane,
Hay-on-Wye,
Hereford,
Herefordshire
HR3 5BL

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Sleeps: 4.
Pets welcome.
No smoking.

Low season £350 - £395 pw.
Mid season £395 - £525 pw.
High season £525 - £635 pw.
Short breaks £195 - £375.

Pets are most welcome £25 per week or short break £15 per weekend per pet (maximum 2 friendly dogs permitted).

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For further details please contact:



Chancery Cottage  is a beautiful stone cottage set in one of the prettiest Lanes in Hay-on-Wye. Perfectly located with easy walking to all the town's local amenities. A delightful cosy, yet spacious cottage, which sleeps four. Private Parking. Wifi included. Pet friendly.

Accommodation:  
  • Large comfortable living room with oak veneered flooring with an electric wood-burner effect fire and central heating so cosy and welcoming. Equipped with a colour television (welsh transmitter) with DVD and cd/tape and ipod dock music centre. Off the living room there is a large sit-in fully fitted stylish kitchen will modern luxuries including automatic washing machine, dishwasher, microwave, freezer, larder fridge and electric over and gas hob.
  • The cottage has a ground floor spacious bathroom which is equipped with a beautiful roll top bath and separate power shower unit with an extra large rose for a luxurious shower. There is a heated towel rail and central heating for additional warmth.
  • There is a stable door leading from the kitchen to the rear stone walled enclosed patio with garden furniture. An ideal space to dine alfresco in the summer sunshine or star gazing at night.
  • 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 limited hanging space.
  • Bedlinen and duvets are supplied but not personal towels. These can be hired for a small charge.
General details:  
  • Weekend or weekly breaks available.
  • Private parking for one car is available at Chancery Court. Parking outside the cottage for loading and unloading.
HAY-ON-WYE
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.
 



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CHANCERY COTTAGE
17 Chancery Lane,
Hay-on-Wye,
Hereford,
Herefordshire
HR3 5BL

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Sleeps: 4.
Pets welcome.
No smoking.

Low season £350 - £395 pw.
Mid season £395 - £525 pw.
High season £525 - £635 pw.
Short breaks £195 - £375.

Pets are most welcome £25 per week or short break £15 per weekend per pet (maximum 2 friendly dogs permitted).

_________________

For further details please contact:


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Chancery Cottage  is a beautiful stone cottage set in one of the prettiest Lanes in Hay-on-Wye. Perfectly located with easy walking to all the town's local amenities. A delightful cosy, yet spacious cottage, which sleeps four. Private Parking. Wifi included. Pet friendly.





Accommodation:   General details:   HAY-ON-WYE
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.
 



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