A dapper local inn overlooking fields. Dine with delicious food, sleep in smart rooms. Dogs, families and walkers welcomed with open arms.
A comfy and cosy straw and clay-built retreat near Hay - stargaze from the veranda, snooze by the wood-burner, wander the garden
Bring boots, maps, your dog and an appetite for high places and deep comfort in cleverly restored farm buildings - space, light, long views
Snuggle in with Welsh blankets, slate floors, a roaring wood-burner and a hamper full of goodness in the Black Mountains
This small, family-run Wye Valley hotel is super-friendly and serves great food. Walk, cycle, canoe in stunning countryside
A lovely big house with huge riverside gardens and an easy-going charm - a 15-minute walk from bookish Hay-on-Wye
A Sawday’s Community Champion: sweet cottage on the estate of celebrated artist Sir Sidney Nolan's former home with 250 acres to explore
After trekking Offa's Dyke, return to a cosy wood-burner stocked with logs and a sumptuous bed - you'll love this country retreat for two
A majestic renovation of a Victorian 'model' farm with underfloor heating, open plan design, light bright lines and not a whiff of IKEA
Spacious, stylish, contemporary with a dollop of green living - hit the bookshops in Hay, canoe the Wye. Great for families
Stylish rooms, an informal vibe and some lovely local food make this a welcoming base for the Malvern Hills and beyond
Lovely old house with award-winning restaurant and indoor swimming pool. Sleeps up to 18 so just the ticket for a big family gathering
This fine old house has the style of a small hotel and the intimacy of a boutique B&B – expect river views, stylish rooms and a warm welcome
Beautifully restored medieval hall house – perfect for big family gatherings, with separate cottage, replica steam train and secluded garden
Shed your urban cares here with a gorgeous living space, woods to wander, streams to play in and stunning views for country-lovers
Books, binoculars and a table by the river – this stylish honeymooners’ cottage in a sun-dappled glade is awash with treats
Stylish Grade II Georgian house in the heart of Hay. Explore the town, walk Offa’s Dyke, roam the beautiful Black Mountains. Superb food too
You’re immersed in deep countryside at this reinvigorated pub that puts a smile on your face – handsome and quirky with great food
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