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Smallbrook Cottage Hay on Wye
Smallbrook Cottage is a beautiful retreat right in the heart of Hay-on-Wye. With three bedrooms, there’s room for up to six guests to find a little piece of rustic bliss in one of the UK’s most desirable towns. Originally a family home, the cottage has been renovated with a view to maintaining the original period features whilst bringing the utilities into the 21st century. Think roll top baths, roaring log fires and tasteful, period interior design.
We are located only two minutes walk from the centre of Hay-on-Wye, and an equal distance to the idyllic, meandering River Wye. There are plenty of activities on offer in the locality including gorgeous walks, canoeing and outdoor pursuits.
The cottage is also a only a stones throw from The Institute of Art and Ideas: globe at hay. One of Wales’ favourite arts centres, it offers a whole range of entertainment including art exhibitions, comedy and music. As a little treat, guests at Smallbrook are treated to free tickets to all events during their stay.
To find out more about Smallbrook Cottage or to book please visit the Smallbrook Cottage website.
We are fully booked for HowTheLightGetsIn festival but visit Riverside Festival Camping for idyllic glamping, right on the banks on the river Wye.
Luxury Yurts and Festival Camping
Our boutique yurts make for an unforgettable ‘glamping’ experience. Hand-crafted and uniquely designed, positioned a stone’s throw away from the banks of the River Wye and views of The Black Mountains, you will be centrally located for both HowTheLightGetsIn Festival and Hay Festival, and the centre of Hay-On-Wye. From our mini yurts perfect for 2 people, to our larger yurts that can fit up to 6 people, or even our Platinum Luxury yurts, each of which is uniquely decorated, we have a variety of boutique yurts available to choose from. With plenty of access to luxury toilets and showers, including a pamper parlour, and a dedicated reception team available 24/7, our yurts are a cosy hotel-style retreat to recuperate after a jam-packed day.
Hay on Wye
Hay-on-Wye is a small town with a BIG reputation and it’s no surprise given the location. It is surrounded by beauty, encapsulated by the rolling hills of Radnor to the north, the dramatic Black Mountains to the south, The Golden Valley falling away to the east and The Brecon Beacons blossoming to the west.
Abergavenny and Brecon both lay within half an hour’s journey, each with bundles of charm, culture and history. For the adventurous amongst you, there’s a wealth of activity centres offering anything from quad biking to paintballing and rafting to mountain biking.