A delightful, detached C17th stone character cottage near Hay-on-Wye, rurally located (with the sound of the nearby mill stream) down a narrow lane with some other properties, just outside Llanigon, 2 miles SW Hay-on-Wye within Brecon Beacons National Park. Large enclosed natural garden, superb walking from the door, abundant wildlife, local pony trekking, canoeing and cycling. This Hay-on-Wye cottage has three bedrooms (two with 5' doubles, the other a single + large folding bed), cosy Victorian bath/shower room, second WC downstairs, lovely beamed kitchen and sitting room with a woodburner in the stone fireplace. Washer/dryer, fridge/freezer, Aga, TV (+ Sky), DVD, oil-fired central heating, incoming phone and free WiFi access. Excellent inns in the locality and within easy driving distance of many places of interest. No smokers, please. Towels available @ £6 per person per week.
Now has Wi-Fi; woodburner instead of open fire, Electricity & heating included
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This Access Statement has been prepared by the owner for your information; it is the most recent version that we have received.
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This cottage is dated 1667 and therefore has some uneven surfaces and period appropriate fittings. It is set at the end of a narrow lane, across a ford, with good parking. Access to the cottage is directly from the lane via a side door and front door; both of these entrances have a slight step up. Access to the enclosed rear garden is up a short flight of stone steps, and access to the enclosed garden is up a short flight of stone steps, or up a gentle grass slope, through a narrow gate. The garden itself is without flat, paved paths. On the ground floor is the kitchen with dining area and living room, as well as a boot room and lavatory. Rooms are open and uncluttered. The connecting area from the living room to the kitchen has a small step and low doorway. The staircase is enclosed, with a turn half way up, and with a hand rail. The two bedrooms are on the same level at the top of the stairs. A third bedroom and the bathroom with shower/bath/basin are up a small step. Walls are mostly pale with the exception of one bedroom and the bathroom, with doors clearly contrasting. Lighting is good downstairs, in the bathroom and in the corridor areas, and bedside lighting is provided in the bedrooms. The TV has remote control. There is a telephone. Power points are no higher than waist level, except for in the kitchen. Door handles are mostly latches at shoulder level.