No 10 Dulas is a cosy Victorian stone cottage with stream-side garden and parking and is tucked away in a quiet corner of Hay-on-Wye. Backing on to the Dulas Brook, but only 5 minutes’ walk to the shops, restaurants, pubs and amenities that Hay has to offer. No 10 Dulas has recently been fully refurbished with everything you need for a relaxing stay and to explore the area.
No 10 Dulas has a cosy sitting room overlooking the garden, with sofa and armchair, Freesat TV, DVD player, fast WiFi access, dining table and has the added benefit of a gas flame effect log burner for those chilly winter evenings.
The modern fitted kitchen is fully equipped with integrated electric hob, oven & grill, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine.
The bright modern bathroom has a large walk in shower, heated towel rail and underfloor heating.
Upstairs are two bedrooms, one with a king-size double bed and the other a single bed, both bedrooms have plenty of storage space. The cottage has central heating throughout and constant hot water.
Guests have exclusive use of the cottage and garden during their stay. There is dedicated off street parking space for up to two cars at the side of the cottage.
The garden has a lockable outbuilding where bikes and other equipment can be stored safely, with heating to dry your wet outdoor gear.
The garden backs onto the Dulas Brook and has two patio areas, one near the house with a large picnic table. The second looks over the Dulas Brook where if you are lucky you can watch Otters play, Kingfishers catching their lunch and Dunnocks nesting close by. If you are really lucky you may even see a hedgehog or two wandering along the river bank.
We provide all bed linen, towels and bathroom essentials including shampoo and hand soap. The kitchen is well equipped and includes all the basics including tea towels, kitchen roll, washing up liquid, dishwasher tablets and condiments. The local supermarket is 5 minute walk away. Directions to the cottage and key code will be provided to you before your stay.
Discount for bookings of 7 nights or more.
Hay-on-Way is world famous for its second hand bookshops, and is fast gaining a reputation for its antiques and collectibles shops and has many other independent shops. Work is due to start on the renovation of Hay Castle during 2018 to create a unique new center for culture and education. Hay-on-Wye is also famous for the annual Hay Festival of Literature & Arts held for ten days at the end of May.
Hay-on-Wye is also well placed to explore the Brecon Beacons National Park. At over 500 square miles and including Pen Y Fan, the highest peak in South Wales, the park is a paradise for all lovers of the outdoors. Two long distance footpaths, Offas Dyke and the Wye Valley Walk, both pass through Hay-on-Wye. Excellent fishing can be found on the River Wye for which day tickets can be bought locally, or why not hire a canoe and explore the river.
Hay-on-Wye is also ideally situated for visitors to the annual Royal Welsh Show at Builth Wells in July, as well as a host of the other events and shows held at the Royal Welsh Showground throughout the year.
Herefordshire also has much to offer with its Black & White timber-framed buildings, Cider Making or visit the 13th Century Mappa Mundi at Hereford Cathedral.