Hay on Wye, Powys
Borders Hideaway is tucked away on the border of England and Wales. Situated in a valley above the sleepy village of Clyro on the Welsh side of the meandering River Wye, opposite the quaint rural town of Hay-on-Wye. Being a small park, you will be guaranteed a haven of peace and relaxation, with panoramic views over fertile green and pleasant countryside - idyllic solitude!
The medieval town of Hay-on-Wye is an excellent example of a county living; there are a vast array of individual owner run stores selling a wide variety of goods. Charismatic tea shops, restaurants and inns vie for your attention - all selling a high standard of fayre. The town is world renowned as the capital of second hand book shops, and each year holds the famous Hay Festival of Literature.
The unique characteristics of Borders Hideaway are the glorious surroundings of the beautiful Herefordshire and Radnorshire countryside, from the verdant and scenic Golden Valley, the dramatic Black Mountains and the spectacular Brecon Beacons to the calm tranquillity of the River Wye.
The area offers many activities: enjoy traditional past-times of country, hill and mountain walking, pony trekking, bird watching, salmon and trout fishing, golf and cycling, or enjoy exploring the black and white villages and quiet country lanes. For the more energetic there is canoeing, abseiling, gliding, rope climbing, caving, gorge walking, quad biking, white water rafting.
Gem in the Herefordshire/Welsh Borders 1.5 miles from historic Hay On Wye, the world capital of second hand book shops. Ideal retreat for couples of all ages.
Leominster, A44, A4112, A438, enter Clyro village, right signposted Painscastle, 0.5 mile on right. Only 1.5 hours from West Midlands.
1st January to 31st December