The flat is ideally located in the centre of Hay on Wye. Accessed via a door off Memorial Square on Market Street and up a wide flight of original wooden stairs, which ascend to the lobby, lit by a window with views out over the rooftops of Hay to the Radnorshire Hills.
The bedroom has a king-sized double bed with an en suite shower room and toilet.
The main room is light and airy with the original ceiling height from when the space was first used as a Manorial court room. To the Southeast the windows look directly at Hay castle, with its' Norman Keep, Jacobean Manor house and medieval wooden gate, which is believed to be one of the oldest in Wales. On market days you can look down at the bustling square filled with tempting local produce, fresh food and an interesting array of stalls.The flat has a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable seating area, with large three-seat sofa, gas central heating and an electric heater for extra warmth. Locally-made art, sculpture and wall paintings give the space a homely feel and once settled in you should be able to find everything you may need in Hay from the doorstep.The accommodation offers:
Free Wi-Fi, radio, DVD player & flat screen TV.
Own car parking space, 3 minutes walk from the flat. In addition free overnight car parking immediately adjacent to the property (6pm-9am).
Fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, fridge & modern gas oven.
Living area with three seat sofa, armchair dining table with 4 chairs, plus 2 extra folding chairs, bookshelves, games and a wide selection of books (this is Hay on Wye after all!).
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