Unmissable tourist sites
Hay-on-Wye Travel guide
Hay-on-Wye : Michelin's recommendations
At the northern end of the Black Mountains, this market town is famous for its second-hand bookshops and its annual Literary Festival. The castle dates back to the 12C. South of the town is Hay Bluff, an escarpment of the Black Mountains offering incomparable views over the Wye Valley and deep into Wales.
The Orchard GB - Hay-on-Wye HR3 5PL
Snoozebox @ Hay festival is a transportable hotel which has been set up just for the festival, 350 metres away in an apple orchard. The rooms are modern and practical and there is a bar and restaurant on site. Each Snoozebox room has an en suite wet..
1 CHURCH STREET GB - HEREFORD HR3 5DQ
The Swan at Hay is a delightful family-run hotel where a warm welcome awaits you.As a former coaching inn, The Swan at Hay is full of character, from the original Georgian windows overlooking the garden, to the cobbled stable block next to our car pa..
4 Broad St GB - Hay-on-Wye HR3 5DB
Grade II listed 16C pub, reputedly the oldest building in town. Wide-ranging menus: bar and terrace offer blackboard classics; formal upstairs dining room comes into its own in the evening.
26 Lion St GB - Hay-on-Wye HR3 5AD
Characterful part-13C inn with lots of old world charm. Traditional menu offers tasty, honest dishes, hearty portions and plenty of choice, with more favourites on the board. Bedrooms boast either antique furnishings or rich colours and modern bathro..