Welcoming, cosy & quiet location.

Pretty Welsh Stone Period Cottage in centre of Hay with Modern Amenities.

Perfect Location for exploring Hay with all shops, restaurants, bars and cinema virtually around the corner.

Free Wifi & private parking space.

Pet friendly (well behaved dogs most welcome, max 2 dogs).  

Please email for availability and cost.


4 STAR Chancery cottage.  Self Catering (sleeps 4), is perfectly located in the centre of the town in one of the prettiest lanes in Hay so you can walk everywhere and leave your car safely parked during your stay.   Quiet, stylish and pretty this welcoming Welsh stone cottage with wooden beams, large living areas and very comfortable beds is an ideal place to stay for exploring the Brecon Beacons.

Bookings are direct so please email or call  as we are here to make sure you have a relaxing and comfortable stay at the Chancery.

“Perfectly positioned, cosy & comfortable..”

Authentically Welsh hand picks the finest, local welsh foods and delivers them direct to your home or to Chancery  cottage – a bespoke service which enhances your holiday experience delivering a taste of Wales to your fridge and giving you more time to enjoy the beautiful Welsh scenery.


REVIEW Left on Aug 18, 2017 for a stay in Aug 2017.  Beautifully positioned in a quiet location but right in the heart of Hay. Quaint, comfortable with all the modern amenities – including Wi-Fi. A lovely sunny courtyard for a glass of wine in the evening sunshine and all the restaurants and bars of Hay virtually just around the corner. the private parking spot was a particular boon.




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Dates for the diary
Hay Festival of Literature:
25th May-4th June 2017

Royal Welsh Show:
14th to 27th July 2017

Steam & Vintage Rally, Hay:
13th August 2017

Green Man Festival:
17th to 20th August 2017

Abergavenny Food Festival:
16th & 17th September 2017

Winter Fair Builth Wells 27th & 28th November 2017

Lovely cottage – very comfortable & well equipped. Hay is very pretty – short drive to the Brecon Beacons — Sherry, John and Ben, 2016