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The Bullring, Hay-on-Wye, HR3 5AG, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf course (within 3 km)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special diet menus (on request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not possible).
Packed lunches, Laundry, Trouser press
Newspapers, Non-smoking rooms, Allergy-free room, Non-smoking throughout, Designated smoking area
14:00 - 21:00 hours
08:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge for children's cots/cribs.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable.
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Based on 92 reviews
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Surrounded by beautiful scenery but just a few minutes' walk from Hay-On-Wye's centre, this charming inn has a traditional wooden-beamed bar.
Score from 174 reviews Very good
Set in the beautiful Welsh countryside, this 16th century building has been transformed into a comfortable guest house with an indoor swimming pool and sauna.
Score from 176 reviews Fabulous
In Hay-on-Wye, The Swan At Hay is positioned between the Brecon Beacons and The Black Mountain.
Score from 107 reviews Good
In Crickhowell, the Dragon Inn has views of the mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Park. It offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi, a full cooked breakfast and free parking.
Score from 209 reviews Fabulous
The bed in room 11 was very comfortable....breakfast was pretty good also.
very disappointed with the general experience...no hot water at first ..then water not hot enough...no food available in the evening !! No heating put on in bedroom for 3 nights!!! We were the only residents......Reception area looked like a bombsite ...workmans tools!! Ladies toilets broke for 2 days....Will not be returning...which is regretable
Good brekfest, but cold plat on the first morning. Shower and bed was great The Times
The location was excellent and useful car parking. Comfortable bed and good shower.
For the price we didn't think the quality of the room and breakfast was quite good enough. Fittings in the room were scruffy. no attention to details such as hairdryer, no top up of biscuits on second night. Breakfast was quite mean for the price. Food available restaurant was nothing like described.
Food choice breakfast basic for this level of price No record of booking
Everybody I came across were helpful and friendly.
Excellent room, good food, good value for money.
Friendly staff. Good bed and facilities in the bedroom.
Choice of food for evening meal limited and stops serving early. Breakfast starts at 8am although will do a little earlier by request. The premises need a good handyman to do repairs.
Walked into a cobweb in room as arr'd. The 2ndary dbl glazing opened but neither outer window did!! The sink was unclean. The shower from the bath taps had no hook! The fan didn't work so it steamed up the room. The staff were nobheads and breakfast + room poor
Central location and friendly staff
Location central to the village. Room on third floor very quiet.
Grubby carpet, dusty softfurnishings, dated furniture and bedding, flat pillows. Although bathroom has been redecorated, there was no holder for loo roll- had to reach around to get it off top of cistern, no shelf in shower for soap, etc, no bags in sanitary bag dispenser. Tea bags were so stale the tea was undrinkable.
Nice, helpful caterering staff despite kitchen flood and fab brekky.
Unhelpful manageress - " I wouldn't know how much a taxi back from Hereford would cost as I rarely go" a nice receptionist would ask someone or say "but Ill find out for you" Wifi wasnt working on my visit and I didn't like the policy on hotel - bought- only- food in the rooms - I liked the idea of the packed lunch on the website for my kayaking trip but it was just fully priced items from the bar. would have cost a fortune for a can of coke, baguette, crisps and snickers (that would make a decent packed lunch) So little things really that added up to not recommending to friends. They wouldn't want me back anyway - I flooded the kitchen at 7am as the bath overflow wasnt attached!!....eeeek
The location was easy to find after a long days walking. The evening meal was good and the staff very helpful. Nice room , quiet and comfortable. The staff were also helpful in giving me a lift back to the point where I stopped walking the previous day.
The morning was a little chaotic as members of staff had not arrived by 08.00 and the breakfast chef had to do everything - which he did well and with good humour.
Excellent staff and great food
Refurbished room. Good layout in the room Hotel in good location and central for everything. Will certainly stay again.
some of the hotel is a bit tired but they are working on it.
The attic room we stayed in had recently been renovated. It was clean and comfortable.
The hotel was overpriced in comparison to others we stayed in throughout England and Wales. We were charged 125 Pounds for the one night, considerably more than similar quality accommodation we had stayed in on our trip. The hotel does serve a good breakfast but there were no evening meals available. The hotel is adjacent to the local social club, it was a very noisy venue on the night of our stay.
Central location, clean, friendly staff.nice pub. Lovely breakfast.
Pub was very quiet. The meal booking times were very short and shut earlier than advertised. Original room allocation had not been cleaned, but were moved to a nicer room.
Lovely room, nice small town, real ale. Good parking, nice beer garden, good views. Excellent
Seeing the breakfast chef having a break outside the restaurant window. At least he wasn`t smoking!
I liked the position of the and the room was very comfortable although the shower was a bit weak.
The bar area was cold and had flies flying around, and the food didn't look very appealing. No atmosphere in the bar area and not the warm, cosey look it had on its website - was a bit shabby and uninviting. In fact we had planned to eat there but went somewhere else in the end.
Breakfast was not ready on time and was very ordinary
Lovely room, comfy bed, good breakfast with plenty of choice. Very helpful, friendly staff
This hotel has an ideal location at the heart of Hay on Wye.
Rip off prices for drinks - glass of wine and pint of lager cost over £10! Run down décor in hotel. Noisy social club across the road which empties out at 11.00 pm with much foul language.
Good location, great staff. The rooms are done up very well and are very comfy. Loved the stay!
Nothing - would recommend it to everyone!
Room had been renovated. Very nice bathroom.
Curtains did not cover the windows and the big light shone in. It was over the outside bar so the drunks kept us awake. Breakfast was not ready on time and was very ordinary.
The room was good, clean, with a nice bathroom. The lady of the manor, so to speak, was an extrovert and friendly to talk to.
Their food service was very poor. I ordered something, the (apparently new) waitress forgot to give the order to someone, then when it finally arrived, it lacked one item (per menu, coleslaw)-ordered a burger, with fries. New waitress made a comment out loud to others there, when I ordered only a lemonade instead of a drink. And the same, when I asked for a glass of milk to take upstairs to bed. The person who checked me in, not the owner, tended to display an attitude, perhaps it was her age-she made a comment at one point, inappropriate for someone dealing with the public, I would think, kind of a snotty remark.
The staff were unfailingly friendly and welcoming and made us feel personally valued - not mere customers. We will be happy to return, quite possible with other friends/family.
These are minor matters, but it might help Kilverts score more highly with other clients if a little more attention was paid to slightly dodgy light fittings, bathroom fixtures and the actual provision of the advertised flat screen TV.
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