Cottage Farm B&B

Cottage Farm B&B

Cottage Farm Bed & Breakfast is only 4 miles from Hay-on-Wye, located on a quiet country lane with off-road parking. Here you can enjoy a genuine Herefordshire breakfast from local producers, including eggs from our own chickens that roam freely among miniature horses, donkeys, sheep, native orchard trees, and a conservation area complete with a natural pool.

We offer a twin room or double ground floor bedroom which share one bathroom. An option to have private use of the bathroom which is alongside the bedrooms is available.

Situated on a quiet country lane surrounded by green fields with the opportunity for walking in all directions. The night sky is almost perfect for watching the stars and we can provide a telescope and books to add to your enjoyment.

Families are welcome with all the necessary facilities available along with books and toys.

Come and visit our mini ark and enjoy the freedom, fresh air, and home comforts of Middlewood whilst enjoying your passion, whether it's walking, cycling, biking, horse riding, canoeing, family history, or photographing historical sites. This bed & breakfast provides great value for money and is conveniently located at the head of the Golden Valley where it meets the Wye Valley just outside Hay on Wye.


March to end of October
  • Amenities

    • Breakfast available
    • Secure cycle storage
  • Welcomes

    • Children welcome
  • Parking

    • Free parking
    • Private parking
  • Facilities

    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Historical Interest
    • Rural location
Cottage Farm B&B

Directions & Parking

Map pin Cottage Farm
Nr Hay on Wye
At the head of the Golden Valley and Wye Valley between the B4352 and the B4358. Nearly all sat navs bring you to Cottage Farm as the centre of the postcode. Parking is opposite the front gate and fully off the road.

Caring For The Planet

We Recycle all rubbish where possible. Food is sourced locally from George's the Butcher in Talgarth where meat is slaughtered on site from local Farmers. We use homegrown tomatoes and eggs. Some scraps are fed to the chickens and ducks if suitable, and our semi feral cats and the dog can often find a space for odds and ends. Solar panels on the roof give electricity into the house and put surplus onto the national grid.
  • Composting
  • Eco-cleaning products
  • Energy from renewable sources
  • Recycling (>75% of all waste)
  • Refillable cleaning products and toiletries

Cottage Farm B&B Recommends

Take a walk up our Mountain, Merbach, with views of seven old counties. Walk along ancient tracks possibly walked by Roman soldiers, follow the trail to Arthur's Stone a Neolithic burial chamber.