Situated in a peaceful rural setting, overlooking the River Arrow, HALLS MILL HOUSE is an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful countryside of the Welsh border, the Black Mountains, Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley. Walk Offa’s Dyke or one of the many other footpaths. Follow the Black and White Village Trail. Hay on Wye is famous for its bookshops and festivals but still retains its market town atmosphere. Evening meals available by prior arrangement. Singles welcome at £40.00.
Directions & MapNearest town or village: KINGTON
FROM HEREFORD FOLLOW BRECON ROAD, A438 FOR 14.5 MILES TO WINFORTON (THERE IS A SHARP BEND 2 MILES AFTER LETTON (13 MILES FROM HEREFORD)). 4 MILES AFTER PASSING THE SUN PUB IN WINFORTON, JUST AFTER PASSING WHITNEY ON WYE ON RIGHT PASS A ROAD LEADING TO A TOLL BRIDGE TO CLIFFORD AND HAY ON WYE ON LEFT. AFTER 0.75 MILES TURN VERY HARD RIGHT AND UP A STEEP HILL TO BRILLEY. PASS THROUGH BRILLEY LEAVING SCHOOL ON RIGHT AND TAKE LEFT FORK TOWARDS HUNTINGTON. AFTER 200 YARDS GO OVER CROSSROADS AND AFTER 0.5 MILES TURN RIGHT TOWARDS HUNTINGTON. AFTER 0.5 MILES, HAVING CROSSED RIVER ARROW TURN RIGHT MARKED NO THROUGH ROAD. AFTER 200 YARDS TURN RIGHT DOWN SHORT HILL TO HALLS MILL HOUSE IN FRONT OF YOU
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