Craswall 

self catering holiday accommodation at the foot of the black mountains


Craswall is 7 miles from Hay-on-Wye, at the foot of the Black Mountains and on the banks of the River Monnow. The area is surrounded by farm land in some of Herefordshire's most beautiful countryside, with access to a number of public footpaths. There are numerous pubs and restaurants in the area and a village shop within 3 miles.
River Cottage Craswall near Hay-on-Wye sleeps 2
A converted stone barn which offers open-plan living with a sofa bed in the lounge for +2. French doors lead out onto a private garden area with patios, garden furniture and barbecue. There is drying area, secure storage and plenty of parking. This property offers one double bedroom with......
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The Old Man Cottage Craswall near Hay-on-Wye sleeps 4
"The Old Man" as the cottage has always been called is situated on an ancient Drovers Road on a Common of approx. 150 acres which is designated a "local nature reserve" for its wealth of natural undisturbed wild life and unusual plant life, badgers regularly visit the garden in the .....
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The Birches Craswall near Hay-on-Wye sleeps 8
This is a wonderful, spacious and very recently renovated 17th century large stone farmhouse. It is set in a working hill farm in the stunning Valley that runs from Hay-on-Wye through Craswall to Ewyas Harold and Abergavenny. The Vision, made famous in Bruce Chatwin's "On the Black Hill" is just.....
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Dukes Farm Barn Craswall near Hay-on-Wye sleeps 15
Dukes Farm is a working farm which offers 3 converted barns which together can sleep 15 people. The larger barns are situated side by side and the one bedroom barn is across the courtyard. The larger of the two barns has a dining table to seat 15 people so everyone can eat together in comfort.....
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Dukes Farm House Craswall near Hay-on-Wye sleeps 15
Stunning views in the most remote and scenic part of southern Britain. Accommodation of a luxury standard: underfloor heating, English oak fittings, antique furniture, high quality electrical goods, pure down duvets & cotton bedding, excellently equipped and supplied with consumables..... Dukes Farm terrace
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