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Chapel Cottage, Oxford Road, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR3 5DG, United Kingdom

Telephone: 01497 820144 From overseas: 44 1497 820144

Opening hours
10am to 4.30pm - Monday to Saturday.
10am to 2pm - Sunday.

Visiting Hay for the first time? Please read this page.

Hay Tourist Information bureau is located close to the main car park.

Selections of maps, leaflets and booklets are available at the Centre and members of staff are happy to assist in any way they can.

On display in the Centre is information about the many activities the area has to offer.

Information is also available on accommodation in the Hay-on-Wye area and further afield. Visitors to the Information Centre may book accommodation through the Centre for a fixed charge, regardless of the number of telephone calls required to obtain accommodation.

2017 Brochure.
If you would like a copy of
the current Information Guide for Hay-on-Wye,
please click HERE.
Downloadable Electronic versions of each section HERE.

A few comments from our Visitors Book....

"Such a wonderful place! Books, hikes and good people."
Helen and Debbie Blair, Alabama and Chichester

"Very helpful and friendly. A great help."
Colin and Kyoko, Thailand

"Very friendly assistance. Thanks very much."
David and Louise, Dorset

"Lovely TIC and lots of information etc."
Ailsa and Roger, Wigston, Leicester

"Lovely to access tourist information. Friendly and helpful."
Mr and Mrs Downes, Herefordshire

"Very excited about being here to celebrate Independence Day!"
Nick and Gill, Burnham, Buckinghamshire

"Delightful place! Lovely countryside and terrific book hunting."
Harry and Mary, Brockville, Canada

"Marvellous place. Very helpful, friendly staff and people."
Bernie, Cheltenham, Gloucester

"Youngest person to walk the perimeter of Wales."
Sophie, Llanelli

"Very helpful and enthusiastic assistant."
Paul and Janet, Clitheroe, Lancashire

"Walking in the Wye Valley is wonderful!"
Lisa, Tallahassee, Florida USA

"Very helpful advice given. Many thanks."
Margaret, Scotland

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