There are four venues for the Winter Weekend: The Swan Hotel, The Auditorium (on the site of the Cattle Market), St Mary’s Church and the Parish Hall. All are within a few minutes' walking distance of each other.
There is a scheduled bus service (Service 39) from Hereford and Brecon to Hay-on-Wye, operating six days a week, Mondays to Saturdays.
The nearest bus stop is opposite the main car park.
The 39A Hay Ho! bus runs on Sundays at 11.25, 14.55 and 17.25 from the Oxford Road bus stop in Hay, to connect with trains to London, the Midlands and the North at Hereford Railway Station. £6 adult single fare.
First Bus and Rail-bus tickets are also valid on the Hay Ho! bus on Sundays and Bank Holidays. The bus departs from Hereford Railway Station and returns from Oxford Road, Hay-on-Wye.
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Hereford bus station is served by coaches as follows:
From London Victoria, London Heathrow, Cirencester and Gloucester
From Bradford, Leeds, Sheffield, Derby, Birmingham and Worcester
Railway enquiries: 08457 48 49 50
The nearest railway station is Hereford, twenty miles away.
Hereford train station is served by regular trains as follows:
Taxi-share scheme is available from:A2B Taxis 01874 658 899 Hay Bus Hay Taxi 07974 106 656 Julie's Cabs 07899 846 592 Radnor & Kington Taxis 07831 898 361 / 01547 560 205
The Festival venues are located in the centre of the town. There are a wealth of challenging, enjoyable, breathtaking and health-inducing walks to be had around Hay.
Hay-on-Wye is cycle-friendly and you can hire bikes in town at Drover Cycles on Forest Road, where you will also find Drover's fully stocked bike shop and workshop open 7 days a week for repairs and servicing.
THE SWAN HOTEL