🚐🚖🚍 Bookings being taken for Hay Festival 23rd May - 2nd June
Our 4 seat Taxi is a retired Post Office van. Often seen trundling up and down the Wye Valley. Jess, a little black and white cat comes along for the ride too. Meow! We can fit one canoe on roof rack, or two kayaks on Thule Hull-a-Port Pro's.
Capacity to tow 8 Canoes/kayaks with plenty of room for camping gear too.
New Tarpon SOT. Can't wait to get out on the river!
A popular launch point at Glasbury Bridge. Facilities include public toilets. A nearby fuel station, with a well stocked shop/Post Office and cafe. Top class dining establishments - Foyles, The River Cafe, and a lovely local pub The Harp Inn.
Famous of course for it's books 📚
A beautiful Welsh border town. which will give you a wonderful welcome. It's not ALL books you know. There's a fantastic range of shops, unique clothes/retro/new and old. Art galleries, and shops that sell beautiful things,
Whitney Toll Bridge. A historic bridge. which rattles, and clanks as you drive over it. Quite an experience to paddle under it! Hot and cold drinks avaliable, bacon butties too. Camping, and a very warm welcome.
Further downriver is the Boat Inn. Delicious pub meals, and generous portions too.
Camping available just yards away from The Boat Inn at The Pound Campsite - shower block, and toilets provided for campers.
A campsite, in an old orchard. Camp fires allowed. Excellent facilities too - shower block, shop, and cafe. A firm favourite for a stopover on the river Wye.
Hereford. Bulmers Cider. and Hereford cattle. Plenty to see and do here. Mappa Mundi - a historical map of the world. Hereford Cathedral, The Black House and Cider Museum.
Hereford Rowing Club offer camping.
One of the UK's TOP 5 Caravan Sites static and touring. An immaculate site. Tent pitches available. On site shop and restaurant.
Tresseck Campsite, with the nearby New Harp Inn. Portaloo. and cold running water. Campfires allowed. Peaceful and quiet. What more do you need?
Ross on Wye