๐Ÿ›ถall things canoe and kayak ๐Ÿ’ฆ

'Patmobile'

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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.

Our 8 seat minibus

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Capacity to tow 8 Canoes/kayaks with plenty of room for camping gear too.

This is me!

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New Tarpon SOT. Can't wait to get out on the river!

river access points that we cover

Glasbury on Wye

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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.

glasbury on wye

Hay on Wye

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Famous of course for it's books ๐Ÿ“š

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,

hay on wye

Whitney on Wye

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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.

whitney bridge

Byecross

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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.

Byecross campsite

Hereford

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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.

hereford rowing club

Lucksall

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One of the UK's TOP 5 Caravan Sites static and touring. An immaculate site. Tent pitches available. On site shop and restaurant. 

Lucksall park

Hoarwithy

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Tresseck Campsite, with the nearby New Harp Inn. Portaloo. and cold running water. Campfires allowed. Peaceful and quiet. What more do you need?

Tresseck campsite

Ross on Wye

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Ross on Wye

Kerne Bridge

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Kerne Bridge

Symonds Yat

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Symonds Yat

Monmouth

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Monmouth

Chepstow

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Chepstow