We say: “If you really want to see the heart of the Wye Valley – canoe it!” Bredwardine to Hereford is an almost perfect stretch of the river– this is what canoeing the Wye is all about. Starting at the picturesque red brick bridge of Bredwardine, the river then meanders past brobury Scar (a high red sandstone cliff, clothed with beech woodland down to the water’s edge) and the famous Georgian estate of Moccas Court. This is followed by the not overly challenging Monnington Falls and National Trust Weir Gardens.
For more information on Wye canoeing, call us on 01497 820604.
Places to eat, drink, and sleep
- The Blue Boar, Three Tuns, Baskerville Hall, The Swan Hotel, Tomatitos, Hay Tourist Info, Visit Hay
- Racquety Farm , Baskerville Hall, Hay Tourist Info, Visit Hay
- Racquety Farm , The Start Bed and Breakfast, Baskerville Hall, Pottery Cottage, The Bridge, The Swan Hotel, Hay Tourist Info, Visit Hay
- The Spread Eagle Inn, The Wye Inn
- Hereford Rowing Club, East Friars
- East Friars, Sink Green Farm
- The Hope and Anchor Inn, The White Lion
- Ross on Wye Rowing Club, The White Lion
- The Hope and Anchor Inn
Symonds Yat East
- Saracens Head, The Royal Lodge
- Symonds Yat East Campsite
- Saracens Head, Garth Cottage, The Royal Lodge