Leaving the ‘Town of Books’, the river gently winds through tranquil countryside, through stretches of river renowned for large catches of trout and salmon which, late in the year, can be seen leaping. Kingfishers, otters and herons are spotted regularly on this section finishing just beyond the picturesque bridge at Bredwardine at one of the best campsites in the uk – Byecross Farm.
To get more information about Hay-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, Shepherds Parlour, The Granary, Origin Pizza (Take-Away)
- Racquety Farm , Baskerville Hall, Hay Tourist Info, Visit Hay
- Racquety Farm , Baskerville Hall, Pottery Cottage, The Bridge, The Swan Hotel, Hay Tourist Info, Visit Hay
- 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