English Hostels : Hostel accommodation at Symonds Yat on the River Wye

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Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse, Ferrie Lane, Symonds Yat West, Herefordshire HR9 6BL

This beautiful riverside pub has been standing on the banks of the River Wye since the 15th Century. With charming traditional features, warming open fires and stunning views across the valley, Ye Old Ferrie Inn is the ideal base for your exploration of the Wye Valley.

Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse, adjoining the inn, is the perfect place for you to hang up your rucksack, kick off your walking boots and relax. There are two bunkrooms, sleeping 6 and 12, which are cosy, practical and affordable. You can watch the world float by on the two riverside terraces and meals are available in the inn which serves traditional pub food, locally sourced.

The inn also has double B&B rooms with riverside views. The area is ideal for canoeing, walking and rock climbing.

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Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse | English Hostels : Hostel accommodation at Symonds Yat on the River Wye

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01600 890 232

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Rooms & Beds:

20:1×14, 1×6 + dbl B&B rooms.

Open:

All year, all day.

Price per night:

From £15 per person. For sole use please ring to enquire.

Booking:

Book by phone or email.

Submaps:

Offas Dyke

Ask for:

Jamie

Directions:

From A40 Ross-on-Wye to Abergavenny road take junction signed Whitchurch/Symonds Yat West (B4164). Stay on B4164 and take slight left at Ferrie Lane and continue onto Washings Lane.

Public Transport:

Train stations at Newport, Lydney, Hereford or Gloucester. Regular buses from Monmouth or Ross-on-Wye.

This accommodation is available to individuals and is on the Offa's Dyke path.

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Wild Swimming in the River Wye

Wild Swimming in the River Wye

Experienced tuition at Ye Old Ferrie Inn, with great food and a riverside bunkhouse

Experience a swim on the Wild Side at Ye Old Ferrie Inn on the River Wye.   Experienced swimmer, Angela Jones,  has been swimming in the Wye for 25 years.  She runs weekly swims and can provide swimming tuition for groups visiting the bunkhouse.  Find out more at www.run-wild.co.uk.   Ye Old Ferrie Inn is a family run riverside pub that has been standing on the banks of the River Wye since the 15th century.   With  warming open fires, great food and a riverside bunkhouse.   Get out of the river to a welcome at the bar and stunning views across the valley.

Canoeing on the River Wye

Canoeing on the River Wye

Ye Old Ferrie Inn at Symonds Yat provides rest and restoration on the Wye.

If you enjoy messing around on rivers then you would love a holiday canoeing along river Wye.  It is easy to arrange canoe hire from one of the companies along the river.  They will meet you upriver and collect you a few days latter further down.  You can camp for a night or two or B&B,  and then and stay at Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse when you come to Symonds Yat.  The old Inn faces the river, with a wide broad patio stepping down to the river and excellent for portage at Symonds Yat.  The Inn has a welcoming atmosphere and serves good food and ale.  The upstairs bunkrooms overlook the river.  There is a room for 6 and a larger bunkroom for 14.  There is also B&B in double rooms.

Hidden Gems

Hidden Gems

For the visitor who likes to find those hidden gems, you can discover unique wildlife and stunning scenery for yourself. Sense the tranquility the Wye Valley has to offer.

For the visitor who likes to find those hidden gems, you can discover unique wildlife and stunning scenery  for yourself. Sense the tranquility the Wye Valley has to offer.

An Exploration of Coppett Hill

We recommend a walk on  Coppett Hill to take full advantage of the beautiful scenery the area has to offer. The walk takes you on a circular tour to Coldwell Rocks, home of the Peregrine falcon, and back on a route offering commanding views towards the Malvern’s, Marcle ridge and the Black Mountains.

An Outing to Trellech Beacon

High above the Wye on the Trellech Plateau, commanding a magnificent panorama is Trellech Beacon also known as Beacon Hill. It can be approached from the village of Trellech and any trip to the viewpoint could be easily combined with a wander around the village.

A Picnic at The Narth

In the beautiful woodland surroundings of Manor Wood at the Narth. Manor Wood has a picnic site and rustic children’s play area where you can let little one’s run wild.

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