Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse, Ferrie Lane, Symonds Yat West, Herefordshire HR9 6BL
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OverviewThis 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 as you relax on the two riverside terraces. Meals are available in the inn which serves traditional pub food, all locally sourced. The inn also has double B&B rooms with riverside views. The area is ideal for canoeing, walking and rock climbing. This accommodation is featured on our map of Central England and Shropshire and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:20:1x14, 1x6 + 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.
Directions:From A40 Ross-on-Wye to Abergavenny 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.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Why not finish your Summer off with a walking festival?
July 10th 2019
Join the Ross on Wye Walking Festival 27-29th Sept 2019 and stay in riverside accommodation in the Wye Valley at Ye Old Ferrie Inn.
Ross-on-Wye Walking Festival offers a wonderful opportunity to explore some of the incredible countryside of South Herefordshire, offering dramatic gorges, rolling hillsides, spectactular views, meandering rivers, ancient forests and parkland. Add to this experienced leaders and specialists who will explain a range of really interesting features on these walks from local history, bird-spotting, lost castles, unusual churches, local conservation, steam trains, pre-Roman mining and industrial heritage, ancient caves and local geology formations; and you have a recipe for a great weekend, in a great place, with great people. Top this off with a couple of nights at Ye Old Ferrie Inn Bunkhouse, a beautiful riverside pub that has been standing on the banks of the River Wye since the 15th century.
Fancy a walk around Chepstow and the Wye Valley this weekend
April 25th 2019
Why not join in the walks at this Walkers are Welcome festival and stay in riverside accommodation in the Wye Valley at Ye Old Ferrie Inn.
There are an amazing selections of walks available as part of this festival. From dawn chorus walks to star gazing adventures, with castles and Wye Valley walks between the two. To find out more about the walks taking place this weekend take a look at Friday Walks, Saturdays Walks and Sundays Walks.
Wild Swimming in the River Wye
April 15th 2019
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.