Wye Valley National Landscape / Tirwedd Cenedlaethol Dyffryn Gwy

canoeing on the river Wye

At the heart of the Wye Valley National Landscape flows the river Wye, which has created one of the finest lowland landscapes in Britain. In the north, the river flows through softly rolling countryside across the Hereford plain. Downstream from Ross-on-Wye the river races over rapids and through stunning gorges. The Wye marks the boundary between England and Wales, and the route of Offas ancient defenses can still be seen along the landscape. Offas Dyke long-distance park and the Wye Valley Walk provide great walking routes and a way to view the landscape. High above the Wye, just off Offa’s Dyke and close to St Briavels Castle, the quirky bunkhouse at Camp Hillcrest offers access to the national landscape by providing good value hostel-style accommodation. It can be booked by the bed, by the room or for sole use of the whole bunkhouse.

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Outside of the bunkhouse with a garden chess set

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