Wye Valley Walk Accommodation

Wye Valley Walk Accommodation and Other Services

RambleFest displays details of the Wye Valley Walk accommodation, camping, guidebooks and maps, pubs, where to eat, and public transport

Wye Valley Walk accommodation

As well as actually walking the route, people need Wye Valley Walk accommodation, places at which to eat and drink, and public transport. That is mainly what these pages are about.
The Wye Valley Walk Long-Distance Footpath is “A perfect mix of hill and river walking” from Chepstow to just past the source of the River Wye. It is 136 miles in length, and passes through the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and through many lovely villages along the route, as well as the market towns of Chepstow, Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford, Hay-on-Wye, Builth Wells and Rhayader, heading for the source of the River Wye high in the Hafren Forest. Just past the source of the Wye, the Wye Valley Walk connects to the Severn Way.
The Wye Valley Walk pages are intended for anyone who loves the countryside and wishes to find accommodation, camping, pubs, restaurants, camping shops and public transport on or close to the long-distance footpath. To make use of these pages you do not have to walk the whole route, nor even part of it, but if you do, good luck to you.

Wye Valley Walk Accommodation and Other Services Table

Please click on a location to open the page displaying Wye Valley Walk Accommodation, Camping, Pub and Restaurant information for that location.

LOCATIONMILES
OFF ROUTE
FACILITIES
ChepstowHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant,
Train,Bus
TinternHotel, Pub, Restaurant
BrockweirB&B, Pub, Restaurant
LlandogoHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant
WhitebrookB&B, Restaurant
PenalltPub, Restaurant
RedbrookB&B, Pub, Restaurant
MonmouthAll Services
Symonds YatHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant
Goodrich½Hotel, Pub, Restaurant
Kerne BridgeHotel, Pub, Restaurant
Ross-On-WyeHotel, B&B, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Camping Shop, Bus
Fownhope¾Hotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant, Bus
MordifordCamping, Pub, Restaurant, Bus
Hampton BishopPub, Restaurant, Bus
HerefordHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant,
Train,Bus
Portway1 
BredwardineHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant
Hay-on-WyeHotel, B&B, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Camping Shop, Bus
LlowesCamping, Pub, Restaurant
GlasburyHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant, Bus
Llyswen½Hotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant, Bus
Trericket BridgeB&B, Camping
Builth WellsHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant,
Train, Bus
Newbridge-on-Wye½Hotel, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Bus
RhayaderHotel, B&B, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Camping Shop, Bus
Llangurig¼Hotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant, Bus
GlangwyCamping
Pant Mawr½B&B
Source of River WyeWater!
Rhyd-y-BenwchPicnic table and toilets
Llanidloes

8Hotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant,
Camping Shop, Bus

Wye Valley Walk Guidebooks and Maps

Notes on Wye Valley Walk Accommodation

Tintern, on the Wye Valley Walk

We display a wide range of accommodation type, e.g. B&B, Guest House, Hotel, Inn, Hostel, Self catering, camping, etc., but inevitably in some locations the accommodation is limited. Not all accommodation will offer evening meals; this needs to be ascertained with the individual landlords. B&B (Bed and Breakfast) is almost always within the same house, farm, etc. as the people who run it. Guest Houses are usually expected to be grander than B&B, but are not necessarily so. Hotels are grander still, and with the expected higher cost, although there is a range of hotel quality. Hostels offer the most basic of accommodation above Bunk-House and Camping, and are therefore among the cheapest. Quite often some cleaning is required on the part of the resident.
We have included Camping, although there are relatively few official campsites. We advise telephoning the individual sites for info on facilities. Also, it may well be worth telephoning farmhouse B&B to enquire about camping.
We are always looking to improve our information, and welcome Wye Valley Walk accommodation recommendations.

Wye Valley Walk Restaurants and Pubs

Some ramblers will be content to stay in their B&B in the evening and relax. Others will want to explore the villages and towns and sample the pubs and restaurants. Luckily, many pubs serve good food, and at a reasonable cost. As mentioned above, there is plenty of stopping points along the Wye Valley Walk, whether for food or drink, and we have attempted to give as much information as possible on pubs and restaurants, especially regarding pubs serving real ale and/or food. However, restaurants and pubs are notoriously changeable. Please let us know if our information is out of date.
Please refer to the table below for pubs, restaurants and other services along the Walk.

Wye Valley Walk Public Transport

We have included public transport information at the relevant locations on the Wye Valley Walk, but to help those planning their walk we have included the whole public transport information on a single page: Wye Valley Walk Public Transport

Wye Valley Walk Links

Powys County Council: Wye Valley Walk

Wye Valley Walk Photographs Etc

There is always room for your Wye Valley Walk photographs and walk logs – just email them to us. Alternatively, if you have them online you can send us the link.

Wye Valley Walk Circular Walks

We welcome suggestions for circular walks along the Wye Valley Walk. Please give us as much info as possible, eg distance, refreshment stops, description etc and we will add a map and a link.

Wye Valley Walk Updates and Recommendations

RambleFest welcomes updates and recommendations to our Wye Valley Walk Accommodation and services pages. Please contact us with details, using our Listing Upgrade page. All our listings are free.


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Wye Valley Walk Accommodation — 1 Comment

  1. Hi Chepstow Walkers are Welcome a volunteer not for profit group and each year we organise an annual walking festival at Chepstow exploring the Lower Wye VAlley and beyond. This years Chepstow Walking Festival is 24th – 28th April 2019. The aim of the group is to encourage people to get outside and enjoy the outdoors through a love of walking and attract visitors to the area to boost the local economy. We are involved in lots of projects including path-care, Walk for Health etc. Take a look atthe programme which will be online in early February there are 35 walks with several fringe events and there is bound to be something that appeals.

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