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Take in the beauty of the Wye Valley

The Wye Valley, carved over millennia by the River Wye, is quite rightly designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It covers over 125 square miles along the England-Wales border, from Rhayader and Hay-on-Wye to Hereford and Chepstow, and thanks to its impressive limestone gorge scenery is considered one of the UK's most dramatic scenic areas.

Take to the water

The River Wye offers much for fans of watersports, with Ross on Wye one of the best places to find canoe hire facilities. There, the river is relatively wide and flat, so perfect for those new to the water - but there are more challenging places Nearby for more experiences paddlers.

Take in Chepstow's charms

The historical town of Chepstow, set alongside the Wye as well as the River Severn, is a delightful place to spend a few days, with its ancient architecture, public art and good shopping. Chepstow Castle, the oldest surviving stone castle in the country, is also a major draw for tourists.

Looking for accommodation Near Wye Valley? Travelodge Hereford Hotel and Travelodge Hereford Grafton Hotel at the northern end of the valley both offer quality rooms at low prices, while Travelodge Bristol Severn View M48 Hotel is ideal for those heading from the south.