Accommodation, Guest House / B&Bs in Glasbury on Wye
The Harp Inn
For over 300 years, The Harp Inn has been one of Wales’ most iconic pubs, which is situated in the beautiful village of Glasbury, close to the English border. Since 1720, The Harp has offered guests the very best of Welsh welcomes, offering four comfortable rooms, all very reasonably priced, and a good value for money menu, with fresh, locally sourced produce. Andy & Sally have created something very special here at the Harp, which includes live Harp sessions, played in the Irish tradition on the first Saturday of the month. On the other Saturdays, there are other live performances, but you are best checking in with Andy & Sally, to confirm just exactly what their diary holds. With a good sized car park and great little beer garden, the pub has a great atmosphere.
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The Harp Inn, Glasbury, Hereford, UK
Wye Valley Canoes
Ask yourself this; have you ever seen anyone look miserable as they paddle a canoe? The answer is a resounding no, and so for a special fun, life-affirming trip, visit Wye Valley Canoes & Bunkhouse, which sits on the eastern bank of the
Need an ice cream moment? Then wait no longer for all of your ice cream dreams to really come true at Shepherds Parlour, a charming coffee shop situated in the dynamic town of Hay-on-Wye. Using fresh and frothy sheep’s milk, you can wrap
Leave your own world, and instead enter the wonderful world of the Grade II Listed; Three Tuns Pub and Restaurant. Situated in the charming, historical town of Hay-On-Wye, there’s a warm and friendly welcome waiting within for visitors and locals