Once upon a time, there was a 18th Century cottage which became a charming and majestic B&B in the Herefordshire countryside. You can stay here days and it still won’t be enough to take in the enchanting views of the Wye Valley. The rooms are elegantly decorated, have a very cosy feel about them and you could even have your own balcony or patio if you wish. With those views, having a night cap while looking at the sunset is simply incredible. A delicious breakfast, which caters for all allergens, will delight your palate and it is most definitely one of the best in the area. Spotlessly clean with an attentive eye to detail, the hosts are welcoming and friendly. You can ask them anything and they will try their absolute best to answer your query and make your stay as enjoyable as possible. The Smithy B&B is entirely delightful.
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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
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