Wye Valley Wanderer
Monday 1st April 2024 to Friday 5th April 2024
The Wye Valley was designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1971 to protect the special features that make it one of the finest lowland landscapes in Britain. Straddling the English and Welsh Borders the Wye is one of the nation’s favourite rivers, known as the birthplace of British Tourism at 185 miles in length the Wye is the country’s fourth longest river.
The Bells Hotel. Lords Hill COLEFORD GL16 8BE 01594 832583
The Bells Hotel and Country Club combines traditional elegant style with convenient modern facilities to ensure your stay is relaxing and welcoming as possible. Nestled in the heart of spectacular Gloucestershire countryside and situated on an 18-hole golf course close to the town of Coleford. All rooms are en suite with all normal facilities.
On Easter Monday we travel to the Wye Valley through the Cotswolds stopping for lunch along the way. Our week will include a visit to Hereford, Abergavenny on Market Day and the Brecon Beacons, Forest of Dean and steam train ride. Friday morning, we journey down the Wye Valley to Chepstow then over the Severn Bridge and along the M4 motorway towards home.