The Anglo-Saxon city of Hereford, Leominster (The Town in the Marches) and the stunning Victorian Abbey-Cwm-Hir in mid Wales are just a few of the highlights of this tour through the protected Wye Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its dramatic limestone gorge scenery, dense woodland and the beautiful, meandering riverscape.

Surrounded by 3 acres of landscaped gardens, the 3-star Three Counties Hotel, just outside Hereford, is a family-run hotel perfect for Coach Parties. All rooms are en-suite with flat screen Freeview & Sky televisions, hairdryers, tea & coffee making facilities and room safes. Free wi-fi is available throughout the hotel. There is 24 hour room service and a laundry & dry cleaning service. Over half of the bedrooms have ground floor access.

This a holiday packed full with lots to do every day,  with all your entrance included. There is a river cruise on the River Wye, as well as visits to Symonds Yat, Leominster and the Cathedral City of Hereford.4

Your entrances are includes to Abbey Cwn Hir Hall, Hereford Catherdral, the Leominster Folk Museum and Rover Wye Cruise.

Your Go WightAway Holiday includes:

Return Coach Travel with Allocated Seat

Half board, en-suite accommodation

Hairdryer, Freeview TV, Free Wifi

Double (sole Occupancy) £10pn

3 Day Trips Out in Herefordshire & the Wye Valley

Entrances to Abbey Cwn Hir Hall, Leominster Museum, Hereford Catherdral

River Cruise at Symonds Yat on the Wye included


Monday  – Travel to Hereford with a stop enroute

Tuesday – Today, we will visit Abbey-cwm-Hir Hall Set in a breath taking location, this 52 roomed hall overlooks the church and 12th Century ruins of the ‘Abbey of the Long Valley’. The Hall is a Grade II listed building and one of the finest examples of Gothic revival architecture in Wales. Our guided tour is provided by the owners, Paul and Victoria, who request that shoes are removed on entry, so bring some slippers with you! In the afternoon we visit Hereford and The Old House and Cathedral

Wednesday – Leominster and the Black & White Village Trail. Explore this exquisite English town at leisure, being careful not to miss the original ducking stool in Leominster Church and the Folk Museum, before visiting some of the prettiest black and white half-timbered villages in the area, such as Eardisland, Pembridge and Weobley

Thursday – River Wye Cruise & Ross on Wye. No visit would be complete without a stop at Symonds Yat where we take our wonderful 40 minute cruise

Friday – Return home with a stop enroute