Canoe Hire / River Guides      
 

 

 

 

 

We have a number of  inflatable canoes which are available for hire which you will need to pre book by telephone. These will accommodate 2 to 3 Adults depending on the model and the costs are as follows  30 a day,
49.99 for a whole weekend, or 5 days for 85 or 99.99 a week, all you need to do is pay a 100 fully refundable damage deposit via credit card  and away you go.

We even do a try before you buy scheme whereby if you have paid to hire a canoe from us and you like it so much that you want to buy one from us at the end of the hire period, we will let you use the money which you have already paid us to put towards the cost of buying a new canoe from us.

 

                    Tango TA300  ( 35 per day)                                 Sevylor Colorado ( 30 per day)


Suggested Trips :- if you fancy doing the whole journey by river  from Hereford to Redbrook it will take you around 4-5 days gentle paddling. You can start your trip from wherever you like. Ross on Wye to Monmouth is a very nice trip which you could do over a weekend, or if you just want to do a day trip Hereford to Hoarwithy, or Symond Yat to Monmouth is very nice, or you could do the whole lot in stages over several weekends, the choice is yours, hopefully this will give you some ideas. 


Hereford
(A beautifull small cathedral city on the banks of the River Wye with a population of 55,000, with plenty of Shops + Hotels + B&B's + Restaurants and Historic Buildings )


Photo of Hereford (click here for more detailed information)

 

Hereford to Holme Lacey (10 miles or around  3 - 4 hours canoeing)
(Holme Lacey has a Camp Site www.lucksallpark.co.uk )


Holme Lacey to Hoarwithy
(9 miles or around  3 - 4.5 hours canoeing)
(Hoarwithy has a Camp Site www.tresseckcampsite.co.uk + B&B + excellent local pub with good food ) 


Photo of Hoarwithy (click here for more detailed information)

Hoarwithy to Ross on Wye (10.75 miles or around  3 - 4.5 hours canoeing)
(Ross on Wye is a Beautifull market town with a Camp Site + B&B's + Hotels + Restaurants + Pubs + shops and historic buildings)


Photo of Ross on Wye (click here for more information)

Ross on Wye to Kerne Bridge (5.25 miles or around 2.5 hours canoeing)

Kerne Bridge to Symond Yat (8 miles or 3 - 4 hours canoeing)
(Symonds Yat has a Camp Site + Pub + a series of hotels  and B & B's and it has got a distinctive ferry service across the river and stunning views from Symond Yat Rock)

Photo of Symond Yat East (click here for more information)

Symond Yat Rapids (very tame in summer, not too difficult but alot fun for all the family)

Symond Yat to Monmouth (5 miles or 2.5 hours canoeing)
(Monmouth is a beautifull small historic market town, it has a Campsite + B&B's + Pubs and Hotels and Shops)

Photos of Monmouth (click here for more information)

Monmouth to Redbrook (3 miles or 1.5 hours canoeing)

Photo of Redbrook with its Boat Inn (click here for more information)


The beauty of inflatable canoes is you are free to go off and do exactly what you want when you want in your own time frame as long as you return your canoe by 6.00pm on the agreed return day.

Due to the fact that the River Wye meanders around so much even if you canoe From Hereford to Monmouth you will only be a maximum distance of 18 miles away from your car at any point on your journey. You can either arrange for us to take you back to your car (at an additional cost) or the local taxi firm will charge you around 25.00, or alternatively as our canoes are so easy to carry (we can provide you with a fold up trolley if required) you could even catch a bus back to Hereford from Ross which also stops off at Hoarwithy (Buses run every hour and cost around 5 for a single fare)  or Monmouth to Hereford (Buses run every two hours), or if you go as far as Redbrook you are still only around 20 miles from Hereford by car.

If you would prefer to hire a solid canoe instead this can be arranged but the cost is slightly more as we will have to arrange to drop you off and pick you up.

You may want to take one with you on holiday to France, Spain etc or stay locally and enjoy the beauty of the Wye Valley.

Our helpful staff will point you in the right direction and offer you plenty of assistance to make the most of your trip. Why not follow one of our suggested routes which will include information of the duration of your trip and where you can stay.

 
           
           
 

 
 

For More detailed information on the River Wye and other Rivers please Visit our Canoe Guide Page