Countryside views with a river in Symonds Yat

Luxury Cottages Wye Valley

Wye Valley Holiday Cottages

The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, straddling England and Wales, boasts some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK. It is the perfect destination for a cottage holiday in the countryside, outdoor pursuits, lunching in country pubs and visiting gorgeous riverside towns.

On the Welsh side, visit Haye-on-Wye, known as the town of books and famous for its literature festival. On the English side, there’s Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire that attracts antique hunters with its trail of vintage shops.

If you prefer to explore the countryside, the Wye Valley is ideal for walkers and cyclists. Meanwhile, it’s the River Wye that attracts those looking for a kayaking or canoeing adventure where the sights and wildlife can be relished from the tranquillity of the water.

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Ross-on-Wye, Wye Valley

Wye Valley Manor

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Hay-On-Wye, Wye Valley

Hay Market House

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Oban Bay House

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Sandwich, Kent

Paisley Cottage

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Portloe, Cornwall

Blue Horizon

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Beadnell, Northumberland

Sandy Toes

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Ysgubor Wen

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Great Hockham, Norfolk Coast

Hockham Grange

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Mottram St Andrew, Cheshire

Skyfall

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Lake House

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Harrogate, Yorkshire Dales

Tinkers Folly

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Salcombe, Devon

Ocean Eyes

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Amberley, Cotswolds

Winston Manor

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Dartmouth, Devon

Georgian House

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Pudleston, Herefordshire

Big Barn

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Little Haven

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The Byre

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The Best Things to Do in the Wye Valley

From gentle country rambles to challenging hikes, Wye Valley is a walkers’ paradise with something for every ability. With so many links to film and TV series, there’s even a film trail where you can spot the backdrops to Harry Potter, Doctor Who and Star Wars, to name a few.

Just across the river is Hereford city with its fabulous 11th century cathedral, museums, shops, restaurants and riverside walks. And in Ross-on-Wye, kids will love roaming the ruins of Goodrich Castle.

To the north of Wye Valley lies the Black and White Village trail, a 40-mile circular route through timber-framed medieval settlements, many of which are in the Domesday book. The trail is well signposted and you can pick it up at any point either by foot, bike or car.

Hay Market House, Wye Valley

Dog-friendly Cottages in the Wye Valley

There’s lots for pooches and their owners to enjoy in Wye Valley. As well as an abundance of exciting walks to tire your furry friend out, many eateries and attractions welcome dogs.

Well-behaved pets can make themselves at home inside one of our dog-friendly cottages. If your dog is particularly inquisitive, look for one of our cottages with an enclosed garden to avoid them taking themselves on an unscheduled walk.

For advice on bringing a dog to Wye Valley, speak to our Guest Services team.

Living room at Hay Market House, Wye Valley

Cottages with Log Fires in the Wye Valley

Nothing spells traditional English cottage quite like a crackling log fire. After a day out in the fresh air, look forward to feeling that warm glow as you curl up with a cuppa and flick through a good book.

Whether it’s a romantic getaway or family holiday with your pooch, our cottages with log fires offer the ultimate indulgence.

Our log fires are regularly maintained and well stocked with wood ready for your arrival. All you need to do is strike a match and enjoy.

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If you have any questions about any of our cottages or if you’d like some help with your booking, you are very welcome to get in touch with us.

We are always happy to help and go out of our way to tailor your perfect UK holiday.

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0121 517 0350
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Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 4pm
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Luxury Cottages, C/o WeWork, 55 Colmore Row, Birmingham, B3 2AA