Ye Old Ferrie Inn

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Ferrie Lane Symonds Yat West
Symonds Yat

Ye Old Ferrie Inn, Symonds Yat

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On the idyllic banks of the River Wye this 15th-century pub offers bright rooms with free Wi-Fi and spectacular river views. It serves fresh seasonal food and local real ales. Ye Old Ferrie Inn is located amongst the beautiful Herefordshire countryside of Symonds Yat with numerous scenic walking trails near to the inn.

Canoeing is available on the river. The menu at the inn changes daily and serves fresh home-cooked food made with local ingredients. The inn offers a range of Hereford and Wye Valley ales and ciders.

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