This beautiful riverside pub has been standing on the banks of the River Wye since 1473.

(which means beauty in Hebrew!)

In 2010, I had the good fortune to buy this little piece of history and return home to the place where I had grown up. Home it certainly is, as I am part of the fifth generation of my family to have lived in this area.

This beautiful, family run, riverside pub has been standing on the banks of the River Wye a little longer and dates back to the 15th century. With charming traditional features, warming log fires and stunning views across the Valley, Ye Old Ferrie Inn is the ideal place to enjoy the breath-taking countryside that surrounds it.

Set in a recognised Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Symonds Yat and Ye Old Ferrie Inn are perfectly located for exploring the Wye Valley, The Forest of Dean and the surrounding areas.

So whether you are looking for fun packed days, gentle walks through the forest or along the river, or you simply just wish to sit and watch the world go by, a stay at Ye Old Ferrrie Inn offers it all.


YOFI, in collaboration with Lauren Gilmore, have created the clothing brand “Wye Go With The Flow”, offering sustainable and responsibly sourced leisure wear & local produce.

We have ‘Wye Go With The Flow’ T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies and caps, in a range of different colours.

Pop in to check out our very own ‘Wye Go With The Flow’ gin, which is a one off collaboration with @silvercircledistillery.


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🥁🥁🥁 Introducing local Doward boy... Robin Fletcher!

Jamie and Fletch go back years - they even went to playgroup together!

Fletch and Leon now own and run YOFI Paddlesports.

They are now offering half day canoe experiences, as well as canoe and SUP hourly hire, and SUP instruction.

For more information;
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Wrong name…

And stunning picture of another riverside pub in Symonds Yat…

That said, we are absolutely thrilled to get a mention in Waitrose & Partners Weekend Magazine this week (Issue 699).

Thanks very much Waitrose & Partners and @ashbhardwaj 🙏
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Historians believe the Romans used hand pull ferries to link the Iron Age hillforts of Symonds Yat and Little Doward.

Fast forward to the early 1800’s, there used to be around 25 ferries between Ross-on-Wye and Chepstow, when industry was booming and the Wye was a barrier to be negotiated.

Today there are only 2 in operation…
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