Transport Links and Travel Information


There are excellent transport links to get you to the start of the Southern section of the Wye Valley Walk  and safely back home again.

By Air

Bristol Airport

www.bristolairport.co.uk

From the airport, a taxi is the easiest option.  They cost around £54 from Bristol airport to Chepstow.

*Note that the National Express takes you to Cardiff first and can take up to nearly 4 hours to reach Chepstow. 


By Train

www.thetrainline.com or 

www.nationalrail.co.uk

Arrive/depart: Chepstow station 

Arrive/depart: Hereford  station

 

National Express

www.nationalexpress.com

Arrive/depart: Thomas Street, Bus Station, Chepstow

There are no stops near Hay-on-Wye.

Buses

For buses and train links in Wales:

www.traveline.cymru  

Tel: 0870 6082608

For buses and train links in England:

www.traveline.info

Tel: 0871 20022

By Car - Long Stay Car Parks

www.apcoa.co.uk/parking/bristol/bristol-parkway-main/

£42 per week

Daily rate £8.40 – weekdays and £5.00 weekends  

Contact Monmouthshire County Council to arrange long stay parking in Chepstow.

Daily rate (approx.) £4.40 (check with council).

www.monmouthshire.gov.uk/car-parks/parking/ 




For more information on trains, coaches and local buses for the southern section of the path, please see this really good resource on the National Trail website.  (Although it relates to Offa's Dyke Path many of the towns and villages it covers are shared with the Wye Valley Walk

https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/offas-dyke-path/public-transport-map 

 There are numerous taxi services along the path, too many to list but if you need help finding one, please let us know.