Welcome to TriCounty Tours
Looking for a day out in magnificent mid Wales? Historic Herefordshire? Stunning Shropshire? Then look no further.
As you arrive on the borderland that separates England from Wales – where the counties of Powys, Herefordshire and Shropshire meet – you’ve reached a gateway to some of the most beautiful places in the UK. Whether it be sunrise on the Hay Bluff (above the famous town of books) looking down on the ‘Dragon’s Breath’ or driving in snow in the Elan Valley.
From the vantage of our VW minibus “Eddie”, let us show you the sites and sounds of the region that is the Welsh Marches. We offer chauffeur driven personal guided tours that include:-
- The Elan Valley – mid Wales’ answer to the Lake District
- Stokesay Castle – A glorious fortified Elizabethan manor house
- Soar Y Mynydd – One of the remotest chapels in Wales
- Mediaeval Castles – Old and even older
Herefordshire’s black and white village trails
Strata Florida – Ruins of a cistercian abbey
Hereford Cathedral – Home to the Mappi Mundi and Chain Library
Picturesque traditional market towns
– Just a handful of the things to enjoy on days out with TriCounty Tours.
We offer five tours from which to choose which can be personalised to suit your own tastes and budget. The tours are divided into specific county tours –
Shropshire – as well as tours that cross county borders.
Our tours will take the high roads to hills and mountains, the low roads to the valleys and lakes and a variety of other spectacular and beautiful routes across this enchanting borderland.
First we suggest you look at the Tours page to see the range of tours we offer – the location and landscapes you might like to see (there’s a map to help you get your bearings.) Secondly, when a specific tour appeals to you or you’d like something adapted to your own ideas, get in touch with us by using the information on the Contact and Book a Tour pages to send us your questions and we’ll get back to you to discuss the next step. You can also just telephone us for a discussion about ways and means, costs and timings, using the information on the Contact page.
Don’t forget to include your own contact details and bear in mind that the more you tell us the easier it will be to personalise a tour.
Have a look at the calendar on the Book a Tour page to see what dates are available, check out the Local Weather (on the right) and the links to interesting local events and information sites on the Things to Do page.
We look forward to hearing from you!