In many cases, the apples that are the worst for eating are the best for cider-making. You want a lot of tannins, which don't taste great. I've made some awesome ciders with blends of the following (some are good for eating too)...
Rome, Paula Red, Winesap,Spartan, Wolf Rivers, Red Astricans, Northern spys, Jonathans.
I'd plant a pear tree as well. Because Perry is just effing amazing. And its good for blending.
Oh and 1-2 crabapple trees for blending.