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Ross on Wye in Herefordshire Accommodation Hotels Cottages Inns and Pubs
As to be expected from being one of the most visited villages in the Royal forest of Dean, Ross on Wye has a good variety of accommodation in the form of hotels, B&B's, holiday cottages and inns. The village has also a good selection of restaurants and tea shops.
The Chase Hotel, Ross-on-Wye, is a Georgian Country House Hotel situated in 11 acres of beautiful grounds and landscaped gardens. Located within minutes walk of the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye, the hotel is conveniently positioned for leisure and recreational activities, including antique centres, scenic river walks and beautiful countryside.
The hotel has retained many of its original Georgian features, enabling guests to relax and enjoy their stay in comfortable surroundings.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Chase Hotel. Whether visiting on business or pleasure, the hotel aim's to make your visit to Ross-on-Wye a memorable occasion.
The Chase Hotel is an independently owned hotel, allowing personal initiative and flexibility to respond to individual guest requirement.The Chase Hotel has 36 en-suite bedrooms, offering a variety of individual style and decor.
Tariff - Single Rooms from £ 79.00 and Double Rooms from £ 95.00 inclusive of Full English Breakfast.
The Chase, Gloucester Road, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 5HL
A fine Georgian house set in three-and-a-half acres of gardens, lawns and secluded woodlands,
near the lovely market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth
The Pencraig Court Hotel has an enviable position overlooking the River Wye, with unforgettable views across the valley to the Royal Forest of Dean and the distant hills…
Built in 1780, Pencraig Court was occupied by the Rev. W. Holt-Beever. In 1876 it became the home of Sir Humphrey de Trafford, whose family stayed in residence until the 1950’s.
Today it is a Country House Hotel of character and elegance, as well as home to Liz and Malcolm Dobson, the present proprietors, and their daughter Katie.
This fine Georgian house has been tastefully furnished to suit its era. There are many treasured pieces such as the Baby Grand Piano and the magnificent circular oak table in the dining room, which can seat up to fourteen people.
Pencraig Court Hotel Pencraig Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 6HR
Christine and William Reeve-Tucker have owned and personally run the Hotel and Restaurant since 1987, they are justifiably proud of their food and service
Glewstone Court has received numerous awards and accolades over the years and is set amongst fruit orchards in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty overlooking the Wye Valley.
Glewstone Court is ideally situated for countryside pursuits such as touring and exploring, horse-riding, canoeing or golf, or to simply provide the perfect relaxing break. We welcome children and dogs under control and always do our utmost to make sure that your stay with us will be a happy one.
The unique character of the Hotel is reflected in its rooms... polished floors, eastern rugs, open log fires and antiques abound. All the ensuite bedrooms are individual in style and decor and come equipped with all the extras one would expect ...fluffy bathrobes, toiletries, hairdryers, TV, radio, telephone and hospitality tray.
Tariff - Single Rooms from £ 55.00 and Double Rooms from £ 99.00
Glewstone Court nr. Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 6AW
The Kings Head Hotel which dates back to the 14th Century is
situated in the most picturesque street in the centre of Ross-on-Wye
Until the advent of the railways in the 19th Century, the hotel was a small Coaching Inn and during Georgian times it was extended by a second storey, hence the different facade.
All bedrooms include colour TV, Telephone, Trouser Press, Tea & Coffee trays and all are en-suite.
The restaurant specializes in delicious home cooked dishes using local seasonal produce and is open throughout the day serving coffees, homemade cakes, lunches, cream teas and dinner.
The Restaurant also has a 60ft well as its centrepiece.
The lounge is perfect for relaxing with a pre-dinner drink or just to enjoy reading the newspapers.
There is private parking at the rear of the hotel.
The Kings Head Hotel are able to cater for small meetings and functions.
Tariff - Single Rooms from £ 53.50 and Double Rooms from £ 90.00
The Kings Head Hotel
8 High Street Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 5HL
The Wilton Court has been recommended in the Good Hotel Guide since 2003 . They were awarded Restaurant of the Year in the Flavours of Herefordshire Awards 2009 and were Sliver winners in the Heart of England Excellence in Tourism awards 2009 for Restaurant and Small Hotel categories . They were awarded in March 2010 5 stars Restaurant with rooms by the AA the first property in Herefordshire to receive this rating.
After many years of working in five star deluxe hotels in London and Hong Kong including the Shangri-La and Dorchester, Roger and Helen Wynn purchased the Wilton Court in May 2000. Since then the hotel has been carefully refurbished reflecting its 16th century origins and features many objects d' art, rugs and various collectables from the Middle and Far East creating an oasis of comfort and tranquillity.
All ten of the recently refurbished bedrooms have been individually decorated with an abundance of personal touches and are complete with modern facilities, including flat screen televisions with DVD player and bathrooms that enjoy baths incorporating electric miras showers.
Dining guests can enjoy their two rosette award winning cuisine sourcing the best of local produce of Herefordshire and the surrounding counties. Meals can be enjoyed in their cosy wood panelled bar with log fire in winter or the light conservatory Restaurant with its views of the terrace and gardens.
Wilton Court has a stunning riverside location, with its own riverbank frontage and is located a mere fifteen minute walk into Ross on Wye
Whether an intimate occasion for two or a larger gathering for a wedding reception or special occasion for up to 50 guests, the Wilton Court looks forward to welcoming you and ensuring your visit will be an enjoyable and memorable time.
Wilton Court, Wilton Lane Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 6AQ
The Bridge is a proud Georgian Country house with a wonderful atmosphere that will make you feel at home the second you walk through the door.
Set in its well established and partially walled gardens which run down directly to the banks of the River Wye, a more idlyllic location to unwind and take a well deserved break is hard to imagine.
The Bridge at Wilton have eight beautifully appointed en-suite rooms, several restaurant areas, plus adjoning bar and conservatory areas in which to enjoy the famous views across the river to Ross-on-Wye.
The Bridge at Wilton offers superb accommodation. Their rooms seamlessly blend classic furniture alongside contemporary design to create a welcoming environment of true character.
Each of their eight rooms is appointed as you would expect, with their en-suite bathrooms, t.v. and telephone.
Many also boast inspirational views across the gardens and river to Ross-on-Wye.
The Bridge's AA rosette-rated restaurant has a solid base of regular diners from Ross-on-Wye and around Herefordshire, as well as attracting gourmet food hunters from around the country.
Their Head Chef creates unique, exciting and truly imaginative dishes
which you'll savour and remember.
The Bridge at Wilton, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6AA
Welcome to The Chasedale Hotel in the beautiful Wye Valley.
Built c.1870, this large Victorian house "in the dale of the chase", the wooded hill which still provides an impressive backdrop for the Hotel.
Double room with en-suite bathroom, central heating, remote control colour television, radio,and hospitality tray.
All the services at the Chasedale come under the person supervision of the resident directors, especially the cooking. The menu offers a wide variety of dishes including a separate vegetarian menu. Whenever possible fruit, vegetables and herbs from the walled kitchen garden are utilised.
The Chasedale is an ideal centre from which to explore the lower reaches of the Wye Valley (ANOB) and the Forest of Dean to the south, the Malvern Hills and black and white villages of Herefordshire to the north, the Golden Valley, the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains to the west, and Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds to the east.
Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Children welcome. Pets are welcome in the Hotel and to stay in your room free of charge, they are NOT however, permitted in the Restaurant. Under your supervision you are welcome to make use of the garden with your pet. Ample walking is less than five minutes away in the Chase Woods, which are behind the Hotel. There is also an all weather cycle/footpath, ideal when conditions are muddy elsewhere!
The Chasedale Hotel
Walford Road, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 5PQ
May Hill View is a comfortable studio apartment offering 4 Star accommodation on the first floor of a beautifully converted barn with original exposed oak beams.
Situated approximately 20 meters away from the main house the accommodation has wonderful
panoramic views towards the local landmark of May Hill and offers guests privacy in
a versatile property of character.
Guests are welcome to stroll in the orchard and meadow or relax in the Jacuzzi Spa
Hot Tub (by arrangement and at an extra charge).
May Hill View is situated in peaceful rural
surroundings and is an excellent base for exploring this Area of Natural Outstanding
Beauty. Activities such as walking, cycling, canoeing, fishing and golf are all within the immediate area.
Bed and Breakfast Studio Apartment - £35
per person per night, Single occupation surcharge of £20
per night. Self-service Continental Breakfast is included
in the price.
Fear Lower Rylands, Upton
Bishop, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9
Trecilla Farm Bed and Breakfast luxury 5 Star period farmhouse midway between
Monmouth and Ross on Wye, Herefordshire
This Bed and Breakfast is ten minutes drive to Symonds Yat, Wye Valley and Royal Forest of Dean - ideal for walking and fishing on the River Wye. Trecilla Farm has its own fishing rights.
This 16th Century character farmhouse is set in delightful gardens close to Ross on Wye and Symonds Yat. The accommodation in quiet rural location, offers a perfect base for exploring the picturesque Wye Valley and Royal Forest of Dean and also to discover many of Herefordshire's rural secrets.
On arrival, unwind with complimentary refreshments in the Drawing Room or Garden Room. All spacious bedrooms are en-suite and the larger Victorian room has a magnificent traditional sized Four Poster.
Easy access to the historic towns of Ross on Wye (5 miles) and the famous Welsh border town of Monmouth (8 miles). Short drive to the world famous Symonds Yat Rock renowned for its magnificent viewpoint over the 'Horseshoe' bend on the River Wye and maybe a chance to see a rare Peregrine Falcon.
There is much to explore with numerous activities for the outdoor visitor including golf, canoeing, cycling and local walks in the Royal Forest of Dean.
Anne Dew Trecilla Farm, Llangarron, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6NQ
Thatch Close B & B Guest House offers two double en-suite bedrooms and one twin en-suite.
Thatch Close Guest house is a secluded, quiet Georgian Farmhouse set amongst the peaceful, Herefordshire countryside, surrounded by tranquil colourful gardens, ancient hedges with mature trees containing thriving wild life, including badgers, foxes, barn owls, wild flowers, and a free flying parrot. Wake up to birdsong not traffic!
Relax and enjoy your pre-dinner drink on one of their patios or lawns.
Convenient for historic towns and villages, castles, the River Wye, cathedral and abbeys, walking, cycling and shopping.
Although they offer dinner made from locally sourced produce, there are excellent good value pubs and restaurants available. If you have any special needs, preferences or dislikes please let them know, so they can arrange suitable meals for you.
Thatch Close, Llangrove, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 6EL
Granton House offers superior, comfortable en-suite accommodation in beautiful surroundings and serve delicious breakfasts, using local and home made produce
John and Liz Bloxham offer a very warm welcome at Granton House Bed and Breakfast. They are situated between Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire and are close to the Forest of Dean and Welsh Borders. The house has a secluded, south west garden, nestling into the valley and looks onto a conservation orchard and Coppet Hill beyond, which has many interesting pathways and is both a nature reserve and part of the Wye Valley Walk. Hay-on-Wye and Cardiff are less than an hour's drive away. They have private parking and secure lockup for bikes and fishing tackle and facilities to dry clothes for walkers.
Granton House B&B is an ideal location for a holiday or short break, with plenty of activities available locally, e.g. forest trails, angling, canoeing, horse riding or golf, and there are beautiful gardens to visit nearby. The house is also located only half an hour from Chepstow horse racing. Granton house probably dates from the late seventeenth century, when it may have been two cottages.
Granton House, B & B, Goodrich,
Ross-on-Wye, HR9 6JE
A warm and genuine welcome to the home awaits you from John and Jenny Jarvis. Let them help you enjoy a relaxing break and a wonderful change of scene by escaping to a different time and place.
They have the good fortune to be on the cusp of three of the most beautiful counties in the British Isles. and are conveniently situated in the heart of Whitchurch village, just in the county of Herefordshire, 5 miles south of Ross on Wye, and 2 miles north of Monmouthshire and the Welsh border, with the town of Monmouth 3 miles away. Just across the River Wye is the Forest of Dean and Gloucestershire
The House was converted from a private dwelling to a guest house in the 1970s. The house has a wealth of character and charm - not overly large but spacious enough for our guests to feel relaxed and comfortable.
Portland House is wheelchair friendly and accommodate families.
John and Jenny Jarvis regret they cannot accommodate pets, except a working dog in a specific supportive role to its owner. Please note - Portland House is strictly non-smoking
All prices are per person per night including breakfast based on two people sharing Accommodation Type Rate Marstow Room Flexible £30.50 Magnolia Room £32.50 Doward Room Twin £30.50 Ross Suite Family £32 (Children £19.50) Lloyd Suite M1 & M2 Accessibilty £35.00 Monmouth Suite Four Poster £43 pppn
John & Jenny Jarvis Portland House Whitchurch Ross on Wye Herefordshire HR9 6DB
Grade ll listed building dating from Queen Anne times set close to the centre of Ross-on-Wye
This listed building is within easy walking distance of Ross-on-Wye's shops, restaurants and pubs.
All our rooms have king size beds, en-suite facilities, courtesy trays and TVs.
Brookfield House is well positioned for trips to Symonds Yat and Hereford, also an Ideal base for touring the Wye Valley, The Forest of Dean, The Cotswolds, The Malverns and the Black Mountains, and Wealth of tourist information is available from you hosts.
Brookfield House have
Ample private car parking
Double en-suite room from £30 to £34 p.p. per night
Twin en-suite room from £32 to £34 p.p. per night
Family room (parents plus one child) from £75.00 per room.
All prices include Full English breakfast with a vegetarian option.
Please note: Brookfield House operate a non-smoking policy throughout.
Overross Street, Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire, HR9 7AT
Radcliffe Guest house is a friendly, family run Bed and Breakfast establishment
Ideally situated in Ross-on-Wye, we are a short two minute walk away from both the historic market town centre and the banks of the River Wye, where you can follow the Wye Valley Walk or engage in other local activities.
Local activities include fishing, cycling, golf and walking as well as visiting ancient castles, including the fortified, baronial Goodrich Castle, admiring scenic views or just relaxing. Ross-on-Wye town offers a variety of pubs, restaurants, live music and buildings of both historic and scenic interest and is situated within easy reach of the Royal Forest of Dean, Monmouth and the ancient cities of Hereford, home of the 'Mappa Mundi', Gloucester or Worcester.
The guest rooms are surprisingly spacious in this lovely seventeenth century building which is set in a beautiful position overlooking the River Wye.
Radcliffe Guest House has been given a three diamond rating by the English Tourism Council for guest accommodation.
The Radcliffe offer you a comfortable and relaxing stay in one of their six guest rooms, all of which are all tastefully decorated and spacious, well furnished and have heating throughout, en-suite, tea and coffee facilities and colour television. Ironing facilities are also available.
All room rates are inclusive of a full English breakfast.
Radcliffe Guest House Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7BS
We are in the heart of Herefordshire,
4 miles from
Ross-on-Wye and 10 miles from Hereford City
Formerly a working mill, nowadays it is a guesthouse and self-catering cottage with a warm atmosphere in the heart of the local community.
The large gardens are a particular feature of the Old Mill. The Old Mill has many secluded areas with plenty of seating - enjoy the butterfly garden, the fish pond, wildlife pond and the bog garden. The Old Mill attract many wild birds including grey wagtails, long tailed tits, gold finches and great spotted woodpeckers. We have recently been awarded the gold award from the Herefordshire Nature Trust.
The Old Mill offers very spacious and comfortable accommodation. double and twin-bedded rooms are available, with en-suite or showers included in most rooms. There is one double en-suite room downstairs.
The Old Mill can sleep 11 people which is particularly useful for weddings or family groups.
The dining room is spacious and beamed with a French window opening onto the paved gardens which have as a feature, a pond with waterfall and fountain.
The beamed lounge is cosy with a large stone fireplace in which we have a log fire on colder days. We also provide colour TV and video for guests use, together with a selection of books, many of local interest, which guests are welcome to borrow during their stay.
The Old Mill Cottage adjoins the main house and again features exposed original stone and beams. It can either afford total privacy from the main guest house or you can share meals in the main dining room. There is access to the lovely large front gardens for you to enjoy.
The cottage has two double bedrooms, one with a shower room and the other a bathroom. The spacious kitchen is well equipped with an oven, hob, microwave,dishwasher, iron and ironing board. Towels and linen are provided.
New House Farm is a 64 acre working farm ideally situated between
the Cotswolds, the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean
The property is set in a commanding position on the hillside of a quiet valley with far reaching views towards the Malvern hills, yet is within easy reach of both the A40 and the M50.
The Georgian farmhouse, with a cellar dating back to the 16th century, offers two double rooms, one with a four poster bed, and one family room. All rooms are fully en-suite, with tea/coffee making facilities, TV/VCR, hairdryer, and clock radio.
The Farmhouse has 3 bedrooms, one with a queen size four poster bed, one family room with a queen size double & 2 single beds, and one double room. All rooms are fully en-suite, with bath and/or shower, basin & wc. All have tea/coffee making facilities, TV/VCR, hairdryer, and clock radio.
Breakfast is served at a time convenient to our guests,
and if your appetite isn't up to a full English breakfast,
then we can offer something a bit lighter if you prefer.
New House Farm Barrel Lane, Aston Ingham, Longhope, Gloucestershire, GL17 0LS
The Falcon House was built in the eighteenth century and offers 3 double/twin rooms and one family room (to sleep 3 people) on the ground and first floor of the converted Granary. All rooms have en-suite showers, colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities.
The Falcon House is a Georgian Farm House set in the heart of the beautiful Wye Valley. The market towns of Ross on Wye, Hereford and Ledbury are all within easy reach.
For walkers & cyclists The Falcon House is just a mile from the Wye Valley walk at Brockhampton and on the route for cycling from Lands End to John O'Groats.
Falcon House have 4 letting rooms, 2 ground floor & 2 first floor. It is a few yards to the dining room for breakfast & there is some change of level for all rooms.
Falcon House offer a traditional home-cooked breakfast with eggs from our free-range chickens and there are many good local places for evening meals.
There is ample off-road parking in 2 acres of private grounds.
The Falcon House
How Caple, Hereford Herefordshire
The Hill House aim to provide a de-stressing friendly, relaxed atmosphere and subscribe to
the old adage "If it harms none, do-as you please!" Please feel at home
The Hill House is hidden away in over 4 acres of private woodlands. Facing south and west at an elevation of around 500 feet. The views are spectacular:
South towards the mysterious and ancient deep woods of the Royal Forest of Dean.
West into Wales over the beautiful Wye Valley the distant winter snow capped Black Mountains.
We provide the very best quality wholesome food (please state carnivore of herbivore) - sourced locally from small farms who really care. Nearly all organic, GM free and free range. The Hill House supper changes with the seasons but please give some notice as everything is slow (AGA) cooked.
The breakfast feast of British rather than English (Continental if you insist) and can be served in the morning room - sunshine, birds and radio 4 or even in bed, at a time to suit you.
B&B Minimum £25 per person - Maximum £35 per person - Children half price Supper usually around £10-£15 ~ Sauna £4 -£6 ~ Spa £4 - £5 ~ House wine £7 - £10
The Hill House, Howle Hill, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 5ST
The White House Guest House was built around 1720 as a Custom House, but the site had been built on previously and the cellar vaults are reputed
to have been built originally in around 1210
The White House Guest House has an enviable riverside location in Ross-on-Wye town centre and a house guest will be well placed in our accommodation to visit the various local attractions or rambling in the Wye Valley. We are in walking distance of restaurants , pubs and hotels offering Chinese, French, Indian, Thai, Tibetan, Italian, Mexican and traditional British cuisine. There are good motorway connections to make staying at the White House Guesthouse in Ross-on-Wye advantageous for the businessman or lady, 2 hours from Heathrow/Manchester, as well as for people coming to the area touring.
Each of our 7 guest rooms, in our guest house, have white starched linen on the bed, en-suite bathroom or shower and we provide a host of thoughtful extras for our guests. Hearty breakfasts are served in the river view dining room. Early breakfasts available.
We have two four poster guest bedrooms for a romantic stay. (Early booking advised)
Tariff is including Full English Breakfast or vegetarian if you prefer.
Bookings by Telephone/Letter/In person - NOT by e-mail please
The White House Guest House, Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 7BX
Lavender Cottage is a delightful 17th Century Cottage
tucked away in a tranquil location one mile from Ross-on-Wye
Lavender Cottage has fine views of Bridstow Church and May Hill. Ross Church spire stands out clearly against the backdrop of Chase woods and Goodrich Castle. This is an ideal location for touring the beautiful Forest of Dean and the spectacular Wye Valley. Amenities close by include golf and fishing.
Full English breakfast included . Home cooking is a speciality with evening meals if required .
Gill and Mervyn Yemm would like to welcome you to Broadlands
Broadlands bed and breakfast establishment is approximately half a mile from Ross town centre where there are shops, pubs, restaurants and riverside walks, all within easy walking distance of the house. As there is room for up to six vehicles at Broadlands, you won't have to worry about where to park your car when you go into town.
The three very comfortably furnished guest rooms at Broadlands are all en suite and have a colour television and a hospitality tray. The accommodation comprises a family room, which can sleep up to four persons, a double room with a beautiful view of May Hill and the surrounding countryside and there is a twin room. A cot is also available upon request.
The dining room at Broadlands is both spacious and prettily furnished. There is a patio area to the front of Broadlands, which guests are most welcome to use during the summer months. Both the accommodation facilities and the location make Broadlands an ideal place for a family holiday or a meeting up of friends and guests are welcome to bring their well behaved dog with them by prior arrangement.
Tariff: Single: from £28 pn. Double or twin: from £50 pn. Family: from £65 pn.
If you would like further information about Broadlands, please contact Gill or Mervyn at the address given below. They will be very pleased to hear from you.
Broadlands B & B, Ledbury Road, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 7AU
Burton Mill is a Grade II listed, renovated corn mill, providing comfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the picturesque village of Linton,around 4 miles from Ross-on-Wye, in rural Herefordshire.
The mill is on the edge of both the Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley, so is a perfect place to choose as a base for exploring these areas with their opportunities for walking, bird watching, fishing and other outdoor activities.
For those who wish to play golf, there are several courses of various standards within a few miles.
Tariff: Double room from £25.00 per person per night -
from £32.00 per night for single occupancy
Breakfast of local produce is served in the country family kitchen. Although we do not provide an evening meal, there are several local pubs serving excellent food within a couple of miles. We can provide a light supper by prior arrangement.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the garden, which is still somewhat of a work in progress. It is designed to encourage wild life and is visited by a wide range of birds, including a kingfisher, and ducks often stop off at the pond on their way to and from a nearby lake!
Please note that we have a non-smoking policy throughout. As our home was previously a working mill, by its nature it is not suitable for children under 14. Well-behaved dogs are welcome, although we would ask you to keep them in your car overnight, and keep them on a lead as the mill is in a farming area.
There is plenty of off road parking.
Burton Mill Bed & Breakfast, Linton near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Bed and Breakfast Accommodation near Ross-on-Wye and the Forest of Dean
Caroline Anderson invites you to come and stay in her new family home, between Mitcheldean and Ross-on-Wye, where you will be offered a very warm welcome.
Good food is also an essential part of this household and guests will find the home-made food a real treat. Caroline has just been awarded an egg cup by the AA which denotes the very best quality breakfast.
This spacious and airy room has a canopied 5' king-size bed with sofa, TV and Wi-Fi access, making it an ideal place to relax at the end of the day. The sofa can also sleep two and a further foldaway bed can be made available. It has an en suite shower.
Relax in the window seat and enjoy the oak beams, a black iron fireplace and antique pine furniture which are the features of this room. It has an extra king-size double bed (or two twin beds), TV, Wi-Fi access and an en suite shower.
The Cider Room
Another large room with oak beams and a window seat. It has twin beds, TV, Wi-Fi access and a private bathroom with bath & shower next door, with bathrobes available.
All our rooms have beverage trays with a selection of tea, herb teas and coffee, and a biscuit jar. We provide fresh milk. There are hot water bottles, a good range of bathroom toiletries, an alarm clock and a hairdryer in each room. Also available on request are a trouser press, an iron & board, shoe-cleaning kit, use of the telephone and a laundry service.
Wharton Lodge is a charming Georgian country house, set in 14 acres of delightful mature parkland
on the Herefordshire/Gloucestershire borders
It consists of three high quality 5 star cottages and a delightful apartment
Situated some three miles from the historic town of Ross-on-Wye , adjacent to the Royal Forest of Dean with its renowned scenic walks and close to Symonds Yat , this area contains some of the most picturesque countryside in Great Britain, with the Wye Valley immortalised by the Romantic Poets. Within a short drive there are several castles including Eastnor, Goodrich and Chepstow.
Wharton Lodge Cottages offer luxury self-catering holiday accommodation near Ross-on-Wye on the Herefordshire/Gloucestershire borders. Rated 5 Star by the English Tourism Council, the cottages are complemented by large, wooded, private grounds and the beauty of the surrounding Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley.
Each of the three elegantly furnished, superbly equipped cottages has unique appeal. All have fitted carpets and central heating throughout and are furnished to an exceedingly high standard with quality antiques or reproduction furniture and lighting, luxury curtains, pictures and fitments. Colour television and video in all drawing rooms with TV points in master bedrooms
All bathrooms include a fitted hairdryer and shaver point and the fully fitted kitchens are equipped as follows: Electric oven/hob and extractor, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, toaster and electric kettle. A separate laundry room is provided for the use of guests and a 48 hour laundry service is available. Designated car parking space in courtyard.
Nicky Cross, Wharton Lodge, Weston-under-Penyard, Nr Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7JX
The Ashe Holiday Cottages are situated on a 200 acre farm in the beautiful
Wye Valley countryside,
2 miles from Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
On site is an 18 hole par 3 golf course which visitors have free use of together with an all-weather tennis court. A fresh-water fishing lake is also situated near the golf course, and is available for guests to use.
Each cottage has a fully fitted kitchen (including cooker, dishwasher, refrigerator and microwave oven), and a lounge complete with TV and video. Laundry facilities are available, and linen is provided.
The Granary and The Mill are attractive barn conversions retaining original beams and exposed stone walls overlooking a large courtyard with a covered parking area. Each cottage has one double and one twin bedroom - sleeping four people - with bathroom and shower. Pets are allowed in the Mill, which is located on the ground floor. The Granary is accessed via original stone steps, and is on the first floor.
Stable Cottage is adjoining with one double and one single bedroom. The facilities are as the Mill And Granary with the Stable being on the ground floor.
Orchard Cottage is detached and spacious, being situated in it's own sunny garden and in an orchard setting. There are three bedrooms: one double, one twin and a loft room; two bathrooms and a shower room. Orchard Cottage has a full range of facilities.
Contact Mrs. Maria Ball for tariff details.
The Ashe. Bridstow, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 6QA
Ideally situated between the two historic market towns of Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth also to visit Hereford with the famous Mappa Mundi housed in its Cathedral, or Abergavenny, the gateway to South Wales and the Brecon Beacons. Enjoy too The Royal Forest of Dean, Symonds Yat, the beautiful Wye Valley, Brecon Beacons, Black Mountains, Welsh Borders, Malvern Hills and of course all the countryside of the Counties of Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire.
The Granary is a superb new barn conversion completed for December 2005. It has three spacious bedrooms and three large bathrooms sleeping from 6-10 persons. The Granary has original oak beams, an oak floor boarded lounge with large brown leather sofas and a very large farmhouse kitchen with a rustic slated floor and a table to seat up to12 It can be rented on its own or together with one, two or three of our other cottages for a large reunion/get together.
Barn House and Owls' Nest are two, very comfortable three bed roomed, cottages. They have recently modernised kitchens and new bathrooms fitted in February of this year. Each self catering cottage sleeps from 2-6 persons and has its own private enclosed garden plus garden furniture, barbeques and views of open countryside.These are popular with both couples and families.
Wagoners Cottage, is a one storey, two bed roomed, holiday cottage converted from an old wagon shed. It has exposed beams and a charm of its own (see photos on Wagoners page) views of open countryside a patio area with barbeque plus large lawn at the back, all enclosed. sleeps 2-4 persons in two bedrooms.
Cottages from £200.00 per week - Contact for full tariff details.
Langstone is an ideal base for touring the Wye Valley, Cotswolds, Royal Forest of Dean and wales. 6 miles from Ross On Wye and Monmouth and only a short drive from the cathedral town of Hereford.
The property consists of two linked units, the larger of the two is the main Farmhouse which sleeps up to fifteen adults while the smaller is the Cidermill flat which sleeps between five and seven adults.
Langstone is very popular with larger family parties and as one unit can accommodate 22 people. An interconnecting door allows the whole of your party to share the house which has nine bedrooms and four bathrooms. This would include the flat living room as a private bedroom.
For Christmas and the New Year period a tree and a basket of logs are included in the price.
Many other facilities, including :
Oil central heating throughout, colour TV's, DVD, dishwashers, fridges, toasters, electric cookers, microwaves and ample china, glassware, cutlery, pans etc,
All beds have duvets, linen, towels, tea towels, cots and high chairs supplied at no extra charge.
Langstone Court Farmhouse is a 14th century Farmhouse and as one unit can accommodate upto 22 People, ideal for reunions and large family parties.Tariff:- From £ 750
Self-catering cottages on a small Herefordshire farm,
convenient for the Wye Valley, the Forest of Dean and Wales
This is an ideal base for exploring the Welsh Border country, with its rolling hills and market towns. From Woodredding you have extensive views of the Malvern Hills, Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds.
Woodredding Farm has two holiday cottages that are designed and equipped to make your stay comfortable at whatever time of the year you visit.
Whether you are looking for a touring holiday, a winter break with friends or a family get-together our centrally-heated cottages are ideal for all seasons.
The Granary has one double bedroom with ensuite bathroom on the first floor.
On the ground floor there is a comfortably furnished lounge, with television, and kitchen/dining area.
The kitchen has an electric cooker, fridge, toaster and microwave. The Granary has its own private patio approached by a short flight of steps.
There is also a washing machine, tumble drier, iron, ironing board and washing line in a separate room shared between the two cottages. There is a washing line outside.
The Cider Mill sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms each with a double bed and ensuite shower, wash-basin, toilet and shaving point. One bedroom is on the ground floor and two on the first floor.
The kitchen/dining area incorporates the 18th Century stone cider mill.
The first floor lounge has extensive views of the Malvern Hills and the Cotswolds and is comfortably furnished. The original oak beams are a feature of this room.
The kitchen has a cooker and four ring electric hob, a microwave, fridge, dishwasher and toaster and is equipped with all the kitchen ware that you are likely to need.
There is also a washing machine, tumble drier, iron and ironing board in a separate room shared between the two cottages. There is a washing line outside.
On arrival you will find a welcome tray with tea, coffee and home-made cake to refresh you after your journey. We can provide cook meals on arrival by prior arrangement.
The cost of the cottages includes bed linen, towels, heating and electricity. Cleaning materials are provided.
Cottages from £240.00 per week - Contact for full tariff details.
Pear Tree Cottage and Honeysuckle Cottage are set within the grounds of Upper House
and extends to approximately 1 acre of well tended landscaped gardens
Pear Tree cottage sleeps 3 plus 1 cot and is situated in one acre of landscaped gardens in the grounds of Upper House. Pear Tree cottage has its own entrance and well maintained garden area and is very private. One to two dogs accepted - there is a small charge.
Pretty beamed lounge with dining area and french doors leading to patio, woodburner, TV/Video. Kitchen with microwave, double oven, fridge, washing machine and drier.
Honeysuckle cottage has been reciently renovated to a high standard to ensure your comfort and relaxation. It has its own entrance, parking, patio and garden. It looks out onto the garden, open fields and an ancient oak wood.
The location is truely idyllic, at the gateway to the Wye Valley, a beautiful and unspoilt area with the River Wye only 2-3 miles away. There are walks from the cottage, along the River, Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean and Black Mountains.
Tariff : from Low Season £110 -
High Season £280 - Honeysuckle Cottage from Low Season £110 - High Season £350
- Pear Tree Cottage
Perrystone Cottages Upper House Perrystone Hill Nr. Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 7QX
The Olde House is situated in the village of Upton Bishop, 4 miles from Ross-on-Wye in the heart of rural Herefordshire and within the beautiful Wye Valley
The surrounding area is rich in history with many Castles, Historic Churches and Manor Houses to visit, the Royal Forest of Dean with it's iron and coal mining pits, and the three cathedral cities of Hereford (15 miles), Gloucester (17 miles) and Worcester (30 miles) are all within easy reach. The famous Symonds Yat viewpoint (featured above) is only a short drive away and is very popular with visitors.
The cottage is set in about one third of an acre and the gardens are set out to allow energies to be expended, with a good area to play and kick a ball around. The garden is set away from the no through lane that fronts the property and where you will find ample car parking on the gravel area by the side of the cottage. Well behaved pets are most welcome and the garden is fenced in for their safety, but they must not be left unattended in the cottage.
The Olde House has full oil fired central heating is equipped to modern standards and is arranged on 3 floors, the accommodation is for up to 6 persons
Tariff : from Low Season £250 - High Season £390
The Olde House Upton Bishop
Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 7UE
Upper House Farm
Set in one acre of landscaped gardens
Upper House Farm is a beautiful home for a memorable holiday in a lovely part of the country!
It is ideal for parties of up to 11 persons, and provides all the facilities you need to guarantee a relaxed stay.
The location is truely idyllic, at the gateway to the Wye Valley, a beautiful and unspoilt area with the River Wye only 2-3 miles away. There are walks from the farm, along the River, Malvern Hills, Forest of Dean and Black Mountains.
Upper House Farm has been lovingly restored to a high standard (and is serviced by the owner "Jenny Saunders").
Upper House Farm has a large lounge with dining table and open fire, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and is centrally heated throughout.
Upper House Farm offers time and space for you to relax.
Tariff : Contact Owner for further details.
Upper House Farm Perrystone Hill Nr. Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 7QX
Wythall is a 16th century half-timbered manor house in a secluded
and idyllic setting, with garden, duck pond and wooded grounds. You will enjoy peace and quiet here and see an abundance of wildlife
Two cottages, the Game Larders and the Old Bakehouse, are completely
self-contained and are situated in the west wing of the house.They are
well equipped and furnished in periodstyle.
Both cottages have use of the
garden and there is ample parking space. Water is supplied from our own
spring. Heating is provided by electric convector heaters throughout,
plus nightstore central heating during winter months.
The cottages each have a colour television, radio and telephone. Linen
and towels are provided. A cot and highchair is available. Pets are welcome.
GAME LARDERSSleeps 2/3 (+baby) Downstairs: Entrance to comfortable sitting room with dinning area. Fitted kitchen, electric cooker,microwave, fridge and washing machine. Small hall, short staircase to first floor. Upstairs: Large twin bedroom (plus double sofa bed, clock radio and hairdryer). Bathroom (bath,electric shower, basin, WC, airing cupboard).
OLD BAKEHOUSE Sleeps 4 (+baby) Downstairs: Entrance into comfortable sitting room with dinning area. Small fitted kitchen, electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge and automatic washer dryer. Stairs from sitting room to first floor. Upstairs: One double bedroom and one twin bedroom (clock radio and hairdryer). Bathroom (bath, mixer shower /taps, basin, WC, airing cupboard).
Tariff:- Game Larder from £190 - £280 - Old Bakehouse from £205 - £325
Rates are per week - Electricity, linen and towels are included. No Smoking
Upper Trereece is a superb detached stone built barn converted in May 2005. It stands in its own 10 acre pasture field leading down to the Garron Brook with 2 miles of private brown trout fishing near the village of Llangarron just 5 miles from Ross on Wye. Ideal for fishing, walking, bird watching or simply relaxing. The barn provides spacious luxury accommodation for eight people and is equipped to a very high standard.
Four bedrooms sleeping eight 2 x double and 2 x twin - Bed linen and towels included
Two bathrooms and one shower room
Woodburning stove and oil central heating
Off road parking for six + cars - Secure courtyard garden
Once used as a milking parlour, the barn has been converted to a high standard to make two cottages suitable for use separately or together. Littlefields has 2 bedrooms and bathroom with bed settee on galleried landing it can sleep up to 6 people. The cart door entrance leads into the lounge, stairs and galleried landing. Off the lounge is a spacious kitchen/dining room leading to downstairs cloakroom and stable door. Large glass doors also lead from the lounge into the garden and patio.
Gaerfields has 2 en-suite bedrooms, one bedroom with a 2 bunk beds, and a mezzanine floor with two single mattresses, and a family bathroom with slipper bath. The mezzanine leads to a third storey play area. The granary steps lead from this third bedroom to the garden. Sleeps 9. Downstairs is open plan with inglenook fireplace (wood burner) at one end, and oak kitchen at the other. Two doors and a short passage join the properties, allowing larger parties to enjoy the whole barn. All beds apart from the bunks and z bed are very comfortable 5' or 6' zip and link with lovely crisp linen.
As Upperfield is a working farm you can have a look at the farm animals or take a day out to see the Maze, Peregrine Falcons, Yat rock or take a boat trip on the River Wye.
Upperfields Farm, Llangarron, Ross on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 6PQ
Come and stay in our beautifully renovated and newly refurbished 2 bedroom riverside cottage. Sleeps up to four adults plus 2 cots.
The Greenway Cottage
Set just a matter of yards from the River Wye with superb views of the water, this was the residence of the river ghilly, George Crouch, in charge of this beat for 40 years. An expert fisherman himself he caught many salmon and assisted those less skilled than himself. The view from the breakfast room afforded the best view from where he could see jumping salmon and poachers, many of whom felt the rough end of his club!
The cottage is set in the 3 acres of grounds of Lydbrook House, the history of which is still being discovered and written.
Short notice midweek rates:
1 Night £120 -
2 Nights £200 -
3 Nights £275 -
4 Nights £345
Long weekend (Fri,Sat,Sun) £350
Bank holidays double.
The Garden Cafe now offer visitors to The Forest of Dean
in their newly rated 3 star self catering cottage.
Of course, if you don't feel like cooking, guests are right next door to their award winning restaurant.
The Garden Cafe,
The Malt House, Lower Lydbrook, Gloucestershire. GL17 9NN
Hayloft • Bullpen • Cart Shed • Granary • Great Barn
We welcome you to Kempley Barns.
A courtyard of five ancient stone barns each carefully restored by skilled local craftsmen, featuring lime mortared stone walls, spiral stone stairs, with oak and slate floors. The barns are fitted to the highest five star standards with under floor heating, gourmet oak kitchens with granite surfaces and luxurious slate bathrooms.
Choose from 5 contemporary living spaces
Book the Bullpen for a romantic hideaway or fill the barns with up to 27 people. Enjoy the open-plan living and dining areas which seat large gatherings of friends, family or business groups. Customise the covered barn for that special occasion - weddings, parties or conferences
Should you manage to venture outside there are 50 acres of wildlife garden, meadows, lily ponds, streams and orchards all set in a secluded valley. Picnic by the lake or daydream under the oak tree, experience the ultimate in tranquillity, relaxation and privacy.
Spacious, secluded and sophisticated barns, created with more than a passing interest in contemporary design. Each is perfect for a peaceful retreat or why not use them all for a real get together
If you are looking for outdoor activities there are numerous local walks through the beautiful rolling landscape and more challenging hill walks nearby. From canoeing to quad-biking, horse riding to hang gliding the list of activities available is pretty exhaustive. Explore our bustling market towns or visit one of the many historic border castles, there is so much just on our doorstep.
Or simply take a dip in the heated indoor pool
then barbecue on a hot summers evening or dine alfresco by the lily ponds
Relax and enjoy the freedom, space and tranquillity of this secluded corner of Herefordshire
The New Inn is an attractive 16th century coaching Inn just 4 miles from Ross on Wye, 10 miles from Hereford and 9 miles from Monmouth.
It’s perfect for meeting colleagues, placating the family or entertaining friends, whether in the lounge bar, dining room or garden. The lounge bar and dining room are enhanced during the colder months with huge inglenook fireplaces which crackle to the sound of burning logs.
Recently refurbished but retaining a mixture of furnishings from settles to redundant pews, the ambience is that of a time gone by, a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, but with the quality and standard you would come to expect.
The Inn has two rooms - The Oak suite is a very spacious beamed suite with a four-poster bed and antique furniture. The suite includes a full en-suite bathroom and WC. Double £80 ~ Single £45 The Hentland Room is a well appointed double room en suite with a four-poster bed, easy chairs, antique draws and chests. Double £70 ~ Single £40
The New Inn, St. Owen’s Cross, Hereford, Herefordshire