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As to be expected from being one of the most visited villages in the Royal forest of Dean, Goodrich 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 Inn On The Wye is a medium sized family run hotel,
situated in the beautiful Wye Valley
only yards away from the famous Wye river
Privately owned, The Inn on the Wye offers a unique blend of a family run hotel, professionally managed and presented, with an atmosphere that only customer care and quality can create.
The reputation for fine fayre draws people from far and wide to the Poachers Restaurant, where an extensive A La Carte menu is presented that delights the most discerning tastes, together with an interesting and good value wine list. In addition a comprehensive selection of bar meals are served in the Stable & Coach Bars.
The former 18th century coaching inn has recently been refurbished and now provides 10 en-suite bedrooms, each with colour TV, telephone and all the usual facilities.
The food served here is all home cooked and our chefs prepare a vast range of dishes from a relatively modest bar snack to a more robust choice from the à la carte menu. On Sundays a traditional roast is available in addition to the normal menu.
The gardens provide an outdoor picnic and seating area against a backdrop of the beautiful Wye Valley. For children there is an enclosed play area complete with climbing ropes, swings and a slide.
Tariff : from : Single £ 36.50 - Double £ 48.00
The Inn on the Wye
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
In the shadow of Symonds Yat rock, this 15th century farmstead, set in 80-acres of wild pasture land, lies at the mouth of a beautiful gorge beside the River Wye. There are six holiday cottages each with their own individual charm and character sleeping between 2-7 people.
We offer guests salmon & coarse fishing, while nearby canoeing, bicycle tracks and other outdoor activities make this a perfect location for both family and romantic breaks.
Located in one of the most rural parts of the Wye valley (pictured below), theseholiday cottages are nevertheless excellently placed to explore the Forest of Dean, nearby historic towns or mountains and castles of the Welsh Borders.
Biblins Cottage ( 2 Bedroom / Sleeps 4 )
Really cute, cosy cottage. Biblins is full of character with exposed beams, small wood burning stove, arrow slit windows and
a wrought iron spiral staircase.
Coppett Cottage ( 1 Bedroom / Sleeps 2 )
The Honeymoon cottage. This is a real gem combining a cosy downstairs area with wood burning stove and then a striking open plan bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Unique and very romantic.
Private garden with seating area.
Huntsham Cottage ( 2 Bedroom / Sleeps 4 )
Excellent sized rooms of great character.
Huntsham is the most spacious of the four
person accommodation and ideal for family
groups with views across the gardens and old
The Malthouse ( 2 Bedrooms / Sleeps 4 )
This former Malthouse is probably the most luxurious of our properties, arranged 'upside
down' to make the most of the views. Exposed beams in a beautiful open plan living area and
en-suite bathrooms to the highest specification along with private terrace. External courtyard with furniture.
Peregrine Cottage (3 Bedroom / Sleeps 6 + Cot) A heavily beamed former Hall House
converted in 1659 to the farmhouse.
Superb views over the River Wye and surrounding countryside. The exposed beams in most rooms, central heating
and wood burning stoves mean you get history and character in great comfort. Includes private wooded garden with furniture.
Cider Mill Cottage (4 Bedroom / Sleeps 7 + Cot) Forming half of the original farmhouse with Peregrine, this beamed ottage has many traditional features dating back to 15th century. Splendid views over countryside and the river. Central heating and wood burning stoves. Open garden. External seating area with furniture.
Parkwood Cottage (3 Bedroom / Sleeps 6 - no dogs) his charming Victorian era cottage has recently been extensively refurbished to a very high standard. Located in the heart of a historic country estate, it offers guests privacy and immediate access to beautiful walks. Surrounded by a large garden with BBQ terrace, it's ideal for both family breaks or two/three couples. Large private garden with seating.
See owners website for availablity and prices
All cottages are superbly equipped with fitted carpets, heating, dishwashers, microwaves, TVs. Linen & towels provided. BBQ area.
Visitors to the spectacular Flanesford Priory, nestling beneath the famous Goodrich Castle, can be sure of a genuine welcome to a unique historical building set in a beautiful, tranquil location in the Heart of the Wye Valley
It is the ultimate peaceful retreat to escape the stress of modern day living but still be in easy reach of recreational activities, photographic opportunities and the chance to explore breathtaking countryside either on foot or by car.
Set in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the region is also steeped in history both locally and further afield, with the Cathedral Cities of Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester, all within an hour's drive.
Flanesford Priory has 9 apartments ranging from the Kerne Apartment which sleeps 2 up to the Wye Apartment which sleeps up to 10.
Please Note: All beds on mezzanine floors may not be suitable for young children and all apartments have steps / stairs which may present difficulties for those with mobility problems.
Jolly Cottage was built in the summer of 2004
So you can be sure to be warm and comfortable during your stay whatever the time of year
The cottage is part of Jolly's Of Goodrich, which is in the centre of the village of Goodrich. The cottage lies at the bottom of Coppett Hill and the drive up to Goodrich Castle upon arriving you can leave the car behind and go for glorious walks on your doorstep. Goodrich is positioned half way between the historic towns of Ross-On-Wye and Monmouth so you are in the heart of the Wye Valley and the surrounding areas of outstanding natural beauty including such delights as Symonds Yat. With its famous stone rock and tourist attractions is just 2 miles away and here you can take a river cruise go rock climbing, bird watching or hire canoes. There are forest trails to explore and an excellent local inn to relax in. Jolly Cottage, Goodrich is an ideal location for touring Hereford, Worcester, the Forest of Dean and the Welsh Borders.
The cottage is all on the ground floor and consists of one bedroom (twin or double please specify when booking) a large lounge, bathroom with bath and shower over bath and separate kitchen/diner, all rooms have gas central heating radiators with thermostats for your comfort. The cottage is ideally suited to two people sharing as it has just the one bedroom but there is also a double sofa bed in the lounge so this offers further flexibility. In the lounge there is an electric fire, television with digital freeview, stereo cd/radio and the two-seater sofa is also a double sofa bed. The kitchen has microwave, fridge, toaster, kettle and full size electric oven. All fuel, power, bed linen (duvets) and towels are included in your booking fee. There is an outside patio with table and chairs for those warmer evenings. Ample off street parking, storage for bikes etc can be provided but we do request prior notice.
Sorry but we are strictly a no pets and no smoking establishment.
Jolly's Of Goodrich, Goodrich, Near Ross On Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 6HX