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A 300 year old cider farm offering bed & breakfast and evening meals. Broome Farm House is situated in Peterstow near Ross-on-Wye in the
|Linden Guest House|
Welcome to our friendly B & B in the heart of the
|White House Guest House|
|You will find us in an enviable
riverside location in Ross-on-Wye town centre. All of our rooms have river
views and we are well located to explore the local attractions or when visiting
the town on business. Within walking distance of all Ross
restaurants, pubs and hotels where there is a wide choice of cuisine including
Thai, Indian, Tibetan and Chinese as well as wonderful locally sourced English
dishes. The White House was built in 1720 and retains much of the original
character of the building. Each room is individual, has white starched linen on
the bed, ensuite bathroom or shower and thoughtful extras for our guests. We
also have two 'four poster' rooms. You will be offered a hearty breakfast
(either full English breakfast or vegetarian, etc.). Early breakfasts and
packed lunches available by request when booking. Special dietary requirements
Raglan House (Cafe and Quality Accomodation)
Raglan House, 17 Broad Street, Ross on Wye. HR9 7EA
T:+44(0)1989 763454 M:07885608774
Centrally-located, close to shops, business park & bus station.
Julie & Robert Miller, the proprietors of `Raglan House’, would like to welcome you to their Café and to stay in the Guest House which has AA 4* accreditation.
Raglan House’ is an elegant Grade II listed Queen Anne building, situated in Broad Street in the heart of the historic market town of Ross- on -Wye, "the gateway to the Forest of Dean".
Having a central town location, and a 3 minute drive to the M50, the Guest House is an ideal place to stay both for the travelling business person, or a family, wishing to take a relaxing break, and explore the area.
Our AA 4 * accommodation comprises of four guest rooms:
The twin rooms can also be linked singles to make King size beds. One is big enough to become a linked double (making a king size bed). Travel cots are also available.
Single occupancy will make use of the double or twin rooms.
All our rooms are en-suite, bath and shower, colour TV with `Freeview’, drink making facilities and free WI-FI access for guests.
Guests will receive 10% discount on all food and drink purchases within the Café.
For comfort of all our guests `Raglan House’ is a smoke free environment.
On the ground floor of our Guest House is situated the Café, where you have a choice between a full English breakfast or a lighter Continental style to start your morning. Breakfast is served from 8pm but can be taken earlier if arranged. There is no restrictions on what time you arrive back to the Guest House after your night out, all we ask (if you’re going to be late) is to have consideration for the other guests.
Drying room for clothing, boots & equipment
|Radcliffe Guest House|
You are always assured of a warm welcome at Radcliffe Guest House from proprietors, Sue and Nick Wall, who make every effort to make your stay a most enjoyable one if you are visiting Ross-on-Wye or touring the
Brampton Cottage is a Traditional Bed and Breakfast located in the beautiful
Three star Bed and Breakfast 2 miles from Ross-on-Wye.
Ideal rural accommodation on the " Wye Valley Walk "
Evening Meals, Picnic Lunch & Teas Available
Cyclists, Walkers, Children , Dogs all welcome.
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Dating from the 18th century, Brookfield House is a listed building within easy walking distance of Ross-on-Wye town centre. Refurbished to a high standard throughout, we pride ourselves on our spacious, luxurious and extremely comfortable rooms. Breakfast is served on separate tables in our light and airy dining room. You are more than welcome to relax in the Guests lounge, or in our attractive gardens. Parking is never a problem as we have ample private parking available for our guests to use at all times.
Why stay at The Paddocks Cottages?Whether you enjoy walking, cycling, canoeing, bird watching, or just relaxing in this picturesque and tranquil Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, our five holiday cottages, overlooking the river Wye and below the famous Symonds Yat Rock are the holiday destination for you. Located close to the market towns of Monmouth and Ross on Wye, Symonds Yat is the heart of the Wye Valley. The Paddocks Holiday Cottages are located just a stone's throw from the banks of the river Wye, separated by their own private garden and a small sparsely wooded field. Enjoy the beautiful countryside of the three surrounding counties of Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire; visit the Forest of Dean, walk the Brecon Beacons or explore the Malvern hills and Worcestershire.
AvailabilityPaddocks Cottages are available for self catering holidays at the same fixed price throughout the year. Dogs are welcome.
FacilitiesOur facilities include ample parking, a lockable cycle store, a shared garden, barbeque, and the assistance of our holiday cottage manager. There is level access to the cottages from the car parking area and all of The Paddocks Cottages are on one level which allows easy access for wheelchairs. The shared garden and seating area is at the front of the cottages and fairly flat.
|Burton Mill B&B|
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.The beautiful cities of Hereford, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Monmouth are within easy reach, and Cardiff, Bristol, Stratford and Worcester are around an hour away, as is the beautiful South Glamorgan coast. This makes Burton Mill a perfect holiday centre.
B & B situated between the
|Walnut Tree Cottage Hotel|
Keith and Jennie invite you to relax and unwind in our charming Cottage, offering a warm, quiet, friendly atmosphere, with a high standard of accommodation in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Our Cottage is set high on the banks of the Wye river, and overlooks glorious views of water and woodland, all of which you are free to explore in the quiet timelessness of the countryside at its finest, a true escape from the stress and bustle of everyday life. Come and relax in the comfortable lounges, where you will find lots of good reading matter and all relevant local information. On sunny days you might like to sit in the gardens or on the patio, absorbing the tranquillity of the wonderful scenery or just doze on cooler evenings in front of a log fire. Our Breakfast is a full traditional grill, or vegetarian, just as you wish. As experienced proprietors, we know the importance of an enjoyable meal to round off the day. We are happy to cater for vegetarians and special diets. A selection of teas or coffee will be served in the lounge after your meal.
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