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|Built c1870 this large Victorian House, ‘in the
dale of the Chase’, the wooded hill which still provides an impressive backdrop
for the Hotel. The Chasedale Hotel is situated only half a mile south of the centre of
Ross on Wye, in a designated conservation area. It is comparatively secluded being
surrounded by grounds extending to three quarter’s of an acre. Many of the original features of the house
have been preserved including the tiled entrance hall and elaborate ceiling
plasterwork in the dining room and lounge.
There is ample car parking in front of the house. Stroll in the countryside, ample walking is
less than five minutes away in Chase Woods behind the Hotel. Pets are welcome in the Hotel and to stay in
your room free of charge, they are not however permitted in the Dining
|The Hostelrie at Goodrich|
(Country Inn with Rooms)
|You will receive a warm welcome at this fully centrally heated 17th
Century Country Inn with rooms. Only a
mile away from the A40 near to Goodrich Castle and the infamous Coppett Hill in
the Wye Valley, known as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Forest of Dean, rural Herefordshire and Wales
are only a few miles away. Our extensive
food menu changes with the seasons and locally sourced produce is used and
presented to rosette standard, all cooked fresh to order. Enjoy sipping a glass of wine from our
extensive French and World wines. We
support Herefordshire's beer and cider making culture and our membership with
Cask Marque guarantees you great ale.
The bar is an old fashioned country inn, steeped in history with many
old photo's of the area. Our corridors
and large elegant restaurant walls are adorned with local artists work,
available for sale. We have a bustling village
community that often uses the 'Till' to meet (the local nickname for us). We actively promote local talent in both our
restaurant and bar areas to entertain our guests....a sociable bunch, we hope
you will occasionally join us. Why not
enjoy the full experience for longer and stay a while in one of our eight rooms
with courtesy tray, en-suite bathroom, free-view television at B&B or
dinner, bed and breakfast rates. Free Wi-fi and ample car parking is
available. We have a large garden and secure
lock-up for bikes, fishing gear and even space for a few canoes. We also serve coffee and cream teas and even
prepare packed lunches on request. Dogs are welcome..........day or night! 'No strangers here, just friends we've yet to
|Kings Head Hotel|
Welcome to the Kings Head Hotel in
the picturesque Herefordshire town of
on Wye is a small market town nestling alongside the meandering River
Wye. It is an ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside,
including the Forest of Dean, The Brecon Beacons, Malvern Hills and the
Cotswolds. Also a great stopping off point for trips to Cardiff or even
racing at Chepstow or Cheltenham…
The Kings Head, which dates back to the 14th century, is situated in the most picturesque street in the centre of Ross. Until the advent of the railways in the 19th century, the Hotel was a small Coaching Inn. During Georgian times an extra storey was added and the facade changed to the current one. The Kings Head has open fireplaces and a wealth of oak beams. A tunnel reputedly runs in the cellar past the 12th century well to the old Saracens Head Inn. Occasionally there have been reports of ghosts and the clatter of horses from time past. We aim to bring the warmth of welcome and hospitality of a bygone age with convenience of the 22nd Century.
The Bridge at Wilton
|Welcome to The Bridge at Wilton. Set in its well established and partially
walled gardens which run down directly to the banks of the River Wye, a
more idyllic location to unwind and take a well deserved break is hard to
imagine. 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. We have eight beautifully appointed en-suite rooms, several
restaurant areas, plus adjoining bar and conservatory areas in which to enjoy
the famous views across the river to Ross-on-Wye.|
|Embracing its 16th century
origins, distinctive architecture and marvelous riverside hotel location in
Ross on Wye, today the Wilton Court Hotel brings added colour to the Elizabethan
building thanks to an intriguing collection of decorative curios and objects
d`art collected by the owners, Helen and Roger Wynn from their time living and
working in the Far East. |
Helen and Roger have stamped their combined experience of the hotel world on this enchanting ten bedroom riverside hotel and restaurant in Ross on Wye. This has set
|The White Lion - Wilton|
Landlords Dave and Jacqui Newman offer you a warm welcome to the White Lion Inn. This delightful 16th century riverside inn is a favourite with locals and tourists alike, enjoying spectacular views of the river, of Ross, and the surrounding countryside.
But there is more to the White Lion than splendid views. Stop by and check out our:
great food and drink
the gaol restaurant
games room with pool and darts
comfortable en-suite accommodation
finest pub fireplace in Herefordshire
interesting and varied wildlife just yards away
AND Ross-on-Wye Cider.
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. We are proud to promote our local farmers and growers and there is always great local food served on the menu; at the moment fresh Cobrey Farm Asparagus, Willowbank Strawberries and Raspberries and Trebandy Farm Beef are featured- all within five miles of the Hotel and Ross on Wye.
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 just five minutes from Ross on Wye, ten minutes from Monmouth and a quarter of an hour from the Royal Forest of Dean which is great for rambling in.
|Pengethley Manor Hotel|
We have 25 guest rooms, a superb restaurant and a conferences & meetings centre fully equipped for conferences, meetings and training. Our cuisine is excellent and our restaurant holds a coveted AA Rosette - and other awards. We are also a premier venue for weddings and licensed for civil marriages. And there is nowhere more special for special celebrations than Pengethley.
|The Royal Hotel|
The Royal Hotel Ross on Wye sits in the heart of the historic Herefordhsire Town of Ross on Wye with views over the Wye valley with easy access via the A40. The Royal Hotel stands high above the horseshoe bend of the River Wye, commanding some of the best views of the surrounding countryside. This majestic grade II Georgian country hotel was built in 1833 on the original foundations of The Bishop's Palace, dating back to the 13th century. By 1851 it had become the staging-post for 16 of the 22 coach services which passed through the town. Thanks to its superior location and facilities, the Royal Hotel had become the town's principal inn, and one of its devotees was Charles Dickens, who frequently used it while visiting his business manager George Dolby, a resident of Ross on Wye, and planned his Celebrated American Book Reading Tour whilst staying here. Ross on Wye is famous for its Market Square, farmer's market and antique shops, and is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region.
Relax in the contemporary Riverside Bar, with the most spectacular views, and enjoy some tasty bar snacks and seasoned ales. In the summer months you can dine outside on the decked terrace and enjoy the beautiful countryside from one of the highest points in the area.
The traditional Barrett’s Restaurant, with large windows and sparkling chandeliers is the perfect place to enjoy our seasonal menu, with a wide selection of modern and traditional British favourites to suit every taste. To complement your meal you can choose from our specially selected wine list.
Comfortable beds, well equipped rooms and a great breakfast in the morning is all part of the experience of staying at Orles Barn. Reflecting the local area, our rooms are named after traditional varieties of apples some of which can be found in the garden and all ensure a fruitful nights sleep.In a word, the best way to describe our food is superb: fresh, local and tasty. We source from people we know and trust and often swap recipes in creating mouth-watering local dishes alongside the classic traditional ones. Our menus change very regularly and mostly reflect the season and local suppliers but always offer delicious, homemade food. Italian nights, gala evenings, taster menus and any other excuse to push the boat out is positively encouraged at Orles Barn. See our ‘Events’ section for forthcoming events or get a group together and create one of your own.
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