Hotel Accommodation in Ross-on-Wye
Guide providing hotel and guest accommodation in Ross-on-Wye. Our directory contains detailed information for cheap hotel rooms, bed and breakfast, luxury and discount accommodation deals.
Arriving in Ross-on-Wye for the first time, it won't be long until you realise that you've found the perfect retreat for the quintessential English break. Take a few days to simply relax and unwind, exploring the sights, streets and shops of this wonderful market town on the banks of the meandering River Wye. In the town itself there are still many independent retailers offering paintings, sculptures,
Set upon the banks of the River Wye, with views spanning across the water to picturesque Ross on Wye, this lovely sixteenth century country house awaits to warmly welcome you. The Castle Lodge caters for the business traveller, and those just wishing to get away from it all and enjoy 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. Many of the original features of the house have been preserved including the tiled entrance hall and elaborate ceiling plaster-work in the lounge and restaurant. Our small but well stocked bar is available for pre-dinner drinks, liqueurs with after dinner coffee
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
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
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.
Whether your visit to the Wye Valley area is for business or leisure you will find this an ideal location. Close to the motorway network and yet in the heart of some of the finest countryside anywhere. Herefordshire, the Wye Valley, the Vale of Usk the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains, the Malvern Hills and the Royal Forest of Dean - all within a short driving distance. Golf, Fishing, Shooting, Horse
Pengethley Manor has 25 Standard and Superior en-suite guest rooms in total. Each has been individually decorated and furnished. Many of our rooms are furnished with fine period pieces. Some of our Superior rooms have four poster beds and others a spa bath. Whether you choose a Standard or a Superior room, all offer a full range of in-room facilities and services such as colour TV, direct-dial telephone
Welcome to The Royal Hotel, the face of Ross-on-Wye and the gateway between Wales and England. The Royal is a majestic, beautiful hotel dating back to 1837. But in no way intimidating, a very friendly and warm welcome awaits you. Refurbishment work completed in December 2006 has given the building a new lease of life. We are now access-friendly into our restaurant and bar. Being a grade ll listed building
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,
The Royal Lodge at Symonds Yat East has an idyllic setting in the heart of the Wye Valley in an area of outstanding natural beauty where the River Wye cuts a swathe through a wooded gorge on the edge of the spectacular Royal Forest of Dean. The hotel is nestled just below Symonds Yat Rock and stands exclusively in grounds of almost 5 acres overlooking the river. It has terraced gardens of magnolia