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Wilton, Ross on Wye, HR9 6AE, United Kingdom – Show map
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Golf Course (within 2 miles), Hiking
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WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Baggage Storage, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Situated in the most picturesque street in the market town of Ross-on-Wye, this 14th century inn maintains many of its original features, including oak beams and a large stone fireplace.
Score from 135 reviews Very good
Standing high above the Wye River, the Royal Hotel has fine river and countryside views. It offers traditional cuisine, free on-site parking and bedrooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 419 reviews Excellent
In the pretty market town of Ross-on-Wye, the family-run Bridge House has a large garden overlooking the river.
Score from 99 reviews Wonderful
Nestled on the northern edge of the Forest of Dean, centrally located in the small market town of Ross-on-Wye, Raglan House is a charming Grade II listed Queen Anne building.
Score from 106 reviews Very good
facilities suberb loved the bath in the suite, very romantic. Food superb and staff very friendly and accommodating
Beds,comfortable ,design of bathroom ,extra room (lounge)convenient location,friendy staff and very helpfull.
Noise of traffic,and other guests upstairs(noisy)windows single glazing(not that warm)expensive for what it was(furniture was cheap and painted over)food wasent great,
Room beautiful food excellant
A warm and easy welcome
The welcome my friend and I received was lovely, made to feel welcome immediately. The sofas in the bar area were just too comfortable!! :) the bedroom was small but lovely. The bed was extremely comfortable and the welcome gifts in the room were thoughtful..even down to dressing gowns for our use whilst there. So thoughtful, and it was nice to see the decor not being fussy but complimented with the nik naks on units and shelves. Just pretty, and just right
Nothing...visit was too short
Good facilities with excellent food quality
We arrived late at night and were greeted by a very pleasant young man who showed us to our room. The room was a beautiful surprise with a lovely bath. There were lovely touches including The White Linen Company toiletries, complementary mineral water and a cafetiere with fresh coffee. Breakfast was a good variety with quality ingredients. If we are ever in the area again we will definately stay.
The decor is a little tired in places for a 5 star hotel.
Food was outstanding Comfortable bar area Easy parking
wifi in most area of hotel but not all Freeview could not pick up BBC channels
Our room was lovely and very well equipped. A large very comfortable bed. Lovely breakfast in the morning.
From the outside, the place looked a bit neglected and we were surprised by its close proximity to the main road. Went to have a bath on our first night, only to find there was no hot water! Went and told a member of staff who came up and ran the tap, as if she didn't believe us! Wasn't resolved that evening so not happy. In the morning, eventually, we had hot water. The shelf in the shower cubicle was broken so you couldn't stand any toiletries on it, which wasn't ideal. When we checked out, we said about the hot water issue. The girl on the desk said had the Manager not explained the problem? I told her we had no idea what the problem was. To be honest, she didn't really seem interested and just listened to our comments. Whilst our room was nice, the whole experience was let down because of the hot water issue. I don't think I would recommend this to friends and after watching 'Four In A Bed' it felt like a different place. The girl said that programme hadn't done them any favours! I suggest they either change their website to reflect the property as it currently is, or improve the standards to how it was before. I think the cost was high, taking all things into consideration.
Catering staff normally work until 9pm, we arrived at 10.05pm as we were travelling from Birmingham Airport and the M50 had been closed. They then cooked a fresh meal! They left at 10.50pm. We felt very special and the staff were really welcoming and lovely
A lick of paint wouldn't go amiss. The signage was difficult to spot coming from the North.
We stayed in one of the suites and absolutely loved it! We were sad to go. The room was beautiful, and the breakfast was great too! Would definitely go back again!
Good location. Very clean. Excellent staff
Small bed and low beam in middle of room
Loved the dining room overlooking the gardens.
Initially we were booked into the ground floor suite but did not like it. Very basic and sparse. We were offered a room change which we loved.
Friendly and helpful
Staff very friendly, food delicious, location good for visiting. Room very comfortable, quirky. Noise from fan and road where just background noise.
Lovely old charm with new additions
Staff friendliness, lovely bedroom, good food & great breakfast
Nothing -I would certainly go back!
Real olde world hotel/restaurant A friendly, warm welcome . Room really clean and comfortable . We had an evening meal and a cooked breakfast the following morning , both excellent . Will definitely return .
The fact that we could not stay longer as we were en route to another appointment.
lovely spacious room
stain on the curtains and also make up or blood on the sheets
It was the ideal place for us to relax and have a lovely meal
Comfortable, clean rooms. Lovely friendly staff. Tasty breakfast
We paid £340 to stay for 3 nights and we didn't stay 1 night. The room we were given was very very noisy. Outside our room was the kitchen fan, which sounded like a jet engine and on top of that the there was constant noise from the room below. We asked the staff if we could be moved to a quieter room, but they advise they couldn't as they were fully booked. However it appeared we were only guests and when we checked in, the guest register hadn't been completed for over a 10 days when the last guest left. I think they reserve there worse rooms for the bargain traveller. We also had to pay for the night we didn't stay and didn't get an apology either. So overall wish we had bothered.
I had suite 5, own door and very spacious with a lounge, big bedroom and lovely bathroom The best bit - the bathroom lights twinkled like stars in the sky! Food was very lovely.
Each room needs an iron and board, seems a shame when everything else is provided so well. A bit hard to find given its location, went round the block a few times.
Gravel car park. not wheelie bag friendly
The cosy room with everything we needed. Made to feel very welcome and that nothing was too much trouble. Breakfast was excellent. The night before we were able to have exactly what we needed for evening food, arriving a little late, not having booked for an evening meal. Thank you.
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