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Glewstone Court Country House is located in Ross on Wye, 31 mi from Bristol and 24 mi from Cheltenham. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. I was given a very warm welcome by a lovely young lady called Jess. When I was shown to the room I was charmed by its light airy feel, lovely fresh, crisp bedding and a beautiful uninterrupted view of neighbouring fields. The hotel claimed to be dog friendly - and it really was. Usually this means paying extra for the privilege of being able to let your dog stay with you in your room but little else. This definitely wasn’t the case at Glewstone Court. My little pooch was accommodated for in the room with a little dog blanket to sleep on (on the floor) and a food mat so he could eat his meals without messing up the carpet. A laminated card thoughtfully gave instructions for taking your pet outside to do its business early in the morning or late at night when the door is locked and also the location of poo bags provided to clear up afterwards. He was also welcomed at dinner in the lounge area (not in the restaurant) and I was given a lovely cosy table in a bay window overlooking the front gardens also tucked away from other guests who may not necessarily want to be sat next to other people’s dogs. Dinner was very enjoyable. There was a good selection on the menu – I noticed for vegetarians too. I had the chicken, leek and ham terrine to start dressed with leek puree and topped with roasted leeks and a smoked egg yolk. I followed with the monkfish Osso Buco (which was awesome) served on a bed of lemon and fennel pearl barley and served with wild garlic gremolata. There was also a good wine list - and also many wines by the glass. I was really impressed with the lovely, comfortable stay I had at Glewstone Court. There has obviously been a lot of hard work put into this hotel to make it so characterful and immaculate. It was full of lovely thoughtful little touches from a pre-arrival personal welcome text from Sam asking if I would like to book a table for dinner, to the little bottles of fresh milk in the fridge on the landing to make tea in your room.
Set on the banks of the River Wye, the friendly Wilton Court features an AA Gold 5-star restaurant, free Wi-Fi and 16th-century architecture. Ross-on-Wye is just a 15-minute walk away. Charming and comfortable small hotel on the banks of the river Wye. Rooms are generous and well appointed. Restaurant efficiently run and served tasty meals. Owner-managers on site so all the small details were well executed. Plenty of parking for hotel guests in private lot adjacent to the hotel.
Located in the most picturesque street in the market town of Ross-on-Wye, this 14th century hotel maintains many of its original features, including oak beams and a large stone fireplace. Very good breakfast and an excellent restaurant. The bar was busy in the evening.
The Chase is set on 11 acres of grounds and landscaped grounds, in the Wye valley. It offers free parking, a bar and an award-winning restaurant. Perfect location. Excellent service. Would highly recommend.
In 18 acres of beautiful countryside in the Wye Valley, this bed and breakfast offers free WiFi and rooms with attached bathroom. Room was really nice. Amazing views. Quiet Catered for all our needs. Decor was nice. Staff were very friendly and could not do enough for you
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. Extra large room, very comfortable. Charming dining room and very good dinner and breakfast. Staff was most helpful. Didn't frequent the bar but it was large and comfortable with great view.
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On average, 3-star hotels in Ross on Wye cost $105 per night, and 4-star hotels in Ross on Wye are $119 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Ross on Wye can be found for $212 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $111 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Ross on Wye for tonight. You'll pay around $128 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Ross on Wye will cost around $208, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Great place to visit. Not too busy. Have wonderful walking and cycling trails. River side walks and canoeing are great. Lot of English and scottish history associated to places like Tintern Abbey, Goodrich Castle, Raglan castle.
A typical market town . We found a very good restaurant and ate there two of our three nights in Ross. There is also a good cocktail bar in the market square. The restaurant is No3 Gloucester Street - excellent.
Ross on Wye is a small thriving town surrounded by beautiful countryside. There are plenty of nice places to eat and some interesting independent shops. Carparking facilities are plentiful and reasonably priced. The town is easily accessible by road and the surrounding area is ideal for anyone who enjoys walking and the the great outdoors. The town itself is built on a hill and looks lovely when viewed from the river, however, the walk up from the river is quite steep so may be a problem for anyone who is not very fit.
The countryside around Ross is a photographers dream. The town itself has everything you need for a short or long stay. We ate at an Italian restaurant which was recommended by the owner of the guest house, and the food was excellent but I can't remember the name of it. We also ate at a small cafe where I had the best crab salad I've ever eaten.
Nice walk along the river below the town - we also had dinner at The Royal Hotel which had good food at reasonable prices with great view overlooking the river and gardens - including an outdoor terrace. We ate about 6:30 pm which was good timing as it was very busy before and after that time. The town itself has a few nice coffee shops but is a bit run down (charity shops) as not the mecca for tourists that perhaps others are - more used by locals perhaps - but had everything we needed for our trip.
Nice town, bigger than I expected. Ate a nice lunch time meal in The Mail Rooms, draught cider was excellent. Had a curry in the Cafe Zam Zam, unfortunately the curry was too salty for us - was unable to eat it, service there was very good though.
8.9 Excellent 785 reviews
The ambience the decor throughout the wonderful sun terrace and the amazing variety and quality of food also very well located near River and town centre the room was a nice size spotlessly clean with a comfortable bed staff were friendly and helpful and we would definitely stay here again
9.1 Awesome 124 reviews
Charming and comfortable small hotel on the banks of the river Wye. Rooms are generous and well appointed. Restaurant efficiently run and served tasty meals. Owner-managers on site so all the small details were well executed. Plenty of parking for hotel guests in private lot adjacent to the hotel.
8.4 Very Good 1,062 reviews
Great location, friendly staff, great food, great breakfast, lovely room with four poster bed, 5 mins from Ross on Wye and Goodrich Castle, 10 mins from Symons Yacht. Also plenty of places to eat in Ross on Wye. Overall great location and will be staying at the Inn on the Wye again very soon.👍👍👍
9.4 Awesome 34 reviews
Very friendly hosts, always happy to provide recommendations on where to eat / visit. Large room, comfortable bed and good ensuite shower. Excellent cooked breakfast. Own off-street parking and only 5-10 min walk to town centre.
9.6 Exceptional 206 reviews
Such a lovely friendly welcoming place. The garden is an ongoing piece of art, with the addition of very pretty views of Ross on Wye town. If you enjoy walking then you won't be disappointed with this area.
9.1 Awesome 415 reviews
If you are looking for a dog friendly place look no further, our dog Rosie was very welcome and so were we. This is not the first time we have visited the Hostelrie at Goodrich and would certainly visit again.
9.1 Awesome 390 reviews
Traditional hotel in a good high street location with modern amenities that don’t spoil the old style as atmosphere. Excellent food in the restaurant for both dinner and breakfast. Great service.
8.1 Very Good 191 reviews
The host was very friendly and chatty - and his breakfasts are fantastic! Hotel's in a good location, easy to find (just a few yards off the A40) and 5 mins drive from Ross
9.3 Awesome 87 reviews
Clean comfortable and in a lovely quiet location although in town centre. The owner, Patrick, is very welcoming and cooks a great breakfast to order.
8.1 Very Good 1,187 reviews
Great location for Wye valley and pleasant grounds, handy bar and restaurant and plenty of parking
8.9 Excellent 101 reviews
Friendly welcome, parking, comfy, has character & amazing breakfast
8.4 Very Good 603 reviews
Location good in town centre. Easy parking.
9.6 Exceptional 77 reviews
Local to ross on wye .Easy to find
9.9 Exceptional 205 reviews
My wife and I are very frequent travelers and we have a significant experience with B&B under our belts and yet we did never encounter any B&B like Lower Wythall before. At arrival the owners were not at the property. They installed a bell system connected to their smart phone and we were told that they were on their way to arrive in 4 minutes. Pretty neat technology! The house is a very old restored building. The restoration is fantastic and gives a very charming and warm welcome and stay. Old architecture meets with newest technology in a very balanced fashion. For example, the shower had a bluetooth connection to my iPhone allowing me to listen to my music while taking a shower. The breakfast was a highlight! The choices are multiple. You can start with a porridge with home made plum compot (absolutely delicious!!!) followed by a full english breakfast (sausage, ham, egg of your choice, tomato, potato, toast) or smoked salmon with asparagus, eggs of your choice, hollandaise sauce, toast. The toast was complemented by various kinds of jams and honey. The two hosts are there to really make your stay as comfortable as possible. We had several times a day the offer of a pot of tea and had each time quite interesting conversations with the two hosts. They were eager to share what they knew about the house and its restoration, gave outstanding recommendations for restaurants in the area, hikes and places to visit. At the end of our stay we had the feeling of leaving our relatives and not necessarily a B&B.
9.8 Exceptional 38 reviews
Room immaculate and very tastefully done. Lots of little extra touches. Terrific breakfast selection .Peaceful location and lots of great pubs nearby to eat. Lovely stroll along the river in evening.
9.4 Awesome 87 reviews
The location is very peaceful, the hostess is exceptionally welcoming, the room was large and airy, the breakfast was fantastic.
9.8 Exceptional 33 reviews
Everything! A perfect B&B - very luxurious, excellent hosts, beautiful location. Would love to stay again if in the area.
9.6 Exceptional 161 reviews
attractive house, well appointed & furnished room in quiet street, pleasant hosts
9.2 Awesome 49 reviews
Thoughtfulness of the management