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A beautiful country house in lovely grounds. Tastefully furnished with minimal hotel signage, which gives an authentic period atmosphere. I've lunched here twice, and the food is delicious. Looking forward to the next time. Soon, I hope.
First things first, if you are looking for somewhere to stay at Ross on Wye, stay here. Why? The hotel is small but charming. It is an old property but extremely well maintained with modernised room facilities. The lounge is warm and welcoming. Everywhere you...More
The family who run the hotel are very friendly and attentive, they are always happy to chat to guests. They have decorated the rooms very tastefully, ours was modern for a traditional room and quite large.The food was really good as was the house wine...More
"The present Mrs Dave" and I stayed here for two nights and had the six clurse taster dinner on the first night. Sam the Manager gave her a big kiss on the cheek and a cuddle on arrival. It did make me wonder who she...More
Excellent meal and lovely stafffor a last minute Sunday lunch - very accommodating and gracious despite our shoddy timekeeping. Atmosphere and surrounding were welcoming and inviting. Dogs are also welcome.
The Forest of Dean is about 15 mins by car. It is one of the greatest and oldest indigenous-tree forests in the country, a place loved by film crews because it is so astonishingly scenic. There are loads of cycle routes... More
The Forest of Dean is about 15 mins by car. It is one of the greatest and oldest indigenous-tree forests in the country, a place loved by film crews because it is so astonishingly scenic. There are loads of cycle routes through the forest. Apparently I'm not allowed to post weblinks in this answer but if you search for Forest of Dean cycle routes you'll come up trumps. Enjoy!