If you haven't been to Ross-on-Wye, you're in for a treat. The quaint old market town is surrounded by beauty, sat right between the Malvern Hills, The Brecon Beacons and The Cotswolds and at the very edge of the ancient Forest of Dean. It's unique location makes the town a perfect base for exploring some of Britain's most picturesque landscapes.
Ross-on-Wye itself is well worth exploring and its history dates back beyond the doomsday book of 1086. Black and white timbered buildings are dotted around the town, of which the focal point is the 17th century red sandstone Market House, now run as a Heritage Centre and still host to twice-weekly markets. The town sits on the banks of the River Wye, in the very heart of the Wye Valley - designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Take a short drive and you'll stumble upon the 12th century fortified baronial palace of Goodrich Castle. The imposing red sandstone structure sits on a rocky crag overseeing all that pass along the River Wye as it winds its way into the wooded valley of Symonds Yat. Continue your journey and you'll discover an enormous range of attractions, activities, historic villages and breathtaking countryside...
Make the most out of the summer sunshine and steal away to the comfort of the Chase Hotel for a luxurious getaway for two from £42.25 per person, per night.
From £84.50 Per room per nightSummer Special
Explore the ancient Forest of Dean and the picturesque Malvern hill this summer from £49.50 per person, per night - includes a mouth-watering dinner in the AA Rosette awarded restuarant & full English breakfast.
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Sunday stay & dine from just £49.75 per person, per night - includes a mouth-watering 3-course dinner and full English breakfast. (Sun only.)
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