Hotels near The Park

The Coach House Ross on Wye Gloucestershire HR9 7QT

Distance: 2.9 miles
Throughout the area are a wide variety of cultural, leisure and sporting activities that include the three Cathedral cities of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester with their annual Three Choirs festival; the world-famous Hay-on-Wye book fair and Hereford Cathedral’s Mappa Mundi. The Cheltenham Spring Race Meeting is 40 minutes away. The River Wye offers a wide variety of countryside and river walks; boating expeditions and sporting opportunities. The Forest of Dean is one of the most ancient areas of natural beauty in Britain The accommodation and facilities - which are all newly decorated and installed - comprise a double room with super king size bed, en suite shower room, etc. Flat screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer are all included. The room has spectacular views towards the Forest and is sunny in the mornings. Room 2 has a king size bed and lovely views to May Hill. It has a private bathroom just next door. Room 3 is a twin room, also with lovely views and has an ensuite bathroom. Rooms 2 and 3 can be let together as a suite, sharing the bathroom. Guests have their breakfast in a private dining room and the sole use of a lovely drawing room with large open fire on chilly evenings. The Coach House is situated at the head of the lovely Wye Valley in South Herefordshire and 200 yards from the Yatton Woods SSI which is famous for its historic oak trees and magnificent display of bluebells in springtime. Throughout the area are a wide variety of cultural, leisure and sporting activities that include the three Cathedral cities of Gloucester, Hereford and Worcester with their annual Three Choirs festival ; the world-famous Hay-on-Wye book fair and Hereford Cathedral’s Mappa Mundi. The Cheltenham Spring Race Meeting is 40 minutes away. The River Wye offers a wide variety of countryside and river walks; boating expeditions and sporting opportunities. The Forest of Dean is one of the most ancient areas of natural beauty in Britain.
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Bridstow Guest House Ross-On-Wye Gloucestershire HR9 6PZ

Distance: 4.4 miles
VICTORIAN SPLENDOUR WITH MODERN COMFORT. Peace and tranquility can be found at this stunning Victorian house which had been neglected over many years and was a perfect place to renovate over the last two years to create a comfortable, warm and relaxing place in which to establish a welcoming bed and breakfast business. Visitors to the house are always delighted by the spaciousness and brightness of the interior and the combination of Victorian character with modern-day standards of comfort. There are many outdoor pursuits in the area including walking, cycling, fishing, canoeing, mountain biking and kayaking. The guest house is situated in its own grounds in a rural area but only a ten minute walk from the picturesque market town of Ross- on Wye which has plenty of independent shops, pubs and restaurants. The historic town of Monmouth is a short car journey away and the larger towns of Ledbury, Hereford, Worcester, Cheltenham and Gloucester are approximately half an hour away by car. The two guest rooms available are: The English Room with views towards Ross on Wye, a king size bed,TV, Wifi, refreshment tray with coffee, teas and home made shortbread and a large en-suite bathroom with a walk in shower, slipper bath, double wash basins and heated towel rails. The Welsh Room with views towards the Welsh mountains, a double bed, TV, refreshment tray with coffee, teas and home made shortbread and an en-suite with a deep bath and hand held shower over and a heated towel rail. Breakfast is served in the drawing room overlooking the garden. Guests can choose from a varied menu which is cooked freshly to order using locally sourced ingredients.
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The Broome Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 6QG

Distance: 4.6 miles
Set in a rural location yet only two mlies from Ross on Wye. With views over the Herefordshire countryside in a peaceful location. All ensuite accommodation with free to air TV channels, Wi-Fi, radio, clock, alarm, CD player, tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk. Cider and perry produced on the farm. Cider tasting available. Cream teas during the summer months. Many local walks of varying length. Private fishing lake (carp/roach) within 10 minutes drive. Hereford, Forest of Dean, Hay on wye, Monmouth, Ledbury, Malvern Hills easily accessible.
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Castle Lodge Hotel Ross On Wye Gloucestershire HR9 6AD

Distance: 4.8 miles
Nestled within the Wye Valley in Herefordshire, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Castle Lodge Hotel is a classic Georgian style house dating back to the 1780’s and retains a number of original features. Off the A40 road, it's a 1-minute walk from the ruins of Wilton Castle, 2 minutes from the River Wye, and 15 minutes from the historic centre of Ross-on-Wye. As a small property, Castle Lodge Hotel offers you the chance to be looked after with a real homely atmosphere and individual treatment or for business meetings, family parties or small groups. Ross is less than a mile away, conveniently situated equidistant between Gloucester, Hereford and Monmouth makes an ideal base from which to explore the wide range of shopping, leisure and recreational facilities in the area. Situated just off the A40, Castle Lodge Hotel is a great stopping off point for trips to Cardiff, Birmingham and Holyhead or for major attractions such as Cheltenham Racing, Hay-on-Wye Book Festival, Malvern Spring or Autumn Show, visitors are attracted from various directions to this scenic and historic part of the country. It is a family-run hotel with 10 en-suite bedrooms individually decorated and named after local border castles to provide a welcome, fresh and comfortable place to stay. Each room is equipped with LCD TV with freeview, complimentary toiletries, tea & coffee making facilities, 13-Tog duvets, free Wi-Fi throughout the building, and free private parking on site. Meals are served in the Bar or Wilton Restaurant, and any special dietary requirements can be catered for. Herefordshire’s market gardeners and farmers are renowned for the quality and variety of their seasonal produce. In fact, our local produce is so plentiful, our chef is able to change our menus in line with the seasons.
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The Bridge house Ross on Wye Gloucestershire HR9 6AA

Distance: 4.8 miles
The Bridge House is a Georgian luxury family run bed and breakfast beautifully located on the banks of the River Wye next to Wilton Bridge. A few minute's walk along the river will take you to the centre of Ross-on-Wye, the gateway to the beautiful lower Wye valley. We have six beautifully decorated rooms. Most of our rooms have stunning views of the river Wye. Every room includes king-size Hypnos beds, with luxurious goose down duvets and Egyptian cotton bed linen. Well-equipped bathrooms include a choice of roll top bath or shower and luxury toiletries. Breakfast is served in a light, elegant ground-floor dining room, overlooking the river. Everything is freshly cooked to order from a range of quality ingredients, locally sourced wherever possible. There are fine restaurants and pubs close by. Check-in 15:30 - 20:00
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The Hope and Anchor Inn Ross-on-Wye Gloucestershire HR9 7BU

Distance: 4.8 miles
Wye lodge is in what can be considered the perfect location. It is situated beside the River Wye but only a few minutes walk to the historic market town of Ross on Wye. All of our rooms are en-suite and furnished to a high standard. We have 1 family 2 twin and 2 double rooms. Breakfast is taken at our sister pub The Hope and Anchor which is a short walk down the drive. Private off road parking is available. Surrounding area's are of a natural beauty and include, Symonds Yat East/West which is a 10 minuet drive down the A40 towards Monmouth. A walk can be taken on the East side of Symonds up to the Yat Rock where you can take in the panoramic views of the Wye Valley. Kingfisher Cruises operate a scheduled service up and down the River Wye. A ferry can pull you over to the West side. On the West is the Leisure Park and Butterfly Zoo. Go over the border to Wales by visiting the historic town of Monmouth which is just a short 15 minuet drive. The Hills farms fields and Valleys of the Hereford country side has changed little over the years. You will still find many of the Black and White houses. The Cathedral located at the heart of town still holds the Mappa Mundi, the famous medieval map f the world. There is also a cider museum which is well worth a visit. Gloucester is 35 minutes is the other direction where the newly opened Docklands Factory outlet can be found for those that like to shop
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