Orles Barn Hotel
Orles Barn Hotel & Restaurant offers four charming rooms that feature Laura Ashley wallpaper and fabrics and Farrow & Ball and Little Green colours, which are named after locally grown apple varieties, each with modern en-suite bathrooms and comfy beds.
Each room has tea and coffee-making facilities, a hair dryer and an ironing board is available on request. We have two bridal suits, one with a separate dressing room, sofa and beautiful starlight ceiling above the feature free-standing bath.
Our newly refurbished restaurant has been designed with warmth and contemporary feel to enable space and intimacy with panoramic views over the Wye Valley.
However, the most important aspect of any restaurant is the quality of food and service, and we are justifiably proud of both.
Our menu is based on the principle of using the high quality raw local ingredients, along with the best of ingredients imported from around the world, freshly cooked and presented by our head chef Matt Cook and his team with care and attention.
Enjoy a drink in our spacious lounge bar!
There is a full range of bar drinks including a wide selection of spirits , Whisky , Brandy and Liqueurs, soft drinks and beer.
The wine list includes a variety and styles of wines served by the bottle or glass.
Orles Barn Restaurant is open to guests and non-residents.
Matt and Roxy offer a warm welcome at this 17th Century barn nestled in the picturesque Wye Valley.
Orles Barn dates from the 14th century when it was one of a number of farm buildings on this site. The only surviving part of the original structure is the former apple store. The low wall that edges the front lawn is the remains of a long building in which wooden clogs were once made for locals and passing workers.
Ross On Wye
Ross-on-Wye is rightly regarded as being the ideal holiday centre to explore the Wye Valley, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and as far as Monmouthshire in Wales. From cider making to arts and crafts, from the industrial legacy of the Forest of Dean and its woods and hills to its towns and villages, all are within striking distance of the town.
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