Ross On Wye

Ross On Wye is located between the cities of Hereford and Gloucester and known as the “Gateway to the Wye Valley”. Within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is well known for its independent traders.

Visit Ross On Wye

Ross-on-Wye has been voted the UK’s best-loved market town by a leading coach tour company. Ross-on-Wye is rightly regarded as being the ideal holiday centre to explore the Wye ValleyHerefordshireGloucestershire 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.

There are castlesabbeysadventure experienceswalking trails, cycling routes and so much more.

Places To Eat In Ross On Wye

From brilliant gorgeous gastropubs to cracking coffee shops, there is a wide range of cuisine for the foodie lover, deciding on what you want will not be easy, but there will be a restaurant or cafe with your name on it.

No 3 Ross On Wye

Restaurant

Pure food indulgence, relaxed, modern, European menu for light lunches, dinner & cocktails......

Ye Olde Ferrie Inn

Terrace, Bar and Restaurant

Lovely bar, terrace and restaurant in Herefordshire where you can sail on the River....

The Potting Shed

The Potting Shed The Potting Shed has become a well-loved place for many people. Since

Greggs

Greggs Greggs is a chain of bakeries selling a range of freshly baked bread, pastries

Things To Do In Ross On Wye

Ross and the Wye Valley is screaming out to be explored on foot along the riverbank, by boat, bicycle or on a scenic drive. It is host to canoeists and kayakers, paddle boarding, nature watchers, walkers and fishing enthusiasts.

Angela Jones Swim Wild

Top Adventure Days

Enhance your swimming adventures, take a journey & swim the wonderous Wye......

Goodrich Castle

English Heritage

One of the finest and best preserved of all English medieval castles......

Canoeing And Kayaking In Herefordshire

Outdoor Activities

Climbing, abseiling, gorge walking, team challenge, canoeing, survival training......

Canoe The Wye

Outdoor Activities

Canoeing activities on the River Wye, suitable for all levels of ability....

Places To Stay In Ross On Wye

A mix of the charming, modern, and tried and tested places to stay.

The Rapids Cottage

Self Catering Cottage

A tranquil escape on the cliffs of Symonds Yat. Superior scandi style interiors & enchanting décor......

Mad Dogs And Vintage Vans

Mad Dogs and Vintage Vans Mad Dogs and Vintage Vans are located in the heart

White House Glamping

Glamping

Perfect setting for your glamping getaway. canoeing, fishing......

Old Court Hotel

Hotel & Restaurant

Comfortable en-suite bed & breakfast or self-catered accommodation, unique 16th Century Tudor dining room…

Discover this lovely area with woodland that straddles the River Wye. There is a traditional rope ferry to cross from one side of the river to the other. You can walk the path to the top of Symonds Yat Rock and catch the most magnificent view of the river snaking its way through the farm land below and maybe some Peregrine Falcons that regularly nest in the rocks opposite.

Symonds Yat Ross On Wye

The Herefordshire Trail is a 150 mile circular walk of Herefordshire visiting five market towns in the county; Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Leominster and Bromyard, along with some of the picturesque villages and hamlets for which Herefordshire is renowned.

Experience some delightful villages and beautiful countryside, including Golden Valley by the River Dore, a tributary of the Monnow, and black and white villages and orchards and woodland.

Along the way are rural churches, castle ruins and other historic features together with country inns and farmhouses offering bed and breakfast.

The Herefordshire Trail Through Ross On Wye

Benhall Farm (Putley – Ross)
CWM Craig Farm (Ross – Kilpeck)
Poston Mill Park (Kilpeck – Turnastone)
Cottage Farm (Turnastone – Whitney Toll Bridge)
Haywood Cabin (Whitney Toll Bridge – Titley)
The Coach House (Titley – Leintwardine)
Monktree Barns (Leintwardine – Orleton)
Talbot Hotel (Orleton – Puddlestone)
Falcon Hotel (Puddlestone – Bishops Frome)
Woodside Country Park (Bishops Frome – Putley)

Benhall Farm Ross On Wye

The Herefordshire Trail is a 150 mile circular walk of Herefordshire visiting five market towns in the county; Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye, Kington, Leominster and Bromyard, along with some of the picturesque villages and hamlets for which Herefordshire is renowned.

Experience some delightful villages and beautiful countryside, including Golden Valley by the River Dore, a tributary of the Monnow, and black and white villages and orchards and woodland.

Along the way are rural churches, castle ruins and other historic features together with country inns and farmhouses offering bed and breakfast.

Places To Stay Whilst Walking The Herefordshire Trial:

Benhall Farm (Putley – Ross)
CWM Craig Farm (Ross – Kilpeck)
Poston Mill Park (Kilpeck – Turnastone)
Cottage Farm (Turnastone – Whitney Toll Bridge)
Haywood Cabin (Whitney Toll Bridge – Titley)
The Coach House (Titley – Leintwardine)
Monktree Barns (Leintwardine – Orleton)
Talbot Hotel (Orleton – Puddlestone)
Falcon Hotel (Puddlestone – Bishops Frome)
Woodside Country Park (Bishops Frome – Putley)

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