Linden Guest House

Raglan House Guest House & Tearoom

The White House

The Falcon House


Wilton Court Restaurant with Rooms








Welcome to our friendly B & B in the heart of the Wye Valley.
Friendly & informal, great breakfasts cooked to order, quality cafetiere coffee and tea, comfortable

beds, sparkling clean rooms, off -road private parking, fully fire protected, top 5 star hygiene rating


Linden Guest House, 4 Church Street, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 5HH 


Tel: 01989 565373     Email:      Website:






Nestled on the northern edge of the Forest of Dean, centrally located in the small market town of Ross-on-Wye, Raglan House is a charming Grade II listed Queen Anne building. The AA 4-star guesthouse also offers secure storage for cycles and fishing equipment. The rooms feature an en suite bathroom with bath and shower, free Wi-Fi, and tea/coffee making facilities. Breakfast is served daily and it is a choice of a Full English or continental option. Guests can benefit from a 10% discount on all foods and drinks in the Tearooms during opening hours.

17 Broad Street, Ross on Wye, HR9 7EA,
Tel: 019 8956 4666     Email:     Website:raglanhouse


Judy and Rachel welcome you to The White House B&B
You will find us in an enviable riverside location in Ross-on-Wye town centre - well located to explore the local attractions or when visiting the town on business. We are within a short walking distance of all Ross restaurants, pubs and hotels and shops where there is a wide choice of cuisine.

13 Wye Street, Ross-on-Wye, HR9 7BX

Tel: 01989 763572     Email:     Website:



Bed & Breakfast in the beautiful Wye Valley.  Six en-suite rooms, TV/WiFi, Tea & Coffee. Traditional Breakfast.  Ideal for families, walkers and cyclists.  Tel: 01989 740223, Web:  Email:




Undoubtedly the finest riverside welcome in Herefordshire. Embracing its 16th century origins, distinctive architecture and marvelous riverside hotel location in Ross on Wye, today the Wilton Court Restaurant with rooms brings added colour to the Elizabethan building thanks to an intriguing collection of decorative curios and objects d`art collected by the owners, Helen and Roger Wynn from their time living and working in the Far East. Website:











































































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