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Ross-on-Wye accommodation in friendly Ross-on-Wye Guest House hotels, B&B, Bed and Breakfast, cosy Holiday Cottages, Country Pubs and Inns, luxury Ross-on-Wye Country House Hotels and Caravan and Campsites in and near Ross on Wye.
We can help if you're looking for Ross-on-Wye Holiday Cottages or other accommodation in Ross on Wye to stay in with your family for a week or two or somewhere in Ross on Wye to stay with friends over a long weekend. What better way could there be to enjoy a stay in Ross-on-Wye, than a cosy cottage surrounded by beautiful scenery, and with all the comforts of home.
Accommodation Ross on Wye
If you are looking for Ross on Wye accommodation then you will be happy to find that there are several different options available to. These options include hotels in and around the heart of Ross-on-Wye, as well as Bed and Breakfasts, Inns and Cottages. The rich history of this region is a welcome invitation to visitors and travellers from many different locations, including from the UK and also Internationally.
The town of Ross-on-Wye was originally known as Ross and had the name changed to its present-day name of Ross-on-Wye in 1931, so that it was not confused with other towns that had similar names. Ross first began to appear in historical records around 1016 and has continued down the centuries to be a place of interest. The 13th century church of St Mary the Virgin has been the centre of Christian worship for some 700 years and continues to hold weekly services and to be used for meditative prayer. The church is on one of the highest points in the Town of Ross on Wye and with its 205 feet high spire is clearly visible for many miles around the region.
There are also many different monuments and plaques around the township. John Kyrle's Gate was built in 1700 by John Kyrle and stands between the church-yard and south side of the Prospect. The Plague or Corpse Cross was built in 1637, in loving memory of the 315 folk who perished that year from the plague. These 315 people were all buried nearby at night, without coffins. The Wayside Cross, Old Gore, is a medieval socket stone that was used by a former wayside cross. There are many more artefacts of interest, which visitors can view and enjoy as they learn about the rich history of this town and surrounding region.
As already mentioned, Ross on Wye accommodation is vast and varied. Many of the cottages and hotels in Ross-on-Wye and the Wye Valley are historical buildings themselves, giving guests a close-up view of the true richness that this area offers. The relaxed and unhurried environment that is offered by Ross on Wye accommodation truly does offer all visitors a place to refresh themselves, body, mind and soul.
There is a wide range of attractions, places to eat and other activities to suit all tastes in and around Ross-On-Wye. Elsewhere in the town, you can find attractions such as the Market House Heritage Centre, where visitors are treated to a multimedia experience detailing the fascinating history of the town. If you're travelling with children, there are also plenty of family friendly attractions in Ross-On-Wye. Symonds Yat and the Forest of Dean nearby have beautiful scenic walking, cycling, canoeing and climbing as well as attractions Go Ape, Puzzlewood and a steam railway. Nearby attractions include Symond's Yat for canoeing and boat trips on the River Wye a Butterfly Zoo and RSPB sanctuary the Offa's Dyke long distance footpath and the Clearwell Caves sculpture trails and wildlife reserves in the Royal Forest of Dean. For those who wish to play golf, there are several courses of various standards within a few miles.
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