Things to see and do - Ross-on-Wye
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The Market House, built in sandstone around 1620, bears a medallion of Charles II. It was a gift from John Kyrle, the great "Man of Ross", a benefactor of many of the town's buildings and who financed the reconstruction in 1721 of the top of the spire of St Mary's Church (mainly 13C). A cross in the churchyard is a memorial to the 315 victims of the 1637 plague.
Tourist attractions Ross-on-Wye : Things to see and do
GB - Goodrich HR9 6HY
The picturesque ruin dominates an old path on the Wye. The keep, with its original entrance (now a window) on the first floor, is romanesque. The largest part of the castle dates back to around 1300. During the Civil War, the royalist garrison surren..
Symonds Yat West GB - Symonds Yat HR9 6DA
A relaxing Elizabethan Manor House which maintains its character and architectural features, with a great oak door giving access to the reception. The hotel has 18 rooms, with an additional 4 suites available for that extra luxury. All rooms are e..
Ledbury Road GB - Ross on Wye HR9 7QJ
Just off junction 4 of the M50 motorway, less than 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from Ross-on-Wye's town centre, the hotel offers great value, with free parking and comfortable, modern rooms. The Premier Inn Ross On Wye has a convenient location, with good acc..
8 High Street GB - Ross on Wye HR9 5HL
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Situated in the most picturesque street in the market town of Ross-on-Wye, this 14th century hotel maintains many of its original features, including oak beams and a large stone fireplace. Located on either the first or second floor, all rooms featu..
Wilton Ln, Wilton GB - Ross-on-Wye HR9 6AQ
GB - Walford HR9 5QS
Surprisingly modern pub in a small country village. Cooking is simple, letting local ingredients speak for themselves. Regular theme nights, with pizzas cooked twice-weekly on the terrace; food and wine available to take away.