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..
Wilton Lane GB - Ross on Wye HR9 6AQ
Set on the banks of the River Wye, the friendly Wilton Court boasts an AA 5-star restaurant, free Wi-Fi and 16th-century architecture. Ross-on-Wye is just a 15-minute walk away. The 2 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant features seasonal menus of fine, lo..
8 High Street GB - Ross on Wye HR9 5HL
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..
Palace Pound GB - Ross on Wye HR9 5HZ
Standing high above the River Wye, the Royal Hotel has fine river and countryside views. It offers traditional cuisine, free on-site parking and bedrooms with free Wi-Fi. The Royal Hotel is next to historic St Mary’s Church and a 5-minute walk from ..
Wilton Ln, Wilton GB - Ross-on-Wye HR9 6AQ
GB - Upton Bishop HR9 7TT
A traditional country pub serving classic dishes to match the surroundings. What the food may lack in originality, it makes up for with quality ingredients, careful cooking and distinct flavours. Friendly owners run the place with a passion. One cosy..
GB - Walford HR9 5QS
It might not look like a village pub but inside there's an atmosphere of relaxed contentment. Simple cooking showcases produce from their estate and farm and lets ingredients speak for themselves; dishes have recommend wine matches.