Our cosy superior rooms offer a larger room allowing you to sit back and relax, with a larger bed with crisp white linen and duvets with tea and coffee making facilities, LED TV's and complimentary WiFi.
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Type Pub B&B
£30 - £110 per room per night
The Royal Hotel Ross on Wye sits in the heart of the historic Herefordhsire Town of Ross on Wye with views over the Wye valley.
The Royal Hotel stands high above the horseshoe bend of the River Wye, commanding some of the best views of the surrounding countryside. This majestic grade II Georgian country hotel was built in 1833 on the original foundations of The Bishop's Palace, dating back to the 13th century.
By 1851 it had become the staging-post for 16 of the 22 coach services which passed through the town. Thanks to its superior location and facilities, the Royal Hotel had become the town's principal inn, and one of its devotees was Charles Dickens, who frequently used it while visiting his business manager George Dolby, a resident of Ross on Wye, and planned his Celebrated American Book Reading Tour whilst staying here.
Ross on Wye is famous for its Market Square, farmer's market and antique shops, and is one of the most popular tourist spots in the region.
The hotel has 42 comfortable en suite bedrooms of individual character ranging from romantic feature rooms with spectacular views, to character filled single rooms in the old stable block.
All rooms have TV, telephone, hairdryer, iron/ironing board and tea/coffee making facilities. Free Wifi.
Please note that the prices listed are guide rates only and are subject to change.
Comfy double en-suite rooms with crisp white linen and duvet, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary WiFi.
Comfy twin en-suite rooms with crisp white linen and duvet, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary WiFi.
Additional Directions Information
At the end of the M50 take the first exit signposted South Wales. At the next roundabout take the A40. At the third roundabout take the B4260 – you will see the hotel on the top of the cliff.