The Royal Hotel

The Royal Hotel
Palace Pound
Ross On Wye, GB

Rating: 3 Stars
This hotel prides themselves on First Class Service, Customer Satisfaction and Value for Money. The Hotel and town are steeped in tradition and history. The Royal was built in 1837 as one of the first purpose built Hotels in England and was visited by some great people like Charles Dickens who started his world book tour by writing his biography in the Hotel, and Royalty, who used to travel up the river Wye by boat. The town Ross-on-Wye was one of the first market towns in England and is well known for its antiques and Market Square. Your leisure is their pleasur as they aim to make all your desires come true, no matter what tickles your fancy. The Royal Hotel and The Wye Valley are bound to be able to satisfy you.

Room Information

Double ensuite.
1 double bed. Four poster bed.
Twin ensuite.
2 single beds.
Single ensuite.
1 single bed.
Double ensuite.
1 double bed.

Directions

Upon reaching the end of the M50, follow the main road towards Monmouth. At the Wilton [3rd] roundabout turn left towards Ross-on-Wye follow the road until you come to a right fork up the cliffs, this will take you right to the Royal Hotel's front door.

Restaurants

Restaurant / Dining Information
A'La Carte restaurant and informal bar meals available. Childrens menu also available. Lounge/Bar

Area Attractions

Area Attractions
The Royal Hotel itself is only a few steps away from the market square and was visited by Charles Dickens in 1867. Ross-On-Wye is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with the River Wye meandering southwards through the spectacular Wye valley. The perfect place to start a visit to the valley is Symond`s Yat, a village spread along the craggy slopes of the wooded gorge. It is also the location of the Wye Valley visitors centre, which has a beautiful butterfly garden and a museum of mazes. Between the rivers Wye and Severn is the mysterious Forest of Dean, the site of a prehistoric forest and an area of magical beauty. On the fringes of the forest, the village of Clearwell has many examples of the rich history of the area, with the remains of mining that has occurred her since prehistoric times. Clearwell caves, a 600ft labyrinth complex, has been made into a museum with many relics of local mining activity. Clearwell Castle, built in 1727, is considered to be Englands premiere Neo-Gothic mansion. Though it was completely destroyed by fire in 1929, it has been fully renovated and is open to the public from Easter until October. The tranquility of the beautiful border country between England and Wales, with the Malvern hills to the north and the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons dominating the western sky line, will make your visit to Ross-on-Wye an unforgettable experience. In addition to the tranquility and serenity, we are perfectly poised to cater to your wilder side, the wye river offers Kyaking, Rafting, and tubing, whilst the spectacular cliff faces provide the perfect feature for the death defying plunge as you abseil down to the magnificent River Wye. Not quite your scene, try the walking trails, cycling trails, hot air ballooning, golf, horse riding or a day at the races. Your leisure is our pleasure, we aim to make all your desires come true, no matter what tickles your fancy, The Royal Hotel and The Wye Valley are bound to be able to satisfy you.

Recreation

Recreation Information
1.58 Miles from The Ash Golf Course 12.62 Miles from Hereford Racecourse

Meeting Facilities

Meeting / Conference Information
We have a choice of three rooms for your meeting, conference or function. We provide the facilities and attentive service needed to ensure that your meeting, conference or private function runs like clockwork.

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    Amenities

  • Bar/Lounge
  • Breakfast
  • Coffee Maker in Room
  • Cribs Available
  • Double Bed
  • FAX
  • Hairdryers Available
  • International Direct Dial
  • Lounge
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • River View
  • Single Bed
  • Temperature Control
  • TV
  • Twin Bed
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