From the moment we arrived the hotel had a very welcomng feel. The staff were attentive and interested. We ate in the resturaunt on our first night which I understand is normally very busy however we found ourselves to be the only diners. The food was excellent, good value and staff were attentive without be overbearing, a difficult balance when we were the only ones there.Breakfast was just as good as our meal the night before, cooked to order which was lovely and a wide choice.
We stayed in room 11 overlooking the High Street, it was a lovely room with lots of character and a very comfortable bed. Everything was clean and homely. Beams and wobbly floors create real charm.
The location was excellent, close enough for everything but not noisy at all. We did lots of walking and sitting in the Hotels bar area chatting to the locals when it rained.
It is hard to capture one thing that made this hotel so good as it was all the important elements-friendliness, cleanliness, excellent food, character together, that make this so easy to write a positive review.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Historic hotel in the centre of the market town of Ross on Wye. Ideal location for Cardiff, Cheltenham or visiting the Wye Valley, Excellent restaurant using market fresh ingredients, local real ales, friendly popular bar. Free wi-fi, and free car park to residents. All rooms on first and second floor, a listed building with old oak beams and stone fireplaces. There is no elevator. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The King's Head Hotel Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire