Just stayed in the Hostelrie, it was a fishing trip on the river Wye AT GOODRICH, We found the place clean and tidy, very friendly welcome , the food is excellent and I challenge you try and eat the local Hereford beef pie with local beer, local flat cider on draught, although not cheap the prices reflect that they use local farmers etc for the best cooking..worth it.
One word of caution, I slept in a twin room (4) with my pal and after breakfast (10/10) I saw the ghost of lady behind me..my mates took it as a joke until Alun (chef) told us of the many ghosts of the Hostelrie and the fact the local paranormal group go there on a regular basis, the place is full of History, loved every minute of it. Sheer class and splendour its not but clean and tidy, great food and with all the local History...its a must!!! oh and we pulled out 16 Barbel and 7 Chub!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hostelrie at Goodrich is a country inn with rooms, a restaurant and bar. The 18th century gothic style building is situated in the pretty village of Goodrich, which is in the stunning Wye Valley close to the edge of the beautiful Forest of Dean surrounded by many historic market towns such as Ross on Wye and Monmouth the gateway to Wales. The Hosterlrie is family owned and run by the Landlord Ayrton. We want to make your experience with us memorable by providing a warm, friendly atmosphere along with great food, a fine selection of local ales and good wines.We look forward to welcoming you at the Hostelrie. Ayrton Lowther ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Hostelrie At Goodrich Hotel Goodrich