Spotlight: Ross-on-Wye

What would Herefordshire be without Ross-on-Wye? Positioned on the South-Eastern side of Herefordshire not far from the border of England and Wales, picturesque Ross-on-Wye provides a beautiful countryside town setting to make a home. Perched over the River Wye the town presents a lovely selection of places to eat, grab a coffee and a piece of cake or do a spot of shopping. Here we share some of our favourite spots in town…

Pots and Pieces, The High Street
The relaxed and quaint teashop has a fantastic menu of teas, freshly ground coffee and delicious sweet and savoury snacks. The teashop is also a great place to pick up some unusual gifts and artistic pieces.


Truffles Delicatessen, The High Street
Truffles is the home of the gourmet sandwich and offer up an extensive list of culinary delights. We would highly recommend picking up a slice of their delicious homemade chocolate caramel shortbread or lemon drizzle cake on the way out!


No.3 Restaurant, Top of Gloucester Road
No3 is a restaurant and bar on Gloucester Road with a modern rustic feel. This not so hidden gem due to it's popularity is the perfect place for a light lunch, dinner, after work cocktails or a drink and some bar bites.


Field Fayre, Broad Street
The award winning organic food shop in Broad Street sell more than 2,500 products. Although small you can lose yourself perusing the fantastically stocked shelves.


The Royal Hotel, Royal Parade
The Royal Hotel offers up striking panoramic views of the River Wye and surrounding countryside from it's prominent hilltop location. Enjoy drinks or a bite to eat with views from the balcony or bar side tables on a cooler day.


The Chase Hotel, Gloucester Road
The ivy-clad hotel offers dining in the beautiful grounds. Whether it’s the Rosette-award winning Harry’s Restaurant or a drink on the shaded summer terrace The Chase is a fantastic place to bring friends and family.


The Kings Head, The High Street
With impressive oak beamed ceilings, original wooden flooring, leather armchairs and jam packed book cases there is no better place to enjoy a drink in a traditional old inn setting. Whether you pop in for a traditional ale or book into the newly refurbished conservatory restaurant The Kings Head is definitely worth a visit.


Rossiter Books, The High Street
Rossiter Books is a family run business offering a hand-picked range of both newly published and established best-selling titles and classics. The helpful and enthusiastic team are highly successful in bringing authors to the local area with a busy year-round events programme. 

RAFT, Broad Street
Filled with clothing, accessories, jewellery, gifts and home ware, the shop has some gorgeous and uniquely RAFT pieces.


Madame Butterfly, Broad Street
Lose yourself looking through the rails of handpicked clothing pieces and beautiful jewellery cabinets. The perfect place to pick up something a little bit different.


Pye Powder, The High Street
Handcrafted ceramics, glassware and sculptures – Pye Powder is a great place to pick up some new and individual pieces for your home.

 

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