Warren Cottage is a gorgeous, traditional one-bedroomed, self-contained holiday cottage which is small, but full of character and set in a quiet hamlet on the outskirts of Ross-on-Wye. It provides an ideal, cosy base for enjoying your holiday exploring the stunning Wye Valley, visiting the Forest of Dean and experiencing rural Herefordshire.
Affectionately known as ‘the little house’, the cottage is part of a converted bakery and we have lovingly renovated it with modern furnishings, retaining the original oak beams and inglenook fireplace which now contains a stove that will burn wood and coal for a really warm welcome.
We want you to thoroughly enjoy your stay in this superb cottage in this amazing part of the country. There is so much to see and do to suit all tastes and Warren Cottage is ideally placed to give you a fabulous base, with more than a little hint of luxury for your holiday.
Warren Cottage is in the heart of the countryside, yet within easy reach of amenities, including a local garage, post office, great pubs on the banks of the River Wye and shopping and supermarkets in Ross town, which is a mere 1.5 miles away. The cottage is conveniently situated on the Hoarwithy Road where the rural county bus passes on its scenic route between Hereford and Ross.
It is an ideal base for enjoying any type of holiday in the Wye Valley, which offers something for everyone; cycling and walking in the Forest of Dean, canoeing down the River Wye, hiking in the Brecon Beacons, visiting the many small market towns in the area, visitng Hereford Cathedral, local museums, or the many castles around us. The area is stunning and offers the perfect holiday environment.
We are thrilled to offer you this little house and hope that you will really enjoy your holiday here.
The cottage is tastefully decorated and the accommodation is cozy and inviting. All the furnishings and fixtures are modern. Warren Cottage is in the heart of rural Herefordshire so don't miss out on an opportunity to enjoy this cottage with loads of traditional character and with that modern touch of luxury to make your holiday really special - including free wifi! All electricity is included in the price and some complementary wood and coal is provided for the stove.
At the front of the cottage is a deck which greets you warmly with tubs of bright coloured flowers. A seating area is provided for sitting out and enjoying the afternoon and evening sunshine, and watching the world go by. Secure storage is available for hiking gear, push bikes or a motor bike. Parking is in front of the cottage and cars of all sizes have visited us, even motorhomes! The cottage is within a 30 limit, and cars are parked all along the lane, and we have dedicated space alongside the deck in front of the cottage for you to park your car very close.
The Herefordshire lifestyle is centred around arable and livestock farming, as well as extensive woodland cultivation, forestry and orchards. The county town of Hereford with its magnificent Cathedral and medieval bridge across the River Wye, is steeped in history whilst providing many modern facilities. The Three Choirs Festival was hosted in 2012 and was Europe’s oldest Music Festival. Hereford has many museums, including Hereford Museum is in the city centre, the Cider Museum unfolding the story of traditional cider making in the area and the Waterworks Museum outside the city. Visit the renowned Symonds Yat Rock and admire the dramatic views of the gorge and out across Herefordshire towards the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons.
Perfect for a holiday at any time of year, the Wye Valley runs through the counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire and is one of the UK's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is very popular with visitors, with its pleasant climate, breathtaking scenery and famous landmarks.
The Herefordshire lifestyle is centred around arable and livestock farming, as well as extensive woodland cultivation, forestry and orchards. The county town of Hereford with its magnificent Cathedral and medieval bridge across the River Wye, is steeped in history whilst providing many modern facilities.
Further afield are the Spa town of Cheltenham, and the spectacular Brecon Beacons. Two well-renowned shops are very close to Warren Cottage and well worth a visit - Labels Fashion Outlet (just at the end of the M50) and Baileys Home and Garden Store (on the A49 in Bridstow).
Ross-on-Wye can appear to have it's own micro-climate - check out the weather in Ross-on-Wye at the Metoffice weather forecast.
Beautifully Presented Self-Catering
Holiday Cottage - Bridstow,
Near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire
Please contact us about the availability of Warren Cottage for your holiday in the Wye Valley. We will book your dates and you don't need to pay anything until you arrive.
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