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.
The Three Choirs Festival is hosted in 2012 and is 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 of mid-Wales.
Ross-on-Wye is a popular traditional market town situated at the side of the scenic River Wye. Tourist information is conveniently located in the centre of the town in the stunning 17th century Market Hall.
There are activities and interests to suit many and varied tastes including walking, climbing, canoeing, fishing, golf, and sight-seeing. A trip to the wild Brecon Beacons would be an interesting contrast to the lush, sheltered Wye Valley or canoes could be hired a few minute’s walk from Warren Cottage for a day out on the river. All around the area there are historic buildings, castles, gardens and houses to visit and there is a fantastic choice of dining, including local pubs, restaurants and coffee shops.
The Forest of Dean is within a few miles and there are many places of interest to visit such as Clearwell Caves, Puzzle Wood and the Sculpture Park. At Cannop, near Coleford, there is a dedicated cycle centre catering for mountain biking and leisure cycling, with well marked tracks and bikes available for hire.
For theatre lovers, The Courtyard in Hereford and the Malvern Theatre are delightful venues for performing arts.
All this is within easy distance of Warren Cottage, making it an ideal base for your holiday
Ross-on-Wye is within a few minutes drive from Warren Cottage where you can find:
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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