A RIVER VIEW FROM EVERY ROOM
The White House Bed & Breakfast is situated in the historic market town of Ross on Wye and less than 100 yards from the River.
We would love to welcome guests old and new to our recently refurbished guest house. We are within two minutes walk of Ross town centre, giving easy access to shops, restaurants and bars, plus easy access for Cycling, Fishing, Canoeing, Walking, Horse Racing, Cider Tours, and many other activities.
Amenities & Services
All rooms have river view.
Every room en suite.
All bedrooms non smoking.
Tea & coffee making facilities, complimentary bottled water.
LCD/Plasma TV in every room.
Visitors old and new have always loved Ross-on-Wye and thousands come to the town all through the year. The shops, the walks, the canoeing on the river Wye, the fishing, the history trails, the Tudor buildings, the restaurants, coffee shops and bars are just some of the attractions that draw visitors year after year.
Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1971, the area has been attracting visitors for centuries. The most breathtaking natural scenery in the UK combines a unique blend of Welsh and English influences and offers a warm welcome to visitors from all over the world.
Symonds Yat Rock provides an incredible viewpoint of the River Wye, and is said to be the best viewpoint in Britain. The river can be seen to follow dramatic U-bends around Huntsman and Coppet Hill. And in the distance you can see across Herefordshire towards the beautiful mountains of mid Wales. The river Wye is famous for its fishing and has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its nutrient unpolluted water, which supports an abundance of animal and plant life. You can see anything from kingfishers to swans on the River on any given day.
The River passes many famous sites – Symonds Yat, Kilvert country, and the majestic Tintern Abbey. And let's not forget the cider! Throughout Herefordshire there is a strong tradition of cider making. Herefordshire is the producer of over half of the cider in the UK, and there are many 'cider tours' available throughout the Herefordshire and Wye Valley 'cider route'.
With so many places to visit, and so many things to see and do, Ross on Wye provides a perfect location at any time of year. It is indeed a valley for all seasons. The sight of the bluebells in spring is truly a sight to behold, the green and fertile landscapes, the greens, brown, and golden shades of woodland, and the dusting of snow on the hills when autumn starts to fade and the winter months close in, all make the landscape and surrounding areas beautiful at any time of the year.
Many artists, poets and writers have sought to capture its tranquil charm and elusive beauty. Fought over for centuries by the English and the Welsh and many more before them has awesome castles around every bend and twist in the River Wye, hawks soaring over the fields and forests, and secret places along every stream. bustling market towns, fresh farm produce, an artisan tradition, generous hospitality, and sunshine and showers, the Wye Valley is a captivating experience that treats the senses at any time of year.