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Views of the River Wye

Dating from the 17th Century Radcliffe House is a Grade 2 Listed property which has a wealth of historic and interesting features. The sign with the three horseshoes on the front of Radcliffe House shows it was once used as a farriers staging post to re-shoe the horses which pulled the coaches and carriages through Ross along the A40 to and from London.

From Radcliffe House

Radcliffe House has four letting rooms, several have wonderful views across the horseshoe bend of the River Wye out into the stunning Herefordshire countryside.
All the rooms are equiped with tea and coffee making facilities; remote control colour television and hair dryers. All rooms have en-suite facilities.
Children are warmly welcomed at Radcliffe House. Cots and high chairs are available, upon request, in our family rooms. However, guests are welcome to bring their own if they wish.
Breakfast is served in our spacious dining room between 8.00am and 9.00am. Other times by arrangement. Beth and Andy offer you a range of fruit juices; cereals; homemade muesli and a choice of tea or coffee. This can be followed either by a Full English Breakfast or a Continental Breakfast of croissant or bread roll with a choice of preserves.


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Radcliffe House - Wye Street - Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire