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Self-Catering Holiday Cottage Ross on Wye

Valley View in Ross on Wye, Herefordshire

From: €387 weekly Guests 2 Rooms 1 Bathroom 1

Valley View Self-Catering

Holiday home
This property is a lovely stone built barn conversion. The building is part of an 11 acre smallholding set in a perfect rural location on the slopes of Howle Hill overlooking the spectacular Wye Valley. This superb holiday accommodation has been carefully converted to combine contemporary, high quality workmanship and fittings with a comfortable, welcoming country cottage ambience. Large and airy open plan living spaces marry perfectly with warm and cosy, wood burning stoves to create a relaxing living area. The cottage has a pretty patio area for stylish outdoor living with beautiful countryside views. As the ideal location to explore the beautiful walks and cycle routes of Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, this tranquil and welcoming cottage is also the perfect base for going further afield to the fascinating and thriving towns of Ross-on-Wye, Monmouth, Symonds Yat and Ledbury. Treat someone special to a romantic retreat in this fabulous cottage.

Area
Howle Hill is a tiny hamlet that nestles on the hills overlooking the stunning Wye Valley in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Perfectly located between Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth, two ancient market towns with magnificent timbered Tudor buildings, old market halls, great shops, restaurants and pubs, Howle Hill has spectacular views towards the Royal Forest of Dean. The lovely River Wye offers many recreational opportunities – take a stroll along the banks, hop on a scenic river cruise or take in the breathtaking views from the vantage point of a hot air balloon. Venture to the 12th century Goodrich Castle, or stride out along Offa's Dyke or the Wye Valley Walk - why not take the ferry to the Wye Valley Visitors Centre too?

Region
Herefordshire offers visitors the chance to journey through lush green countryside, enjoying splendid black-and-white timbered villages, a magnificent cathedral city, a fairytale Georgian castle at Eastnor or books galore in famous Hay-on-Wye.

Amenities
Oil central heating with woodburner in sitting area. Electric oven & hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher, flat screen combination TV/DVD player with Freeview, additional flat screen TV in bedroom, stereo/CD player. Fuel, power & starter pack of wood for woodburner inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Shed for bikes. Delightful patio with garden furniture & BBQ. Sorry, no pets & no smoking. Shop & pub 1.5 miles. Note:Due to the location the wifi can be intermittent. Note: this property only accepts bookings starting on Saturday

Cottage amenities

  • Cooker
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Rural location
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Self-Catering Reviews

Ms Anderton
September 2020
A lovely cottage in a lovely area.. Sparkling clean and although there wasn’t the usual embellishment i.e. cushions etc. due to the COVID pandemic, there was everything we needed for a very enjoyable stay. The spiral staircase took a little getting used to, but was perfectly fine for us. Paul and Edwina were very welcoming and gave us lots of information regarding the local area. We would certainly book Valley View again in the future.
Mr Howlett
August 2020
The spiral staircase to the bedroom makes this property limited to fit and healthy people only..
Mrs Pearce
August 2018
Holiday cottage was beautifully presented and in a glorious location.. Owners very helpful and welcoming - would definately stay again if ever in the area. Important to follow the simple directions to the property as we were unable to locate just with SatNav when travelling from a different direction.
Mr Marchant
August 2018
The views from the cottage were beautiful and grounds were nice and clean.. The owners were friendly and there is a welcome basket. The downsides were the tiny staircase leading to upstairs bedroom which is pretty small and has no toilet facilities. The bed was not the most comfortable. Despite listing WiFi the cottage definitely doesn’t have this. You have to go outside and find a place to stand near the owners cottage to use theirs. Despite this it’s a really lovely place and extremely well equipped. Cute friendly dogs. It’s great for walkers who are used to country roads
Mr Gibson
July 2018
Really enjoyed our stay and was very easy and relaxed.. Would recommend to others.
Ms Aimable
July 2018
This is a beautiful cottage in a great location.. And I had a lovely week of exploring the area but I think the owner really needs to bear in mind that the phone signal there is virtually non existant and they dont provide wifi so as a single traveller myself its important for me to be able to keep in touch with family. I was having to walk up the road every night to get a phone signal. The owner gives you the password to their own wifi but you can only get that if you push your equipment right up against the wood burning stove and then its very weak ... the cottage next door couldnt get any signal at all . The complimentary jam crisps and cider were a very nice touch but after a 180 miles drive all you want is a cup of tea so a complimentary tea and coffee tray would have been great
Mrs Thorpe
July 2018
The cottage was well clean, comfortable, well presented and situated in a peaceful area.. The only downside was the narrow spiral staircase up to the bedroom which you had to be fairly agile to cope with.
Mr Howlett
June 2018
Beautiful 1 bed cottage on a small farm that keeps Alpacas & a rare breed of black sheep.. The cottage was extremely well furnished and the kitchen area included a dishwasher and washing machine. The luxury bathroom had a walk in shower. Although a bit off the beaten track the quietness of the location and beautiful views from its high vantage point made it ideal for those looking for a peaceful holiday. It's just a 10min drive to Ross-on-Wye and 5mins drive to the Mill Race, the nearest Pub/restaurant. A friendly place recommended for meals. Also worth visiting is the No.3 Restaurant in Ross-on-Wye. Paul and Edwina made us feel very welcome. A nice touch was the welcome basket which included some local goodies. A bonus for keen gardeners is Howle Hill Nursery, just a couple of minutes walk away. This is a gardener's paradise which has won 9 gold medals at the Chelsea Flower show, so well worth a visit. We had a week of hot sunny weather so the coolness of the cottage with its thick walls, made coming back to it after a day touring around, a pleasure. Highly recommended.
Mr Mills
June 2018
Amazing area lots to do if you want peace it's perfect too..
Mr Else
June 2018
Our hosts Paul & Edwina could not have been more helpful
Mr Glass
May 2018
A lovely cottage in very lovely surroundings.. Ideal for that getaway from the rat race.
Miss Brown
September 2016
Beautiful cottage , ideal for touring the Wye valley .. A little piece of tranquility away from the normal chaos of life ....heaven !
Mrs Turner
July 2016
The cottage was lovely, absolutely everything we needed was in it. The views of the valley were stunning and it was so peaceful.
Joanna D
June 2016
An absolutely gorgeous little cottage! Possibly the most peaceful place I have ever been it was a wonderful base for a restful break in this beautiful part of the world. We were made very welcome and the alpacas, sheep and dogs were very popular neighbours for our children! Thank you we loved it
Miss Brown
July 2015
A beautiful cottage in the heart of the Wye Valley, very tranquil, excellently appointed and an ideal place to de stress.
Mrs Burgess
July 2015
The cottage is in a lovely area and very peaceful with wonderful views. I couldn't find a negative.
Jane M
November 2014
Beautiful home from home cottage. Wood burning stove easy to use - very cosy property - perfect for chilly autumn evenings. Couldn't fault anything. Love this part of the country. So much to see and do - even in late Autumn! Sunset at at Tintern Abbey only beaten by watching the moon rise over the valley. Will definitely return and recommend :-)
Mr Wright
October 2014
The quality of the cottage and its furnishings were superb. Instantly relaxed and felt comfortable there.
Mr Green
February 2014
A superb quiet location with excellent views. A great base to explore Herefordshire and Wales.
Mrs Redgwick
September 2013
Lovely cottage, in a lovely location, lots of places to visit.
Mrs Faragher
September 2013
Peaceful location with views, well appointed fittings in cottage.
July 2013
The accommodation was lovely and spotlessly clean. Well equipped.
loffi
March 2013
Ideal cosy cottage furnished to a high standard. The hosts were warm, welcoming and accommodating and left us a lovely welcome basket of local produce. The views from the cottage are stunning and there are direct walks from the property and surrounding areas. There is a wealth of information provided within the property which included Local areas of interest including Leominster which has a small market, and has numerous tea shops and Tudor buildings, Hay on the Wye which is a book town and well worth a visit. Monmouth with the Nelson Museum, and the Courts. Crafts centres including Taurus crafts and the Hop Pocket Village are also worth a mention. The area has lots of attractions for families and children and local pubs are accessible by car or a steep walk.
Mr White
November 2012
Very clean throughout.
Mr Young
July 2012
The cottage was so quiet and peaceful, and beautifully appointed inside. We loved the fact that there was a dining space despite only one bedroom!
Deemax
September 2011
We had a super stay here and did plenty of walking directly from the cottage. The cottage itself was very clean and well equipped but the shower-room sink made wet shaving rather difficult! Similarly the circular stairway did not allow much freedom, but all in all...super!
Pipsie
June 2011
When we arrived we were knocked out by the views and location. All needs are provided for and we received a lovely welcome from the owners. The cottage is a real home from home and perfectly placed for exploring Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire, plus a path outside the property leading directly onto the Wye Valley Walk. Don't miss Litttle Dean Jail for a weird day out...and for a more tranquil adventure (but equally eerie!) Clearwell Caves is a must. This place is a real gem!
Pipsie
June 2011
When we arrived we were knocked out by the views and location. All needs are provided for and we received a lovely welcome from the owners. The cottage is a real home from home and perfectly placed for exploring Herefordshire, Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire, plus a path outside the property leading directly onto the Wye Valley Walk. Don't miss Litttle Dean Jail for a weird day out...and for a more tranquil adventure (but equally eerie!) Clearwell Caves is a must. This place is a real gem!
Mr Comfort-Wiggett
May 2011
The owners of the property were extremely helpful, friendly and hospitable. The location and views were remarkable.
Mr Osborne
January 2011
We were snowed in for some time - this feels like the best place to be when this happens. The place is cosy and well equipped.
Mr Mrs Milner
October 2010
A perfect holiday! The owners were very welcoming. The cottage was outstanding - 5*. Beautifully furnished and immaculately clean. Their taste in everything matched ours. 'Mill Race Pub' in the village serves excellent food. Symond Yat River Cruises were fantastic. 'Three Choirs Vineyard' for wine tasting was superb.
Mr Bell
July 2010
The property was immaculate and kitted out to a very high standard. Very friendly owners and a perfect little get away.
Mr Mrs Nieuwenhuis
May 2010
Perfect top notch hideaway. For lovers of 'rolling hills' especially in direction of Fownhope, Ledbury and Golden Valley.
Mrs Woodhall
November 2009
The owners were very friendly and helpful.
Mrs Tucker
October 2009
The cottage exceeded our expectations, and your staff were very helpful.
Mr Priestnall
September 2009
The cottage was superb. A fantastic place to relax and owners were really helpful.
Mr Hudson
September 2009
Five star accommodation in a great location, booking made easy by Sykes, will use you again.
Mr Braysher
March 2009
Very helpful owners.
Mr Pears
November 2008
Yet another excellent property from Sykes. Wonderful for a romantic weekend break and to get away from the rat race.
Mr Lowe
November 2008
A lovely property in a beautiful location. The views of the valley were wonderful. It was the perfect place to chill out. The welcome pack was a lovely touch. 10 out of 10.
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