Self-catering holiday cottages in Ross on Wye 

A beautiful rural county bordering Wales, Herefordshire offers picturesque Black and White villages to explore, areas of natural beauty like the Wye Valley and Symonds Yat - perfect for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts.  There are plenty of pubs, restaurants, and tea shops for meals, snacks, entertainment and sustenance, in Ross on Wye throughout your holiday.

Upper Trereece - sleeps 8, Ross on Wye

self-catering ross on wye herefordshireUpper Trereece was converted in May 2005 to provide a superbly comfortable home for 8 people.

It was fitted with all new appliances including a Rangemaster electric/gas cooker, and is ideal for people who want to have a 'get away from it all' holiday in the wonderful Herefordshire countryside. The owners were particularly anxious that the barn conversion resulted in a 'home from home' and not simply a holiday let.

The barn features exposed beams, a sitting room with a welcoming log burning fire, a large galleried entrance hall with table tennis, a 27ft kitchen/dining room, a utility room and cloakroom.Upstairs are 2 double bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, the other with an en-suite shower room, and 2 further twin bedrooms sharing a family bathroom. Outside, there is a secure courtyard with patio, garden furniture and a barbecue.

The house stands in its own 10 acre pasture leading down to the Garron Brook, is situated in a quiet lane leading only to the housekeeper's farm, and is located halfway between Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth. Share our secret valley - 2 miles of brook meandering through grassy dells with private brown trout fishing, kingfishers, lambs and cattle, buzzards and bluebells.

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Ross on Wye holiday accommodation, Symonds YatA walk through the gardens will bring you to the river bank where you can pick up the Wye Valley walk. In the village kayaks and canoes can be hired for a leisurely day upon the river, while those seeking more excitement could try white water rafting. 

For those who like more tranquil pursuits, this is a great area for fishing, bird watching and golf. 

Heading southwards across the other side of the river, brings you to the Forest of Dean, a vast wooded expanse of some 27,000 acres, which is home to fallow deer, a reminder of the forest's origins as a Royal hunting ground. A little further afield there is excellent pony trekking over the Brecon Beacons, and close by the black and white trail through the Herefordshire villages.

There are many excellent inns and restaurants in the area, some within walking distance.

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