This Herefordshire town borders the counties of Gloucestershire and Monmouthshire, offering spectacular scenery in every direction, including the nearby Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. What’s more there are castles, abbeys, adventure experiences, walking and cycling routes, museums and even a film trail to discover.
Ross on Wye is home to a host of supermarkets and independent shops, as well as a wide selection of eateries, cafes and restaurants and is fast building a reputation as a ‘gastro town’. The town’s iconic Market House hosts twice weekly markets and the local artisans and craft workers of ‘Made in Ross’.
Within easy reach of the A40 and M50/M5 motorway network, St Mary’s Garden Village is well placed for the business centres of Gloucester and Cheltenham and for commuting to the South West, West Midlands and South Wales.
Enjoy a town rich in culture with a wealth of events and festivals, including regattas and dragon boat racing, as well as theatre, music and performance at Ross on Wye’s Phoenix Theatre. Alternatively, walk or even get on your bike and follow the Wye Valley Walk alongside the river right through to Goodrich Castle.