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The Hostelrie at Goodrich
Goodrich
Ross-on-Wye
Herefordshire

HR9 6HX | View map

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The Hostelrie at Goodrich, a family run country inn with rooms, has been inviting travellers and locals through its doors since 1625. Today, the building still has 17th century gothic character but with 21st century facilities, such as colour Freeview TV and free Wi-Fi throughout and consists of: 8 en-suite rooms; a bar steeped in history with its own rustic charm; large second restaurant: large garden; outdoor marquee; ample car park and secure lock-up in its large garage. Local food is cooked fresh to order to rosette standard and changes with the seasons. We support Herefordshire‚s beer and cider culture and our membership with Cask Marque guarantees you great ale. Our extensive world wines truly compliment our extensive food menu. The 12th Century Goodrich Castle is our neighbour, the only remaining fortress in Herefordshire and only a short walk is Coppitt‚s Hill, with its unspoilt paths and magnificent views. The Royal Forest of Dean and Wye Valley with its spectacular vistas are minutes away and the bustling towns of Monmouthshire and Ross-on-Wye are only 4 miles away. We will always provide a warm welcome to both adults and children alike...and the dog too, day or night!

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