Beautiful riverside walks along the banks of the River Wye start within a one minute stroll of our front door. Here you will find gorgeous scenery with even the chance of spotting an otter or a kingfisher as well as the opportunity to relax at one of the riverside inns. When you arrive at Radcliffe House you will be warmly greeted by Beth and Andy Morgan who will do all they can to ensure that your stay is a relaxing and pleasant one. br / br / br / br / 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. br / br / br / br / Ross is a great centre for outdoor activities. Whether you are a cyclist a mountain biker a walker or canoeist then Ross-on-Wye has plenty to offer you. At Radcliffe House you will find that Beth and Andy do everything they can to make your stay more pleasant.
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