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Chase Hotel
Ross-on-Wye
Herefordshire

HR9 5LH | View map

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A warm welcome awaits you at this highly rated Georgian country house hotel. The Chase is set in 11 acres of grounds and landscaped gardens in the beautiful Wye valley. It is within easy reach of the m50 junction 4. The hotel has retained many of its original Georgian features, enabling guests to relax and enjoy their stay in comfortable surroundings.

The 36 en suite bedrooms are all individually appointed and well equipped and many enjoy views over the grounds and gardens. The hotel has a non-smoking policy throughout all of its rooms. The Chase Restaurant is renowned for fine, traditional cuisine and excellent service and has been awarded an aa Rosette for fine dining. For guests wanting a more informal atmosphere, the Chase lounge and bar provides a relaxed and comfortable area to enjoy light snacks and drinks throughout the day. In addition, Ross-on- Wye and Herefordshire boast an array of attractions and sporting activities throughout the year. Please note that the hotel has no lift.

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