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Bridge at Wilton
Wilton
Ross-on-Wye
Herefordshire

HR9 6AA | View map

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Welcome to Bridge at Wilton. Set in its well established and partially walled gardens which run down directly to the banks of the River Wye, a more idlyllic location to unwind and take a well deserved break is hard to imagine.

Bridge House is a proud Georgian Country house with a wonderful atmosphere that will make you feel at home the second you walk through the door. We have eight beautifully appointed en-suite rooms, several restaurant areas, plus adjoning bar and conservatory areas in which to enjoy the famous views across the river to Ross-on-Wye.

Bridge House offers superb accommodation. Our rooms seamlessly blend classic furniture alongside contemporary design to create a welcoming environment of true character. Each of our eight rooms is appointed as you would expect, with their en-suite bathrooms, t.v. and telephone. Many also boast inspirational views across the gardens and river to Ross-on-Wye.

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Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 8
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Chef: James Arbourne
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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