|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Warren Cottage has been delightfully renovated and tastefully decorated to provide traditional cozy comfort and is full of period character, including an inglenook fireplace with the old bread oven and woodburning stove, and the old beams in the bedroom ceiling.
The front door opens into a bright, fully fitted kitchen with vaulted ceiling. All the usual kitchenware is provided, with an abundance of utensils and many full-sized appliances including fridge/freezer, microwave, conventional oven, 4-ring hob and washing machine.
From the kitchen enter the old cottage and a comfortable sitting room with a luxurious reclining leather sofa, woodburning stove, good sized television with DVD. The dining area is set with oak table and chairs providing a perfect setting for a relaxing meal for two.
A modern Italian spiral staircase leads to a sunny double bedroom with beamed ceiling and far reaching views. The very comfortable, oak double bed is fitted with a luxurious foam mattress and a king-sized duvet for extra comfort.
The bathroom is conveniently located downstairs and has that 'wow' factor, featuring a good sized corner bath with an efficient electric shower above.
The cottage enjoys a south-facing aspect, and the afternoon and evening sunshine, which can soaked up outside on the deck watching the world go by. Secure storage is available within the lean-to which can house your hiking gear, a couple of push bikes or a motor bike, and parking for a car is partly off-road, alongside the deck.
What a lovely place, excellent quality in everything provided. We will be back and will recommend it to others. We have had a wonderful week!
My 2nd stay at this pretty and cosy cottage. Tastefully decorated, well equipped, comfortable furnishings, very clean and neat. Situated on a pretty country road, lovely rural views from the bedroom windows, very quiet and peaceful retreat. Strongly recommended, the owners are helpful and take great care and pride in presenting this cottage to the highest standard.
I was looking for a quiet but not too expensive "retreat" to write for a month (October 2016) and was on the verge of giving up when I discovered Warren Cottage. It is superbly located on the outskirts of Ross but feels farther out in the country. It is a thoughtfully remodeled space with high-end but unfussy furnishings, and the owners (Clare and Rob), who live a short drive away, make sure everything is clean and organized for their guests. Given my length of stay, it was important that everything worked dependably, and it did, including fast broadband, very efficient heating (plus wood stove), well equipped kitchen, and superbly fitted-out bath/shower. The latter was sheer bliss after early morning runs along the country roads. The cottage also has a small outhouse which is handy for bike storage. As I write this, I'm trying to think of anything that wasn't quite perfect, but all I can come up with is wishing that the month at Warren Cottage had not gone by quite so quickly. Definitely plan to go back. Five stars, well deserved!
At last we have found comfortable, reasonably priced accommodation in the area! The cottage is very tastefully decorated, clean, well equipped, and as cosy as it gets. We very much plan to be back..
Superb peaceful cottage, fully equipped, lots of little welcoming touches left by owners, peace, quiet, log burning stove, great bedroom, lounge and bathroom, close to Ross, idyllic and cannot recommend enough. We will most certainly be going back there....... a real haven! Peter and Lynne Gifford from Hertfordshire.
We could not fault our stay at Warren cottage! Clare and Rob were very polite and were fantastic to work with and made us feel extremely welcome at their cottage for the weekend. The service they provided was truly outstanding to every detail, from perfect cleanliness to providing us with items we needed, e.g. Wood for the fire, tea/ coffee, milk, soap, shower gel.
The location was perfect. We had the opportunity to visit Ross itself as well as several Cotswold towns and Gloucester as they were all close by.
along with this the cottage was perfect for the two of us, all rooms were lovely and cosy especially by the fire! The kitchen was well equipped in which we cooked several meals and breakfast, the bed was very comfy and all of the cottage was well lit and had plenty of heating. Although the cottage is for just two people there was adequate space and was very cosy!
We had an outstanding time at Warren Cottage for an incredible price! We certainly are returning again this year as will our friends and family who we have recommended this perfect cottage to!
Thank you again Clare and Rob.
Warren Cottage is in the heart of rural Herefordshire, just 1.5 miles from Ross-on-Wye, the gateway to the stunning Wye Valley. Affectionately known as 'the little house, it provides a delightful base to explore the area which is perfect for a holiday at any time of year. The Wye Valley runs through the counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Monmouthshire and is one of the UK's Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area is very popular with visitors, with its pleasant climate, breathtaking scenery and famous landmarks.
The Herefordshire lifestyle is centred around arable and livestock farming, as well as extensive woodland cultivation, forestry and orchards. The county town of Hereford with its magnificent Cathedral and medieval bridge across the River Wye, is steeped in history.
The Three Choirs Festival is hosted in 2012 and is Europe’s oldest Music Festival. Hereford has many museums, including Hereford Museum is in the city centre, the Cider Museum provides a history of traditional cider making in the area and the Waterworks Museum outside the city.
Visit the renowned Symonds Yat Rock and admire the dramatic views of the gorge and out across Herefordshire towards the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons of mid-Wales.
Ross-on-Wye is a popular traditional market town situated at the side of the scenic River Wye. Tourist information is conveniently located in the centre of the town in the stunning 17th century Market Hall.
There are activities and interests to suit many and varied tastes including walking, cycling, climbing, canoeing, fishing, golf, and sight-seeing. A trip to the wild Brecon Beacons would be an interesting contrast to the lush, sheltered Wye Valley or canoes could be hired a few minute’s walk from Warren Cottage for a day out on the river. All around the area there are historic buildings, castles, gardens and houses to visit and there is a fantastic choice of dining, including local pubs, restaurants and coffee shops.
The Forest of Dean is within a few miles and there are many places of interest to visit such as Clearwell Caves, Puzzle Wood and the Sculpture Park. At Cannop, near Coleford, there is a dedicated cycle centre catering for mountain biking and leisure cycling, with well marked tracks and bikes available for hire.
For theatre lovers, The Courtyard in Hereford and the Malvern Theatre are delightful venues for performing arts.
All this is within easy distance of Warren Cottage, making it an ideal base for your holiday.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Gorgeous accommodation for up to 2 Guests. Minimum stay 2 nights - £60 per night / £310 per week
Note: Summer and Christmas seasons - £70 per night / £380 per week (summer season rates run from last week June to first week September each year, Christmas season runs from week before Christmas to the end of the first week of the New Year)
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.