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Castle Lodge Hotel and Wilton Restaurant, Wilton, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 6AD
Tel: 01989 562234 Fax: 01989 768322 Email:

Steve, Georgina and Helen would like to welcome you to Castle Lodge Hotel, a family run business situated at Wilton, just a quarter of a mile from Ross-on-Wye town centre. Located just off the M50, this fine Georgian Manor hotel is an ideal place to stay, both for the travelling businessman or for a family wishing to take a relaxing break in beautiful surroundings. Castle Lodge Hotel is located near to the River Wye, a perfect location for fishermen, ramblers, sightseers or those who simply like to take things easy.

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Castle Lodge Hotel, Wilton, Ross-on-Wye.

All ten, tastefully furnished guest rooms are named after the castles in the area, namely, Wilton, Skenfrith, St. Briavel's, The White Room, Grosmont, Chepstow, Raglan, Usk, Goodrich and Monmouth. All rooms at Castle Lodge are en suite with either a bath, shower or both and each has its own unique character. They are also equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and LCD FREEVIEW television.

There are 'put up' beds for older children and if you have a baby or a small child you are welcome to bring a travel cot with you. Regretfully your pet cannot be accommodated.

Castle Lodge was once the residence of George Dolby, the manager and proofreader of Charles Dickens. The latter spent a weekend here in January 1869 , whilst planning his celebrated tour of America.

A view of the Chepstow guest room at Castle Lodge.

The Skenfrith guest room at Castle Lodge.

When you dine in the restaurant at Castle Lodge, not only will you be served with the finest of cuisine prepared using the freshest of ingredients, the dishes are so beautifully presented that they look almost too good to eat. The chef has taken every care to ensure that his menus include something to suit all tastes, from the simplest of bar meals to a fantastic a la carte menu and prefers to use local produce wherever possible. You will find prime Herefordshire beef or tender lamb from nearby Wales on the menu and there is an excellent fish menu. There is also a good range of options for the vegetarian to choose from.

The Castle Lodge cellar houses the finest of wines from all over the world, including Chile, Australia and South Africa and boasts a fine vintage cellar.

The Bar at Castle Lodge.

The Bar at Castle Lodge.

The bar at Castle Lodge is warm and friendly, with a wide range of beverages to help to quench your thirst. The bar is also open to non residents. During the summer months, why not enjoy your drink out in the sunshine on the lovely patio area in the grounds of the hotel. The residents' lounge is very comfortably furnished with Chesterfield sofas and is a lovely room in which to enjoy a pre dinner drink.

The George Dolby Suite at Castle Lodge not only serves a sumptuous breakfast, it is also an ideal conference venue for smaller groups.

The George Dolby Suite at Castle Lodge.

Enjoy a relaxing drink on the patio at Castle Lodge.

The Wilton Restaurant is a delightful function venue, perfect for weddings and other family celebrations.

The Wilton Restaurant at Castle Lodge is a delightful function venue, perfect for weddings and other family celebrations. Please contact the friendly staff at Castle Lodge who will be more than happy to assist you with your arrangements.

Special breaks are often available at Castle Lodge and small conferences can easily be accommodated. For details of these and for any further information you require, you are welcome to visit the Castle Lodge web site.

Castle Lodge Hotel and The Wilton Restaurant, Wilton, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. HR9 6AD
Tel: 01989 562234 Fax: 01989 768322 Email:

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