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Raglan House, 17, Broad Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7EA
Tel: 01989 763454 Email:

Julie and Robert Miller would like to welcome you to Raglan House, their café / restaurant and guest house which is situated in Broad Street in the centre of the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye. Having a central town location, the guest house offers all it's charm of a grade II, Queen Anne listed building, along with the convenience of all local amenities and attractions. Goodrich Castle and the beautiful Symonds Yat are just a few miles away, along with many other places of scenic and historic interest and is the ideal place for the business person, couples or families to stay.

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A double room at Raglan House.

A different double room.

One of the twin bedded rooms at Raglan House.

The AA 4 star accommodation at Raglan House comprises two double and two twin bedrooms, all of which are tastefully and comfortably furnished. There is a 'pull out' bed available if required. All rooms are en suite with shower / bath and are furnished with a hospitality tray and a colour television with Free View. Free WiFi facilities are available to all guests.

Breakfast at Raglan House is served between 8am and 9am (available outside of these times by arrangement) and is included in the tariff which is: £60 per room, per night for double and twin rooms and £40 per night for single occupancy. You may choose between a hearty, full English breakfast or a lighter, continental style to set you up for the day. All special dietary requirements can be met, but please advise at the time of booking. An evening meal can be prepared for you by arrangement.

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A second twin room at Raglan House.

A view of the dining area at Raglan House.

The restaurant at Raglan House offers a very comprehensive menu, with breakfasts being served until 11:30am, when light lunches become the order of the day. If you need a quick snack, there is a good range of sandwiches with many mouth watering fillings. Filled jacket potatoes and salads are also available or, why not try a delicious, homemade meal from the daily specials board.

There is a good selection of desserts and cakes to choose from with a choice of speciality teas and coffees to accompany. The restaurant is fully licensed so you can enjoy a glass of wine, beer or cider with your meal. There are other cold drinks available, including fruit juices, milkshakes and spring waters. From 2:30pm you may like to treat yourself to a speciality high tea, served on 'shabby chic' bone china. It's a mouthwatering experience.

The opening hours at Raglan House are Monday to Sunday, 9:30am until 5:00pm low season, 9:30am until 7:00pm in the high season.

The restaurant can seat up to thirty people and is an ideal venue for a small evening party or gathering. For further information on Raglan House, or to make a booking, please contact Julie or Robert using the contact details below.

A different twin room.

A triple room at Raglan House.

The restaurant at Raglan House.

Raglan House, (photo change pending), Broad Street, Ross-on-Wye.

You are always assured of a warm welcome at Raglan House, however, the Guest House accommodation is unsuitable for wheelchair users as all rooms are situated on the first floor. Regretfully, your pet cannot be accommodated.

Raglan House, 17, Broad Street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7EA
Tel: 01989 763454 Email:

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