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Ross-on-Wye, known as the 'Gateway to the Wye Valley' is an historic market town, located on the English side of the England / Wales border, in the scenic county of Herefordshire, or the South West Midlands. The town's sandstone market building is situated at latitude: 51.914 north, longitude: 2.583 west.

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By car: driving time to Ross-on-Wye from London, Heathrow is approximately two and a half hours on the M25, M40, A40 via Oxford and Gloucester.

The town is approximately one hour's drive from Birmingham via the M5 and M50.

For those who wish to find places in Ross-on-Wye using GPS satellite navigation, here are some extremely precise British National Grid References:
Five Ways Junction: SO 60131 / 24475. Ross Market Building: SO 59902 / 24149. Swimming Pool: S0 59953 / 24428. Saint Mary's Church: SO 59781 / 24063.

By Train: Ross-on-Wye can be reached by travelling from Paddington, London to either Gloucester or Hereford and then taking a bus. (Travelling via Gloucester is by far the easiest train route.

By National Express: a National Express coach service is also available direct to Ross-on-Wye from either Heathrow Airport or from Victoria, London. (Taking the bus is cheaper than travelling by train.)

By Taxi: [Daz's Taxis] [Alan's Airport and Executive Car Services]