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Excellent 5/5 17 reviews

Luxury Self Catering for 2 people

Cottage | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Suitable for children over
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Luxury Well Appointed Self Catering for 2 people

Bright light and spacious accommodation styled to suit couples looking for a more luxurious self catering experience.

The contemporary open plan layout of the ground floor accommodation offers lounge, dining & kitchen. There are two comfy leather sofas, a large TV and lots of DVD's. The modern oak kitchen is fully equipped. The south facing patio doors let in a massive amount of light and provide a mesmerising view across the garden to May Hill. The light and spacious double bedroom is accessed by a modern spiral staircase.The vast bed is a luxurious and comfortable super king sized which can be split into 2 single beds if required. Sleep with the blinds open to gaze at the stars. Select from a variety of lighting for night time ambiance.

The ground floor bathroom has a luxury 'P' shaped shower bath with off the mains power shower.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 5.6 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Birmingham, Bristol or Cardiff 80 km, Nearest railway: Ledbury 16 km
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Private garden, Shared garden, BBQ
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Facilities Include:-


Full sized electric cooker with halogen hob.


Fridge with freezer compartment.


Full central heating including heated towel rail in the bathroom.

28" Flat screen LED TV.

DVD and CD/MP3/Radio Player.


Car audio tour CD's to use.

Luxury super-king-size bed with cotton sheets and luxury quilts (twin bed option available).

Well-fitted bathroom complete with luxury modern, spacious shower-bath (room enough for 2).

Storage available for bikes, golf or fishing equipment.

Triple Glazed windows and doors.

On site (off road) parking.


All bed linen provided and beds made up ready.

All towels and tea towels provided for your stay.

All utilities are included in the price.

Bathrobes for your use during your stay .

We pride ourselves with an excellent standard of cleanliness. The accommodation is non smoking. In order to make this a suitable environment for those with allergies, we do not accept pets. Our bedding is a luxury non feather variety and soft furnishing are made from non allergic materials.

Short breaks available out of main summer season.

Further details outdoors

The units' own patio garden comes complete with patio table and chairs, bubble water feature and barbeque. Guests may also use the main garden. Sit on the decked area and admire the views.

Further details

All Linen Provided.

Heating included.

Towels provided.

The Heart of England/Peak District

The Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was first designated in 1971, covering 128 square miles from Mordiford near Hereford, through Ross-on-Wye, Symonds Yat and on to Chepstow in the south. It is an internationally important protected landscape, one of the most dramatic and scenic areas in southern Britain. It is the only AONB to straddle the border between England and Wales.

The market town of Ross-on-Wye is the only town within the AONB (the boundary closely skirts the towns of Monmouth and Hereford).

Ross on Wye

Perfectly situated on the edge of the small rural hamlet of Bromsash and surrounded on three sides by the wide open fields of rural Herefordshire. Eastview is just 3 miles from Ross-on-Wye and has good road access to all the popular tourist attractions the area has to offer.

Eastview is at the edge of this hamlet, with outstanding views across Herefordshire countryside (see picture - view from the garden).

There is a wealth of footpaths in the area making it ideal for walking, either from the doorstep or within a short drive away.

The South Herefordshire Golf Club is just a few minutes away on the edge of Bromsash and overlooks Hartleton Lakes where some fine fishing is available.View from the garden.

Click on the picture to the right to open up a new page on May Hill (the group of trees seen in the view from Eastview.) This a local focal point and tourist attraction.

There are good shopping facilities in the nearby market town of Ross-on-Wye . A village shop and garage can be found at the Lea (2 miles away).

Bromsash is has good road access to the local tourist attractions at Hereford, Gloucester, Newent, Dymock, Much Marcle, Monmouth, The Malverns, The Forest of Dean, Ross-on-Wye and the Wye Valley.

A quiet rural area without being remote.

There are local taxi providers and a local bus once a week. For a more regular service, the nearest bus is 1 mile away. It is recommended that you travel here by car.

Ariconium - Roman settlement

To the West of Eastview and either side of the road leading from Bromsash to Bollitree Castle. it is generally held that 250 acres either side of the Lane was occupied as a Roman iron working settlement. At Hask Barn (the Barn remains on the North side of this lane) iron smelting furnaces and slag pits have been found; this possibly being the main industrial site. The South side of the lane is believed to be the site of the Ariconium village. Archaeological finds include roman coins, brooches and bowl furnaces.

An excavation in 1920 uncovered part of an 8-12ft wide road running south of Penyard Hill. This is believed to be part of the roman route from Blestium (Monmouth) to Ariconium. This you can see if you walk from Weston-under-Penyard to Dancing Green.

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Review 1-10 of 17

26 Oct 2013


"A Great Find - we will return"

Stayed for 6 nights, accommodation has everything you need and is spotlessly clean, with high class bedding and towels. Ideal for 2 people. Jon and Sue are extremely helpful and they have supplied ple… More

2 Oct 2013


"Small but perfectly formed"

We were warmly welcomed by the owner, John. We found the accommodation to be well fitted out with all the facilities you would require for a holiday. Everything was beautifully clean with quality fi… More

29 Sep 2013


"Absolutely perfect"

We came to a wedding in Ross and stayed to walk for 2 weeks.
The hosts were lovely and immediately fixed a few little snags. It was a great base to walk the Wye Valley, the Forest of Dean, do part of several long distance trails, explore the Malvern Hills, canoe the Wye, walk along the Severn. Everything provided was luxurious and comfortable. A great place to come back to after hours on foot. Excellent walking and tourist info provided too.

18 Jun 2013


"1st Class accomodation"

Excellent stay at Eastview - everything 1st class and attention to detailspotless - clean - so comfortable - relaxing - king size bed just a dreamwe arrived on motorbike and even had garage storage - … More

4 Feb 2013


"Probably the nicest self catering property anyone could want."

We have stayed in the annexe at Eastview twice. The accommodation is simply first class,a kitchen area with all one could need,a delightful dining area, lounge with coffee table,two leather couches and a modern tv and DVD player. There is also a neat bathroom with both bath and shower. On the upper floor is a large airy and bright bedroom with a king sized bed dressing table and good storage space. The annexe is beautifully decorated throughout and outside is a dedicated sitting area.

3 Feb 2013


"Lovely in everyway"

Ideal location. Quiet location with fantastic views across conuntryside. Very warm welcome. Gave us all the info we asked for and more. Maps, books and car trip CD were very helpful. Places where to eat were just as described and you are spoilt for choice.
Accomodation is of a very high standard. Attention to detail made it special. This was one of the best accomodations we have stayed in over the years and was no means the most expensive, very good value for money. We hope we will be back at some time.

1 Feb 2013


"Room with a view"

Great cottage conversion ideal for two people. Great views golf up the road, ideal for us.
All that's was needed for a short break that we had and certainly everything there for a longer stay.
Had to go home early because of threatened snow which turned out to be smart move but hope to return and see more of the area.
Would recommend to anyone

3 Dec 2011



The accommodation is excellent and definitely worth a five star rating. So much attention to detail which made our stay very special. All the furnishings/appliances etc are top quality. Sue and Jon ar… More

15 Nov 2011


"A very enjoyable stay in luxury accommodation."

We enjoyed our stay very much in the very comfortable and cosy self-catering accommodation. It was so clean and everything we needed was there. The welcome pack was much appreciated. There was lots of… More

12 Nov 2011


"A lovely, cosy, clean, well equipped property"

The property was just what we wanted, cosy, clean, well equipped away from phones, emails and work. We were close to the Wye valley where there was plenty to see and do. Sue & Jon were very helpful … More

Delighted you enjoyed our self catering accommodation and the lovely countryside location. We work hard to provide a level of excellence as we would like to see when we go on holiday. (all the little extras to make your holiday special).
As you say we are in a lovely peaceful and scenic location where you can relax. No pub in the hamlet but then no noise issues either. Our nearest pub is only 1 mile away and we feel lucky that we have many excellent countryside pubs within a five minute drive away. The Moody Cow (2 miles), Weston Cross (1 mile) , Penny Farthing (3 miles), Roadmaker (4 miles), plus all the town pubs/restaurants of Ross-on-Wye which is only 3 miles away.
Hope to see you both again in the future.
Sue and Jon

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Calendar last updated:22 Aug 2014

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