Dining Room can seat 20-22 arrange as per your needs
Hunter Suite sleeps 3-4
Ross Suite - sleeps 6
Cooking area of Kitchen
Hot tub fun
Fabulous venue for family get-to-gethers and group celebrations. Spacious Grade 11 Georgian House positioned in a village setting within AONB. On cusp of three beautiful counties (Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and Gloucestershire) and opposite Symonds Yat Rock at the edge of the Forest of Dean. Rural views from most bedrooms. On local bus route into Ross on Wye and Monmouth. Famous local shop just next door, Woods of Whitchurch, licensed, with delicatessen, bakery, post office and serves great coffee
Sleeps up to 20
Five minutes walk from River Wye
Perfectly placed for local river pursuits
On the Wye Valley walk , near cycle routes
10-20 minutes drive from a variety of golf courses
Good choice of eateries/pubs – 4 in walking distance, and an all day breakfast diner
Mini golf, Butterfly museum and Maze within village
Ground floor sleeping accommodation possible
2 family suites
Games Room from October 2017
The house has a wealth of character and charm plus a fascinating history; the oldest part of the house is Georgian (1676) - not overly large but very spacious to feel relaxed and comfortable, and especially cosy during the autumn and winter months. In the spring/ summer you can relax in the interesting award winning enclosed garden on the terrace or in the gazebo; BBQ in summer. Log fire in autumn/winter in the large lounge; as well as enjoy the elegant dining room for your special dinner. Catering can be pre-booked.
From October 2017 there will be a games room on the ground floor. Boot room to put footwear after a good walk. Walk Valley walk can start just at the back door.
Secure On line booking and availability calendar on our website.
Building of historical interest
Electric shaver points
Ground Floor Rooms
High chairs available
Large groups accepted
Real log/coal fires
Single sex groups accepted
Sleeps 13 to 25
Whitchurch Ross-on-Wye Herefordshire HR9 6DB O/S Ref: SO 550 176
From the South/South-East/South-West From the South and South East - Come over the one of the Severn Bridges on M4. If you choose the old bridge at Chepstow take the A466 to Monmouth. If you take the new bridge (or if travelling from the South West) take A449 (M50)/A40 at Junction 24 of the M4 to the historic town of Monmouth. Continue on A40, after about 3 miles you will see a Murco service station on your left. Just after this is the Whitchurch/Symonds Yat WEST turnoff. Enter the village onto the Llangrove Road and look for the walls and gate portals of Portland House immediately to your right. From the North M50/EastA40AT Ross on Wye take A40 towards Monmouth. Approximately 6 miles south you will see sign for Whitchurch/Symonds Yat WEST (Hedge puzzle etc.) Take that turn off and come over bridge to the other side of A40 (second exit off the small roundabout by the school). As you come down the slip round on the other side you will see the Crown Hotel facing you. Look to the left and there are the gates into Portland House on the edge of Llangrove Road.From the North A49 – pass through Hereford City taking signs for A49 Ross on Wye. Continue on A49 until Wilton roundabout . Take A40 signposted Wales and South/Monmouth. Now follow direction given from North/East.