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The Old Court House is one of the more well-known and oldest buildings in Ross-on-Wye in South Herefordshire adjacent to the border with Wales.
The front half of the building is a stone structure which dates back to the mid-17th century.
The rear of the building dates from the mid-15th century and is of traditional period oak frame structure also under a slate roof.
The building maybe antique but the amenities are modern: en-suite rooms with gas fired central heating; modern alarms; electrical facilities; range of room amenities.
At the back of the property is a large garden forty feet above the road, complete with statues and floral walkways: on a fine day you can see the Brecon Beacons of Wales.
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The Old Court House is located in the centre of town on a quiet street and within a 50 metre walk of good restaurants and interesting shops: neighbours include a fine art gallery; fascinating antiques and bric-a -brac shop and a fine fishing and country sports shop.
Adjacent to The Old Court House is our own wine shop (Ross Wines ) which gives discounts to guests.
Ross-on-Wye if a fine example of a hill-top market town steeped in history. It offers a wide range of walks and sporting activities.
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