04 Oct Relaxing Place For Commuters To Stay Ross on Wye
Ross on Wye is known as the birthplace of tourism but it’s also a busy business hub.
The perfectly placed pit stop at the end of the M50 for commuters travelling between the North West and Midlands to South Wales, is full of convenient bed and breakfasts like Bridstow Guest House, where you can find a relaxing place for commuters to stay Ross on Wye.
Although hotels like Premier Inn have their place, owner Celia Hutchings set up a bed and breakfast on the edge of the town to provide a ‘home from home’ experience for business commuters.
“When you’ve had a busy day at the office, or travelled a long way, you can recharge your batteries better in a place where you can truly relax.” Celia explains.
Situated just minutes from the M50 and A40, this newly renovated Victorian home sits high on a hill overlooking Ross on Wye with views taking in the English countryside and Welsh Mountains.
Parking isn’t a problem on the large gravel drive as you arrive through the gates. Once you’ve unpacked, spend your evening unwinding by the glowing wood burner with your favourite tipple.
Then retire to your room complete with large double bed, Egyptian cotton sheets, free wifi, television, personally controlled heating, modern en-suite bathroom with fluffy towels & under floor heating and refreshments including tea, coffee & home made shortbread.
Wake up to a freshly prepared breakfast cooked by Celia – a qualified Chef, using local ingredients and home made jams. And early starts are no problem if you have a meeting you need to head off to.
Join the Bridstow Guest House loyalty scheme. Once you’ve stayed 5 nights (and they don’t have to be consecutive), enjoy a 50% discount on the 6th.