Have you commenced your Christmas shopping yet? why not attend the Ross-on-Wye Christmas Fayre this Sunday 25th November. Make a last minute getaway and stay with us here at Wilton Court on either the Saturday, Sunday or both evenings.
We would be pleased to offer you our winter warmer special.
Rates from £139.00- £169.00 for two per night to include:
- welcome tea and coffee served with delicious biscuits
- Dinner allowance of £30.00 per person
- English and continental breakfast
All served in our award winning restaurant.
Please call us on 01989 562569 to reserve your accommodation.
The Christmas Fayre will be held from 11;00am-17;00pm.
location: the market house, high street, Ross-on-wye. just a 15 minute stroll from Wilton Court.
This is a great opportunity to soak up the festivity of the beautiful town of Ross-on-wye, which of will have around 40 stalls including handmade local gifts and the beefy boys, a locally sourced beef burger restaurant in Herefordshire which will be selling their mouthwatering beef burgers and the ‘leafy boy’ for our vegetarian guests.
Light switch on will be located at the market house at 4pm. accompanied with singing around the Christmas tree with the Ross town band.
There will also be a Santa’s grotto for our younger guests to enjoy.
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This afternoon a Otter was seen swimming in the River Wye out side Wilton Court , one of the guests staying here this weekend noted something swimming in the river, they thought it was a stick to begin with but then noticed it was moving against the current ,(they then took the below picture) it then pops out of the water onto the river bank then dived back in and disappeared, on speaking with the owners Helen and Roger Wynn it seems that they are not the only ones to comment on seeing the Otter, last year another resident mentioned that they had seen the Otter out and about, unfortunately we don’t know if its a pair but who knows. This shows that the river is getting a lot healthier and cleaner, which intern means fish stocks are on the increase. I doubt the fishermen are going to very pleased about this, but hey that’s wildlife for you.