Kate Middleton

10 Reasons why Ross is fit for a Prince…

10 Reasons why Ross is fit for the Royals

1) Food fit for a Prince
Herefordshire, with its lush green countryside, red fertile soil and benign climate, produces a range of delicious, fresh, local produce. Shopping for food for her Prince, Kate would find a selection of some of the best the country has to offer less than two miles away at Pengethley Farm shop, winner in the retail category of the Flavours of Herefordshire Awards 2010. Owner Joanna Lewis says: ‘We have several customers from Harewood Park and we would be over the moon to have the Royal couple among them. We are very lucky that in this country we are surrounded by local producers of all different sizes and there is such a fantastic selection of seasonal local produce, including local asparagus, soft fruits and tomatoes.’ If Prince William shares his father’s taste for organic food, he will find one of the best-stocked organic shops in the area at Field Fayre, The Organic Store in Ross on Wye.  ‘They could have handmade artisan breads, organic flours; they could do a full weeks shop here. We are an organic supermarket, everything in the shop is completely organic, with the exception of a couple of products which are purely natural and we have a lot of fair-trade products,’ says owner, David MacGregor who, with his wife Yolanda, moved to the area seven months ago, giving up corporate life in Edinburgh to take over the shop. Says David: ‘We buy local produce when it is available. Last apple season we had about 14 varieties of apples and nine varieties of pears all grown within a couple of miles and all organic. All out meat is organic and sourced from local farms and our local fruit and vegetable come from within a five to ten mile radius.’

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Royal Wedding Celebrations at the Wilton Court on 29th April 2011

Prince William and Kates WeddingAt the Wilton Court Restaurant with rooms we are inviting you to join us in celebrating the Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on Friday 29th April 2011. Arrive on Thursday evening and enjoy a three course dinner in the Mulberry Restaurant from our a la carte menu. After a comfortable nights sleep in one of our individually decorated en suite bedrooms and a tasty breakfast, the celebrations will commence. We will be serving tea coffee and pastries at 10.30.

Full TV coverage of the wedding will be viewed on a large screen from 11.00am followed by a Bellini and canapés and then a sumptuous lunch, served in the Mulberry restaurant. To enjoy the whole royal experience why not stay from £ 250.00 to £290.00 per room for two people sharing. Should you wish to stay an extra night we would be pleased to offer a 10 % discount from our room rates or dinner bed and breakfast packages.

If you find yourself tied up with other commitments why not take a break from your average days dramas and just enjoy lunch? The celebrations will commence at 10.30 to include tea coffee and pastries a glass of Bellini, canapés followed by lunch at £37.50 per person.

For details on our menus please visit www.wiltoncourthotel.com.