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Pamper yourself with a stay at Caradoc Court, a magnificent historic Jacobean manor house set in its own lovely grounds above the River Wye. This former seat of the Viscounts Scudamore has recently been meticulously restored and elegantly furnished with antiques throughout. Approached by its own private drive, it is close to the Herefordshire trail with an excellent pub close by. All of the rooms are spacious and fitted out to an extremely high standard with en-suite bathrooms, flat screen televisions and tea & coffee making facilities.
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Information on Caradoc Court B&B , Sellack , Ross-on-Wye
|B&B Price per person from:||£ 45.00 - £60.00 (based on two people sharing a double room)|
|B&B Price for Single Occupancy from:||£70.00 – £85.00|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Delta, Mastercard, Maestro / Switch, Solo, JCB, Visa|
|Bedrooms:||4 , consisting of 3 double, 1 twin, all en-suite|
|Children:||Children over 12 welcome|
||Closed Nov to Feb|
||Tourist Board 5* Gold|
Flat screen TV, Tea & coffee making facilities
Beautifully landscaped grounds, Wireless internet access
Billiard room, Library
Rowing, kayaking, Fishing, Horse riding, Walking - Herefordshire Trail
|Local directions:||At the roundabout at the western end of the M50 take the A40 signposted for Monmouth; straight over at the next roundabout staying on the A40 and bypassing Ross-on-Wye. At the next roundabout take the right hand exit onto the A49 signposted for Hereford. After half a mile take the right hand turn signposted for Sellack, Hoarwithy and Kings Caple. Follow this lane for about 2 miles until you see the Lough Pool inn on your left hand side. The drive for Caradoc Court is just past this on the right between the two large stone pillars.|
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Review of Caradoc Court
Posted on by NicholasType of travel: Couples
On our approach up the driveway I could not believe that we would have the privilege of staying in such a magnificent property as this. Set amongst specimen trees and well manicured gardens the Jacobean mansion over looks the river Wye. Upon our arrival we were given a warm welcome by John and Kathy in the great hall, complete with galleried landing and tapastries hanging from the wall. I was quite astounded as it felt as if we were staying in a property belonging to the National Trust such was the age and period features of the house and surprisingly for a home so large it was remarkably warm, not the cold draughty place you would expect! The interior has been sympathetically renovated with the room we were staying in still retaining it's original charm. Although just outside Ross on Wye there is a pub that serves very good food at at the end of the drive, not too far to walk back after an evening meal. A place that we will definitely return to again.
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