Ross-on-Wye United Kingdom
Rated 79 / 100 based on 15 customer reviews.
The quality of service and hospitality at
Chasedale Hotel has been identified as outstanding based on consistently
high customer review ratings.
The customer review score on Gohotels is calculated using
a proprietary algorithm to determine an overall customer
rating between 0 and 100. Multiple factors such as cleanliness,
facilities, location and service are considered.
Properties with a customer review score in excess of 75
/ 100 are presented with an Outstanding Service Award.
Chasedale Hotel has achieved a score of
79 / 100 based on
15 customer reviews and has therefore qualified to receive
an Outstanding Service Award from Go Hotels.
The Chasedale in Ross on Wye is a large Victorian House built in 1870, 'in the dale of the Chase', the wooded hill which still provides an impressive backdrop for the hotel. Although only 1/2 mile from the town centre it is comparatively secluded, being surrounded by gardens extending to 3/4 of an acre, ample car parking within the grounds. The 10 spacious en suite bedrooms are all individually furnished with central heating, remote control television, radio & hospitality tray. We have one secluded garden view room. Many of the original features of the house have been preserved, including the tiled entrance hall and elaborate ceiling plasterwork in the restaurant and lounge. Our comfortable lounge, where our well stocked bar is situated, is the ideal place to unwind and relax. All of the services at the Chasedale come under the personal supervision of the resident directors, especially the cooking. The menu offers a wide variety of dishes including a separate vegetarian menu. Whenever possible, fruit, vegetables and herbs from the walled kitchen garden are utilised. The Chasedale is an ideal centre from which to explore the lower reaches of the Wye Valley (ANOB) and the Forest of Dean to the south, the Malvern Hills and black and white villages of Herefordshire to the north, the Golden Valley, the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains to the west, and Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds to the east.