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The Georgian Farmhouse provides everything you need for an enjoyable stay with bed and breakfast just 1 mile from the market town of Ross on Wye.
Benhall Farm is a unique blend of original character and modern comforts. Our guests often remark how they value the privacy and informality they find – our aim is for you to feel ‘at home’ and to be well looked after.
We have three bed and breakfast rooms, all on the first floor.The rooms are spacious and nicely decorated with en-suite facilities; One has a superking four poster, one a kingsize double, one two single beds or these can be joined together for a superking double.
The four poster & double rooms enjoy magnificent views of nearby Ross-on-Wye, the twin /double enjoys views towards the River Wye.
Benhall Farmhouse all rooms have Free WiFi access
Each bedroom has a colour television with freeview, mini fridge (stocked with fresh milk, spring water & homemade biscuits) & tea and coffee making facilities. At the end of the day you may also enjoy the private Guests Lounge which also has a freeview television with DVD, music centre and CD’s to help Guests relax and unwind.
We have a range of books, leaflets & maps on the area, which you are welcome to borrow & we are always happy to advise you on routes to take, or places to visit.
Next morning to set you up nicely for the day ahead you are sure to enjoy a hearty English breakfast made from local produce (Choose from, free range eggs, bacon, sausages, mushrooms, tomatoes) smoked kippers or scrambled eggs & smoked salmon.
Also available are a variety of cereals, toast, croissants, preserves, fruit juices, yoghurts & fresh fruit.
We are also pleased to cater for any dietary requests and freshly prepared packed lunches are available.
Benhall is a non-smoking & no pets establishment.
Our Bed and Breakfast rates are from:£84.00 prpn to £100.00 prpn based on two sharing.
Single occupancy of a double /twin room £60pn ( not available Friday & Saturday ) making Benhall Farm an ideal location for a short break in Ross-on-Wye and the Herefordshire countryside.