This hotel is situated on the island where the M50 becomes the A40 and has a Beefeater restaurant on the same site. Since my last visit [20 years ago!!] the hotel has been extended. Our room overlooked fields, as did the main entrance lobby. The room configuration is of a standard Premier inn [no complaints there then]. The staff were efficient, friendly and helpful. In fact when they discovered that it was my birthday [18 mental years with 54 years of experience!!!!] they left me a card, balloon and chocolates in our room. It was a lovely gesture of random kindness and was greatly appreciated. Mobile phone reception [Vodafone] was grim in the hotel. The free wifi worked efficiently and speedily. Despite the hotel being sited at a busy junction the rooms were very quiet. in the older part of the hotel there is no lift/elevator to the upper floor. All in all this is a great place to stop, unwind and visit the town of Ross on Wye with its narrow up and down streets with paths to walk along the majestic river Wye.
We recently stayed at the Ross On Wye premier Inn and can heartily recommend it to anyone wishing to stay in that area.
It is located on the outskirts of town and not really in walking distance, but the upshot is that it is easy to commute to all the nearby towns and attractions.
The staff at the premier inn were very friendly, with a special shout out to Josie on reception who gave excellent service.
There is a Beefeater restaurant next door and we made use of the meal deal offering evening meal and breakfast at £25 per person, which was good value.