The Georgian Villa

UK England West Midlands Herefordshire Ross-on-Wye

07825 990 166   Bromsash House, Bromsash, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7PL

  • Sleeps 10
  • Perfect for Get-Togethers
A grand Georgian house between the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean

The Georgian Villa looks across the Wye Valley towards the mountains of the Brecon Beacons, with the Forest of Dean just a couple of miles down the road. It’s a remarkable spot for a rather remarkable house that can be yours for a week or a weekend away. From the outside it’s neatly Georgian: grand, elegant and symmetrical, with cream-coloured walls sitting in mature landscaped gardens. But step inside and a comfortable opulence cocoons you in generously-proportioned rooms. Here, you can eat, sleep and socialise in sumptuous style. Sleeping 10, with options for an additional guest or two, this is just the place to get the family together for a grand old time in one of the loveliest parts of the UK.

The tone is set as soon as you enter. Chandeliers hang from ceilings, artwork adorns the walls and there are antiques and objet d’art everywhere. Georgian features underpin it all, but there’s a mix of styles put together with flair – and more than the occasional Victorian flourish. Having said all that, this place is no museum. It’s there to be lived in and enjoyed and is very much a family home. The turquoise sofas of the peacock-themed drawing room and the oatmeal Chesterfield in the neighbouring sitting room are as comfy as they are stylish. There’s a grand dining room where you can eat together and a kitchen that’s a pleasure to cook in.

Upstairs, there are five bedrooms and four bathrooms which are no less opulent than downstairs. One has a super-king-size bed and an en-suite with a bath, separate shower and his-and-hers sinks. Another has a roll-top bath under a bay window. All but the master suite have a TV, including the twin-bedded room. The house is designed for 10 guests but a couple of zed-beds means there’s an option to bring two more; handy for children who can sleep in with parents. For anyone else, there’s a pair of annexed holiday cottages, each sleeping two, which can be hired in addition to the main house.

While the inside of the house is impressive, it’s what’s outside that might wow you the most. The view, framed by architraved windows and doors is a constant companion in here. It’ll draw you out to the garden where there’s a hot tub, plenty of seating and a couple of acres to enjoy. Should you want to walk further, head to The Alma for lunch – one of several good pubs nearby. From here, it’s only three miles to Ross-on-Wye, half that to the Forest of Dean and a matter of less than half a mile to the nearest fishing lake and golf course.



5 bedrooms

2 Double beds

2 King beds

2 Single beds

2 Single trundles

Maximum guests

12 guests

Bathroom 1

Toilet, sink, bath, shower, private

Bathroom 2

Toilet, sink, bath, shower, private

Bathroom 3

Toilet, sink, shower, private

Bathroom 4

Toilet, sink, shower, private

Downstairs Toilet and sink.

2 Open Fires


Outside furniture

Hot Tub

6 TV's (75 inch, 65 inch in main sitting rooms)

Suitable For

Pets allowed. 2 up to 25kg each. £50/per pet per stay. The lead booker must be over 30 years old. No stag do's and no parties where extra guests are invited (If you are planning to have a big/loud party then this property is definitely not for you!!. No loud music after 10 pm outside. NO GLITTER.


The Wye Valley AONB starts at the bottom of our hill and is great for canoeing, wild swimming, fishing walking and cycling. There are many beautiful riverside pubs like Ye Olde Ferry Inn nearby. The Forest of Dean is two miles from the site and is fantastic for walking, climbing, horse riding, cycling, mountain biking and there is a Go Ape park. The South Herefordshire golf course is 100 yards down the road and there is also a beautiful fishing lake just beyond one of our fields. The Forest of Dean is 2 miles down the road. A must-visit is Puzzlewood where Star Wars was filmed as well as Merlin and Dr. Who. 

Food & Drink

The Alma Inn is just over a mile from our site. It is our favourite pub and also happens to be the 2021 CAMRA Herefordshire pub of the year. The Moody Cow Restaurant is also about a mile away and is Michelin-rated. We are lucky to be surrounded by great places to eat and drink: The Penny Farthing, The LoughPool and The Glasshouse Inn being lovely and of course, Ross-on-Wye is only three miles away and is full of great places to eat and drink. All food delivery services can be delivered to the site.


Available all year.


Short breaks from £2,475; 7 nights from £6,650

The Owner Says

The words 'boutique' and 'luxury' get bandied about a lot these days, but for The Georgian Villa at Bromsash in Herefordshire border country, they are probably understatements. Let's start with the location; a Georgian country pile in the outstandingly beautiful Wye Valley, which straddles the England-Wales border. It's a land of misty mornings, shaded forests, valley meadows, and mountain views, not to mention glorious sunsets and star-filled skies — if magic is going to happen anywhere, it's here.

 Furnishings and decor throughout are stylishly top-notch — think country-house hotel with a splash of rustic charm — so it's not just comfy beds and rugs, but also soft robes, cut flowers, sofas, armchairs and coordinated colours. The Georgian Villa is everything that's promised and more. It might even be unique — to use another word that's bandied about — but it's certainly a gloriously upmarket and relaxing base for hanging out with the family in one of Britain's most cherished landscapes.

We are a dark skies area. See the Milky Way while enjoying the 5 person hot tub on the terrace.


Contact Website  07825 990 166  The Georgian Villa, Bromsash House, Bromsash, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire HR9 7PL

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Getting There

From Gloucester or the M5, head towards Ross-on-Wye on the A40 for about 15 miles then turn right, signposted for Upton Bishop and Bromsash. After passing through Bromsash, the Georgian Villa is on the left 200 metres past Castrees Plant Nursery. Satellite navigation for The Georgian Villa's postcode (HR9 7PL) will take you to Castrees Plant Nurseries. Please do not ask for directions there. With the nursery on your left, drive a further 200 metres along the road to find The Georgian Villa. If using What3Words the unique address is: decimals.glow.result
There's no public transport to the site. The nearest railway station is Gloucester, 15 miles away, and you have to take a taxi from there.


  • Gardens & Grounds
  • Groups welcome
  • Hot Tub
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Family-Friendly
  • Sensational Views

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