Dating ross on the wye

11-Oct-2019 02:33

The village pub the Alma Inn hosts The Linton Festival, a charitable annual event providing a range of local and more exotic ales and music.

Tenure - Freehold Services - Mains electric, water, private drainage system, oil fired central heating Local Authority - Herefordshire District Council Tax Band FEnergy Performance Rating - The EPC is currently E52 with the potential C72Directions - Leave Newent via the B4221 (Ross-on-Wye) proceed through Kilcot and Gorsley.

Entrance into a spacious Hallway doors off to a beautifully presented Bedroom with front aspect windows and access to the loft area, from here a further door leads into a storage room housing the boiler and hot water system, again from Hallway door off to Shower Room with built in storage.

Stone step leads down to the Dining Room with a feature stone fireplace surround, parquet flooring and windows to front and side elevation.South East approach to bridge has been rebuilt in ashlar with 2 flights of stone steps to the river bank.The sundial, formerly in one of the refuges has gone and only the base of the pedestal remains.Crossings of the River Wye in the UK cover the whole length of the 215 kilometres (134 mi) from its source to the River Severn.For much of its length the river forms part of the border between England and Wales.

Stone step leads down to the Dining Room with a feature stone fireplace surround, parquet flooring and windows to front and side elevation.South East approach to bridge has been rebuilt in ashlar with 2 flights of stone steps to the river bank.The sundial, formerly in one of the refuges has gone and only the base of the pedestal remains.Crossings of the River Wye in the UK cover the whole length of the 215 kilometres (134 mi) from its source to the River Severn.For much of its length the river forms part of the border between England and Wales.Location - Linton is a small village in Herefordshire, approximately 5 kilometres (3 miles) east of Ross-on-Wye. Marys Church dating from the 13th century, holding regular services and the church itself has several ancient yew trees in the churchyard.