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John and Liz Bloxham
Granton House
Church Pitch
Goodrich
Ross on Wye
Herefordshire
HR9 6JE
U.K
Email: granton@stayonwye.com

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Reviews

27 Dec - 30 Dec 2019

Well equipped and spotless. Would highly recommend. The renovation to the quaint little place has been done to a very high standard. Could not praise this little coach house highly enough. Immaculate, well equipped quaint little place. Just what we needed for our restful weekend. The renovation you have done on it is amazing. Thank u x

- Jules -

15 Dec - 18 Dec 2019

Liz is a fantastic host and the couch house is so beautiful! We loved it so much we opted to stay indoors by the fire rather than go out most days. Defo worth a visit x

- Rosie -

27 Oct - 2 Nov 2019

Cosy, well equipped cottage in a perfect location for exploring the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. Lots of local information and even fresh eggs and apples! Really loved staying at the Coach House - such a lovely cottage in a fantastic location. Thanks for the eggs and apples as well!

- Caroline -

16 Sep - 20 Sep 2019

Thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this delightful, lovingly restored coach house. It is spotlessly clean, well equipped, warm and cosy. Our hosts kindly left some delicious fresh eggs and fruit and they provide much interesting and useful local information. It is a quiet location but with easy access to the lovely Wye Valley. The food at the local pub, The Hostelrie, was excellent. So much to enjoy on your doorstep

- Ros -

7 Sep - 14 Sep 2019

The Coach house is a real home from home. It’s clean, pretty and everything has been thought of. You’ll want for nothing. There’s parking right outside, access on arrival was easy, the bed was huge and super comfortable, nice shower and plenty of hot water. We were given some eggs and fresh fruit too which was lovely. Goodrich itself is very well situated for exploring the Wye Valley. Would highly recommend the Coach House. Thank you for your kind hospitality and for making the Coach House such a warm and welcoming space. We loved the accommodation and the area.

- Catherine -

10 Jul - 15 Jul 2019

osy flat/apartment next to owner’s house with good privacy and very pleasant hosts. Thanks for having us

- Judy -

10 Aug - 15 Aug 2019

A charming coach house in a lovely area - ideal for a relaxed break. All very good, and just what we were after

- Mike -

11 Apr - 14 Apr 2019

A beautiful, sparkling clean home in a lovely, peaceful village. The village has a lovely pub for evening meals and is in a great location to enjoy everything the area has to offer. Private note. Thank you for letting us stay in your beautiful home. We had a lovely stay and we were sad to leave

- Madie -

24 May - 27 May 2019

Lovely, well equipped and very clean property in the heart of the Wye Valley. Had everything we needed for our short break. Loads of information on local walks & activities. Many thanks for a lovely stay. We very much enjoyed chilling out exploring the Wye Valley for our anniversary

- Ian -

5 Apr - 10 Apr 2019

An excellent escape for two with all home comforts. John and Liz have a light touch for those wishing to escape, but are always available if you need any help or information. The separate accommodation housed in a former coach house, is more spacious than I expected and the open plan space, with separate bedroom and en-suite is bright and comfortable. There is a covered veranda leading to the front door and we used this and the outdoor seating area even when it was damp and chilly as it faced into a wooded area and felt private and relaxing. There is a road running by the property which is normally quiet with occasional cars but can get busy as an early morning short cut. Apart from that the sound of birds, local walkers, woodpeckers and even (I’m fairly sure) a donkey we enjoyed a quiet and relaxing stay at Granton Coach House. The local ‘Hostelrie’ had a varied menu with excellent food and was easy walking distance using short cuts through the churchyard; we were made welcome at the morning service at St Giles’ and we enjoyed several local walks up, down and around nearby hills.

- Karen -