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None that I can think of.
In a nutshell
Not really for the young at heart but great for unplugging from this tormented world.
I don´t know about special apart from it´s the only club in Ross. Here you can drink untill the outrage hour of 2pm.Wow. Don´t expect too much but if you really need to move your body till 2 then it´s just fine. Watch out for the drunks on the way down the street as you leave although they´re not generaly violent. Don´t be put off by the cctv on the street.
Opens at 9pm but no-one goes before 11pm.
Dress Code: None as far as I know, just don´t puke up on the gorilla as you enter!
Written Sep 2, 2002
Address: Kyrle street, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire.
Located about 5 minutes from the centre of town, this is an open air car park.
Pay and Display
Capacity: 49 cars
Monday to Saturday: 24 Hours
3 Hours: £1.50
Edde Cross Street, Ross-on-Wye HR9 7BU
Written Feb 2, 2012
Broad Street runs south from the Market House, where regular markets have been held since the Middle-ages. The market shown is from where the market would be if it was a Thursday or Saturday, there is also a Farmers' Market held on the first Friday of every month. Broad Street continues on to Brookend Street and is linked to Edde Cross Street and Trenchard Street via High Street, New Street and Kyrle Street.
What to buy: This is a small market comprising of about 15 stalls selling a variety of things and include cheeses, a pie stall, flowers and of course the local vegetables.
What to pay: Various
Written Feb 10, 2012
Address: Market Place, Ross-on-Wye HR9 5HD
The Man of Ross pub is a great looking building dedicated to a local man named John Kyrle. He was a major benefactor of the town in the early days, he donated money for schooling, houses and planted many trees throughout the town.
We called into the 'Man of Ross' pub for a drink. It is a really warm and cosy place which has a nice looking separate dining area.
The House where John kyrle once lived is the attractive timber framed house opposite the old Market Hall in the Centre of Ross.
Written Sep 8, 2011
The River Wye is one of Britain's most scenic and unspoilt rivers
Written Dec 13, 2002