Ross-on-Wye is a small market town situated within the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) the home of the original tourism movement by Thomas Gilpin. The countryside surrounding Ross-on-Wye is beautiful and diverse with rolling hillsides, woodlands, valleys, river, streams, green pastures, castles and much much more. Bromsash is located in the surrounding countryside just 3 miles to the centre of Ross on Wye and on the perimeter of the Royal Forest of Dean.
Eastview is surrounded on three sides by the wide open fields of rural Herefordshire. There is a wealth of footpaths making it ideal for walking, either from the doorstep or a short drive away. The South Herefordshire Golf Club is just a few minutes away on the edge of Bromsash and overlooks Hartleton Lakes where some fine fishing is available. May Hill (National Trust) can be seen from Eastview and can be accessed on foot (5 miles each way) or by car.
Bromsash has good road access to the local tourist attractions at Hereford, Gloucester, Newent, Dymock, Much Marcle, Monmouth, The Malverns, The Forest of Dean, Ross-on-Wye and the Wye Valley. A quiet rural area without being remote.
There are local taxi providers and a local bus once a week. For a more regular service, the nearest bus is 1 mile away. It is recommended that you travel here by car.
Turn left, taking the B4221 to Upton Bishop. Just before the Moody Cow turn left B4224 to Mitcheldean (also signed for South Herefordshire Golf Course). Pass South Herefordshire Golf Course on your left, then garden centre on your right. Straight on at cross roads. We are a short distance on the left.
Take the A40 to Gloucester. At Weston Cross turn left. Proceed for just over 1 mile to crossroads. Turn right B4224 signed to Mitcheldean. We are a short distance from here on left.
Take the A40 signed to Ross-on-Wye. After passing through the Lea turn right on a sharp left hand bend to Upton Bishop B4224. Proceed for 2 miles. We are the first house on the right after the second Bromsash sign.