Ross On Wye Parking
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Ross on Wye, known as the birthplace of British tourism, is an idyllic market town with a modest population of around 10,700. The town of Ross on Wye, that sits above the River Wye, between Hereford and Gloucester city, and is regarded as the ‘gateway to the Wye Valley.’ It is a popular destination for tourists, due to its natural beauty, stunning walks and one of the best weekly markets in England. The town itself lies a short distance away from other beautiful towns such as Cheltenham, the Malvern’s, Tintern Abbey and Goodrich Castle.
One of Ross on Wye’s famous buildings is the St Mary the Virgin Parish Church spire, which sits beside the famously known Prospect Garden. It has sculpted the horizon of Ross-on-Wye for more than 700 years. Ross on Wye was a haven for painters and poets, with JMW Turner and William Wordsworth having discovered inventiveness within the snaking streets and Tudor buildings of the medieval town which has structures dating as far back as the 16th century. Ross on Wye’s town's symbol is the hedgehog and yearly a festival devoted to spiky animals of the forest.
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Parking in Ross on Wye
In total, the town of Ross on Wye has around 787 car parking spaces, eight of those being long stay and one short stay. The following car parks are pay and display from Monday to Saturday (8am-6pm, varying prices and hours) and Sunday (8am-6pm) between £1-£1.50 for all day. This includes bank holidays (Unless stated).
- Corn Exchange long stay (HR9 7DA) – 55 parking spaces
- Crossfield’s long stay (HR9 5AR) – 19 parking spaces
- Kings Acre Lower long stay (HR9 7AP) – 45 parking spaces
- Kings Acre Lower long stay (HR9 7AP) – 78 parking spaces
- Kyrle Street long stay (HR9 7DB) – 29 parking spaces
- Red Meadow long stay (HR9 7EG) – 126 parking spaces
- Wilton Road long stay (HR9 5JA) – 279 parking spaces (Parking is available all day for £1 Monday – Sunday including bank holidays from 8am-6pm)
- The Maltings short stay (HR9 7AA) – 107 parking spaces (maximum stay is 3 hours)
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There are multiple exciting activities to partake in, in the town of Ross on Wye and hours of excitement through canoeing on the river is a highly enjoyable feature for those visiting and staying in the town. Along with angling, a participation sport known as the most popular in Britain. Plentiful Cycling routes and hire and countless walks among the beauty.
View the wonders of the countryside from the historic spire in St Mary the Virgin Church that towers a stunning 205 feet in the air, having been rebuilt in 1721. Take plenty of walks and see sites such as King Arthur’s Cave, or book heritage tours whereby you will retrace the footprints of fallen heroes on the battlefield tour and listen to stories and see the battlefields where heroic men fought and died in battle. Visit the Norman medieval castle ruin of Goodrich Castle (HR9 6HY) that has been credited to be one of the most superb and well kept in England. It is part of the English Heritage society, for anyone who has a membership, entry is free. Another favorite is the Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo (HR9 6DA), where you can spend a whole day enjoying activities such as, walking among butterflies from all over the globe, participating in the amazing hedge puzzle, putting away at miniature golf and completing missions at warfare laser ops.
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Ross on Wye does not have its own train station. However, Hereford (35 minute drive), Leominster (50 minute drive), Gloucester (40 minute drive), Colwall (35 minute drive) and Ledbury (30 minute drive) all have train stations that are relatively short drives away from Ross on Wye. All stations have trains from London, the South and South West and from the North and midlands of England.
A variety of buses hailing from different areas are accessible to Ross on Wye. For full timetables see the Herefordshire County Council website as shown below:
444 bus to Hereford stops via Ross on Wye
459 bus from Ledbury travels to Ross on Wye
For any National Rail queries, call the number 0845 748 4950 or head to www.nationalrail.co.uk for more details.
There is access from many major motorways such as the M4 and M50 from the South and South West and the M5, M6 via A road from the North and Midlands. All of which join onto A roads which lead to Ross on Wye.
Sat nav postcode: HR9 6DA
Disabled Parking in Ross on Wye
All 8 car parks in the town of Ross on Wye have spaces designated for disabled blue badge holders. All disabled parks offer extra room, nevertheless, any car parking space is acceptable for disabled blue badge holders to park in. Those in possession of a blue badge are eligible for free parking in all of the pay and display car parks for up to 3 hours, as long as badges are valid and are displayed correctly. If you are requiring more than 3 hours, tickets must be purchased.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Ross on Wye, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available in two locations in Ross on Wye. Those being:
- Red Meadow car park (HR9 7EG)
- Morrisons Supermarket (HR9 7AG)
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekend & Bank Holiday
All eight car parks in Ross on Wye that provide 787 car parking spaces are pay and display. All car parks require a ticket to be bought from Monday to Sunday (8am-6pm), including all bank holidays. However in all car parks on Sundays, all day tickets can be purchased for between £1-£1.50. There is no charge over night after 6pm and before 8am.
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What is Ross on Wye famous for?
The town is well-renowned for its array of specialist and independent shops of outstanding quality, along with boutique hotels, cafes, restaurants and beautiful galleries. Governing the town and sitting beside the famous Prospect Garden is St Mary the Virgin Parish Church spire.
What is the population of Ross on Wye?
From the 2011 consensus Ross on Wye has a population of 10,700
When are the markets in Ross on Wye?
There are two markets, which are run by the town council on a weekly basis on Thursdays and Saturdays. Saturday markets focus more on the artisan products and local produce and crafts.
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Latest Ross on Wye parking reviews
Plenty of spaces available and bargain price for 6 hours stay. Also in ideal location if you want to see the town. Recommended and would use again.Jennie