Ross-on-Wye itself had been a bit disappointing: no tourist office, so you have to hunt for info. Best place seems to be at the (excellent) arts & crafts centre on the first floor above the Market Hall - itself the most interesting bit of architecture in the town. The town trail is difficult to follow, so we were lucky to stumble by chance across the Thomas Blake gardens over towards the river - a real treat. Anyway, we needed a light lunch, and No 3 Restaurant is perfect. Light and airy premises, good value - wraps, soup and delicious crusty bread, that sort of thing. Very quick service. Wonderful draught cider. Highly recommended.
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