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Whilst the reservation is held with a credit card should you find it necessary to cancel even up to one month before due to sickness or other...More
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Response from andy w, Owner at Green Whale Tump B & BResponded 26 September 2014
Thank you very much for your comments. Cancellations are a sensitive issue for all Hotels and particularly for small B and B’s. A cancelled room can represent a loss of 30% of the B and B’s income. Rooms can be booked out for weeks or...More
We stayed at Green Whale Tump at the beginning of June in order to explore the Wye valley. The room was comfortable, sparsely and sympathetically furnished and very clean. The en suite shower room was perfectly adequate and there was the addition of a large,...More
We had 2 nights here and were very impressed. A really warm welcome from Andy and nothing seemed too much trouble. The rooms were very clean and well appointed ... I missed having a tv but I can appreciate that the noise may be unappreciated...More
We stayed here to extend a family visit. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, nothing was too much trouble and the facilities offered were extremely good value for money. Breakfast was superb and the views across the valley are breathtaking. We stayed in their Loft room...More
Lovely B & B with gorgeous views. Rooms were spacious, clean and very nicely done out. The lovely couple who run it went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. Home cooked breakfast was wonderful and we took our 2 dogs who were...More
Green Whale Tump bed & breakfast has beautiful views over the Wye valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. We enjoy a quiet rural location yet are only 3 miles from the market town of Ross-on-Wye and M50, 8 miles from Monmouth. Located in the historic border land between England and Wales there is beautiful countryside, castles, historic towns and the industrial archaeology of the Forest of Dean to enjoy. There are stunning walks and cycle rides straight from the door. Ali and Andy offer a warm welcome and home cooked food including evening meals with ingredients sourced locally from quality producers.