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GL52 2NZ, Cheltenham, 7 Portland Street
Right in the heart of Cheltenham's town centre, the Central Hotel offers free parking, free Wi-Fi and good-value self-catering rooms, all with fridges and combination oven/microwaves. The self-certified 3-star Central Hotel is less than a... read more
£ 28.00View Rates
GL9 1DT, Didmarton, The Street
Situated in the village of Didmarton in the Cotswolds, The King Arms offers free Wi-Fi, a bar, and an award-winning restaurant. This traditional 17th century inn offers homely rooms and charming self-catering cottages. Dating back... read more
£ 62.00View Rates
GL20 5RZ, Tewkesbury, 65 Church Street
Privately owned and a 5-star Visit England awarded property, the historic Jessop House is an award winning Georgian Townhouse situated in the heart of Tewkesbury, located just 1-minute from Tewkesbury Abbey. The property offers free... read more
£ 87.00View Rates
GL50 1XZ, Cheltenham, Wellington Street
Fresh, simple and very modern, this limited-service hotel is just a 2-minute walk from centre of Cheltenham. The award-winning hotel has bedrooms and suites to suit all types of traveller. All bedrooms have a flat-screen... read more
£ 44.10View Rates
BS35 3XL, Thornbury, Bristol Road
Thornbury Golf Lodge is set in the market town of Thornbury and dates from the mid-1500s. It features individually decorated rooms and is part of Thornbury Golf Centre. The centre’s facilities include a club house... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
GL4 3RX, Gloucester, Crest Way, Barnwood
Situated just off the M5 and 2 miles from Gloucester city centre, this Holiday Inn offers modern bedrooms, leisure facilities as well as a restaurant, a bar and free parking. The Holiday Inn Gloucester /... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
GL1 1DE, Gloucester, Bruton Way
Built in 1880, the Station Hotel is opposite Gloucester Train Station and a 5-minute walk from bustling Gloucester city centre. It has a bar and a restaurant serving home-cooked cuisine. Rooms at The Station each... read more
£ 42.75View Rates
GL16 8BE, Coleford, Lords Hill
Situated in the beautiful unspoilt Royal Forest of Dean, this modern hotel boasts its own golf course and superb facilities for conferences, leisure activities or quiet relaxation. Situated in the market town of Coleford, Gloucestershire,... read more
£ 49.00View Rates
GL128DL, Falfield, Bristol Road,Falfield
Set in a rural location, just off junction 14 of the M5, the hotel is perfect for visiting Bristol and exploring the Cotswold countryside. The 46 ensuite bedrooms are furnished to a high standard and... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
GL7 1LF, Cirencester, Watermoor Road
Riverside House offers modern and comfortable accommodation just 10 minutes' walk from the centre of the historic market town of Cirencester, also known as "The Capital of the Cotswolds". There are excellent road links and... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
GL53 9NP, Colesbourne, Colesbourne
Set within the beautiful Colesbourne Estate, this traditional Cotswold coaching inn dates back to 1827. The Colesbourne offers a bar with open log fires and oak beamed ceilings and a restaurant that serves some of... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
BS32 4AA, Almondsbury, Gloucester Road
Set in a prime location on the outskirts of Bristol, Almondsbury Interchange Hotel offers en suite accommodation, free parking and a bar. This family-run hotel is only 10 minutes' drive from Bristol Parkway Rail Station,... read more
£ 31.28View Rates
GL7 5FP, Cirencester, Lake, 6, 17 Spine Rd E
With a lakeside setting amid open countryside, the 4-star De Vere Cotswold Water Park boasts a luxury spa and stylish rooms. Overlooking the lake, the Brasserie serves local produce on both the breakfast and evening... read more
£ 89.10View Rates
GL51 0ST, Cheltenham, Gloucester Road
The Cheltenham Regency Hotel is an elegant hotel offering modern rooms and high quality food. The hotel is located 3.5 miles from the centre of Cheltenham and is also close to the M5 motorway, Each... read more
£ 49.50View Rates
GL13 9BA, Berkeley, Marybrook Street
This family-run hotel and restaurant in the heart of the Cotswold Hills is close to Berkeley Castle, the Jenner Museum, the Wet Lands Trust and Slimbridge Severn Way. Boasting a warm and welcoming atmosphere, The... read more
£ 85.50View Rates
GL55 6DY, Chipping Campden, Lower High Street
This locally owned 17th century inn, is crammed with history, traditional local cask ales and plenty of character, and stands at the lower end of Chipping Campden's historic High Street. The inn is set in... read more
£ 48.25View Rates
GL54 1AU, Stow on the Wold, Sheep Street
The Sheep on Sheep Street Hotel is set in Stow on the Wold, 37 km from Oxford and 29 km from Stratford-upon-Avon. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site.... read more
£ 69.60View Rates
GL16 8JS, Clearwell, High Street
In beautiful tranquil natural surroundings, this charming 13th century stone-built hotel offers comfortable, attractive accommodation with modern facilities seamlessly integrated alongside beautiful original features. The Tudor Farmhouse Hotel is situated in the historic village of... read more
£ 135.45View Rates
GL50 4AP , Cheltenham, Dunalley Street
With modern, en suite rooms and a bar, lounge and courtyard, this town-centre hotel is opposite The Brewery Quarter and 1 mile from Cheltenham Racecourse. Holiday Inn Express Cheltenham Town Centre is also 1.8 miles... read more
£ 56.00View Rates
GL6 6YB, Painswick, Kemps Lane
Overlooking the Slad Valley, The Painswick offers accommodation in the village of Painswick, in the Gloucestershire Region. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. The hotel offers free WiFi and free on-site parking. Each room offers... read more
£ 191.00View Rates
Places to Stay in Gloucestershire England
The county has an ancient feel about it with gorgeous buildings depicting both Gothic and Roman architectural splendour. These and other attractions in the county bring in many visitors from all of the UK and Europe each year. If you’re visiting Gloucestershire you’re guaranteed of not only nice places to see but also of excellent accommodation. Here is a detailed look at places to stay in Gloucestershire and accommodation options available for you.
Located in Gloucestershire’s centre, Cotswolds is renowned for its cottage towns, small but beautiful villages along its meandering rivers, manor houses,and honey-coloured old churches. It also prides itself for excellent accommodation facilities it offers visitors. One of the places you may consider staying while visiting Cotswolds is Cowley Manor. With modern restaurants and spa facilities, Cowley Manor provides an excellent view of Gloucestershire’s rural landscape and beautiful heritage-listed gardens. You could also stay in Painswick. Built in the 18th century, it has 16 bedrooms and beautiful gardens. Even though it has a country decor, its restaurant and spa are very modern.
Apart from being an excellent place for dining and shopping, Cheltenham, which was primarily used in the 18th century as a spa retreat, also boasts of extremely beautiful mansions. Some of the hotels and b&b’s that you may stay in while in Cheltenham include Hanover House, The Cheltenham Townhouse, and Ellenborough Park. Hanover House is a small b&b with an Italian feel. It has three bedrooms that are beautifully decorated and have excellent music systems. Cheltenham Townhouse is a five-minute walk from the centre of Cheltenham. It has spacious bathrooms,soft furnishings, and spacious rooms with relatively big beds. Located in the town’s outskirts, Ellenborough is one of the top hotels in Gloucestershire. It boasts of all amenities including spa, boutique, and swimming pool.
Forest of Dean
Beautiful and mysterious are some of the adjectives that have been used to describe Forest of Dean, the first national park of Britain and the oldest oak forest in England. When visiting Forest of Dean, there are many great bed and breakfast, townhouses, and hotels that you can stay. They include Wilton Court, Tudor Farmhouse, and Three Choirs Vineyards. Wilton Court is located just a short distance from the forest. It has lovely gardens, elegant rooms, and access to great fishing grounds. Unlike Wilton Court, Tudor Farmhouse is just on the forest’s edge. It has an excellent restaurant, gardens of breathtaking beauty, and country chic suites and rooms. Three Choirs Vineyards is perfect for visitors who love fine wine and good food. It has a hundred-acre vineyard, and a restaurant on a hilltop providing excellent view of the forest.
Apart from its natural beauty another factor that makes Gloucestershire attractive to visitors is its wide range of accommodation options. There’s accommodation for families, visitors on budget, and visitors on honeymoon (weddings) among many other options. Some establishments are located on or close to golf courses.
The Porch House and the Big Sleep are perhaps the best places to stay when on budget. Going at £90 per night, The Porch House is UK’s oldest inn. It’s made of stonewalls and has very stylish rooms. The Big Sleep offers an even cheaper option. Its rooms, though simple, have excellent designs. Its £55 per night price makes it a relatively cheap place to stay in Gloucestershire.
If you’re planning to visit Gloucestershire with your family, Calcot Manor Hotel and No. 38 The Park are perhaps the best places to stay. Calcot Manor Hotel has an indoor pool, comfortable bedrooms, and friendly staff that are trained to help families and couples enjoy their time at the hotel. Like Calcot Manor Hotel, No. 38 The Park has spacious rooms that are suitable for couples and families.
For those looking for romantic getaways in Gloucestershire then Oak House No. 1 and Lower Brook House will do for you. Oak House No. 1 has an eclectic design with spacious rooms that are filled with antiques and art collected from all over the world. As for Lower Brook House, it is an exciting b&b built on a backdrop of very beautiful scenes. Even though they are not cheap you will certainly enjoy your time in these romantic b&b and hotels. Some establishments have in room hot tubs as well.
If you’re a lover of nature, rural settings, and small towns then Gloucestershire is the place for you. Moreover, as the discussion of Gloucestershire accommodation reveals, the county also has all the facilities (bed and breakfast, country house hotels, restaurants, boutique, shops, and bars) to make your stay in this truly beautiful place enjoyable.