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Hotels in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire is a county in the south west of England. Gloucestershire is part of the Cotswold Hills, the valley of the River Severn and includes the Forest of Dean. The county town of Gloucestershire is Gloucester. Other big towns are Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Stroud and Cirencester.

The Travellers Guide has a selection of hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfast accommodation in Gloucestershire, listed below. Please view our hotel offers page for the latest "early booking", "spa break" and "free night" special offers for a range of hotels in Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire has a number of must-see tourist attractions which include Gloucester, Gloucester Cathedral, Hailes Abbey, Stanway House, Sudeley Castle and Tewkesbury so read our Gloucestershire Tourist Information page.

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Puckrup Hall Hotel, Golf Club & Spa
Puckrup, Twyning, Gloucestershire, GB
The Hilton Puckrup Hall Tewkesbury is located on 140 acres of rolling hills in Tewkesbury, England. On the edge of Cotswolds, the hotel is three kilometers from Tewkesbury Abbey and 13 kilometers from Eastnor Castle. Three Counties Showground is 16 kilometers away. Hotel Features. The Hilton Puckrup Hall Tewkesbury boasts an 18 hole golf course.
The Slaughters Country Inn
Washbourne Court, Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire, GB
Washbourne Court is located in Lower Slaughter, England, two miles from Bourton on the Water and five miles from Stow on the Wold. Moreton in Marsh train station is seven miles away. Hotel Features. A 17th century country house situated in the Cotswolds, Washbourne Court stands on four acres of grounds beside the River Eye.
Hallmark Hotel Gloucester
Matson Lane, Matson, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GB
The Ramada Hotel and Resort Gloucester is a first class hotel located 48 miles from the Bristol Airport. The city of Gloucester's well worth a visit. With one of Britain's finest cathedrals and the National Waterways Museum you'll find plenty to see and do. Gloucester Docks has been completely revitalized and offers a good range of shops as well as an antique center.
Lower Slaughter Manor
Lower Slaughter Manor, Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire, GB
Lower Slaughter Manor is located in the village of Lower Slaughter in the Cotswolds in England. The hotel is one mile from Upper Slaughter and five miles from Cotswold Farm Park. Moreton in Marsh train station is six miles away. Hotel Features. Lower Slaughter Manor is set in five acres of landscaped gardens with Redwood and Horse Chestnut trees and the River Eye at the front.
Stonehouse Court Hotel
Stonehouse, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GB
Stonehouse Court is an outstanding Grade II listed manor house, built in 1601, set in 6 acres of secluded gardens in the South Cotswolds. The hotel is ideally positioned for both the business and leisure traveller, being superbly located for touring the surrounding region. It is set just off the M5 (1.5 miles from junction 13) between Bristol and Birmingham, 20 minutes from Cheltenham and Bristol Cribs Causeway.
Mercure Gloucester Bowden Hall Hotel
Bondend Lane Upton Street Leonards, Unit 2/glevum Works, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GB
The Ramada Bowden Hall is a classically styled country house hotel with Regency decor nestled amid vast green grounds, three miles from Gloucester Cathedral. Modern guestrooms provide amenities such as cable television with pay movies, complimentary coffee and tea, and private bathrooms with hair dryers.
Noel Arms Hotel
High Street, 1 Noel Court, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GB
Noel Arms Hotel Is A Medieval Coaching Inn Which IsSaid To Be The Oldest Inn In Chipping Campden ACentre For The Cotswolds. The Centuries Of HistoryCan Be Clearly Seen On The Walls In The Shape OfCivil War Armory Believed To Have Dated Back ToCromwellS Day. The 26 Bedrooms Are Decorated WithRich Striking Fabrics And Furnished With ClassicAntiques.
Swan Bibury Hotel
Bibury, Gloucestershire, GB
Originally built as a row of riverside cottages,the swan has become renowned as an excellentcountry hotel, serving superb cuisine. today,this picturesque cotswold hamlet continues toevoke such reactions. the hotel sits in the heartof bibury, overlooking the river coln and thearched stone bridge that crosses its shallowwaters. the bedrooms are luxurious andindividually decorated with good sized bathrooms.
Days Inn Michaelwood M5
J13/14 M5 Northbound, Lowerwick, Dursley, Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, GB
The Days Inn Michaelwood is a modern hotel situated at the motorway services between Junctions 13 and 14 on the northbound M5, 20 miles from Bristol. This two floor hotel features 38 simple, modern guestrooms, all of which include cable television, clock radios, tea and coffee making facilities, modem ports and bathrooms with shower/tub combinations.
Bear Of Rodborough Classic Hotel
Rodborough Common, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GB
This 17th century coaching inn has been carefully restoredby the present owner. many of the original features remainthe old stone archway in reception the flagstone floors andthe leaded windows in the original surrounds. heavilyinfluenced by the art and crafts movement the fabrics havebeen chosen to reflect the bold colorful patterns whichwilliam morris was famous for creating.
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