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The quiet village of Churcham stands on an old Roman road, and intriguingly its old church includes a Romano-British sculpture. The green-fingered will be fascinated by its nearby pinetum in Highnam Wood... Read More.

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September 2017: Ashdown Forest

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The Wharf House

The Wharf House

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The Wharf House offers luxury accommodation, stunning riverside views, and excellent food, using the best of local ingredients. Each of our 7 bedrooms provide wonderful views of the River Severn, ... More

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The Dark Cottages & Lodge (2.29 miles)

The Dark Cottages & Lodge
A 400 year old Grade II Listed black and white farmhouse; with adjacent courtyard surrounded by cottages; Listed timber and stone barn. Set in 32 acres of open countryside with 2 lakes; 1 ornamental with ... More | visit website
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Dark Barn Lodge (2.29 miles)

Dark Barn Lodge

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Over 400 years old, this listed barn had been carefully restored to offer modern facilities whilst retaining the charm of yesteryear.
Set with in 32 acres of picturesque countryside, this family ... More

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Malswick Mill (3.59 miles)

Malswick Mill

A relaxing warm welcome, luxuriously appointed en-suite accomodation and stunningly beautiful setting awaits all our guests. The Mill Bar/Restaurant is the perfect place to meet people or just relax overlooking the grounds, gardens, lakes and ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Gloucester (3.67 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Linden Tree (3.73 miles)

Linden Tree
The Linden Tree is a Grade II Georgian Listed Building and within easy walking distance of Gloucester town centre. All our rooms are en-suite with a choice of either Twin or Double rooms. All within ... More | visit website
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Metro Inns (3.75 miles)

Metro Inns
Park for free at the Metro Inns Gloucester Hotel, a functional hotel conveniently positioned just off the A38 road in quiet Quedgeley, 10 minutes by car from Gloucester. It provides 60 homely double and twin ... More | visit website
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The Little Thatch (3.77 miles)

The Little Thatch

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The Little Thatch Hotel is 3 miles from Gloucester and junction 12 of the M5. The Little Thatch has a restaurant, free parking and en suite rooms with TVs.

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Conqueror Cottage at Stud Farm (3.90 miles)

Conqueror Cottage at Stud Farm

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Set down a tree lined drive (pictured), these three newly converted, spacious and immaculately presented cottages are delightfully located on the fringes of the village of Blaisdon. ... More

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New Inn (3.98 miles)

New Inn

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Situated right in the heart of Gloucester, the New Inn is the perfect place to stay. Fully licensed restaurant, comfortable rooms and a traditional Gloucester welcome.
Built from around 1430, as an ... More

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Centre Lodge Guest House (4.16 miles)

Centre Lodge Guest House
Centre Lodge is a family run guest house which enjoys an excellent central location within Gloucester. It provides budget 3 star rated accommodation with a continental breakfast. Its city centre location mean its just ... More | visit website

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