Berkeley Castle
Berkeley Castle

Berkeley, set on a rocky rise near the Severn, is a relatively small village, though its castle has played a huge part in English history including the horrible death of Edward II there... Read More

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The Malt house as it is now known, was the ...More

Berkeley Events

May
Berkeley Castle Game & Country Fair
June
Berkeley Festival
Lister Tyndale Steam Fair
July
Joust Lord's Luncheon Banquet
Joust Mediaeval Festival
August
Summer Concerts TBA (open air)
September
Classic Car & Antique Show
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Malt House

Malt House
The Malt House at Berkeley is one of those family hotels and restaurants that you can spend a millennium looking for. The Inn can boast nothing if it can't boast comfort. Tastefully furnished in mellow ... More | Double Room: 69 | visit website
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Prince of Wales

Prince of Wales

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This 3 Star AA hotel has 40 quality modern bedrooms some with views over the hotel's landscaped gardens. Situated close to the towns of Berkeley, Dursley, Thornbury, Gloucester, Stroud and ... More | visit website

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Days Inn Bristol North (Michaelwood) (2.41 miles)

Days Inn Bristol North (Michaelwood)

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Situated on the M5, our hotel offer easy access to visit the Gloucestershire countryside and the Cotswolds. The hotel offers City Centre hotel facilities at half the price. free parking, AA ... More

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The Gables Hotel (3.35 miles)

The Gables Hotel

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The Gables Hotel is dedicated to making life easier. We take a different view and the hotel reflects life of the modern traveller. Affordable yet stylish, with comfort and convenience, ... More

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DeanGate Motel (3.99 miles)

DeanGate Motel

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Set on the gateway of Lydney Town in the Royal Forest of Dean, the DeanGate Motel opened on the 14th of August in 2010. The motel has 12 beautifully appointed ... More

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Huntsman House Inn (4.00 miles)

Huntsman House Inn

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The Huntsman is situated right on junction 14 of the M5 We are four junctions from Cheltenham which means a 25 minute drive to the racecourse, or an ideal place ... More

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Millingbrook Lodge (4.31 miles)

Millingbrook Lodge
Welcome to Millingbrook Lodge. Millingbrook Lodge and The George Inn The Hotel experience with the personal touch situated on the edge of the beautiful Forest of Dean. Owners Ian and Carol along with ... More | visit website
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Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel (4.45 miles)

Tortworth Court Four Pillars Hotel

Tortworth Court is a beautiful grade 11 listed Mansion, set in 30 acres of landscaped and glorious parkland. All public rooms have been painstakingly and sympathetically restored to their former glory and these restorations are ... More | visit website

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Park Hotel (4.73 miles)

Park Hotel

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This beautiful hotel is situated in 5 acres of lovely grounds in South Gloucestershire - midway between Bristol and Gloucester. The hotel comprises of 18 non-smoking bedrooms, with beverages facilities, trouser ... More

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The George Inn (4.90 miles)

The George Inn
The George Inn lies alongside the River Cam in Cambridge Gloucestershire.

Offering a selection of good Home-Cooked Food, Local Ales, and an excellent Wine List, why not enjoy a meal, drink and take a chance to ... More | visit website
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The Cider Mill (5.10 miles)

The Cider Mill

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Set in the village of Alvington, which lies between the River Severn and the Wye Valley, this comfortable, converted cider barn offers an ideal base for exploring ... More

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Woolaston Inn (5.67 miles)

In the village of Woolaston itself, the restaurant is situated midway between Chepstow and Lydney, directly on the A48 in the Royal Forest Of Dean. The Woolaston Inn is currently owned and run by 3 ... More | visit website

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Edward II killed at Berkeley Castle - 1327, Battle of Prestonpans - 1745, Tolkien Publishes The Hobbit - 1937, First Old Grey Whistle Test - 1971
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