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The Wharf House
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Churcham
Gloucestershire

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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, or our newly restored Canal Basin. The Wharf House is perfectly set-up for business and leisure trips, with all rooms equiped with wide-screen TV's, full data link-up, video conferencing, film on demand, dvd and music systems, and private en suite facilities, most with whirl-pool baths. We have available a two bedroom suite, with connecting lounge, both with spa baths, and our ground-floor room provides easy access for the less psysically able. Visitors are provided with an entrance-door electronic key and bedroom key on arrival, and are therefore free to come and go as they please. The surrounding area is full with local walks, with public footpaths and cycle ways stretching to local villages, and back into the centre of Gloucester, and the historic Gloucester Docks. Regular bus services from 100 yards away venture out to the Forrest of Dean, Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Ledbury, among others, to provide access to a whole host of built and natural delights, including beautiful churches open to visitors, woods, a bird reserve, and the old market town of Newent. The local pay-as-you-go Golf Course, located on the nearby B4215 helps to provide an excellent day out, as well as walks along our newly restored Canal Basin.

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