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Centre Lodge Guest House
12 Arthur Street
Gloucester
Gloucestershire

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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 a short stroll to Gloucester Cathedral, Docks, Leisure Centre, High Street shops, Restaurants and Take Away outlets. Guest also have access to a mini kitchen with dishwasher, wash machine and dryer. In Gloucester itself you will find Roman foundations,Victorian Docklands and the magnificent Norman Cathedral rubbing shoulders with a bustling city centre that boasts an incredible range of shops, markets, restaurants, pubs and visitor attractions. An ideal base to tour the Cotswolds and Forest of Dean, There are literary links abound with Beatrix Potter's Tailor of Gloucester and the Cloisters at Gloucester Cathedral which were a location of the Harry Potter movies. Gloucester Quays is a stunning new waterside shopping and leisure destination . It is a fabulous new Designer Outlet, waterways museum, antiques centre, multi-screen cinema, historic docks and new bars and restaurants opening throughout the year, Gloucester Quays is a great day out for the whole family. There is so much for everyone to see and explore, whatever your age. Spend a few moments browsing there website and you'll soon see what we mean.

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