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The Gables Hotel
Bristol Road

GL12 8DL | View map

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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, you may never want to leave.Always putting people first, our traditional and personal service is at the heart of everything that we do. You can choose to sample bistro classics in our relaxed style Bistro and Bar or opt for the Dining room, which serves modern classics made with the finest local ingredients.Big sofas, small secluded corners and friendly staff give the bar and lounge area a cosy atmosphere. A shared space that feels private.The Gables Hotel is designed to please, a hotel of today for meetings of tomorrow. Our function rooms and bedrooms are all fully equipped with up to date technology to connect you to the outside world - instantly.With our excellent proximity to all major motorway links and rail routes, the hotel is easily accessible from anywhere in the country. Ideally situated just off junction 14 of the M5, the hotel is also near to Bristol International Airport. Perfectly positioned to explore the Cotswold countryside and visiting Bath, Cheltenham and Gloucester and also a great base for watching local sporting events and playing golf.


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