Gloucestershire

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Nestled within the south west of England, Gloucestershire boasts some truly stunning landscapes, taking in part of The Cotswolds, the entire Forest of Dean and part of the valley of the River Severn. The main city of the county is Gloucester and a trip here wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the magnificent 11th century Cathedral, resting place of King Edward II whilst the Gloucester Docks are soaked in history and boast various great bars, restaurants and shops. The Regency Spa town of Cheltenham is another famous place in Gloucestershire, home to the famous racecourse and the annual Cheltenham Festival, the town is found within an area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of The Cotswolds. Away from the towns and cities, Gloucestershire has so much to offer visitors, including the amazing Royal Forest of Dean.

De Vere Tortworth Court

De Vere Tortworth Court

Tea is served in the 1853 Restaurant & Bar which can be found in the old library. 

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Cotswold House Hotel

Cotswold House Hotel

A charming place to enjoy one of the nicest afternoon teas in Gloucestershire.

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Hilton Puckrup Hall

Hilton Puckrup Hall

Hilton Puckrup Hall is set on the edge of the Cotswolds amid 140 acres of private grounds.

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Bowden Hall Hotel

Bowden Hall Hotel

Soak up the atmosphere in the restaurant enjoying inspiring views over the surrounding area.

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Ellenborough Park

Ellenborough Park

Served on silver cake stands and bespoke fine china, tea at Ellenborough is part of English heritage.

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Thornbury Castle

Thornbury Castle

This unspoilt Tudor castle features architectural wonders dating back fully 500 years.

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Hallmark Hotel Gloucester

Hallmark Hotel Gloucester

The Hallmark Hotel is close to the centre of historic Gloucester.

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