The Forest Of Dean is one of the few surviving Royal hunting forests which still boasts a herd of wild fallow deer. There are many places of interest within the forest which attract many visitorsthroughout the year. The Belfry is nestled on the edge of the forest and originates from early mining days. It was then known as The George and was used by local people after a hard nights work down the mines, in fact the pub was frequently full at 4.00am in the morning!
Step back in time in this extraordinary Tudor castle on the edge of the Cotswolds. This hotel is the perfect luxurious retreat - combining 500-year-old architecture with sumptuous contemporaryfacilities. Thornbury Castle is a place to de-stress - take a stroll around the manicured lawns and landscaped grounds, book a massage in your own bedchamber and relax over a delicious meal in our exclusive restaurant.
The Old Bell Hotel in Malmesbury is one of the most unique and outstanding Cotswold hotels. Reputed to be England's oldest hotel, the boutique bolthole has an impressive history of exceptionalhospitality, dating back to 1220. Today, The Old Bell's 33 individually designed bedrooms are brimming with charm, character and comfort. Once you have settled into your spacious luxury room, you can do as much (or as little) as you please!
This magnificent Cotswolds country house hotel is situated in a stunning South Gloucestershire location, conveniently near to Bristol. A grade II* listed Victorian mansion, Tortworth Court FourPillars Hotel offers all the grandeur of an elegant Cotswolds hotel alongside the hotel facilities of a premier four star hotel.
The atmosphere at the inn is warm, friendly and welcoming with thoughtful service to make you truly feel at home. Whether you are looking for a relaxing escape or culinary experience, we are dedicatedto meeting your individual needs. The Little Thatch offers a fantastic selection of freshly prepared meals which can be enjoyed in our bar or intimate dining area. Your meal could be accompanied by one of our local traditional ales or house wines.
Welcome to Alveston House, a friendly, independent hotel, committed to providing high quality food and excellent service. With elegant rooms, a beautiful licenced wedding venue, conference facilitiesand award winning restaurant, we are ideally located near Bristol and the M4/M5 Motorways. Holding the highest AA rating of any 3 star hotel in the area, our hotel is set in beautiful walled gardens.
The Spalite Hotel is a Grade II listed building and benefits from a licensed bar in the reception area. We have a large garden for residents to use in the summer. We have car parking spaces available.It would be advisable to pre book a parking space if required. Secured parking is also available at the multi story car park just over the road. All rooms have central heating, flat screen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms are cleaned daily.
Nestled in the heart of Gloucester City centre, this fabulous old hotel can be used as your base to explore this marvellous city, from its Norman cathedral to the famous Gloucester Rugby Club, you areguaranteed a warm welcome. My husband and i have just returned from a weekend break, in Gloucester. We stayed at Nickis' Hotel, and loved it there.
The New County Hotel enjoys an enviable location, in the centre of Gloucester, the 2015 co-hosts of the Rugby Union World Cup. This contemporary hotel is a perfect choice for business or leisure. Thehotel boasts 39 stylish bedrooms, restaurant, bar, relaxing lounge area, meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi, discounted parking and Sky Sports. Enjoy our classic British menu. Take pleasure in the delicious food and wines available in the relaxed, informal surroundings.
The Islands of Orkney are a group of about 70 islands and skerries situated 10km (6.2 miles) from the north-east tip of the Scottish Mainland. The largest island, known as 'the mainland', is hometo most of the total 20,000 population but the main north islands of Shapinsay, Gairsay, Stronsay, Wyre, Rousay, Egilsay, Eday, Sanday, Westray, Papa Westray and North Ronaldsay and the south islands of Graemsay, Hoy, South Walls, Burray, Flotta and South Ronaldsay are also populated.