There is so much beauty to behold in Gloucestershire, from the magnificent Cotswold Hills to the valley of the River Severn and all of the Forest of Dean. Then there are so many great things around the borders of Gloucestershire with Herefordshire to the north-west, Wiltshire to the south, Bristol and Somerset to the south-west, Worcestershire to the north, Oxfordshire to the east, Warwickshire to the northeast, and the Welsh county of Monmouthshire to the west. Phew! That is a lot to enjoy so its no wonder there are so many amazing hotels within the Gloucestershire borders…
10 – Ellenborough Park, Southam Lane, Cheltenham – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This luxury posh hotel is just a few miles from Cheltenham Racecourse and is always booked solid during race times. But off-season there is a lot to enjoy here and you will feel like the most important person in the hotel. With posh dining, an outdoor pool and a spa this is one hotel you can relax and unwind in and it doesn’t have the high price tag.
9 – The Hare and Hounds Hotel, Westonbirt, Tetbury – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
With its own landscaped grounds and woodland this hotel feels like a million miles away from everything and can relax you to the point you will want to stay forever. And given its lower than expected prices you really could!
8 – DoubleTree by Hilton Cheltenham, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Sure, its a chain hotel, but this imposing Georgian manor house is well worth staying in and is just a few miles away from Cheltenham town centre and the Cheltenham Racecourse. Even if you don’t fancy staying here it is worth going for the afternoon tea in the restaurant.
7 – The Swan Hotel, Bibury, Cirencester – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
While many will argue that this hotel is vastly overpriced I do still think it is worth a stay if you don’t mind splashing out. With elegant rooms that perfectly blend with the traditional look of the Riverside 17th-century coaching inn with the newer contemporary demands, we have all come to expect
6 – Tewkesbury Park, Lincoln Green Lane, Tewkesbury – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you want a golfing weekend this hotel is for you. With 176 acres of parkland, this sprawling golf resort hotel is the perfect light sporting weekend stay and isn’t too far from both Tewkesbury Abbey and Gloucester town centre. But the good news is it has all you need to stay within its grounds for the whole of your stay.
5 – Beaumont House, Shurdington Road, Cheltenham – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you like your bed and breakfast hotels to be on the eclectic boutique side you will enjoy a stay here. With free WiFi, a pretty good breakfast and the enjoyment of its rather vibrant decor this is a place you will remember staying in for sure. And if the decor is too much for you there is Cheltenham town centre and the Racecourse to enjoy.
4 – The Fish Hotel, Farncombe Estate, Broadway – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
If you like your hotel to have style bursting out at the seams you will enjoy a stay here. With its 400-acres of land this stylish country hotel is out of the way and indeed it can take you away. With both Stylish rooms and suites offering free WI-Fi, fine dining, afternoon tea and even a drinks bar.
3 – Three Ways House Hotel, Mickleton, Chipping Campden – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
This 19th-century Cotswold stone property holds a rather stylish boutique hotel with a well maintained flower-filled garden to enjoy. If you plan to visit Kiftsgate Court Garden of the National Trust-owned Hidcote Manor Garden you will find this the perfect location. Just remember that you are not paying a lot, so really shouldn’t expect a lot.
2 – Barnsley House, Barnsley, Cirencester – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Hotels don’t get much more luxury than this one. With its own spa and very impressive outdoor pool it also has its own acclaimed landscaped gardens and a cinema! Sure, you pay a pretty price to stay here, but I think it is worth every penny.
1 – The Colesbourne Inn, Cheltenham, Colesbourne – Book Now: >> CLICK HERE <<
Just a short walk from Colesbourne Park is this 19th-century inn that has a classic pub-inn look and feel, but yet the rooms are surprisingly contemporary. If you want a comfortable bed with some good food and drink a stay here is well worth a go.