Number of hotels in this location - 29
Surrounded by the picturesque Cotswolds Hills, the vibrant city of Gloucester has a fantastic blend of historic sights and interesting attractions near to our Gloucester hotels.
- One of the most iconic places to visit is the magnificent Cathedral, one of the finest examples of medieval architecture in the country. Many of our hotels in Gloucester are within walking distance of this extraordinary building, so paying it a visit is a must.
- After exploring the Cathedral visitors staying in one of our Gloucester hotels should pay a visit to The Tailor of Gloucester Beatrix Potter Museum and Shop. Based in the original building that inspired the well-loved tale, the museum brings Potter’s magical world to life with displays, illustrations, and unique gifts. This charming attraction is always popular for those staying in our hotels in Gloucester and is a great way to end the afternoon after treating yourself to lunch in one of the many cosy cafes and pubs.
- For something a bit livelier, sports fans staying in our hotels in Gloucester can visit the Kingsholme Stadium, home of Gloucester Rugby team. Watching a match then heading for a night on the town is a great way to experience the Gloucester atmosphere before retiring to the comfort of our Gloucester hotels.
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Hotels in Gloucester
Your location search found the following 29 hotels in Gloucester. There are many hotels in Gloucester to choose from, but which hotel in Gloucester will suit you?
72 Weston Road, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL1 5AX
Distance from Centre: 0.6 Miles
City Centre Guest House in Gloucester Park in a superb location, you will enjoy a good nights sleep in a quiet ensuite room by the park but in easy walking distance to Gloucester Quays with multi... Read more
North Nibley, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 6DL
Distance from Centre: 15.2 Miles
Nibley House is a tranquil Georgian house on the Cotswold Way, ideally situated for visitors and walkers just minutes away from the Tyndale monument with splendid views across to the Black... Read more
Park End Wharf, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, GL7 3AQ
Distance from Centre: 26.4 Miles
Offering single twin double triple and family rooms the Riverside at Lechlade caters for all when it comes to offering quality accommodation. En-suites and disabled facilities are available. Fresh... Read more
The Yew Tree Inn Monmouth road, Longhope, Gloucestershire, GL17 0QD
Distance from Centre: 9.3 Miles
The Yew Tree is located on the gloucestershire and Herefordshire border and only a 20 minute drive to the welsh border and to Cheltenham racecourse. The Yew Tree dates back to 1609 and was... Read more
Forest-of-Dean Ruardean, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire, GL17 9TW
Distance from Centre: 13.4 Miles
The Malt Shovel Inn is set in the beautiful surroundings of The Royal Forest of Dean. Being situated on the edge of Gloucestershire we re just 10 minutes away from Gloucester Monmouthshire and... Read more
17 Broad Street Raglan House, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford and Worcester, HR9 7EA
Distance from Centre: 14.9 Miles
Raglan House is an elegant Grade II listed Queen Anne building situated in Broad Street in the heart of the historic market town of Ross- on -Wye the gateway to the forest of Dean. Having a... Read more
53 High Street, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford and Worcester, HR9 5HH
Distance from Centre: 15 Miles
Guest rooms are generous in size and well furnished with comfortable beds and duvets or blankets at your preference all are en-suite with showers and some rooms have a bath also Wi-Fi... Read more
Thatch Close Farm Llangrove, Ross-on-Wye, Hereford and Worcester, HR9 6EL
Distance from Centre: 19.1 Miles
B & B situated between the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean with marvellous views from every angle Thatch Close is the ideal location for a weekend break or a longer stay. Our home offers a warm... Read more
Bulls Hill Walford, Ross-On-Wye, Hereford and Worcester, HR9 5SD
Distance from Centre: 14.8 Miles
Lower Wythall is a beautiful timber-framed house dating back to the reign of Elizabeth I (circa 1566) which nestles in 1.3 acres of gardens in a rural setting with views from Bulls Hill in the... Read more
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