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Luxury Bed & Breakfast in or near Frampton on Severn

The Gloucestershire village of Frampton on Severn lies on the east bank of the River Severn. To the west side of the village is the Gloucester Sharpness Canal. The village green is 22 acres with 3 ponds and is said to be one of the largest greens in the country. Nearby is Frampton Court which is a superb Palladian styled house which was built in the 18th century. Luxury B&Bs in or near Frampton on Severn Amberley Inn, Nr Stroud and Court House Manor Luxury B&B, Painswick are listed below.
4 Results In Or Near Frampton on Severn
7.5 miles from the centre of Frampton on Severn
Quintessential English Inn offering comfortable accommodation, freshly prepared food surrounded by the beautiful Cotswold countryside.
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7.7 miles from the centre of Frampton on Severn
Court House is a listed building which seeps history through its walls, each room tells a tale of its own. As you enter the front gates you're instantly taken by its grandeur, you truly will never forget your stay at Court House. Sleep in the same room a king once slept! You will not find a better example of British countryside. Painswick is at the top of a valley and offers stunning views of English heritage.
8.9 miles from the centre of Frampton on Severn
The Close B&B is a Queen Anne townhouse in the middle of the charming small Cotswold town of Minchinhampton, with shops, cafes and a pub nearby.
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12.7 miles from the centre of Frampton on Severn
Oak House No.1 is a luxurious Georgian townhouse set in Tetbury’s finest square. Right in the heart of this charming market town, you are just a stroll away from a choice of designer boutiques and foodie emporiums. With its diverse selection of antique shops Tetbury has long been regarded as the antiques capital of the Cotswolds.
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