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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire, home to both part of the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean, also boasts many smal but attractive towns. Places to Visit in Gloucestershire 1919 Restaurant and Buckland Manor are listed below.
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9.1 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
1919 is a two AA Rosette award winning restaurant named after the year The Cottage in the Wood started its commercial life as tea rooms. With panoramic Cotswol
16.7 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
One of the most beautiful hotels in the Cotswolds, Buckland Manor is set in ten acres of grounds in a peaceful corner of the village of Buckland.
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Set in a charming Cotswolds village, this stylishly decked out old coaching inn is a real hidden gem. In good weather, you'll want to grab a seat in the spacious gardens, but dining inside is no hardship. Choose between the cosy bar with its painted stone walls or the spacious main dining room with polished wood floors, rugs, open fire place, button back leather banquettes, sturdy wooden chairs and some striking modern art. Heading up the kitchens is experienced and talented chef Anthony Ely,...
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The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway takes you back to the age of steam, with stations dotted through the heart of the Cotswolds from Cheltenham to Broadway
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The King's Arms is a cosy award-winning country inn nestled deep within the stunning Cotswold countryside. As a true countryside pub, they also serve delicious British cuisine using the best seasonal and locally sourced produce. The menu offers a wonderful range of dishes to satisfy every palette. Daily specials are handwritten on a blackboard and are cleverly complimented with a selection of lighter snacks. Set menus are also available. Sink into comfortable leather arm chairs while wa...
18.0 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Grown into the idyllic Cotswold countryside sits the Lygon Spa, a tranquil haven of peace away from the hustle and bustle. Guests are encouraged to have a swim in the indoor pool covered by a retractable roof, perfect for summer days, or relax and indulge in a range of treatments designed to let one unwind, rejuvenate and renew.
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Based in the grounds of the hotel, the 6,579 yard Par 72 course has some classic mature features such as veteran oaks, with greens in impressive condition. There are fine views of the Cotswolds, Malverns and Tewkesbury Abbey. Over the last 18 months, we have benefited from the advice of Peter McEvoy, ex England Amateur Champion and Walker Cup Captain, and international agronomist John Clarkin, who has prepared courses for Padraig Harrington and Rory McIlroy. We have received many complimen...
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The Greenway Spa is the perfect playground for those who want some serious rural respite. Blending seemlessly with the serenity of its Cotswolds location, the luxurious and characterful Elan Spa is home to a fine crop of beauty names including Comfort Zone for top-to-toe relaxation and rejuvenation, Mama Mio for pre- and post-natal pampering, Nailtiques and Orly for finishing touches and The Natural Spa Factory for scrumptious seasonal spa scrubs. Situated within a historic Elizabethan manor ...
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Discover the hidden treasures of Snowshill Manor and Garden A Cotswold home packed with unusual treasures collected by one Charles Wade, Snowshill Manor and Garden near Broadway in Gloucestershire is a brilliant day out. The house itself is a wonderland of interesting items but the garden is just as glorious (look out for many curiosities dotted about the grounds). This is just the perfect place to sit awhile and relax while the children run around playing hide and seek. Hidden vista...
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An Elizabethan Cotswold Manor, the front unaltered for 400 years; played Trenwith House in the hugely popular Poldark. A real gem - Great for Group visits.
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At The Lion Inn, you can enjoy delicious home-cooked, locally-sourced food and a great selection of beer, wine and spirits in a beautiful, relaxing environment that dates back to the 15th Century. The Lion is a place you can walk into on your own or go with friends and family for coffee and cake, bar snacks, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, stay the night or the week and know that you will receive a warm welcome and be well looked after. The constantly changing menu can also be enjoyed a...
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Discover the hidden treasures of Snowshill Manor and Garden Set in the Cotswolds, Snowshill Manor House was extended in Elizabethan times by adding a floor above the hall. It contains Charles Paget Wade´s extraordinary collection of craftmanship and design. There are toys, musical instruments, clocks, weavers and spinners tools and a large collection of Japanese Samurai armour. Wade installed old panelling, barrel vaults and a maze of passages and the whole house is filled with curi...
19.6 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Situated in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside Chase Distillery is Britain's first Single-Estate Distillery. Chase's vodka is hand-crafted using potatoes grown on their own farm, to produce an award-winning vodka. This is re-distilled and blended with natural botanicals to produce a Chase gin.
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Berkeley Castle is unique, it has been lived in by the same family for almost 900 years - longer than any other fortress in England.
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18.0 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
The Lygon Bar & Grill is a relaxed and informal eating space at the heart of Broadway, set in the historic The Lygon Arms. The grill offers a seasonal British menu that celebrates fantastic local ingredients in a relaxed yet imaginative way. The highest-quality produce is at the heart of all dishes and has stemmed from friendly and sustainable relationships with Cotswolds suppliers, farmers and artisans to create a varied all-day dining menu.
16.3 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Home to the Berkeley family for more than 400 years, Spetchley is filled with rare plants, trees and shrubs that have been collected from around the world and nurtured carefully, to create a garden that is inspired and imaginative, with vistas that delight all that see them.
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We have two dedicated Spa treatment rooms that are managed by the hotel with professional fully trained Spa therapists, employed on a full-time basis. We offer a full range of treatments from massages to manicures and pedicures. The Spa treatment rooms are located in the hotel and the sauna, steam, jacuzzi and swimming pool are in the leisure complex a short one minute walk away. The leisure complex also boasts a fully equipped gymnasium. We have chosen to partner with Natural Spa Fac...
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Chapel Spa is set in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold town of Cheltenham. Set in a 19th century Chapel, this independent day spa has a Mediterranean-style interior. Renowned as an escape from the everyday stresses of life and for its 50star customer care, the spa offers a range of treatments to suit everyone's lifestyle.
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The Greenway's modern British cuisine focuses on wholesome and refined cooking and draws from the best of local produce. The a la Carte luncheon menu is designe
13.1 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
You can enjoy the newly refurbished Refectory restaurant at Stanbrook Abbey serving modern British food in a brasserie style setting.
1.0 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
The Butcher's Arms is a traditional country pub, with two bedrooms, in the countryside near Gloucester. Oak beams, wooden settles and cast iron tables create a genuine pub atmosphere. There is a small restaurant seating 12 people, which provides a fine dining experience. The kitchen carefully sources local fresh produce such as aged rib of Hereford beef, local lamb and middle white pork from a nearby farm. Fresh day boat fish arrives daily from the Cornish coast, and wild salmon from the near...
7.8 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Little Malvern Court, a 10 acre garden, attached to a former Benedictine Priory, offers magnificent views over the Severn valley. Laid out as garden rooms aroun
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Perhaps taking its inspiration from the historic spa town of Cheltenham, the wellbeing retreat at Cheltenham Chase Hotel in Gloucestershire is designed for indulgent healing. This boutique hotel, overlooking the beautiful Cotswolds, will have sore sightseeing feet well tended to, sallow 9-5 complexions boosted and overworked minds fully relaxed. There's a terrific treatment menu of spa therapies and grooming services available to experience in two candlelit rooms – from signature rituals to b...
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28.1 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
The Orangery Restaurant menus are inspired by their historic building and grounds which include their 70 year old kitchen herb garden, fruiting apple and damson trees and a small fig tree. This Redditch restaurants menus change seasonally and they use an abundance of locally sourced and grown ingredients from field, land and sea.
24.2 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
The Spa at the Elms allows you to treat yourself to complete pampering and relaxation. The facilities include four spectacular treatment rooms, an indoor swimming pool, an indoor and outdoor hydro pool, the Thermal Retreat including sauna, steam room, experience shower and ice fountain, rooftop terrace and relaxation suite. Our team of therapists use Elemis and Jessica Nails and offer a wide range of treatments designed to leave you feeling relaxed and pampered.
25.7 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Discover the delightful family history of Coughton Court A vast Tudor House surrounded by beautiful gardens, the history of Coughton Court and the Throckmorton family who have lived there for 600 years is a fascinating one. The house, in Alcester near Redditch, is home to a collection of Catholic treasures whose existence today is testimony to the resilience of a family who were leaders in a dangerous post-Reformation age of anti-catholicism. Peruse the portraits that line the walls of...
27.9 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Dan Ingram worked for Heton Blumenthal for three years before taking up the position of head chef of this historic Wiltshire pub, just off the Thames Path. The 17th century building retains much of its period charm including Roaring log fires, historic bric-a-brac, and a pub garden and it welcomes drinkers with open arms. There's homemade pub fare like honey and mustard roast ham, free range eggs and triple cooked chips in the bar, but head for the restaurant for a full three course meal made...
20.6 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
A fantastic year-round family attraction, comprising of plenty of activities both indoor and outdoor, to keep all ages entertained whatever the weather!
22.9 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Lose yourself in the tranquillity of Witley Court Gardens Once a grand country house and symbol of an opulent age, it hosted many of the most extravagant parties and royal entertainments of the Victorian period. After a devastating fire in 1937, however, it became one of the country's most hauntingly beautiful ruins. The spectacular gardens have since been renovated and offer a stunning insight to a fascinating collection of plants and shrubs from around the world. Make sure you expl...
23.1 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Discover Hanbury Hall, a wonderful tribute of the Georgian era Hanbury Hall, in the William and Mary style, was completed in 1701. The staircase, leading from the dark panelled hall, has its walls covered with murals by Sir James Thornhill. In the dining room, which still has its original ceiling, the fireplace is surrounded by fine Rococo work and there are more murals by Thornhill. Also on display is the Watney collection of fine porcelain. The reconstructed 18th century garden, surrou...
23.1 miles from the centre of Gloucestershire
Discover Hanbury Hall, a wonderful tribute of the Georgian era Hanbury Hall is a restored formal 18th century garden with fruit trees, wilderness and sunken geometric parterre of clipped box. Architectural features, also restored, include two summerhouses, two timber bowling-green pavilions, an ice-house, pond with solar powered fountains, obelisk and cedar walk. The orangery is well stocked with fruit trees.
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