Thornbury Golf Lodge

Historic Guest Accommodation in Thornbury, Gloucestershire

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Bristol Road Thornbury
BS35 3XL

Thornbury Golf Lodge, Thornbury

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A visit to Thornbury Lodge in the ancient market town of Thornbury is a unique opportunity to stay in a listed farmhouse dating back to the mid 1500s. Yet once you pass through the heavy oak door you'll find AA rated four star guest house accommodation that is rooted firmly in the 21st century. The Lodge is believed to have had a variety of uses during its long and eventful history.

It is thought to have been Henry VIII's hunting lodge during his stays with his second wife Anne Boleyn and was a private house for many years before being beautifully converted to 11 stunning bedrooms overlooking the beauty of the Gloucestershire countryside and the Welsh coastline. Located within 15 minutes of the M5 and M4 and 30 minutes from the heart of Bristol M6 Thornbury Lodge is within easy reach of Almondsbury, Avonmouth, Stroud, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Chipping Sodbury, and Oldbury-On-Severn.

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From: £65.00

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