Historic Houses in Gloucestershire

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This is our guide to the stately homes of Gloucestershire. For other historic properties see Historic Buildings in Gloucestershire











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British History Quiz

This Scottish lord of Badenoch was murdered by Robert the Bruce in 1306



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This Day in British History

03 July, 1728

Birth of Robert Adam

Adam was one of the most successful and influential Palladian (neo-classical) architects of 18th century Britain

Monarch Mayhem

This queen's reign saw the union of England and Scotland in 1707



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Cheltenham (Self catering)
Cottage: HCPTREE, Cheltenham

FCH9151

IN A TUCKED AWAY TRANQUIL LOCATION WITHIN A POPULAR VILLAGE

This recently refurbished Grade II listed cottage is less than a minutes' stroll to the main street and river. Bourton-on- the-Water is …
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Woolstone (Self catering)
3 Holmer Cottages, Woolstone

3 Holmer Cottages

3 Cottages - Holmer Cottages are late 19th century semi-detached brick cottages, each with its own south-facing terrace and private garden overlooking an old apple orchard. Each cottage is …
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Lower Slaughter (Hotel)
Lower Slaughter Manor - A Von Essen Hotel

Lower Slaughter Manor - A Von Essen Hotel

Lower Slaughter Manor has a history that dates back nearly 1,000 years and it is known that a Manor House stood on the site before the Norman Conquest.The Grade II star listed Manor, acknowledged to be one of the finest seventeenth century country houses in the area, stands in complete … more >>

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Gloucester (Hotel)
Hatherley Manor Hotel

Hatherley Manor Hotel

Hatherley Manor is just 3 miles from Gloucester city centre and 8 miles from the Regency town of Cheltenham Spa on the very edge of the Cotswolds. It is rumoured that Hatherley Manor was built for the illegitimate son of Oliver Cromwell. However, the history of the site stretches back … more >>

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