Thornbury Castle

A Historic Hotel in Thornbury, Gloucestershire

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Castle Street
BS35 1HH

Thornbury Castle, Thornbury

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This Tudor castle stands serenely in 15 acres offering views of the Severn Estuary and the hills of South Gloucestershire and Wales. Fine old panelling, tapestries and paintings enrich the interior. There are 25 restored bedrooms, most overlooking the vineyard or the oldest Tudor garden in England.

4 star rating

From: £112.00

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