Historic Houses in Gloucestershire

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











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Ashleworth (Self catering)
Lawn Cottage, Ashleworth

Lawn Cottage

This detached cottage is on the outskirts of the village of Ashleworth near Gloucester and sleeps two people in one bedroom.
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Woolaston (Self catering)
Fir Cottage, Woolaston

Fir Cottage

This single-storey wing of the owners' home is situated 2.5 miles from Woolaston, close to Chepstow and sleeps two people.
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Tewkesbury (Hotel)
The Tudor House Hotel

The Tudor House Hotel

Dating back to the 16th century Tudor House Hotel is on the edge of historic Tewkesbury overlooking the River Avon and is part of the RelaxInnz prestige collection. Rich in history the Tudor House features exposed oak beams open fireplaces and an original priests hole. There is also a secret … more >>

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Gloucester (Hotel)
The Little Thatch

The Little Thatch

The Little Thatch Hotel is 3 miles from Gloucester and junction 12 of the M5. The Little Thatch has a restaurant free parking and en suite rooms with TVs. Originally built in 1351 it notes King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn as former guests. The Little Thatch … more >>

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