Best hotels in Gloucestershire from the Good Hotel Guide

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The Redesdale Arms, MORETON-IN-MARSH, Gloucestershire

At his centuries-old coaching inn on the main street of a Cotswold town, Robert Smith is a 'hands-on' owner/manager, whose welcome is 'warm'. The 'terrific service from the staff' is also praised. The


Barnsley House, BARNSLEY, Gloucestershire

With 'the smell of wood burning in the cosy lounges', there is 'a romantic air' at this 'relaxed' country hotel in a 'beautiful setting' among historic gardens. The William and Mary house was once the


Three Choirs Vineyards, NEWENT, Gloucestershire

Guests may meander through 70 acres of cultivated vines at this restaurant-with-rooms on an award-winning vineyard (one of the largest in Britain). Guided tours take in the history and processes of


Tudor Farmhouse, CLEARWELL, Gloucestershire

'Blissfully quiet; a good bolt-hole from the city.' Renewed praise comes this year for Hari and Colin Fell's 'relaxing' hotel in a converted old farmhouse in the Royal Forest of Dean. 'An attractive


Hotels in Gloucestershire

  • The Horse and Groom, BOURTON-ON-THE-HILL, Gloucestershire

    In a hilltop Cotswold village, this Grade II listed Georgian coaching inn is now run as a 'delightful' pub-with-rooms by brothers Tom and Will Greenstock. 'We received a sincere welcome from Tom', who

  • Corse Lawn House, CORSE LAWN, Gloucestershire

    Fronted by a large ornamental pond, this Queen Anne Grade II listed building in the Severn valley near Tewkesbury is run as a small hotel and restaurant in personal style by Baba Hine. There are open

  • Calcot Manor, TETBURY, Gloucestershire

    In 'admirable' gardens in the Cotswold countryside, this luxury hotel, part of the small Calcot Hotels group, has extensive facilities for adults and children. The hotel occupies a converted

  • The Cheltenham Townhouse, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    Well located for both town and racecourse, this relaxed B&B, in a renovated Regency building, has a modern atmosphere and calm, airy rooms. It is owned by Adam and Jayne Lillywhite. The

  • The Manor House, MORETON-IN-MARSH, Gloucestershire

    In a medieval market town, this 'welcoming' hotel in a 16th-century mellow stone building wins praise this year for the 'good service and ambience'. It is 'well managed' by Simon Stanbrook for the

  • Beaumont House, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    There is 'excellent' accommodation at Fan and Alan Bishop's B&B, in a former Victorian merchant's home in large gardens. Well-appointed bedrooms vary considerably in size; all have a 'comfortable'

  • Hanover House, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    In the centre of town, this Italianate Grade II listed early Victorian town house is the 'beautiful' home of Veronica and James McIntosh-Ritchie. It is an elegant and homely place: the house is filled

  • Oak House No.1, TETBURY, Gloucestershire

    In a well-manicured Cotswolds market town, this fine Georgian house is run as a luxurious B&B by interior designer and art collector Gary Kennedy, with Nicola MacWilliam. The strikingly decorated

  • The Swan, BIBURY, Gloucestershire

    In a 'lovely' setting on the banks of the River Coln, this 17th-century former coaching inn (Cotswold Inns and Hotels) has been refurbished in English country house style by owners Pamela and Michael

  • The Village Pub, BARNSLEY, Gloucestershire

    In a pretty Cotswold village, four miles from Cirencester, this restaurant-with-rooms is under the same ownership as Calcot Manor, Tetbury, and Barnsley House, up the street (see main entries); pub

  • The Wheatsheaf, NORTHLEACH, Gloucestershire

    On the main street of a Cotswold wool town, this former coaching inn has been imaginatively updated by the owners, Sam and Georgie Pearman. It returns to the Guide thanks to an enthusiastic report by

  • The Slaughters Country Inn, LOWER SLAUGHTER, Gloucestershire

    'Friendly, welcoming staff; good food and drink; reasonable prices - we will happily return.' On the banks of the River Eye, this 17th-century honey-stone building is run as an 'informal' country inn.

  • The Lion Inn, WINCHCOMBE, Gloucestershire

    Restored in Scandinavian style with subdued colours, and given a mix of retro and vintage furnishings by the owner, Annie Fox-Hamilton, this 15th-century Cotswold inn is a popular local gathering

  • The Old School, MORETON-IN-MARSH, Gloucestershire

    Wendy Veale, a food writer and stylist, has converted this Victorian stone-built schoolhouse to provide homely B&B accommodation and rather a lot of treats. She makes her own cakes, cookies and

  • Butlers, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    In a former gentleman's residence on a quiet street within walking distance of the town centre, discreet and unobtrusive hosts Robert Davies and Guy Hunter set standards to match their butler-themed

  • Lords of the Manor, UPPER SLAUGHTER, Gloucestershire

    In an 'idyllic' setting, amid 'superb gardens' on the edge of a Cotswold village, this 17th-century former rectory is a 'superlative' country house hotel, 'classy without ostentation'. Paul Thompson

  • The Bradley, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    'Helpful and friendly' hosts Chris and Sue Light run this 'excellent, wonderfully quiet' B&B in the Montpellier district. The elegantly refurbished town house has been in the family for more than