Best hotels in Gloucestershire from the Good Hotel Guide

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The Redesdale Arms, MORETON-IN-MARSH, Gloucestershire

Returning visitors were ‘delighted’ this year by this old coaching inn, on the main street of a medieval market town. Robert Smith is the ‘hands-on’ owner/manager, who greets his guests with a ‘warm


Barnsley House, BARNSLEY, Gloucestershire

Once the home of the celebrated gardener Rosemary Verey, this late 17th-century gabled stone manor house is run as a luxury hotel by the owners of nearby Calcot Manor, Tetbury (see entry). Michele


Three Choirs Vineyards, NEWENT, Gloucestershire

On a working vineyard and winery (one of the largest in Britain), this restaurant-with-rooms has 70 acres of cultivated vines to explore. Guided tours take in the history and processes of wine-making,


Tudor Farmhouse, CLEARWELL, Gloucestershire

In a ‘remote’ position in the Royal Forest of Dean, this ‘relaxing’ hotel occupies an ‘attractively converted’ farmhouse surrounded by ‘imaginative’ gardens and expansive countryside. Guests receive a


Hotels in Gloucestershire

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

    Brothers Tom and Will Greenstock have run this Grade II listed Georgian pub-with-rooms in a Cotswold village for ten years. Tom Greenstock, who directs the front-of-house, is quickly ‘on first-name

  • Corse Lawn House, CORSE LAWN, Gloucestershire

    ‘A relaxing and pleasant stay.’ In the Severn valley, this small hotel and restaurant is run with ‘old-school values’ by Baba Hine with her son, Giles. It is fronted by a large ornamental pond

  • Calcot Manor, TETBURY, Gloucestershire

    Adults and children ‘coexist happily’ at this luxury hotel in a converted 14th-century farmhouse in ‘admirable’ gardens in the Cotswold countryside. It is part of the small Calcot Hotels group; Paul

  • The Cheltenham Townhouse, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    There are modern, airy rooms and a relaxing atmosphere at Adam and Jayne Lillywhite’s peaceful B&B, in a renovated Regency house five minutes’ walk from the centre. It is managed by Nathaniel Leitch.

  • Beaumont House, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    ‘A thoroughly enjoyable experience.’ Fan and Alan Bishop’s ‘excellent’ guest house is in a former Victorian merchant’s home in large, well-tended gardens. Well-appointed bedrooms vary considerably in

  • Hanover House, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    In the centre of town, Veronica and James McIntosh-Ritchie’s ‘beautiful’ Italianate home is filled with fresh flowers, pictures, ‘interesting objects’ and a ‘splendidly varied selection of books’.

  • Oak House No.1, TETBURY, Gloucestershire

    Sumptuously furnished, this fine Georgian house is run as a small, luxury B&B by interior designer and art collector Gary Kennedy, with Nicola MacWilliam. Strikingly decorated public rooms are filled

  • The Village Pub, BARNSLEY, Gloucestershire

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

  • The Lion Inn, WINCHCOMBE, Gloucestershire

    ‘Clearly the place to be in Winchcombe,’ says a visitor in 2015 to Annie Fox-Hamilton’s ‘fine modern inn’, which is ‘decorated with wit and imagination’. A beamed suite in a converted outbuilding,

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

    A huge monkey puzzle tree in the front garden of this former Victorian schoolhouse is a local landmark. Inside the refurbished stone building, Wendy Veale, a food writer and stylist, provides homely

  • Butlers, CHELTENHAM, Gloucestershire

    On a quiet street, an easy stroll to the town centre, ‘friendly and helpful’ owners Robert Davies and Guy Hunter have embellished this former gentleman’s residence with butler memorabilia such as

  • Lords of the Manor, UPPER SLAUGHTER, Gloucestershire

    The ‘quality and ambience’ of this country house hotel is ‘self-evident as you walk past the neatly cropped box hedges from the car park’ to the honey-stoned building. Under private ownership, it is

  • No. 38 The Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

    Guests receive the keys to this modern B&B in a stylishly refurbished Georgian town house overlooking Pitville Park. It is owned by Sam and Georgina Pearman, who also own No. 131 (see previous entry).

  • No. 131, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

    There is ‘a nice atmosphere’ at this handsomely restored Grade II* Georgian villa on the historic promenade. It is owned by Sam and Georgina Pearman; Stephen Wadcock is the manager. Individually

  • Kings Head Hotel, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

    Staff, say Guide inspectors in 2015, display an ‘obvious desire to satisfy the customer’ at Mark and Alison Booth’s sympathetically renovated medieval coaching inn on the market square. Alongside