Cheap Hotels in Gloucester
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A comfortable hotel close to Gloucester and the M5, with breakfast includedThe Holiday Inn Express® Gloucester - South hotel is a 15-minute drive from the city centre.We provide free parking for guests, and there’s a Park & Ride stop moments away, so visiting the outlet shops and restaurants at Gloucester Quays or the city’s impressive cathedral couldn’t be easier. Nearby Gloucester station has direct trains to London and Birmingham, and Bristol Airport (BRS) is 40 miles away. We're a convenient base for horse racing at Cheltenham Racecourse and for Gloucester's annual festivals, while the villages and countryside of the Cotswolds are within a short drive. Visiting on business? Our hotel is located in the Waterwells Business Park and 5 miles from Gloucester’s Kingsholm Conference Centre. You can hold a meeting of your own for up to 35 guests in our well-equipped meeting rooms.At this hotel you can enjoy: - Express Start™ Breakfast included in the room rate- Free Wi-Fi- Easy road access to the Midlands and the South West- Rooms with sofa beds for familiesThe comfortable rooms all have TVs with Freeview, as well as blackout shades and a choice of pillows to ensure a good night's sleep. If you’re hungry, we have a 24-hour pizza menu, and you can unwind in front of big-screen TVs in the cosy lounge and bar.
The hotel is ideally located in the centre of Gloucester only a five-minute walk from the Cathedral, shopping centre and the national waterways museum in Gloucester Docks. Gloucester has a wealth of historical sites to visit many of which date back to Roman times. The Cotswolds, Cheltenham, The Forest of Dean and Wye Valley, Tewkesbury and the Severn estuary are all within 30 minutes' drive. The nearest airports are Bristol Airport (76 km) and Coventry Airport (95 km) and Gloucester bus and train station is a 15-minute walk away. The hotel dates back to 1820 when it was formerly a coaching inn and is exquisitely full of charm and character. The hotel has 39 rooms in total and provides guests with facilities including a lobby with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, a bar, a breakfast room, conference facilities and a laundry service. Guests arriving by car may leave their vehicle in the hotel car park. The rooms are designed to offer comfort for a relaxing stay. All bedrooms are en suite (shower and bath) and have individual styles to accommodate business and leisure travellers alike. The rooms feature colour TV, Internet access, telephone, radio, tea/coffee courtesy tray, a hairdryer and ironing facilities. The rooms are centrally heated. The hotel does not have any leisure facilities however there is a gym situated opposite the hotel. A buffet breakfast is available in the mornings. There is a snack menu is available from the bar during the day.
A modern, smart Gloucester hotel less than 15 minutes' drive from Gloucester Cathedral and Cheltenham, with a pool, restaurant and bar Holiday Inn® Gloucester - Cheltenham hotel is just off the M5 and about an hour's drive from both Bristol International Airport (BRS) and Birmingham Airport (BHX). It's an 11-minute walk to the nearest bus stop, which takes you directly to the centre of Gloucester. Gloucester Cathedral, a Harry Potter filming location, is 11 minutes' drive from the hotel, and Gloucester Quays and Gloucester Docks are only about two minutes from there. You can host a training session, presentation or wedding reception in the hotel's event rooms, which accommodate up to 140 people. Attendees can take advantage of free parking and WiFi, and the chef can cater anything from a buffet lunch to a full banquet. Cheltenham, one of the Cotswolds' cultural centres, is less than 15 minutes' drive from the hotel. There, you can stroll amid green parks or soak up art or history at a museum. Catch a comedy performance or concert at Gloucester Guildhall, a 10-minute drive from the hotel, or head to Gloucester Quays Outlet for some bargain hunting. You can enjoy a delicious grilled steak or fresh salad at the hotel's airy restaurant, which serves breakfast and dinner daily. Or relax with a light meal, a coffee or a glass of wine in the modern bar and lounge.
Located on the outskirts of picturesque Gloucester and set among 12 acres of Cotswolds greenery, the Mercure Gloucester, Bowden Hall Hotel is the ideal country retreat. Recently refurbished public areas have brought this hotel back to its former glory, boasting a breathtaking blend of traditional and contemporary design that will satisfy any guest. Locally inspired artworks, bespoke crystal chandeliers, and soft pastel shades create a leisurely atmosphere with a touch of English elegance.
The modern 3-star Hallmark Gloucester is situated just a short drive from the Cotswolds and Cheltenham and 8-miles from Gloucestershire Airport. Its facilities include a health club and spa with a gym, a squash court, swimming pool, and sauna, a bar, and a brasserie style restaurant. The warmly decorated, stylish rooms feature Freeview TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, and private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries.
Hotels in Gloucester
The city of Gloucester is the capital of Gloucestershire, with a noted rugby team and surrounded by green spaces. It's enclosed by the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean, with the River Severn also passing by down the west side. With so much to see, do and experience, the city enjoys busy tourism all year round. The many Gloucester hotels are joined by more options in nearby Cheltenham.
Sightseeing in Gloucester
One of the city's highlights is Gloucester Cathedral. The building started as a Benedictine abbey, and was designated a cathedral in 1541. It's part of the Harry Potter Trail throughout the county, having been used as the corridors of Hogwarts.
St Oswald's Priory is another historic religious site in the city, from the ninth or tenth century.
Two miles outside of Gloucester, the Georgian-style Wallsworth Hall houses a gallery of art inspired by nature. The collection is the first of its kind in the world.
Pack a picnic and book an English Holiday Cruise, which starts from Gloucester. It takes you on a serene, relaxed tour of the great British countryside.
History and museums
Gloucester has several niche museums, representing the area's industrial history. At the National Waterways Museum, you can climb aboard a canal boat with the family. The interactive lock exhibit is a favourite with kids.
The Gloucester Folk Museum is one of the city's oldest museums. It's inside a Tudor-style building with period timber frames. The museum's collection includes historic costumes, wooden crafts and a reconstructed Victorian classroom.
Soak up some more of the city's history at Gloucester Docks, with a 16-mile canal link to Sharpness Docks and then the sea.
The city's main shopping area is The Cross – where the old Northgate, Southgate, Eastgate and Westgate roads meet. You can recognise it from St Michael's Tower in the middle.
At The Eastgate centre, find all of the holiday essentials and general shops you need. Conversely, the Westgate Quarter is full of independent stores.
Gloucester Quays is packed with designer outlets stores, offering discounts of up to 70% off regular prices. Brands include Calvin Klein™, Puma™, Gap™ and Nike™. It's also where the city's Victorian Christmas Market is held each year.
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