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Calcot Manor, Tetbury GL8 8YJ, England. Pleasant Country Manor House, opened as Hotel in 1984, set in rural area. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Cowley Manor Hotel, Cowley, near Cheltenham, GL53 9NL, England. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Bibury Court HotelBibury Court Hotel, Bibury Court, Bibury GL7 5NT, England. Bibury Court, a beautiful Jacobean mansion situation on the outskirts of the village. The setting is of peace and tranquility. The hotel is run on country house lines, one of the main objectives being the provision of good food and wine in informal and comforabl surroundings. The hotel opens to non-residents from 10am onwards for coffee, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Our main goal is for guests to feel that they are staying in a country home rather than a hotel. Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travelers have to say at TripAdvisor.

Tour GloucestershireGloucestershire: Vale and Forest of Dean Pt. 2 (Pevsner Buildings of England S.) The Vale of Gloucestershire is most famous for its two great churches, Gloucester Cathedral and Tewkesbury Abbey, both Norman buildings with brilliantly inventive late-mediaeval modifications. Less well known are the intriguingly diverse monastic remains at Gloucester, which also preserves a remarkable industrial enclave around its 19th-century docks. The other major settlement is Cheltenham, the greatest English spa town of Regency days, with its fine parades of houses in stucco and stone. Country houses include Thornbury Castle, greatest of Early Tudor private houses, timber-framed manors such as Preston Court, and the extravagantly Neo-Gothic Toddington; churches range from the enigmatic Anglo-Saxon pair at Deerhurst to Randall Wells's Arts-and-Crafts experiment at Ke A full overview is given in the introduction, which includes specialist chapters on the earlier periods, vernacular architecture, and geology and building materials. Numerous maps, plans and over 120 photographs enhance the text, which also has a glossary and comprehensive indexes. Tour Gloucestershire.

Walks in Gloucestershire50 Walks in Gloucestershire (50 Walks In...) Explore the beauty of Gloucestershire with this walking guide. It offers over 50 walks around the country, including the Cotswolds Water Park, Chipping Campden and Tewkesbury and provides places to visit along the way, or extensions to make them easier or more challenging. Each walk highlights a particular feature, for instance wildlife, history or the countryside and ranges from two to ten miles in length. A location map indicates the starting point of the walk while topographical features are clearly marked to guide you along the route. Information is also provided on footpath signs, countryside access, walking tips and safety guidelines and an introduction to the county provides a brief background to the area. Tour Gloucestershire.

Gloucestershire Pubs and BreweriesGloucestershire Pubs and Breweries (Images of England S) Illustrated with over 200 old photographs, postcards and promotional advertisements, this collection offers an insight into Gloucestershire's pubs and breweries past and present. Included are images of the Cheltenham Original Brewery, Cainscross Brewery, Nailsworth Brewery, the Stroud Brewery Company, and snapshots of local pubs and landlords.

Gloucestershire County Cricket ClubGloucestershire County Cricket Club in Old Photographs (Britain in Old Photographs S.) This collection of photographs chronicles the history of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club, founded in 1871 and sustained in the early years by the Grace family. The author has gathered over 200 images capturing the county's game and its personalities, including W.G. Grace and Mike Procter.

GloucestershireGloucestershire: A County Guide (Barnaby's Relocation Guides) The project of surveying Gloucestershire at first seemed to be almost too big to handle, indeed it involved multiple journeys criss-crossing the county. But I think the result reveals the great range of individual character in its many towns and villages: compare traditional Cotswold centres such as Great Barrington and Upper Slaughter in the north east with the intensely industrialised districts of Yate and Filton above Bristol, or the Vale of Berkeley bordering the Severn Estuary. To the west the ancient Forest of Dean preserves its own mysterious aura.

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