Gloucestershire

Scenic countryside of valleys, hills, and lakes

Experience Gloucestershire

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Discover our unique hotels in Gloucestershire

At the intersection of rivers Wye and Severn, Gloucestershire has always been a meeting place, and is one of England’s most beautiful. Nestled among the hills are towns dating back to the medieval period beside English cottages and country homes. All of this nature and history is accessible, open, and welcoming for visitors to explore.

Whether visiting the county with family, as a couple or on business you’ll find that Gloucestershire won’t disappoint. And where better to base yourself when visiting than one of our great hotels located in the heart of the county, firstly the stunning De Vere Cotswold Water Park is a unique hotel located within the water park, while De Vere Tortworth Estate is an equally stunning Victorian mansion set in South Gloucestershire.

Stay close to the sights

Close by to De Vere Cotswold Water Park you will find mile upon mile of stunning scenery, the famous gentle rolling hills, golden stones and market towns will provide plenty to do when visiting the area. While De Vere Tortworth Court is set close to the cathedral city of Gloucester, a great historic city that stretches back over 2,000 years.

While both of our hotels in Gloucestershire offer a completely unique experience, they both offer a great comfortable and modern hotel experience, and both hotels feature spas, with Spa 6 at Cotswold Water Park and Peel Spa at Tortworth Court. Both of the hotels also offer exceptional facilities for weddings and business as well as leisure visitors.

Did you know?

Gloucester is England’s most inland port — the Gloucester-Sharpness Canal extends 16.5 miles through two locks from the Severn Estuary to Gloucester
A variety of ancient abbeys are scattered throughout Gloucestershire, including Blackfriars, Hailes Abbey, St. Oswald’s, and Tewkesbury Abbey
Cotswold Water Park has over 100 lakes to explore and enjoy a range of watersports from canoeing, kayaking, and sailing, to wakeboarding, water-skiing and windsurfing.
The town of Cheltenham is a resort and spa town on mineral springs and is well known for its festival scene and horticulture
The Cotswolds offer a mix of hilltop walks and country mansions, many of which — Lodge Park, Woodchester Mansion, and Berkeley Castle — can be explored
Bristol Zoo

Things to do in Gloucestershire

At the intersection of rivers Wye and Severn, Gloucestershire has always been a meeting place, and is one of England’s most beautiful.