We stayed in the Lofthouse for 2 nights - and it was completely idyllic. The Lofthouse itself is stunning (great decor) and all appliances are to a high standard. The best part was the very comfortable bed! Overall I would definitely come back, and would also be inclined to consider the hosts other ...
The food is better than excellent The property is unique, historic and beauty. Gerry. Gave us a list of towns to visit. The list was perfect
disappointed with the breakfast. would have been nice to have a comfy chair in bedroom. Were not invited to avail ourselves to the use of one of the lounges. Saw very little of the Lady of the House! No on came with us to the door when we were leaving to say Goodbye.
Lovely location and very well run. Rooms are small but well presented. Breakfast which is included in your room rate. Is very good. Meals service was also good with an excellent choice provided. We very much enjoyed our stay
everything about this hotel was amazing. From the food to the dream like bed. The local taxi services is not ideal but knowing I was going to miss a wedding: one of the chaps at the bar drove me! outstanding service
Excellent friendly staff. Food is of a really top standard. Comfortable room. Good position for exploring the Cotswolds.
Chedworth Roman Villa is one of the largest Roman villas in the United Kingdom, built in stages between the 2nd and 4th centuries BC. Once home to some of the richest individuals in Britain, today this National Trust-owned villa attracts visitors from across the country. It's just a 30-minute drive to nearby Cheltenham where you'll find a selection of independent hotels, chain hotels and friendly, family-run B&Bs to choose from.
Those travelling with younger children will appreciate the free self-parking on offer at most of Cheltenham's hotels, although the town's train station also offers excellent links to London Paddington, Bristol and Birmingham. Hotels in Cheltenham provide amenities such as free WiFi, satellite TV, and even DVD players - great for keeping kids amused on rainy afternoons and evenings. With a range of accommodation to choose from including independent hotels and chain hotels, there is something to suit all budgets.
A day out at Chedworth Roman Villa is fun for the whole family. Here you'll see some of the most impressive mosaics in the UK, stunning Roman bathhouses and even early underfloor heating. Take time out to explore the on-site museum and uncover some of the artefacts unearthed during the villa's excavation, including coins, jewellery and more. Guided tours are available on a daily basis and specialist tours, walks and events are held throughout the year, including military displays and archaeology talks. For families, there are children's trails, dressing up baskets and organised activities such as mosaic rubbing, or pick up a Family Tracker Pack from reception, packed with activities for kids under the age of seven. There's plenty of countryside to explore here too, with Monarch's Way and Macmillan Way footpaths nearby. Staff at reception can offer advice and maps if you want to explore the area.
Whether you're escaping on a romantic weekend for two or enjoying a family holiday, Gloucestershire's hotels offer plenty of amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. Delicious breakfasts, free WiFi and laundry services are on offer at most hotels, with free parking making exploring the county a breeze.
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