We are fortunate to have many interesting historical venues in and around Gloucestershire. Of course the jewel in the crown has to be Gloucester Cathedral, with the tomb of a King, but there are so many other places worthy of a visit. So whether you are a visitor to the area, or a resident, we are sure you will enjoy visiting one of these fascinating places. There are old mills, castles, ruins, National Trust properties, beautiful Cotswold houses, unfinished Gothic mansion, Arts and Crafts houses, Victorian docks, Roman villas and much more!
A Tudor manor house set in its own remote and picturesque wooded valley. Formal gardens, Grist Mill, Church and historic cottages. Restaurant. Open from May to September, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays only.
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