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Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00
 
Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00
 
Stately Homes and Gardens of England Black Taxi Tour from London
"Start your day being collected from your central London hotel in your own private iconic London taxi. Leaving London head out to the first major stop- Bowood House.Bowood House sits within 100 acres of beautifully landscaped ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland a than at Bowood? Deemed to be one of the finest examples in the country with a flowing mix of plantations and sweeping lawns leading down to a winding mile-long lake. The Bowood landscape has an exceptionally interesting history which will be revealed in which will be displayed in The Orangery of Bowood House. You will explore not only the house but the gardens. See the gardens ablaze with colour from abundant rhododendrons azaleas and marigolds a spectacle not to be missed. Wander the house and view the rooms and wonderful historical memorabilia . The house is a mix of Georgian Architecture and historical treasures such as Queen Victoria's wedding chair and Napoleon's death mask plus a host of other fascinating historical features. Leaving Bowood behind you can now choose your second half of the day. Choose from a visit to one of the following: Blenheim Pal Greys Court
From GBP699.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in Gloucestershire

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Fountain Inn

The fountain Inn occupies one of the oldest known sites connected with the brewing trade in Gloucester. In 1672 part of the Inn was refurbished and upgraded to a fashionable house and tavern at a cost...
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Robert Raikes' House

VERY nice building but a total shame about the miserable, surly bar man who definitely didn't graduate from the school of charm. As a local, I took some visitors to this pub on Saturday August 6th...
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New Inn

The New Inn has got to be the Jewel in Gloucester's crown. It has been described as the finest example of a medieval galeried Inn to be seen in Britain today. Much of the original features can be seen...
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Vinings

We were directed to this restaurant by a local Pub owner who said this was a really nice place to eat. Vinings is situated on the ground floor of the historic Vinings Warehouse in the heart of the...
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Water Poet - Wetherspoons

When I'm travelling alone in the UK I often prefer to eat in pubs. They are often more comfortable than restaurants, always have better beer and nobody looks askance at the strange lady reading her...
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Costa Coffee

We called in costa coffee for err well for a coffee. The old bell was not open at this time so the nearest we could get was in the old shop area of this fabulous building. The coffee was good but...
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Comfy Pew

After we had visited the cathedral we stopped in The Comfy Pew for some cream tea. It was a wonderful sunny day and we could actually sit outside and profit from the cafe's perfect location in a side...
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Nelson Inn

We called in the Nelson after walking around Gloucester and we had headed back towards our hotel looking for somewhere to eat. We called in for a drink and the very friendly Land Lord pointed us in...
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The Speech House Hotel

This is a very old Hotel in the centre of the Forest of Dean, but it has a Restuarant and they offer one of the best (if not The Best!) set sunday lunch menu, very reasonably priced and not your...
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Jan 11, 2007

The Red Lion

As with many English pubs, The Red Lion is not spectacular from the outside (its first known reference was in 1710) - but it is what is inside that counts! The room that we first entered was...
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Bwana_Brown
Mar 08, 2004

Popular Cities in Gloucestershire

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Bourton on the Water

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Cheltenham

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Gloucester

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Moreton in the Marsh

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Cirencester

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Tewkesbury

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Top Hotels in Gloucestershire

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Upper Slaughter, Cheltenham, The Slaughters, GL54 2JD, United Kingdom
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Telford Way, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 2AB, United Kingdom
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Buckland Near Broadway, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR127LY, United Kingdom
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Victoria Street, Bourton-on-the-Water, GL54 2BU, United Kingdom
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Charingworth, Chipping Campden GL55 6NS, England
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12 Gloucester Street,Cirencester, Cirencester, Cir
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Top Things to Do in Gloucestershire

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Birdland - Dragonfly Maze

Birdland was the main reason we came to Bourton on the water and we were not disappointed. Set in 9 acres of parkland and with many species of exotic bird to see its a great place to visit. Our 8...
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Gloucester Cathedral

The vast and magnificent building now known as Gloucester Cathedral was, until 1541, the Abbey church of St Peter. It really began life in the late 600s AD/CE when an Anglo-Saxon religious community...
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Moreton-in-Marsh Town Centre

The streets are lovely, with all the older buildings, be sure to take pictures and to stop in some of the lovely shops. They have some lovely places to have lunch or tea as well as dinner. There is...
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Town Centre - Downtown

Cirencester has a particularly attractive town centre, I think, It seems to have avoided the too-often-seen temptation to pull down its older buildings and replace them with concrete and glass...
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Tewkesbury Abbey

During my visit to the Abbey, they were offering tours of the bell tower and roof top. The climb to the top was a bit strenuous but we did stop on the way for an interesting talk on the Abbey bells....
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High Street

Chipping Campden's High Street is the place to be. The street is lined with typical Cotswolds houses which appear very neat and original. Thanks to the Campden Trust, a lobby group, the local...
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"A day in the Cotswolds"
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"The Cotswolds"
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Bwana_Brown

"The Honey-Coloured Stones of the Cotswolds"
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"A few days driving around the Cotswolds"
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"Gloucestershire"
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