BERKELEY is two miles West, off the
busy Gloucester/Bristol trunk road (A38), and sits at the head
of the Berkeley Vale, some of Gloucestershire's most beautiful
countryside. Berkeley is rich in all sorts of history, and well known
for its people, events and science.
Castle is the most famous
landmark in the area and suffice to say, the town's history begins
there and moves through almost every building around the town centre.
It is said that William Shakespeare lived for a short time
in the area, but the most famous personage is almost certainly Edward
Jenner, the founder and father of immunology.
His most important
contribution, to this day blessed by millions around the world,
is the global eradication of Smallpox. The
Edward Jenner Museum is close to the town's centre.
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BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC GOTHIC MANSION
This historic Gothic mansion sits in tranquil parkland on the Cotswold Edge, beside the Severn Valley and close to Bristol. It offers fine dining, a leisure club, and spacious, traditional rooms.
Located 4.3 miles from Wotten-under-Edge by junction 14 of the M5 and only 4 miles to Berkeley Castle.
De Vere Tortworth Court Hotel is a Grade II Listed building. It has one of Britain's finest arboretums with 300 rare and protected trees in 30 acres of parkland.
The leisure club has an indoor pool, spa bath, gym, and a sauna. There is also a steam room and a beauty therapy centre for guests to enjoy.
De Vere Tortworth Estate features Moreton's Restaurant in the charming former library, with oak-panelled walls and a magnificent fireplace. The restaurant serves freshly prepared breakfasts, evening meals and fine wines, with stunning garden views.
This property also has one of the top-rated locations in Wotton under Edge! Guests are happier about it compared to other properties in the area.
Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 8.9 for a two-person trip.
The Malt House at Berkeley is one
of those family hotels and restaurants that you can spend a
millennium looking for. The Inn can boast nothing if it can't
boast comfort. Tastefully furnished in mellow wall coverings
and dark woods, the restaurant
and bars have just the right level of intimacy and informality
to instantly relax you.
Wendy and her family welcome you to their home in the heart
of the Cotswold Hills and assure you of a memorable stay.
From the moment you arrive to take a seat at
the bar, or one of the comfortable chairs at a table, you
will quickly relax into a friendly, local atmosphere.
The Malt House is Wendy's family home as well
as their work and so it is important to them that the Inn
is as comfortable as possible and that the accommodation
and facilities allow you to relax into a friendly atmosphere.
All rooms at The Malt House have T.V and
coffee making facilities.
There are 9 en-suite bedrooms
The Malt House is well situtaed and is only a short drive from the following places:-