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Inns in Birdlip

Royal George Hotel
Birdlip
Gloucestershire

GL4 8JH | View map

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With spectacular views over the Gloucestershire countryside and set in 26 acres of beautiful, peaceful grounds, parts of this charming hotel date back to the 18th century. The Royal George is situated on the Cotswold Way in the village of Birdlip and makes a wonderful base from which to explore Gloucester, the spa town of Cheltenham and the picturesque villages that make the Cotswolds world famous

The restaurant, the bar, the heated terrace and the secluded garden all offer a seasonal menu, with a wide selection of modern and traditional British favourites, from hearty main courses to lighter snacks. A selection of real ales, carefully selected wines and speciality teas and coffees is also available.
There are 34 comfortable en suite rooms, including feature rooms opening onto the garden and a luxurious four-poster room. All of the rooms are rich in individual character and unique charm. The whole hotel is non-smoking A designated smoking area is provided. The hotel has a quiz night every Thursday, and live music every Friday.

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