Get treated like royalty at Thornbury Castle, where its opulent bedchambers, award-winning food and picturesque gardens will bring out your regal side.
Thornbury Castle hotel is a stunning 16th century building on the edge of the Cotswolds, 12 miles north of Bristol.
Once owned by Henry VIII (him and Anne Boleyn spent 10 days there on their honeymoon), it is renowned for being one of the finest country house hotels in England.
Standing in 15 acres of regal splendour, surrounded by its own vineyards and Tudor garden, the inside is equally magnificent. 26 carefully-restored bedchambers, many with sumptuous four-poster beds and splendid stone-carved fireplaces, make it feel as if you have stepped back in time.
The Tower bedchamber boasts the largest bed in a hotel in the UK, a whole 10 feet wide! With award-winning food served in three restaurants, open fires and a spa with sumptuous facilities, this is a truly indulgent retreat.
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