The Hallmark Hotel Gloucester is in a great location tickling the fringe of historic Gloucester. Easy to get to, an equal distance from junctions 11A and 12 of the M5, if you’re travelling north or south, they're only a 5-7 minute drive from the motorway. Getting there easily isn’t the only perk, there’s so many hidden gems around the hotel to explore. You’ll find miles and miles of cycling routes and beautiful walks in the nearby Cotswolds and Forest of Dean. There's a challenging golf course just minutes from the hotel and if you fancy some skiing or tubing, then they are walking distance to the longest ski slope in England and Wales.MORE ABOUT THE HOTEL
Dinner, Bed & Breakfast (1 night)
The hotel offers contemporary bedrooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Rooms also feature a modern bathroom and a work desk.
The Brasserie serves classic British cuisine in elegant surroundings. Guests can also enjoy lighter meals in the informal bar, and hearty cooked breakfasts are available daily.
The extensive leisure facilities include a relaxing spa pool, Finnish sauna and a steam room. There is also a fully equipped fitness centre and indoor swimming pool, and beauty treatments are available.
Close to the Hallmark Hotel Gloucester is one of the best golf clubs in the South West.
The 18 hole, par 72, championship course at the Gloucester Golf Club has been designed to obtain the greatest possible benefit from the natural form of the hillside. The ground falls from a height of 600 feet to 200 feet, making the course the most interesting in the region. Brooks and small ponds have been woven into the landscape. Mature trees and wooded areas have been left as nature intended and give the course a natural beauty, and its golfers some natural hazards!
The first 11 holes will have you negotiating the lower slopes, with brooks running parallel and across the fairways. Enjoy the 12th, which is a challenging uphill par 3, before approaching the scenic holes that overlook Gloucester and the beautiful surrounding countryside. These holes call for some interesting and tricky shots, especially the downhill 18th, where many golfers have tried to drive the green with disastrous consequences.