The City of Gloucester has a unique history from its Roman foundations to its Victorian docklands. Gloucester is a vibrant multicultural city that combines historic architecture with a unique blend of visitor attractions, festivals and entertainment, a collection of high street and specialist shops and a mouth watering array of tea shops, restaurants, wine bars and pubs offer food and drink for all tastes. The city is overlooked by the Cotswolds Hills in the lush Severn Valley and is easily accessible from all corners of the country.
The port of Gloucester was of great historical importance. The Romans built a fort which was used for the transport of men and supplies between the Midlands and Wales. In 1580 Gloucester was granted the status of port by Queen Elizabeth 1. In 1794 a canal was constructed to Berkeley which opened up a link with the Stroud water and Thames canals so providing a direct route to the Midlands and London.
With its glorious architecture, wonderful countryside and elegant country hotels, the Cotswolds has everything to offer for the dream wedding
The romantic Cotswolds provide the perfect venue for a wedding set amongst beautiful rolling countryside and elegant surroundings - a magical place for an unforgettable day.
A charming country house hotel steeped in centuries of history, is a wonderful setting for your special day, with beautiful gardens and grounds providing an idyllic backdrop. You couldn't find a more romantic place than the Cotswolds
Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, and you will require magnificent surroundings, attention to detail, a personal touch. The Cotswolds are here for you.
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