Find a unique place to stay in Gloucestershire. From boutique hostels and narrowboats, to castles and temples. Never stay anywhere second rate again!
Gloucestershire comprises part of the Cotswold Hills, part of the flat fertile Valley of the River Severn, and the entire Forest of Dean, so understandably full of things to do, places to stay, good food to eat and many, many places to explore!
Take a look at our 9 unique & unusual places to stay in Gloucestershire and be inspired by some really fabulous retreats, still focused on luxury and memorable experiences.
Notgrove Holidays has everything you might be in the market for from luxury safari tents to glamping pods to cottages in the beautiful area of Gloucestershire. The team at Notgrove Holidays are passionate about making your stay memorable and so offer additional activities such as quad treks, falconry, yoga, foraging, plus plenty of walking and cycling routes. Perfect holiday for families!
A perfect base to explore the Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and the surrounding area of Gloucestershire.
Built in the early 12th century, St Briavel’s was an important royal castle on the frontier with Wales and the administrative and judicial centre of the Forest of Dean – a royal hunting ground where the game was protected and the king alone allowed to hunt.
YHA St Briavels Castle is a venue with real wow factor that will amaze and inspire visitors of all ages.
Brilliantly located, right in the centre of Cirencester with all the amenities you need on your doorstep. Pubs, restaurants, shops and museums yet quiet and peaceful with no through traffic to disturb you.
We think The Barrel Store is great value and a stylish hostel which sleeps up to 26, ideal for hen and stag weekends and family holidays in the Cotswolds.