Premier Inn Gloucester - Little Witcombe

Address: Nr. A417 and M5, Little Witcombe, Gloucestershire, England, GL3 4SS, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Nr. A417 and M5, Little Witcombe, is near Gloucester Cathedral, Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Painswick Rococo Garden, and Everyman Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Little Witcombe

    Fancy a round? Yes. (Golf and/or drinks).

    A travel blog entry by rlsjhos on Aug 12, 2015

    27 photos

    ... to Belas Knap an ancient monument. If the English use the descriptor 'ancient' you know it's really old. They are pretty liberal with 'antique', 'aged' and terms like 'ye olde' but ancient means that - ancient. Belays Knap is 'just' a mound that was uncovered by a farmer,whilst ploughing his field but it's dated at 5500 BC and contains the remains (as if they would alive!) of at least 5 individuals. It's quite a site and a welcome landmark because it's at the top of a long ...

    Catch up

    A travel blog entry by hubbardtim on Aug 12, 2015

    5 photos

    ... and Jim for their tip. We spent a week at Le Pelly Camping, Sixt Fer Cheval. Probably the most beautiful campsite in France. Please go. It's stunning.

    It was stunning, but nothing beats Camping des Glaciers "the mountains campsite" in Val Ferret, Switzerland. The winding climbing drive there confirmed it. We wanted to spend a whole month here.

    Jude and Pa joined for a week of family fun and respite for Tim and ...

    Royal Crescent, Gardens, American Mus., Stonehenge

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Aug 05, 2015

    23 photos

    ... place with plants seeming to grow where they will. Only in one spot did we find an organized planting of flowers and other flora amid an expanse of lawn. It was a nice walk and by the time we got back to the Royal Crescent the house was open. The Royal Crescent is a graceful arc of buildings from the Georgian period. There is a hotel in the center section with homes making up the rest of the crescent. These ...

    This is what it is all about

    A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Jul 21, 2015

    ... lay in the fact that during both World Wars the tower was used as an early warning lookout for enemy planes - so the observers sat in the darkness and identified the enemy planes by sight and sound. It was also equipped with a Nuclear Bomb bunker - only 'stood down' in 1991. By the time I reached the 4th level the Tower was shrouded in mist - you couldn't see 6 metres in front of you. I then descended the stairs and by the time I got to ground ...

    A walk in the country

    A travel blog entry by annelouise52 on Oct 02, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... by walking back to Moreton in Marsh along the path beside the busy A44 highway. The walk claimed to be 8.5 kms which I know I can do but it seemed longer. Perhaps it was walking across fields that made it more demanding. When I got back to my cottage I was done in. Despite being tired I very much enjoyed the walk. It is wonderful to be able to go more deeply into the countryside; to see beyond the high walls and into the daily life of a place. **PS: I never did manage to do ...