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Hatherley Manor Hotel, in Gloucester, is an attractive 17th century manor house hotel set amidst a 37-acre parkland estate in the heart of the rolling green Gloucestershire countryside. The M5 motorway is three miles away and Hatherley Manor Hotel is ideally placed for visiting Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Cotswolds.

  • 2 Restaurants
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking
  • Non-smoking hotel
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Hatherley Manor Hotel - about the hotel

Hatherley Manor just 3 miles from Gloucester city centre and 10 miles from the Regency town of Cheltenham Spa on the very edge of the Cotswolds. It is rumoured that Hatherley Manor was built for the illegitimate son of Oliver Cromwell. However, the history of the site stretches back over a thousand years and has direct links to Edward the Confessor.

Extensive mature gardens, a spacious walled garden and an orchard make up the hotels 37 acre private estate and a recent £1 million refurbishment has transformed Hatherley Manor into a contemporary, modern country house where historic heritage and charm blends perfectly with modern comfort and luxury.

The 50 en-suite rooms have a modern country house feel and feature a good-sized working area, Freeview TV and free WiFi internet access. Many offer views of the surrounding gardens and countryside. The Executive and Feature rooms offer historical charm coupled with sophisticated luxury, many with original features such as oak panelled walls and period feature fireplaces.

The bar and restaurant have a relaxed, intimate atmosphere where you can relax with a drink and enjoy fine food. The chefs are passionate about the food they serve and use the finest seasonal ingredients.

Hatherley Manor is renowned as a high quality and professional conference venue with 6 stunning conference rooms that can accommodate up to 250 delegates and free car parking for up to 250 vehicles. The extensive gardens provide ample space for outdoor activities and team building events. A helicopter landing pad is also available on-site.

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Hatherley Manor Hotel - Bedroom Accommodation

Each of the 50 delightful en-suite bedrooms has a good sized working area, hospitality tray, direct dial telephone, remote controlled colour TV with Freeview, radio, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, razor electrical socket, heating control, 24 hour room service and free WiFi internet access. All rooms are non-smoking.

  • Check in from 2.00pm
  • Check out at 11.00am
    Choose from:
  • Classic Double and Twin Rooms - Charming rooms with solid wood furniture and views of the surrounding grounds.
  • Executive Double and Twin Rooms - More spacious rooms with solid wood furniture and views of the surrounding grounds.
  • Feature Rooms - Two rooms, both very spacious and luxurious. One room features a four poster bed and is located in the bow of the original Manor House. The other is a luxurious oak panelled room with a period feature fireplace.
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      Hatherley Manor Hotel - Heritage & History

      Hatherley House, now the Hatherley Manor hotel, was built in the 17th Century, reportedly for an illegitimate son of Oliver Cromwell. However, this piece of 17th century scandal remains uncorroborated by hard evidence.

      The manor subsequently passed through a number of owners, including Sir Matthew Wood and his son, William Page Wood. By the middle of the 19th century, the Manor was in the possession of Anthony Gilbert Jones, three times mayor of Gloucester and father of nine children.

      Charles Allen Jones, the seventh and youngest son, patented the 'Hatherley Patent Lattistep', forerunner of the modern stepladder (cost - 7s 3d in 1914!). Examples of the Lattistep can still be found today and are auctioned as antiques. Jones & Co were also responsible for mass production of the folding deck chair.

      During the occupancy of the Jones and, later, the De Winton families, the Manor was subjected to extensive refurbishment. The 17th century house, despite having been inundated by additions in the late 18th and 19th centuries, and by enlargement in 1983-86, when it first became a hotel, still retains an imposing grandeur.

      Architecturally, the porch has re-used mullioned and transformed windows, the remainder being entirely re-faced in brick in the 19th century, which belies its splendid 17th century and Regency interior fittings.

      At the rear of the main building is a tall projecting staircase wing containing a 17th century staircase, with moulded balusters and ball finials, and decorative plaster ceilings. Other features include a bow-fronted Regency styled drawing room, a baroque chimneypiece and 17th century oak panelling in several rooms.

      Remains of the original moat, listed in the Gloucestershire Sites and Monuments record, can still be seen to the rear of the hotel.

      Hatherley Manor Hotel - Map & Directions

      Hatherley Manor Hotel

      Down Hatherley Lane,
      Hatherley,
      Gloucester,
      GL2 9QA

      Tel: +44 (0)1483 776344Fax: +44 (0)1483 730202

      By Road

      From the M5 North & South - Leave the M5 motorway at junction 11 heading towards Cheltenham. At the large roundabout turn left signposted Staverton. Follow this road for approximately 3 miles past the airport on your left, through a set of traffic lights. Just after the traffic lights turn right into Down Hatherley Lane. Turn into the lane and follow for about 0.5 miles. Hatherley Manor is on your right hand side.

      From Bristol Airport - On leaving the airport, follow the A38, signposted Bedminister. At the Redcliffe Way roundabout, take the third exit onto the A4. At the next roundabout, take the second exit onto the A4044, keep in the right-hand lane and then bear right onto the A 4032 signposted M32, M4, Easton. At junction 3, continue forward onto the M32 signposted London and S. Wales M4. Branch left and join the M4 Motorway (signposted South Wales). Leave the M4 at junction 20 and join the M5 motorway (signposted The Midlands, Gloucester). Leave the M5 at junction 12, then at the roundabout take the first exit onto the B4008 signposted Gloucester A38. Continue to follow the A38 over two roundabouts and at the traffic lights continue forward onto the A430 signposted City Centre. Continue to follow the A430 at the next two sets of traffic lights. At the next two roundabouts take the second exit onto the A38 signposted Tewkesbury at both. After almost two miles, turn right onto Down Hatherley Lane.

      From the M4 - Leave the M4 motorway at junction 15 (signposted Marlborough, Swindon) then at the roundabout take the third exit onto Marlborough Road  A419 (signposted Swindon, Cirencester A419, Oxford A420). At Commonhead roundabout take the second exit onto the A419. At Turnpike roundabout take the second exit onto the A419 and continue forward onto the A417. At the next roundabout take the second exit onto the A417 signposted Gloucester. At next roundabout take the first exit onto A417 signposted Gloucester. At Zoons Court Roundabout take the second exit onto the A417 signposted The Midlands, Gloucester. At next roundabout take the third exit onto the A40 signposted Cheltenham. At Elmbridge Court Roundabout take the second exit onto the A40 (signposted Ledbury, Chepstow, Ross). At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Tewkesbury Road  A38 (signposted Tewkesbury). Turn right onto Down Hatherley Lane.

      By Rail and Air

      Rail: Gloucester Station (3 miles). Direct routes to London, Birmingham, Bristol and South Wales. Taxis available outside the station.
      Air: Birmingham International Airport (59 miles)
      Bristol Airport (47 miles)

      Nearest Cities/Towns

      Cotswolds (0.00 miles) (0 km)
      Gloucester (3.00 miles) (5 km)
      Tewkesbury (8.00 miles) (13 km)
      Cheltenham (10.00 miles) (16 km)
      Stroud (13.00 miles) (21 km)
      Ross-on-Wye (18.00 miles) (29 km)
      Tetbury (20.00 miles) (32 km)
      Cirencester (22.00 miles) (35 km)
      Fairford (25.00 miles) (40 km)
      Broadway (27.00 miles) (43 km)
      Stow-on-the-Wold (30.00 miles) (48 km)
      Burford (31.00 miles) (50 km)
      Chipping Campden (32.00 miles) (52 km)
      Moreton in Marsh (34.00 miles) (55 km)
      Oxford (49.00 miles) (79 km)

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