Located within the Gloucester Docks, Portivo Lounge is a quirky modern cafe bar and restaurant set in a beautiful red brick structure, built in 1894 as a corn mill. Restored as part of the Gloucester Quays redevelopment, Portivo sits proud on the main entrance, offering a range of drinks and dishes for all.
A quirky family-run coffee house, located near the Gloucester Cathedral that uses organic and locally sourced produce. Not only do they serve a large selection of coffee and specialist teas but also offer a unique menu including Wild boar and Venison burgers. Eat up and then get a psychic reading.
Situated in Southgate Street, Aroma is often described as Gloucester’s finest and tastiest Indian restaurant. The affordable restaurant caters to all tastes and boasts a variety of curries and Indian cuisine, including the firm local favourite the Dosa.
A cosy narrow boat café largely run on solar energy in the Docks which serves locally sourced food at affordable prices. Tasty treats on the menu include a variety of sandwiches, tapas dishes and light bites…oh and a fantastic all day breakfast.
Visit the country's first toast bar that everyone in Gloucester is talking about. Located in the main basin of the docks, this small takeaway restaurant is perfect to grab a delicious toastie and take in the scenery. It’s also home to the Mars bar toast - do you dare try it?
Step away from Southgate's busy street to this amazing historical building. The Tiger's Eye offers an eclectic, mouth-watering array of dishes. You can also experience The Black Rock Grill, a unique, delicious, healthy, interactive and exciting dining experience with your meal presented cooking on volcanic rocks at your table.
Ssshh keep Blue Thai Kitchen a secret or you might never get a table. This is a local favourite that may be small but their dishes are big flavour. Service is fantastic with friendly, welcoming staff. The restaurant’s menu has a selection of affordable Thai dishes appealing to all.
The Hallmark Hotel Gloucester is fantastically located for exploring the Cotswolds, perfect for visiting Gloucester and also the spa town of Cheltenham. Coupled with its picturesque view of Robinswood Hill, this unique setting offers access to Gloucester Golf Course, Gloucester Ski Centre and has a nature reserve on its doorstep.
Located within a short distance of Gloucester, Hatherly Manor Hotel is charming 17th-century Manor House set within extensive grounds and ideal for exploring the Cotswolds. Traditional features blend with contemporary furnishing to create a chic environment with a number of stylish feature bedrooms.
Hatton Court Hotel is a boutique hotel in the village of Upton St. Leonards just outside of Gloucester. This quirky abode offers a unique venue for a stay, events and conferences. Bedrooms offer comfort and luxury with guests being able to choose between the traditional old wing and the contemporary East Wing.
A beautifully restored, Grade I listed 15th-century pub and inn located in the heart of Gloucester city centre, complete with four bars, a coffee shop, function room, cosy bedrooms and a restaurant. It is one most complete surviving example of a medieval courtyard inn with galleries in Britain.
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