King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn slept in one of the bedchambers and walked through the ancient gardens at Thornbury Castle, a Tudor castle near the Cotswolds and Welsh Borders. Thornbury Castle resonates with history and is the only Tudor Castle in England to be opened as a hotel. There has been a vineyard within its walls for over 500 years, from which Thornbury Castle wine is still produced. At the castle you will discover atmospheric bedchambers, delicious Sunday lunches, free broadband, roaring fires and many historic features including suits of armour. On-site facilities include croquet and archery, and clay-pigeon shooting and falconry can be arranged with prior notice (extra charge).
Number of rooms : 27