Bristol Castle, Gloucestershire
This striking castle turned hotel was once owned by King Henry VIII, and was the honeymoon destination of the king and Anne Boleyn in 1535. Located on the edge of the quintessentially English countryside of the Cotswolds and within easy access of Bath, Bristol and the M4 and M5 motorways. Having exceptional, grand architecture with towers, battlements and Tudor chimneys, it is one of the UK’s few Tudor Castles which has been converted to a hotel. The Tudor Walled Gardens, landscaped grounds and 400-year-old vineyard, add to the historical experience. The 27 bedchambers are fabulously atmospheric, regal and traditional. Most with coronet or four-poster beds, some with open fire places, Tudor tapestries, ornate carved ceilings, suits of armour and stone walls, and all rooms incorporating top-end facilities and fittings. The variety of dining areas and event spaces, including The Tudor Hall, Dungeon and Wine Cellar, boast luxuriant décor and furniture and are perfect for fine and private dining and all types of meetings and events, in a dramatic and historical setting. Located in Gloucestershire, South West England.