A rich history – Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and magnificent Norman Cathedral – with energetic, modern centre...
- Gloucester is cradled by some of England’s most treasured rural landscapes in the delightfully-picturesque Cotswold Hills. This energetic city combines rich history – Roman foundations, Victorian Docklands and the magnificent Norman Cathedral – with a modern centre that’s alive with shops, restaurants, entertainment and unique attractions.
- Gloucester is close to both Cardiff and Bristol airports and around two and a half hours from London by road or rail. The city has an excellent range of residential and non-residential conference venues and good quality hotels, suitable for all budgets.
- 11th century Gloucester Cathedral, which has appeared in two Harry Potter films, accommodates 100 delegates for meetings and events in its function suite.
- Gloucester and the surrounding area, is a hub for the finest quality food. The region produces a variety of world-renowned produce with an abundance of excellent places to enjoy it. The restaurant quarter at Gloucester Quays serves cuisines of all kinds from traditional English, French and Italian, to Chinese, Indian and African. The mix of eateries includes Michelin star restaurants, brasseries, hotels and gastro pubs.