500 year old Thornbury Castle Hotel allows you to retrace the steps of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, as you walk in corridors and grounds that they once explored. Thornbury Castle Hotel is the only Tudor castle to be open as a hotel, allowing anyone to enjoy the splendour of the castle’s roaring fires, delicious cuisine and magnificent bedchambers
Thornbury Castle is located in South West England, close to the historic city of Bath and is easy to reach from all England’s major cities, including London, which is just over 2 hours away.
There are 27 individually designed guest bedchambers at Thornbury Castle Hotel, many with four poster beds and unique features. The Duke’s Chamber once played host to King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn and overlooks the oldest Tudor Gardens in England.
For something extra special, you can sleep in the Superior Suite on the third floor of the South tower. Not only is this the highest bedroom in England, it also has the largest bed! The headpiece has been gold gilded in 24 carat gold and adds to the elegance, as do the pure silk embellishments.
There are 27 bedchambers and all are fabulously atmospheric, most with four-poster or coronet beds, stone walls, tapestries, roaring fires, ornate carved ceilings and views to historic parkland and the River Severn beyond.
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the most deliciously romantic honeymoon. Can you imagine a better location
than Thornbury Castle?