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Welcome to Court House Manor

Address: Court House Manor, Painswick, GL6 6QE

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Set within 4 acres of landscaped gardens, the Court House Manor offers free WiFi throughout and free onsite parking. In Painswick, in the heart of the Cotswolds, this luxurious country estate dates back to the 16th century. The en suite rooms include a TV, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. All rooms come with bathrobes and slippers, a hairdryer, toiletries, ironing facilities and tea/coffee making facilities. The Court House Manor also offers a self-catering cottage with scenic garden views. The Court House Manor’s grounds are ideal for outdoor activities, including badminton, croquet and lawn sports. Guests can relax in the onsite sun terraces and patio areas, or choose to trek around the nearby Painswick Beacon.

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Gloucestershire College - University

Gloucestershire College - University

Distance 5.96 miles (9.53 km)
Gloucestershire College of Arts and Technology is a further education provider offering a range of education and training programmes, including A Levels and GCSEs, vocational qualifications, work-based learning, basic skills courses, higher education, short courses for business, and English courses for its students. Over 600 learners study in both Gloucester and the new Cheltenham campuses. The courses include: arts, media, music & performing arts, hospitality & catering, IT, computing trade union studies, teacher training, skills for life, public & uniformed services, and engineering & electronics.

Gloucester Centre - Town Centre

Gloucester Centre - Town Centre

Distance 6.01 miles (9.61 km)
Gloucester is an important inland port on the River Severn, linked by canal to the docks at Sharpness 16 miles away. Roman Legions established a fortress here in AD43. Today the city's main roads still follow the pattern of the original roman roads designed by the daughter of Alfred the Great. Gloucester's main attractions are the House of "The Tailor of Gloucester" where you can view each and every episode of the famous Beatrix Potter tale, 2003 being the 200th anniversary of the story being published. The East Gate viewing chamber, Gloucester Cathedral which was founded 1300 years ago and which some younger visitors will recognise as "Hogwarts".