A visit to Thornbury Lodge in the ancient market town of Thornbury is a unique opportunity to stay in a listed farmhouse dating back to the mid 1500’s. Yet, once you pass through the heavy oak door, you’ll find AA rated four star guest house accommodation that’s rooted firmly in the 21st century. The Lodge is believed to have had a variety of uses during its long and eventful history. It’s thought to have been Henry VIII hunting lodge during his stays with his second wife Anne Boleyn and was a private house for many years before being beautifully converted to 11 stunning bedrooms, overlooking the beauty of the Gloucestershire countryside and the Welsh coastline.
The Lodge Rooms
The Thornbury Lodge offers diverse and comfortable guest rooms. They each have their own unique look, but the overriding theme is one of rest and relaxation. Care has been taken to ensure that the rooms are the perfect place to unwind at the end of a long day or a long golf round! All rooms feature a flat-screen television, tea and coffee-making facilities, complimentary wash products, fresh white bed linen and big fluffy bath towels.
Some rooms sleep up to four people with the use of z-beds. There are double (with king sized beds) or twin room options available.
|Room Type||2018 Room Rate|
|Twin Room||From £70.00|
|Superior Double Room||From £70.00|
|Additional 'Z' Beds||£15.00 each|
Breakfast is freshly prepared from 07:30 each day and served in the Clubhouse. It includes a choice of cereals, yoghurts and juices, followed by a full English breakfast served with free range eggs, cooked as you like them. All ingredients are locally sourced, wherever possible.
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Golf Break Offers
Enjoy the ultimate in golf breaks or take advantage of seasonal golf offers at Thornbury Golf Centre and Lodge, one of Bristol’s finest golfing destinations.