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Gloucester up until the 13th Century

Gloucester is one of the remaining signs of Roman occupation in England. The Romans built a fort to secure crossing of the River Severn at Kingsholm. Unlike other towns, Gloucester was not abandoned when Roman soldiers moved out of Britain. When the Roman soldiers left the fort, the entire site became a town full of […]

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Another successful week at your cottage

Thank you Su for allowing us to change our week’s stay at short notice due to family bereavement. Another successful week at your cottage which is beginning to feel more like a second home each time we visit. We appreciate being close to our Grandson, Nathaniel, in Gloucester for a week – special times! See […]

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Seventieth birthday celebrations

My seventieth birthday celebrations with my family in Gloucester were great. The icing on the cake was staying here in a cottage tailor-made for us all – daughter Jane, son-in-law Stephane and partner Gwen. I personally love your free range hens. -Alan

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Welcome pack much appreciated

Good to return to your cottage which once again is welcoming and comfortable. Thank you for your ‘welcome pack’ – much appreciated! We visited this time to attend the birth of our Grandson in Gloucester. Cooks Green is conveniently placed to allow us a daily visit and also enjoy the local rural countryside. Red Lion […]

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