Official tickets for The Festival 2020 are now on sale, buy your Club, Tatts or Best Mate ticket at the best price before 10:59am on 5th July 2019.
We are pleased to Release our rooms for this special event - Book Now , Here online
Hope Orchard Top Tip - Leave your car with us - and let the taxi do the work ,we have trusted taxis we use .
With stunning views, woodland, open spaces and a café, Crickley Hill is the perfect destination for those looking to spend time in nature. More than 1,300 species have been recorded at Crickley Hill, from rare birds, butterflies and wild flowers to reptiles and toadstools. It has gained national recognition for its wildlife, and has the status as a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its rich diversity of wild flowers.
Hope Orchard Top Tip - A 10 minutes drive from us &£1 for an Hours parking
Right in the heart of the city, Gloucester Guildhall is a vibrant venue home to an impressive programme of music, comedy, film, and theatre. As well as our 400 capacity main hall we have a beautiful 100 seat cinema room, art gallery, exhibition spaces and cafe all housed in our beautiful Grade II listed building.
Hope Orchard Top Tip:Leave your car with us, and let us order you a taxi . 20 minutes drive from us
Conveniently located between the Roman city of Gloucester and the Regency town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire Airport, Staverton occupies a well connected location. With only a 3 minute drive from the M5 and A40, the Midlands and South West are all within easy reach. Whether you’re chartering private flights or booking a package holiday, fly from Gloucestershire. From a calm and serene hot air balloon flight to a thrilling wing walk, you’ll be spoilt for choice for once in a lifetime gifts for that special person. Take the aircraft controls for a trial flying lesson or put on goggles and a flying jacket and feel the wind in your hair as you soar over the Cotswolds in a vintage bi-plane. Memories that will last a lifetime.
Hope Orchard Tip - 5 minutes walk , leave the car here , and enjoy the views of some great Aircrafts .
Cheltenham is at the heart of almost every aspect of Jump racing. This is the place where owners, trainers, jockeys, stable staff and breeders dream of having winners. It's the place where the most important races are run. This is where many stars of the future go through the sale ring. But most of all, this is the place where the equine and human champions forge their reputations. As always, there is much to look forward to in the season, with 16 exciting days of top class Jump racing. Hundreds of thousands of racing fans come to Cheltenham every year, but you don't need to be an expert to make lasting memories. The wide variety of experiences range from the relaxed feel of the meetings in October and April, to the heady excitement of The November Meeting and the family fun of New Year's Day.
A warm welcome awaits you at Gloucester Cathedral - one of the finest medieval buildings in the country and the burial place of royalty. Trace 1000 years of architectural styles from Norman through Perpendicular to the present day where our team of stonemasons are still carving and casting. The extraordinary fan-faulted medieval cloisters and Great East Window are national treasures and the Lady Chapel houses some of the finest Arts &Crafts glass in the country. A glorious sacred space with a superb musical tradition and daily worship, the cathedral is open each day from 8am until Evensong. Cathedral Gift Shop Monday - Friday 10am - 5pm (4.30pm in winter) Saturday 10am - 4.00pm Sunday 11.45am - 2.45pm - Image thanks to Kevin Lewis
We celebrate Gloucestershire’s rich aviation heritage from the early days of flight, through the birth of the Jet Age to the present day. Jet Age Museum is staffed only by volunteers, some of whom flew in aircraft we have on display. Come and visit, ask questions and learn about the history of aviation in Gloucestershire and beyond. We aim to preserve the past and inspire the future.
Hope Orchard Tip - Five minutes walk
The former dock estate has become a popular free destination where visitors can enjoy interesting views and a range of modern facilities while wandering around a remarkably complete example of a Victorian port. Views include many fine warehouses and other dock-related buildings that have been found new uses. Where ships once discharged their cargoes, there is now an ever-changing miscellany of visiting narrow boats, smart motor cruisers and the occasional yacht or tall ship. The whole area is suitable for wheel-chairs.
The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire and Worcestershire offering a round trip of 28 miles. It uses part of the route of the former Great Western Railway's main line from Birmingham to Cheltenham which used to run via Stratford-upon-Avon. It now operates steam and heritage diesel trains between Cheltenham Racecourse and Broadway through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cotswolds. The line commands wonderful views of the nearby sleepy hamlets and villages, with outstanding outlooks across to the Malvern Hills and beyond.
A cultural centre of international repute, Cheltenham provides a wide range of entertainment for visitors to enjoy, including excellent theatre, music, dance and comedy. Gustav Holst, the composer of The Planets Suite, was born here and a visit to the Holst Birthplace Museum is highly recommended. Famous people to have visited Cheltenham include Handel, Samuel Johnson, the Duke of Wellington, Princess Victoria, Lord Byron and Jane Austen. Cheltenham is a place of fine regency buildings, wide tree-lined avenues,beautiful parks, scenic lakes, spacious lawns and manicured gardens.
This ancient castle has been preserved and gradually transformed from a savage Norman fortress into a truly stately home with a wealth of treasures, paintings by English and Dutch masters, tapestries, furniture of an interesting diversity, silver and porcelain. Highlights of the castle are the massive Norman Keep with the Dungeon and the cell where King Edward II was murdered in 1327, the Picture Gallery, the Dining Room, the medieval Buttery and Kitchens, the Historic Great Hall and the magnificent State Apartments. The castle is surrounded by sweeping lawns and terraced Elizabethan Gardens with many rare plants, with a lily pond and with Queen Elizabeth I's bowling green. Before or after a visit to the Castle there are the delights of the Butterfly Farm set in the walled garden adjacent to the car park.