Hatherley Manor Hotel is situated perfectly between Cheltenham and Gloucester on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Gloucestershire is a beautiful county; within its rolling countryside, it is home to many historical landmarks, Cheltenhams world famous racecourse and a few members if the Royal family!
From the Cotswold villages to the Historical Docks, there are hundreds of places to see and endless things to do.
As the birthplace of Button Gwinnett, renowned in America as the second of the signatories on the United States Declaration of Independence as a representative of Georigia, Hatherley Manor's tiny village of Down Hatherley is steeped in history itself. Button was also briefly the provisional president of Georgia in 1777. Gwinnett Country (now a major suburb of Atlanta) was named after him.
Hatherley Manor Hotel itself, originally built as the 17th century Hatherley Manor, was allegedly built for the illigitimate son of Oliver Cromwell.