The Little Thatch Hotel is 3 miles from Gloucester and junction 12 of the M5. The Little Thatch has a restaurant, free parking and en suite rooms with TVs. Originally built in 1351, it notes King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn as former guests. The Little Thatch retains many original features including fantastic wooden beams. The King Henry VIlI Bar has a bar menu and a good selection of local ales. The Anne Boleyn Restaurant serves traditional home-cooked food and full English breakfasts. Free Wi-Fi is available in the public areas and most bedrooms. Gloucester city centre has a good selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. The Rodway Hill and Jarvis golf courses are both within a 5-minute drive and Gloucester Airport is 15 minutes away. We do have free car parking available for anything smaller than a transit van. If your vehicle is larger you will have to arrange alternative parking.
Asked for a vegetarian breakfast which was very well provided for. Very pleasant staff.
Rooms rather tired, blackout blind or curtains in the bedroom would help. Two bedside lights instead of one and an overbed light.
Be prepared to pay for room immediately on arrival. Heating is only put on from 4.00pm to 11 pm. Bedding- only one pillow each and covers extremely worn. Bathroom could have done with a good clean. Watch our for an extremely surly landlord.
The hotel and room were beautifully warm on a very cold night. Welcoming atmosphere and food was genuinely home-cooked and very reasonably priced. Full English breakfast incl at weekend. Plenty of parking.
Shower could do with updating!
We were looked after very well and the breakfast was good
Bathrom was a little shabby. e.g the soap holder was rusty and the bath room wasn't very warm. The blind was broken. Our bedroom had obscured windows and there was no views whatsover. The bed was very hard
For a very old building I was pleasantly surprised by the modern look to the reasonably sized single bedrooms.
Breakfast was ok except fresh tomatoes would have been much preferable than the tinned variety
The bar was very welcoming and olde worlde