The Judges Lodgings Boutique Hotel Gloucester located at The Judges Lodgings, 29 Spa Rd, Gloucester GL1 1AE, UK

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David Dixon

5 Google Rating

Excellent accommodation, very spacious and well designed interior. Loved the artwork and books aroun

5/ 5

Excellent accommodation, very spacious and well designed interior. Loved the artwork and books around the place. Had everything we needed and more. Will definitely be back to stay again. Very good value for money. Best place we have stayed yet.

karen langdon

5 Google Rating

We stayed in apt5 and had a lovely time. The apartment is well furnished and comfortable. We appreci

5/ 5

We stayed in apt5 and had a lovely time. The apartment is well furnished and comfortable. We appreciated the location being close to the Quays and also town centre. There is a secure car park for the apartments which made the stay very easy. Would highly recommend.

Sonia Khan

5 Google Rating

Booked this for a couple of colleagues and they loved the convenient location and the free parking.

5/ 5

Booked this for a couple of colleagues and they loved the convenient location and the free parking. The apartment itself was clean, tidy & well equipped. All the instructions were clear and helpful and the host responded swiftly to any questions. Would definitely recommend!

Zoe Curran

5 Google Rating

I stayed here the night before my wedding with my bridesmaids. It is exactly as it appears in the ph

5/ 5

I stayed here the night before my wedding with my bridesmaids. It is exactly as it appears in the photos, high ceilings, light and airy with lovely quirky decor, which made for excellent photos morning of. Will definitely be returning. Fully equipped kitchen and secure parking.

Chris Carter

5 Google Rating

Very spacious and comfortable, with excellent amenities for our overnight stay as a family of 5. Com

5/ 5

Very spacious and comfortable, with excellent amenities for our overnight stay as a family of 5. Communication was clear and comprehensive, and everything was just easy, relaxing and enjoyable! I couldn't recommend this highly enough, we will definitely be booking another stay! Thanks again.

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