THORNBURY CASTLE REOPENS ITS DOORS AFTER MULTI-MILLION POUND REFURBISHMENT
Thornbury Castle, built in 1511 during the reign of Henry VIII, was one of the grandest buildings of its time in England. It has been the home of kings, queens and dukes over the centuries before becoming a luxury hotel in 1966 and it is about to re-open its doors once again to guests following its multi-million pound refurbishment.
Located near Bristol and adjacent to the Gloucestershire countryside, Thornbury Castle is the only Tudor castle in the UK which operates as a hotel and restaurant.
Spring 2021 sees a new chapter in the Castle’s rich history with its grand re-opening as a result of a multi-million pound investment by its new owners.