Explore Gloucester's history
Kingsholm Stadium is located in the city of Gloucester and home to the local rugby union team. The city itself is filled with history, founded in the first century by the Romans. Gloucester cathedral was founded in 678, and has been a historic backdrop to blockbuster films and TV shows, including Doctor Who and Harry Potter. St Mary de Lode, with its Norman tower and chancel, is said to be one of the earliest Christian churches in Britain. A stroll around the city's compact centre reveals a wealth of charming timbered medieval and Tudor buildings, many well preserved.
Retail therapy in Gloucester
Gloucester may be a historic city, but is also the premier shopping destination in the county of Gloucestershire. Gloucester Quays Outlet houses both high street and stylish designer stores at discount prices. The city is also dotted with markets. Eastgate Market is best for fresh fish and locally produced cheeses, whilst Gloucester Car Boot and Flea Market, just south of the centre is a magnet for bargain hunters and second-hand hagglers.
Walk the Cotswolds
Kingsholm stadium is only 20 minutes from the stunning Cotswolds Area of Outstanding National Beauty. Known as a magnet for celebrities, it's easy to see why, with its gorgeous rolling hills and picture-postcard English villages built in the iconic Cotswold stone.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Kingsholm Stadium? Travelodge Gloucester Hotel is best for the city, whilst Travelodge Stonehouse Hotel is perfect for exploring the Cotswolds.