Sudeley Castle & Gardens extends a very warm welcome to anyone hoping to make a group booking with us.
We offer a number of perks for large parties including: preferential rates; free places for tour guides and drivers; meal vouchers for drivers; dedicated free coach parking; as well as free familiarisation visits for group leaders.
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Group bookings to Sudeley benefit from reduced general admission tickets, and we are happy to tailor your group to meet your individual needs or specialised interests, to get the most out of your group visit to the Cotswolds.
Included in Trip Advisor’s top 20 ‘Things to do in the Cotswolds’, a range of specialist talks and tours are available during your visit, as well as access to the family’s rooms, extensive exhibitions, 10 award-winning gardens, and Europe’s largest rare-breeds pheasantry.
What’s more, because we know how important a delicious meal is to your group, we offer a range of catering options.
As the only private castle in England with a queen buried in its grounds – Katherine Parr, the last of Henry VIII’s six wives – we are a popular group travel destination, situated in an ideal location for coach parties planning a Gloucestershire day out. The town of Winchcombe is just one mile away, and we are eight miles north east of Cheltenham on the B4632 (A46) or just 10 miles from junction 9 of the M5.
What our groups say:
- “People like to feel they are ‘special’ and our group felt it ‘in spades!”
“Sudeley continues to impress – so much to see -a beautiful place even in the rain!”
- “May I say that we had a superb visit to the castle. It offered everything that we needed and more”
- “Everything went according to plan including the weather and I heard nothing but praise for the whole day”
- “The final triumph was the tea with ‘best scones ever’ everyone declared!”