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Open for breakfast, morning coffee and cakes, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner; find out more about dining at The Wharf House - with full menus available to download.
Following on from the amazing success of 2015's event, don't miss the very latest on the 2016 festival - when visitors can expect a whole host of fun on and alongside the water.
Keep up-to-date with the latest news from The Wharf House and Herefordshire & Gloucestershire Canal Trust, and don't miss our upcoming events too!
Searching for the perfect Gloucestershire wedding venue? With views across the restored Over Basin and River Severn, The Wharf House could be just what you're looking for.
Autumn 2010 saw The Wharf House get fitted with 94 photovoltaic panels, as part of our ongoing aim to become self-sustainable - making for one of the largest solar power panel arrays in Gloucestershire.
Taking in 34 miles of canals and locks, H&G Canal proves a number of picturesque walking and cycling routes along what is a historically important local attraction - with The Wharf House providing the perfect starting point, as the very setting of the restored Over Canal Basin and a dedicated visitor centre.
1.4 miles, 5 minutes' drive
Gloucester Docks is a historically important inland port, today boasting a mixture of shops, museums and restaurants making it a popular attraction for visitors to Gloucester - while Gloucester Waterways Museum tells the fascinating story of Britain's canals and rivers, making for a great day out.
1.4 miles, 6 minutes' drive
Situated in Gloucester city centre and famously used as a film location for several of the Harry Potter movies, Gloucester Cathedral attracts visitors from around the world. Look out for the tomb of King Edward II and the Whispering Gallery.
1.4 miles, 6 minutes' drive
The House of the Tailor of Gloucester is a charming museum and quaint shop located near Gloucester Cathedral, which inspired Beatrix Potter to write what she described as her 'favourite book'. It makes for a lovely visit for fans of all ages.
1.9 miles, 6 minutes' drive
Gloucester Quays is an outlet shopping centre adjacent to Gloucester Docks, offering a mix of high street and designer labels at up to 60% off recommended retail prices. Stores include M&S Outlet, Le Creuset, Osprey London, Gap Outlet and many more.
4.5 miles, 11 minutes' drive
Nature in Art is dubbed the world's first museum and art gallery dedicated to fine, decorative and applied art inspired by nature - housed in a fine Georgian mansion dating from the mid-1700s. Lookout for its special visiting exhibitions throughout the year.
9.5 miles, 18 minutes' drive
Three Choirs Vineyard is 'England's leading and most awarded' single estate vineyard, and now a popular local attraction offering a unique experience for both wine enthusiasts and those looking to do something a little different.
14 miles, 25 minutes' drive
The Dean Heritage Centre is a registered charity and community-founded venture dedicated to protecting, preserving and promoting the unique history and heritage of the beautiful Forest of Dean. There is a wide range of things to do and see for all ages.
14.4 miles, 30 minutes' drive
Slimbridge Wetland Centre is not only home to the world's largest collection of swans, geese and ducks, but it is also the only place in the UK where you can see all six species of flamingo. Its' 325 hectares of protected wetlands even play home to water voles, waders, hares and dragonflies.
16.8 miles, 34 minutes' drive
Steeped in history, with royal connections spanning a thousand years, Sudeley Castle and Gardens in Winchcombe is one of Gloucestershire's most popular attractions. The 14 acres of gardens are worth the visit alone, while special events such as Rose Week shouldn't be missed.
18.7 miles, 28 minutes' drive
Dean Forest Railway is a popular, family-friendly heritage railway situated in the heart of the Forest of Dean, giving visitors of all ages the chance to experience the atmosphere of a country railway. Its Day Out With Thomas events are a real local highlight.
22.7 miles, 46 minutes' drive
Westonbirt Arboretum is is one of the most spectacular tree gardens in the world, home to more than 3,000 varieties of trees and shrubs. It is managed by the Forestry Commission and supported by the Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum.
The Wharf House is a proud sponsor of SoGlos - the guide to enjoying life in Gloucestershire. Browse the great event listings via its Gloucestershire events calendar.
See highlights from the popular annual event held at The Wharf House, Over Basin and new Vineyard Hill stretch of canal. Once playing, choose '1080p' in the playback settings for full HD quality, and don't miss the full screen option too.
Take a virtual tour of The Wharf House restaurant, rooms and surrounding area in this video showcase.
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