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The Beckford Inn
Beckford
Tewkesbury
Gloucestershire

GL20 7AN | View map
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The Beckford Inn & Restaurant sits on the northern edge of the beautiful Cotswolds, a stunning 18thC Coaching Inn set in open countryside just off the A46. Discover a beautiful new restaurant with great Chefs using only the finest, freshest local produce. Relax in our lovely gardens on a sunny day or enjoy our old pub bar with a roaring fire, fine wines and real ales - the same superb cuisine is served throughout, as well as some true British pub classics. Stay longer in our hotel rooms, with lush new furnishings & luxurious bathrooms. The Beckford Inn is a great Party venue or a beautiful Cotswold setting for a wonderful country Wedding & Civil Ceremony. The Beckford is also an ideal Business Conference Centre for meetings, functions and more with free WiFi and lots of facilities. Set in an idyllic Cotswold location there isn't another restaurant or hotel which is so convenient to so many places - a few minutes from the M5, 20minutes to Cheltenham and the Race Course, or ½ hour to Stratford upon Avon & about 45 minutes to the Malvern Hills. And of course many of the beautiful villages and market towns of the Cotswolds are on your doorstep. The Beckford Inn & Restaurant is waiting to offer you the warmest welcome in the Cotswolds.

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