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Clarence Court Hotel
Clarence Sq
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

GL50 4JR | View map

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Located in the centre of Cheltenham, this beautiful town house is perfectly positioned for shopping and exploring, and is privately owned by professional hoteliers offering a friendly and personalised service.
This elegant Regency building, once owned by the Duke of Wellington, overlooks a quiet, residential, tree-lined square and is only a few minutes’ walk from the centre of town and Pittville Park with the Pump Room. It is also only a 20 minute walk from the Racecourse and Centaur Conference Centre.
The town offers a wealth of activities all year round, and this hotel is within walking distance of many of them. Beautiful villages, stately homes and gardens are within a short drive.

New for 2008 the hotel now offers unlimited free Wi-Fi broadband access in all bedrooms and public areas. Please note this a non-smoking hotel.

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