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Abbey Hotel
67 Church Street
Tewkesbury
Gloucestershire

GL20 5RX | View map
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The Abbey Hotel bed & breakfast is a commercial hotel offering economic tariffs to travellers and business and trades people coming to Tewkesbury to work. This Bed & Breakfast hotel has all the facilities of a hotel, but offers a bed & breakfast tariff. There are 10 letting bedrooms in the hotel and rooms can be let for bed & breakfast or room only. There is no cheaper accommodation in Tewkesbury.

The Abbey Hotel bed & breakfast has all en-suite bedrooms. This Tewkesbury b & b hotel is not over opulent but is warm comfortable offers a superb early morning breakfast & has adequate private parking for all guests.

Bar & restaurant facilities are essential for hotels. Although we at the Abbey Hotel Tewkesbury say we are a B & B we do have a private bar & full restaurant facilities and bar meals.

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Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Room:

Double: 55 - 70
Twin: 55 - 70
Single: 40 - 50
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