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White Hart Inn
"The pub area and restaurant with open fires make this a wonderful experience, the rooms are spacious and the beds really comfortable with beautiful crisp white sheets. A little dated ..." More

Stone House Dental Practice
"Probably the best dentist ever.... they consult with you about what you want, explain things clearly and are friendly and pleasant.

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Winchcombe Railway Museum & Garden
"It really does not justify the title of museum. It is a personal collection of railway bits and pieces in a back garden. Nothing actually works (not necessarily ..." More

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Winchcombe, once the capital of ancient Mercia, is a perfect base for exploring the beautiful Cotswolds. When youíve admired its handsome and timeless honey coloured stone buildings, visit the famous Sudeley Castle with its 1,000 years of Royal history, the Folk & Police Museum, the secret Railway Museum with its Victorian garden and Winchcombe Pottery where hand thrown stoneware is still produced.

Surrounding Winchcombe you will find wonderful historic homes, gardens and a taste of past religious life. Discover the romantic ruins of a Cistercian Abbey at Hailes, see a traditional Jacobean Cotswold manor house at Stanway, a collectors paradise and traditional cottage garden at Snowshill Manor and the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway where you can relive the days of steam. Population 5,000


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Wesley House (0.03 miles)

Wesley House
Five individually decorated rooms provide memorable accommodation for a short Cotswolds break. Our five cosy bedrooms are all en-suite and individually furnished to a high standard. The double rooms are named after the fields surrounding Sudeley ... More | visit website
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Middle Stanley (2.20 miles)

Middle Stanley

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Middle Stanley is set in a stunning location to relax and enjoy the Cotswolds. Set in 90 acres of woodland and pastureland with magnificent views, Middle Stanley provides a perfect ... More

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Malvern View Hotel (2.69 miles)

Malvern View Hotel

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Our Boutique Restaurant with rooms sits close to the top of Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire which is the highest point in the Cotswolds. It is also ideally located to explore further ... More

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Rising Sun (2.84 miles)

Rising Sun

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The Rising Sun is a delightful country hotel, restaurant and public house, close to the top of Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswolds (near Cheltenham). Cleeve Hill has superb views ... More

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Homelands Bed and Breakfast (3.38 miles)

Homelands Bed and Breakfast
The concept of Homelands is: Comfortable and well-appointed en-suite bedrooms with luxurious accessories. Up-to-date technology such as free Wi-Fi access and flat-screen HD multi-channel FreeSat TV. Breakfast that is top-of-the range in choice, quality, ... More | visit website
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Tally Ho Bed and Breakfast (3.51 miles)

Tally Ho Bed and Breakfast
A warm welcome awaits you at the Tally Ho Bed & Breakfast; a delightful establishment set right in the heart of the picturesque village of Awarded 4 Stars by the English Tourism Council and the ... More | visit website
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Tally Ho Bed and Breakfast (3.51 miles)

Tally Ho Bed and Breakfast

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A warm welcome awaits you at the family run Tally Ho Bed & Breakfast, a delightful establishment set right in the heart of the ... More

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Plough Inn (3.90 miles)

Plough Inn

Home of the Grand National Winner 'Don't push it' 2010 Voted 'Racing pub of the year' 2008

Sitting in the hamlet of Ford, this popular 16th Century Inn, renowned for its excellent menu and fine Donnington ... More | visit website

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Deep Street (4.42 miles)

Deep Street

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These houses and barn conversions are located in the heart of Prestbury village which is a 5-10 minute drive from the centre of Cheltenham. We have a 4 bedroom house, ... More

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Dumbleton Hall Hotel (4.51 miles)

Dumbleton Hall Hotel

Dumbleton Hall Hotel was built in the mid-1800's of Cotswold stone and brick as a private residence. This impressive mansion, set in 19 acres of terraced gardens and woodlands, is an ideal base from which ... More | visit website

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