Cheltenham

Cheltenham is one of horse racing’s greatest venues, the site of two renowned public schools, a spa town with heritage to boot, and a fine and comfortable mixture of architectural styles – the Regency the most admirable - that breathes gentility... Read More

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Cheltenham Events

March
Cheltenham Poetry Festival
National Hunt Festival
April
Cheltenham Poetry Festival
Sue Ryder Easter Eggstravaganza
May
Cheltenham Carnival
Cheltenham International Jazz Festival
Cotswold Festival of Steam
Sue Ryder Midnight Walk
June
Cheltenham Food and Drink Festival
Hullabaloo Festival
ROSE WEEK
Steam & Real Ale Weekend
Wychwood Festival
July
Cheltenham Book Fair
Cheltenham Music Festival
Clematis Weekend
Crafts at the Castle
Dig It, Cook It, Eat It!
August
Go Crazy at the Castle
September
Battle!
Sue Ryder Annual Autumn Fayre
October
Cheltenham Literature Festival
Creepy Crawly Roadshow!
STARLIGHT HIKE: A NIGHT TO REMEMBER
Steam & Vintage Rally
Sue Ryder Starlight Hike
November
Cheltenham Christmas Market
December
Santa Fun Run
Santa Specials
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Hotels in Cheltenham - 64 places to stay

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Charlton Kings Hotel

Charlton Kings Hotel
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Willoughby House Hotel

Willoughby House Hotel

The Willoughby House Hotel is an 18th Century Grade 2 star-listed Regency building, enjoy its architecture and interior details. This family-owned hotel in central Cheltenham offers a home-from-home welcome and a relaxed yet professional atmosphere ... More | visit website

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Cleeve Hill Hotel

Cleeve Hill Hotel

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This is an elegant, friendly AA 5-star rated boutique B&B. Guests are assured of a fantastic setting, beautiful views and a warm welcome with complimentary tea and cake on arrival.

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Elmbury Cottage

Elmbury Cottage
Old Cotswold Stone Pig Barn converted to a beautiful holiday cottage. The barn consists of a 30-foot kitchen/dining/sitting room with open pine beams, which give a feeling of space and light. There are four bedrooms ... More | visit website
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The Montpellier Chapter

The Montpellier Chapter
Located in the chic Montpellier district of Cheltenham. An elegant grade II listed villa with a modern crescent and courtyard, resulting in a stunning mix of new and old. Over four floors the 61 bedrooms are ... More | visit website
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Cheltenham Park Hotel

Cheltenham Park Hotel

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The Cheltenham Park Hotel is in the heart of the Cotswolds. Just two miles from the centre of Cheltenham, the hotel is the proud owner of the 1999 Silver Award ... More

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Malvern View Hotel

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

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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Wyastone Hotel

Wyastone Hotel

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The privately owned Wyastone Hotel, dating back to 1847, is located in a quiet tree lined avenue in elegant Montpellier, less than 5 minutes walk from the best shops and ... More

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Alias Hotel Kandinsky

Alias Hotel Kandinsky

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Nestled in the heart of regency Cheltenham, minutes away from the wonderful Cotswold hills. The Alias Hotel Kandinsky offers a warm welcome to all. Eclectic art and furniture surround the ... More

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