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The benefits of this elegant English spa town's waters were discovered in the early 19C, during the Regency period. Cheltenham then became a very fashionable resort. It remains proud of its Classical architecture, squares, terraces and crescents, laid out among trees and gardens. The surrounding forests offer varied landscapes. The town is lively during its numerous festivals and has a very rich cultural life.
Tourist attractions Cheltenham : Things to see and do
GB - Cheltenham
Since ancient times, this region to the northwest of the Upper Thames Valley has been favoured by settlers for its climate and pastoral landscapes. Nowadays, the Cotswolds symbolise the essence of rural England, with airy open uplands, sheltered in p..
High Street GB - Cheltenham
Little remains of pre-spa Cheltenham except for the secluded Church of St Mary and the line of the much rebuilt High Street. At right angles to this old thoroughfare is the Promenade, the city's main street, dominated by the majestic Queen's Hotel (1..
B4632 GB - Winchcombe GL54 5JD
Sudeley Castle stands on the spectacular slopes of the Cotswolds. Once a medieval fortress, then the home of Catherine Parr, widow of Henry VIII, the castle was besieged and destroyed during the Civil War. During the 19C, the building was restored; s..
81 Promenade GB - Cheltenham GL50 1PJ
Situated in the heart of Cheltenham, 81 The Prom Hotel offers free parking, and free Wi-Fi. The world famous Cheltenham Racecourse is 1 and half mile from the hotel. Set in a grade 2 listed building, the property retains some original features. Each..
Dunalley Street GB - Cheltenham GL50 4AP
With modern, en suite rooms and a bar, lounge and courtyard, this town-centre hotel is opposite The Brewery Leisure Complex and 1 mile from Cheltenham Racecourse. Express Cheltenham Town Centre is also 1.8 miles from Cheltenham Spa Train Station. G..
131 The Promenade GB - Cheltenham GL50 1NW
Prix Prices from : 150 £
Offering a restaurant, a bar and a games room, No131 The Promenade is located in Cheltenham, 6 minutes' walk from the Montpellier Gardens. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a minibar, tea and c..
5 North St GB - Winchcombe GL54 5LH
Long-standing neighbourhood restaurant that's very personally run by a husband and wife team. Characterful low-beamed ceilings and burgundy walls create an intimate feel. Menus change with the seasons and feature British ingredients in largely classi..
GB - Upper Slaughter GL54 2JD
Plush, formal dining room in a beautiful country house in a tranquil Cotswold village; enjoy an aperitif in the luxurious sitting rooms. Accomplished, understated dishes use well-judged, classical combinations and are executed using modern techniques..
24-28 Suffolk Rd GB - Cheltenham GL50 2AQ
The chef has cooked here passionately and proudly for over 25 years, creating dishes with classic French roots and a personal touch. Visually impressive and boldly flavoured, they often feature foraged ingredients such as dandelion or burdock. Tastin..
24 Rodney Rd GB - Cheltenham GL50 1JJ
A homely city centre café during the day, serving homemade cakes and light snacks; by night, it becomes a restaurant, offering fresh, authentic, classic Swedish dishes. Smorgasbord on the first Saturday of every month.
5 Royal Well Pl GB - Cheltenham GL50 3DN
Rustic, all-day eatery with a strong American theme, split over two floors and featuring large tables and bench seating suited to sharing. Stools set around the open kitchen make up the chef's table. Accessible menu offers the likes of sliders, chill..
16 Rodney Rd GB - Cheltenham GL50 1JJ
A simple neighbourhood restaurant with a minimalistic feel. Fresh fish and seafood from Scotland and Cornwall are combined with good quality, locally sourced ingredients to produce interesting, modern dishes. Relaxed, efficient service.
30 Cambray Pl GB - Cheltenham GL50 1JP
Lovingly refurbished, rustic bistro hidden in the cellars of a terraced Regency house. French oak counter and handmade Parisian-scene ceiling paper in the bar. Cosy, flag-floored dining rooms lead to a heated terrace. Classic bistro menu.