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Cheltenham

Cheltenham

This beautiful regency town is located on the edge of the Cotswolds within Gloucestershire. Known for being a ‘spa town’, it has a long history of attracting visitors and tourists, due to the healing mineral springs. The elegant town has retained this charming regency era architecture and atmosphere, making the town very pleasant to explore.

Cheltenham is also nearby to the vibrant and multicultural city of Gloucester, full of culture and history, with a number of exciting visitor attractions, landmarks and areas of historic interest. The rolling hills of the Cotswolds are also on the town’s doorstep– and not only provide an area of outstanding natural beauty, but also a perfect setting for walking and cycling. If you’re looking for a great place for golf breaks, there are plenty of courses in and around Gloucester and Cheltenham, not least the Gloucester Golf Club, which is close at hand.

We love Cheltenham because...

  • Has healing mineral springs
  • Beautiful regency town
  • Outstanding natural beauty
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Hotels
Hotels in Cheltenham
Citrus Hotel Cheltenham
Wellington Street Cheltenham GL50 1XZ

This hotel’s city centre location, combined with its dazzling décor makes for a real gem in the town of Cheltenham.

2 nights from
£85.00pp
Citrus Hotel Cheltenham
Wellington Street Cheltenham GL50 1XZ

This hotel’s city centre location, combined with its dazzling décor makes for a real gem in the town of Cheltenham.

In and around Cheltenham

Gloucester Cathedral

The city is famous for its Cathedral and rightly so, as it is a magnificent and well-preserved example of gothic architecture. With origins beginning in the year 678 AD, and being rebuilt and renovated a number of times meaning that many styles of architecture are on show, from gothic to Victorian.

Jet Age Museum

An organisation dedicated to charting and preserving the history of the aviation history of Gloucester. Housing a unique collection of aircraft and artefacts from throughout the years. From the Gloster Gamecock biplane to a Hawker Hurricane replica, this museum displays many intriguing flying machines, while inspiring future generations to take to the skies.

Three Choirs Vineyard

Offering up wine and tasting tours, this English vineyard is at the cutting edge of British wine production. Learn from the passionate guides about the grapes and unique climate of this valley location. At the winery, learn more about the wine making process and sample some vintages.

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