Set in the beautiful Cotswolds village of Blockley, the Crown Hotel is an enchanting historic building that captures the essence of the surrounding countryside. We pride ourselves on our warm welcomeand excellent service. The hotel has 28 beautifully furnished en suite bedrooms. We also have several suites to offer including our 'four-poster' suite with four-poster bed and private lounge area. Superb cuisine is available from our award-winning restaurant.
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, Stow Lodge Hotel is centrally located in the historic hill top town of Stow-on-the-Wold, overlooking the market square, with its many unique, interesting, shopsand galleries, including the well known Scotts of Stow. One of the hotels major features is its picturesque gardens that during the spring and summer months are full of vibrant colours and wonderful fragrances, where guests can relax, and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
Ellenborough Park, an ancient house on the original Cheltenham racecourse estate has been restored as a 5 star luxury Cotswolds hotel. Providing the very best in accommodation with service, it is theperfect location for luxury country retreats, romantic breaks, weddings, conferences and celebrations, all set within an authentic period property.
If you are looking for 'Prissy Modernity' please don't come! If you want clean comfortable accommodation with all mod cons, able to come and go as you please, take breakfast at a time to suityourself, early or late, serving yourself Continental style with an extensive choice of fresh fruit, cereals and cold meats and to make your own toast just as you like it, then do come and you will be amazed at the value offered!
Clarence Court hotel offers the perfect location for both business and leisure travellers. Quietly situated on one of Cheltenham's premier Regency squares, Clarence Square is a leafy, quiet, sanctuaryperfectly placed to explore all that Cheltenham has to offer. Take advantage of the hotels enviable location and leave the car behind as we are just a few minutes walk from the centre of Cheltenham with its fine selection of shops, restaurants.
The Queens Hotel Cheltenham is an extraordinarily impressive building, and is situated at the very heart of the renowned town of Cheltenham. The hotel is received very positively by its guests, withdescriptions such as "one of the noblest buildings in Europe". However, it is not just the exterior which is of magnificent appearance; the interior is just as extravagant, and this exceptional hotel will provide the idyllic base from which to relish a tranquil, comforting break.
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The Tewkesbury Park Hotel is situated on the site of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury, with panoramic views of Tewkesbury Abbey, Malvern Hills and Gloucestershire countryside. Set amongst 163 acres ofparkland, facilities include an 18 hole par 73 parkland golf course, academy course and practice range, putting green and pro shop. The Leisure Club features a sauna, steam room, indoor swimming pool, gym, squash and tennis courts.
Located on the outskirts of the Regency town of Cheltenham, The Greenway is a 16th century luxury Elizabethan manor house hotel and spa. The 21 bedroom hotel, with its warm Cotswold stone exterior isthe picture of English country charm and lies in eight acres of stunning grounds with views over the rolling Cotswold Hills. The grandfather clock ticks as you enter through stone archways into a beautiful entrance hall with wooden floors, an open fire and a décor of soft golds and honeys.
Barnsley House is your very own (fully staffed) country house set in extensive landscaped gardens - but with a dedicated spa, private cinema and 18 large and luxurious bedrooms to choose from. ThePotager restaurant looks out to the gardens and is quite lovely. Sprigs of rosemary and linen napkins dress the tables with menus inspired from the Barnsley garden seasonal crops and local produce.