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Cheltenham


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 About Cheltenham There is a tourist information centre here. There is a public telephone here. There is a pub here. There is a outdoor shop here. There is a grocery shop here. There is a restaurant here. There is a sandwich shop here. There is a bank here. There is a public lavatory here. There is a cashpoint here. There is a pharmacy here. There is a post office here. There is a cafe here. There is a bus stop here. There is a railway station here. There is a bank here. 
 
With justification, Cheltenham claims to be Britain`s most complete Regency town, and all the architecture of modern development has to be sympathetic with this image. In 1716 a mineral spring was discovered in a village along the Cotswold edge. Within a century Cheltenham had developed into one of the great spa towns of Europe. The town`s wide streets and tree-lined avenues were built at the beginning of the 19th century; distinctive streets include Landsdowne Crescent, with its convex curve, and Royal Crescent, whose curve is concave. The Promenade has Greek terraces on one side, smart shops on the other, and at the top end a statue of Neptune, commanding a fine fountain. The Rotunda, looking like the Pantheon in Rome, was the Montpellier Spa. The composer Gustav Holst was born at Number 4, Clarence Road, in 1874; his Regency house is now a museum. It illustrates furniture of the Regency, Victorian and Edwardian periods, with a working kitchen and scullery. Items belonging to Holst`s family are on display, including his piano and some of his music. The Pump Room overlooks the park and the lake. You can have a sip of the spa water if you like; they say it`s good for all manner of ailments that might beset a long distance walker: constipation, rheumatism, gout. A museum displays the outfits worn by fashion-conscious Cheltenham ladies and gents in the 18th century. It`s a fine modern town, too; the High Street is pedestrianised and has the full range of national stores and fashionable shops. There are three annual Cheltenham festivals: music in July, literature in August, and the national hunt

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 Places to stay in Cheltenham

Colgate Farm
Ham Road, Cheltenham Glos. GL54 4EZ
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 Property type: Farmhouse B & B
 Accreditations: Not Classified


Colgate Farm provides accommodation ideally suitable for walkers on the Cotswold Way, but you can also stay with us as a great base for visiting Cheltenham. An isolated farm in beautiful surroundings where a seating area outside is available for you to eat, drink and enjoy the view. There is absolutely no noise from traffic as we are situated down a long private drive. Please phone in advance re meals and dietary requirements.

Distance from path: on route   OS reference: SO 990206

 
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Room TypePer room
1 single ensuite room£70.00
1 double ensuite room£100.00
1 twin ensuite room£100.00
10 camping pitches-

  
 
dogs accepted here vegetarians catered for packed lunches available evening meal available drying facilities available 
 
Last updated: 1/6/2017


 
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Old Stable Cottage
Ham Hill Farm South, Cheltenham  GL54 4EZ
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 Property type: B & B


Recently converted old stone stables on the Cotswold Way path. Features include peaceful garden with own well and stunning elevated view across Cheltenham and beyond to the Malvern Hills and Black Mountains. Situated only 3 miles from Cheltenham town centre in a quiet area of natural outstanding beauty and just a short walk from the popular Cotswold Way. Please phone the day before for directions etc.

Distance from path: 3 miles from Cheltenham

Room TypePer room
1 single ensuite room£55.00
1 double ensuite room£90.00
1 twin ensuite room£90.00


 
dogs accepted here vegetarians catered for packed lunches available drying facilities available 
 
Last updated: 5/8/2015

 
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Homelands B & B
Butts Lane, Woodmancote, Cheltenham Glos GL52 9QH
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 Property type: B & B
 Accreditations: Not Classified


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, provenance and responsibility to the environment and to our local suppliers. A home/business with “green” credentials such as reducing energy use and food miles, and using environmentally friendly producCollection/delivery to Cleeve Golf Club by arrangement. Minimum of two night bookings.

Distance from path: 1.5 miles   OS reference: 51.949 663

Room TypePer room
1 single ensuite room£55.00
2 double ensuite rooms£99.00

  
 
vegetarians catered for packed lunches available drying facilities available 
 
Last updated: 1/6/2017

 
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Glenfall Farm
Ham Road, , Cheltenham Gloucestershire GL52 6NH
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 Property type: B & B
 Accreditations: Visit England 4* Silver Award


A stunning, non-working Victorian farmhouse situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty with large, accessible gardens. Positioned in a semi-rural location, the family run B&B is conveniently situated for both the town centre and exploring the Cotswolds. The Cotswold Way crosses Ham Road approx 1 kilometre above us, it crosses the road near a farm called Colgate Farm, here they should turn right (if walking South) and follow the road down we are the first house on the right near the foot of the hill. It has a blend of traditional furnishings and modern décor. We have large, well kept gardens, which our guests are welcome to enjoy and relax in good weather. There are tables and chairs provided. Our guests are also welcome to relax in our elegant drawing room, which is furnished with antiques. On arrival we offer a complimentary pot of tea or coffee with biscuits.

Distance from path: 0.5 mile   OS reference: SO 97827 21418

Room TypePer room
2 double ensuite rooms£88.00
2 twin ensuite rooms£88.00

  
 
vegetarians catered for packed lunches available drying facilities available 
 
Last updated: 5/11/2016

 
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pets accepted herePets accepted   packed lunches availablePacked lunches available
evening meal availableEvening meals available   this is a no smoking propertyNo smoking property