About Cheltenham

Cheltenham is a delightful town just east of the River Severn. It is easily reached via the M5 motorway and right at the centre of the Cotswolds. Its range of shops, boutiques, hotels and restaurants is impressive.

It was founded on its health giving spa which proved popular with royalty and the aristocatic ranks of society. Much of the towns famous Regency architecture was built for the wealthy population, especially that of retiring army officers from all over the empire.

The Promenade and Montpellier form the most upmarket part of Cheltenham, featuring The Queen's Hotel and Cavendish House. The High Street runs perpendicular to the Promenade and hosts many famous name brands such as Next, Marks and Spencers and Boots.

The famous Cheltenham racecourse, "Prestbury Park" is to the north side of the town, accessed via the delightful Pitville Park and its connecting gardens.

Cheltenham is centre for the Cotswolds region

There are many towns worth a visit whilst staying in Cheltenham. Only 8 easy miles up the road is Gloucester with its famous docks and cathedral, Broadway, Burford, Northleach and Stow on the Wold are all within 30 - 40 minutes.