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Clarence Court Hotel Star Rating 4        
Clarence Square

Set in a Regency townhouse overlooking a tree-lined square, this stylish hotel with a restaurant is a 10-minute walk from Everyman Theatre and 0.8 miles from Montpellier Gardens.The warmly decorated rooms feature en suite bathrooms, plus free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Cotswold Grange Hotel Star Rating 4        
Pittville Circus Road

Housed in a detached Victorian stone villa, this refined hotel is 0.8 miles from Everyman Theatre and 1.6 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse.
The George Hotel Cheltenham Star Rating 3        
St Georges Road

Housed in a whitewashed Georgian property, this stylish hotel with an on-site brasserie is a 4-minute walk from Cheltenham's Promenade and 2.2 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse.The unfussy, contemporary rooms and suites feature en suite bathrooms, plus free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The Cheltenham Townhouse Star Rating 4        
12-14 Pittville Lawn

Set in Cheltenham's Regency Pittville, this sophisticated townhouse B&B is an 11-minute walk from Everyman Theatre and 1.4 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse.The elegant, unassuming rooms feature private bathrooms and desks, plus free WiFi, TVs, DVD players, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Cheltenham Regency Hotel Star Rating 3        
Gloucester Road

Set in a restored Georgian-style townhouse, this modern hotel is 5 miles from both Cheltenham Racecourse and the 11th-century Gloucester Cathedral.Colorful, upscale rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, as well as room service. Suites add living areas.
Beaumont House Hotel Cheltenham Star Rating 5        
56 Shurdington Road

Housed in a detached 19th-century property, this eclectic boutique B&B is a mile to Cheltenham Promenade shops and 3.2 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse.The individually decorated rooms (including offbeat African- and Asian-themed suites) feature plush furnishings, Egyptian cotton sheets and en suite bathrooms (some with whirlpool baths), as well as free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
The Big Sleep Star Rating 3        
Wellington Street

This contemporary budget hotel in central Cheltenham is a 5-minute walk from the Promenade's shops and an 8-minute walk from Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum.The modern, minimalist rooms and suites feature en suite bathrooms, plus WiFi (surcharge), flat-screen TVs, electronic safes, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family studio rooms are available (sleeping up to 4 guests), which include kitchenettes.
Thistle Cheltenham Star Rating 4        
Gloucester Road

Set 2 minutes from the A40 road, this modern hotel is also 4 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse and 8 miles from Norman-era Tewkesbury Abbey.The warm rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; some have air-conditioning. Executive rooms are more contemporary, and add tea and coffeemaking equipment, while suites come with separate living and sleeping areas.
Badger Towers Star Rating 4        
133 Hales Road

Recently renovated, Badger Towers is an elegant bed and breakfast hotel offering traditional comfort and service. Quality accommodation and breakfasts of locally sourced ingredients cooked to order. Badger Towers is family managed, a home from home.
Hotel UK Star Rating 4        
38 Evesham Road

Housed in an elegant Regency villa overlooking Pittville Park, this traditional hotel is 1.2 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse and 1.6 miles from Cheltenham's Montpellier Gardens.
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Cheltenham is a spa town in the United Kingdom. It lies on the edge of the Cotswolds and the River Chelt flows through it. Its thermal waters and gardens make it the perfect place to relax. Its best architecture is Victorian and Neo-Classical, giving it the look of an elegant town with wide boulevards and avenues. Cheltenham is quite close to both Portsmouth and Brighton and is one of the prettiest towns in he UK. It is also full of good shops, pubs, restaurants and parks. Its 11th Century Cathedral is worth a look, as are some of its stately Georgian architecture, its Museum of Art, the Holst Birthplace Museum, the Everyman Theatre, the tasteful Montpellier District, Royal Park, the Pittville Pump Room, Sandford Parks Lido, Bonsai World of Cheltenham and several other attractions. There is a good range of hotels available, as well as numerous comfortable B & Bs. Cheltenham is home to one of Britain's most famous racecourses, which hosts some prestigious horse racing events. The place to go for good shopping is the High Street. The nightlife is good in Cheltenham, with some great pubs and nightclubs. You will have a lovely holiday in one of England's prettiest spots if you go to Cheltenham.