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Tewkesbury Park Hotel Star Rating 4        
1 Lincoln Green Lane

Set on 176 acres of parkland, this sprawling golf resort hotel is an 11-minute walk from Tewkesbury Abbey and 10 miles from Gloucester.The modern rooms feature en suite bathrooms, plus free WiFi, flat-screen TVs,and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Family rooms are available, and there's 24-hour room service.
Tudor House Hotel Star Rating 2        
High Street

Housed in a Tudor property on Tewkesbury's high street, this period-inspired hotel is a 5-minute walk from Tewkesbury Museum and an 8-minute walk from Tewkesbury Abbey.The traditionally decorated rooms (some with views of the River Avon) offer en suite bathrooms, plus free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some feature original beams and 4-poster beds.
Jessop House - Bed & Breakfast Star Rating 4        
65 Church Street

Set in an 18th-century redbrick townhouse, this refined B&B is across the street from The John Moore Countryside Museum and a 1-minute walk from Tewkesbury Abbey.The period-inspired rooms are individually decorated, and have contemporary en suite bathrooms, free WiFi, iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. A family room is available, sleeping up to 4 guests.
Bell Hotel Tewkesbury Star Rating 4        
52 Church Street

Dating to 1696, this quaint, half-timber hotel is across the street from Tewkesbury Abbey, and 8.4 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse.Simple, contemporary rooms come with free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Travelodge Tewkesbury Hotel Star Rating 3        
Off Shannon Way Ashchurch

This straightforward budget hotel is 1.7 miles from Tewkesbury Abbey and 8.6 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse.
Premier Inn Central Tewkesbury Star Rating 3        
Shannon Way, Ashchurch

Off junction 9 of the M5 motorway, this modern no-frills hotel is 1.4 miles from Tewkesbury town centre, 14 miles from Broadway village in the Cotswolds and 14.8 miles from Malvern's Three Counties showground.
Abbey Hotel Tewkesbury Star Rating 2        
67 Church Street

We are a family run discount hotel located in the heart of Tewkesbury. Our rooms and facilities are comfortable and adequate but not luxurious. We have however an excellent location, good free parking, all our rooms are en-suite, free wifi in the rooms, we serve an early riser full english breakfast and we are family operated.
Nursery Court B&B Tewkesbury Star Rating 4        
Mythe Road

Nursery court is a large family run bed and breakfast situated on the A38, In the charming town of Tewkesbury, With three double en-suite rooms of a very high standerd!I n Tewkesbury you will find many listed buildings and a beautiful Norman Abbey, Not to mention the rivers Severn and Avon!. The riverside town of Upton-Upon-Severn is a 10 minute drive north of Tewkesbury, and then onto Worcester with its Cathedral, Racecourse, Museums and shopping, not to mention the cricket!. From Nursery Court you get a stunning view of the Malvern Hills, with the Three Counties Showground nestling at its feet.
Stanley Villas Star Rating 3        
4 Rope Walk

This 3-star bed and breakfast in Tewkesbury is centrally located. The Stanley Villas has free parking and luggage storage. The bed and breakfast's garden offers peace and quiet to sit down and relax.
The Royal Hop Pole Star Rating 3        
94 Church Street

Housed in buildings from the 15th and 18th centuries on a property bordering the River Avon, this down-to-earth hotel is a 3-minute walk from Tewkesbury Abbey.Unfussy rooms come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some rooms have sitting areas.
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Tewkesbury is a town in England, located in the county of Gloucestershire on the confluence of the Severn and Avon rivers. This lovely spot stands out for its medieval history and appearance, its wooden buildings and the many little alleyways that criss-cross the main streets. There are a number of historic bridges crossing the rivers here, and these only add to the natural and architectural attractions of the town. For this reason, many of Tewkesbury's sites have been declared historical monuments. Perhaps the greatest monument is the abbey, built in the 11th century as a Benedictine monastery. It is well worth seeing for the tower alone, which is 45 meters high. Tewkesbury and its abbey also have a great number of medieval tombs. One of the town's main attractions is the festival commemorating the Battle of Tewkesbury, which involves a recreation of the battle with all the details of the period: clothing, horses, arms and armour. Feel part of the adventure by coming to Tewkesbury!