Cheltenham has attracted generations of discerning visitors. Since the 18th century it has offered exclusive accommodation, fine dining and diverse entertainment. It still does.
Elegant Regency spa town and capital of the Cotswolds.
Things to do
Stroll the grand and leafy Promenade with its lofty facades and prestigious shops to get a real sense of what Cheltenham is about. Regency town houses and quiet squares abound. From the comfort of your luxury spa hotel, you can wander award-winning gardens or visit Pitville Pump Room – the jewel in Cheltenham’s Regency crown.
As the cultural capital of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is alive with events, entertainment and festivals. It’s also a perfect place for exploring beautiful villages such as Broadway and Burford, or the exclusive treats of Georgian Bath.
FOOD & DRINK
Cheltenham is known as the food capital of the Cotswolds with good reason. From fabulous street food to Michelin starred fine dining – it’s all on your doorstep.
Between Cheltenham and the village of Winchcombe lies the atmospheric Belas Knap Neolithic Long Barrow.
Top tip from SLH