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"Less than a hundred miles from London it is an ideal base for touring into the Cotswolds"

 

Cheltenham

Cheltenham Spa is England's most complete Regency town.  Conveniently located less than a hundred miles from London it is an ideal base for touring into the Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon and Bath. Regency town houses, characterised by intricate ironwork balconies and painted stucco facades, line the historic Promenade, squares and terraces.  It has award-winning gardens, an impressive range of stylish shops and restaurants, and its numerous festivals of horse racing, music and literature.

Cheltenham has so much to offer, from its beautiful architecture and history, through its wonderful people, to the fantastic events such as the famous racecourse. Cheltenham and its surrounding area must be one of the most beautiful parts of the British Isles.

There is far more to this town situated on the edge of the Cotswolds than the racing and going to the spa. Cheltenham is dedicated to the arts and hosts a number of different festivals.

 

Cheltenham Municipal Offices
Cheltenham Municipal Offices

Cheltenham is one of those special places that you need to visit to grasp it's true value. Then you will wonder why you haven't heard more about it. That is because people want it to be their little secret.

For more information on “what’s on in Cheltenham” go to Visit Cheltenham

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds region covers an area of 790 square miles in the upper part of the southwest region of England and is the country's largest officially designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Popular with both the English themselves and international visitors from all over the world, the area is well known for gentle hillsides ('wolds'), outstanding countryside with river valleys, water meadows and beech woods, sleepy ancient limestone villages, historic market towns and for being so 'typically English' where time has stood still for over 300 years.

Throughout the Cotswolds stone features in buildings and stone walls act as a common thread in seamlessly blending the historic towns & villages with their surrounding landscape.

 

The Cotswolds - Lilley Brook Golf Club
View over the Cotswolds landscape