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A very warm welcome to Cheltenham - your cultural centre for the Cotswolds

Welcome to Visit Cheltenham, the official tourism website for the cultural centre of The Cotswolds, described in the New York Times in January 2016 as a town enjoying a cultural renaissance with many "happening spots", and featured in the Independent in November as a "Design Destination" with stylish places to eat, drink and stay.

Spring in Cheltenham sees the start of Festival Season which runs right through until the autumn, with events for all ages to enjoy at various indoor and outdoor venues across the town. With the fine weather upon us, you can also enjoy many of the fantastic outdoor spaces, which include Pittville Park and Sandford Parks Lido with their retro renaissance feel, and enjoy al fresco dining at many of our superb cafes and restaurants.

Enjoy a guided Walking Tour if you want to see Regency Cheltenham, and many of the architectural and heritage features that can still be seen today, or experience the more modern redevelopments which have seen a new generation of visitors to Cheltenham.   The Brewery Quarter is a buzzing district where old meets new and is home to branded stores, a multi-screen cinema, bowling alley and bars offering live gigs and entertainment throughout the week. 

Cheltenham is also known for its excellent High Street shops and independent shopping quarters such as Montpellier and The Suffolks, and in 2017 John Lewis will open a flagship store in the former Beechwood Shopping Centre.  More new development is also planned throughout the town to develop a new leisure quarter.

Easily accessible from the M5, Cheltenham lies just over an hour away from Bristol and Birmingham and under two hours away from London.  There are excellent transport links by rail and road to the town.  Bordering The Cotswolds, Cheltenham offers an excellent base from which to explore the area too.

Why not check out the TripAdvisor Top Ten Things to Do in Cheltenham or pop into our Tourist Information Centre, situated at The Wilson - Cheltenham's Museum and Art Gallery, for ideas and inspiration, or to book your accommodation using our free booking service?  You can call us on  01242 237431 (option 2), where our friendly staff will find just the right accommodation for your stay.

We look forward to welcoming you.

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Hope Orchard

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Hope Orchard

Pet Friendly Bed & Breakfast accommodation situated mid-way between Cheltenham and Gloucester. It’s...

The Wyastone Hotel

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The Wyastone

Central yet quiet, Victorian town house hotel in elegant Montpellier. Convenient on-site parking....

Hotel du Vin

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Hotel du Vin

Located in the chic Montpellier district of this historic spa town. Hotel du Vin Cheltenham offers...

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Montpellier Day

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Tour of Britain Bike Trail

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Cheltenham gears up for the Tour with fun trail   They are often stowed away in dark...

Fake! The Great Reveal

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Fake: The Great Reveal is a unique exhibition inspired by the Sky Arts TV programme, Fake! The...

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