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Cheltenham is an architectural masterpeice - the most complete regency town in England and was created for leisure and pleasure following the discovery of spa waters in the 18th century.

Cheltenham Bed and Breakfast is ideal for touring The Cotswolds, with Winchcombe, Stanton, Snowshill, Broadway, Stratford to the North and Bourton-On-The-Water, Bibury, Chipping Camden, Slaughter, Painswick and Bath to the South.

With its award winning gardens, impressive range of stylish shops and restaurants as well as horse racing,music, literature jazz and science festivals, Cheltenham makes for an impressive and in some regard, compelling place to stay and visit.


Montpellier District

Montpellier is approximately 10 minutes walk away from Cheltenham Bed and Breakfast and it was the building of the Montpellier spa in 1809 and the subsequent development of the double-sided shopping parade with its caryatid pillars which completed the transition of Montpellier into the fashionable area that it has continued to be ever since.


Suffolks District

The Suffolks is approximately 15 minutes walk from Cheltenham Bed and Breakfast and is concentrated around Suffolk Square, Suffolk Road and the attractive narrow streets. around Suffolk Parade is one of Cheltenham's best preserved artisans' districts; a long established area of independent retailers, specialists boutiques, bars and restaurants.


Pittville Park & The Pump Room

Pitville Park is approximately 20 minutes walk from Cheltenham Bed & Breakfast but buses run every 10 minutes from the railway station. 

Pitville Park is on the North side of Cheltenham and is in complete contrast to the urban character of the Promenade and montpellier.

The jewel of Cheltenham's regency architecture, Pitville Pump Room is the grandest survival of the town's many spa buildings; overlooking the sweeping lawns and ornamental lakes of Pitville Park, it is the perfect place to step back in time.


Ghosts in Cheltenham

For those interested in ghosts, nearby Prestbury is reputed to be the most haunted village in England - probably in the UK. It is said to have as many as 24 ghosts, seen at different times in various places.