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Jurys Inn Cheltenham

Gloucester Road, GL51 0TS Cheltenham
A short distance from Cheltenham Racecourse
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Cheltenham

Known as the cultural centre of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is a regency spa town with character. This is the location for the annual Cheltenham Festival, which attracts horse racing fans from all over the UK and beyond. But there’s more to the town than Cheltenham Racecourse, with arty hotspots, shopping arcades and culinary quarters all vying for visitors’ attention. And if you’re wondering which of the many Cheltenham hotels are right for you, look no further than Jurys Inn Cheltenham, located conveniently both for the racecourse and Cheltenham city centre.

Get your bearings

Situated on the western edge of The Cotswolds – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – Cheltenham makes a perfect base from which to explore the region’s rolling hills and leafy countryside. But there’s also greenery to be found within the town itself, in the form of Pittville Park, an ornamental garden that first opened in 1825. As well as beautiful floral displays, the park has a lake for fishing, tennis courts, a skate park and a pitch and putt golf course.

Don’t miss

When it comes to culture, Cheltenham is not short of credentials. Art-lovers will enjoy a trip to The Wilson, a museum with a renowned collection of Arts and Crafts pieces inspired by William Morris, while classical music fans can explore the birthplace of Gustav Holst, one of England’s most respected composers whose first home is now a fascinating museum. If you prefer the theatre, head to the Cheltenham Playhouse, an intimate community space with a varied programme of theatre and musicals throughout the year.

While you’re there

There’s no shortage of good food and drink in Cheltenham. Head to the Brewery Quarter, a cool district with a range of bars, pubs and restaurants as well as a bowling alley and cinema. If you want to take a closer look at where your refreshments come from, join a local gin tasting class or a foodie tour that takes you to five locations so you can try everything from local cheeses to artisan ice creams and speciality pastries.

Known as the cultural centre of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is a regency spa town with character. This is the location for the annual Cheltenham Festival, which...
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