Nestled in the small Cotswold village of Cold Aston between Cheltenham and Bourton-on-the-Water is The Plough Inn, a true country pub. The Plough Inn offers a warm welcome, real ales, cracking wines and delicious home cooked freshly prepared food. With its old Cotswold flagstones, original beams and a roaring fire you can lose yourself in the history of this grade 2 listed 17th Century Inn whilst relaxing and creating a base to explore the North Cotswolds and beyond.
28 properties in or near to Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
The Kingsmuir Hotel is an historic building in a very beautiful part of Cheltenham overlooking a small tree-lined park with panoramic views of the Cotswold escarpment from the rear upper floors. It retains its original features of Adam style ornate ceilings, marble fireplaces and floor to ceiling sash windows whilst providing simple modern amenities. During 50 years of ownership we have offered warm, friendly, homely budget accommodation to working and holiday guests who return for more.
The Plough Inn is a warm & welcoming pub renowned for it's quality food and ales. The three rooms are in a separate building to the pub so privacy is assured. The rooms all have nice views, some of them overlooking the gallops at Jackdaw Castle.
The Bell is a rustic village pub, both stylish and unique providing a warm inviting welcome all year round. Completely refurbished by sympathetically blending the old with the new.
The Hollow Bottom is a privately owned free house in the heart of The Cotswolds. We are proud of our countryside and racing heritage, fiercely fond of food and dedicated to our customers.
The Colesbourne Inn is an old coaching Inn dating back to 1827, set in the heart of the picturesque Cotswold countryside. Located midway between Cheltenham and Cirencester, it is ideally situated for visiting many of the beauty spots for which the Cotswolds are famous. Please we be aware we accepted all types of vehicles but be be a aware that we have limited access for commercial vehicles before booking please contract the Inn.
Guiting Guest House is a delightful and tastefully restored 16th Century Cotswold-stone former farmhouse with all modernised facilities.We pride ourselves on taking very good care of our customers. Our customers tell us our beds are extremely comfortable, our breakfasts are delicious and they have enjoyed the friendliness and peaceful atmosphere.
A seventeenth century Cotswold coaching inn. Recently refurbished accommodation to a very high standard with state of the art bedrooms and bathrooms.
Cardynham House is a late 15th Century Wool merchants house in a Cotswold village close to Cheltenham, Gloucester and Stroud in the delightful county of Gloucestershire.
A small family run business, the Mulberry House in Gloucester aims to provide a warm reception and an enjoyable stay, whether you’re here with us on business or having a short break away touring Gloucester and its picturesque surroundings. The Royal Forest of Dean or the many clusters of villages that line the River Severn and its beautiful riverside walks are nearby.
Dating back to 1554, The Falcon in Painswick is a small, select Cotswolds hotel situated in the heart of this beautiful historic village. With stylish accommodation, delicious home cooked food and a very warm welcome, the hotel provides a perfect base from which to explore the glorious Cotswold countryside, surrounding historic towns and villages and local places of interest.
Welcome to the Beckford Inn. Situated in the Cotswolds between Cheltenham (8.3 miles) and Tewkesbury (5.9 miles).
Situated on the Fosse Way, close to the Roman town of Cirencester, the Hare and Hounds offers the perfect setting to enjoy award-winning food and drink, as well as ten en-suite rooms set around a tranquil courtyard.
Wine, dine, relax and stay the night at the London Inn. Built in 1830's by Innkeeper Sampson Marshall, the London Inn has been serving the needs of travellers exploring the Cotswolds for decades.
Brookthorpe Lodge is a family run Georgian guest house, 10 minutes from the city of Gloucester in a Cotswolds countryside setting. Ideal location for local business parks, a good base for exploring historic Gloucester and its many attractions, nearby Regency Cheltenham and the outstanding Cotswolds countryside and villages.
A warm welcome awaits you at the Tally Ho Bed & Breakfast, a delightful establishment set right in the heart of the picturesque village of Alderton.
Corse Lawn House Hotel, Restaurant & Bistro. AA Top 200 Hotel, Cesar Award Winner as Best Country House Hotel and rated 3 Red Stars. Charmingly situated in the Severn Valley between the Cotswolds, the Malverns and the Forest of Dean and within easy reach of Gloucester, Cheltenham, Worcester, Tewkesbury and Upton upon Severn as well as Tewkesbury Abbey, Hartpury College and Three Counties Showground. The restaurant has been featured in the Good Food Guide for the past 34 years.
City Centre Guest House – Gloucester Park is all about superb location. Gloucester City Centre and the Quays outlet shopping centre are in easy walking distance. FREE off street parking, a good nights sleep due to our quiet park location. Enjoy a very clean and tidy guest house in the 3-star/diamond ratings category. All modern en-suite rooms with flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. All towels and Linen provided. FREE continental breakfast included FREE WIFI
Colgate Farm is in a peaceful location 3 miles from Cheltenham town centre, in the Cotswolds area. It offers free parking and Wi-Fi and enjoys views of the Gloucestershire countryside, over the Severn and into Wales.
Nursery Court is a large detached family-run bed and breakfast situated on the A38, 1 mile North of the charming old town of Tewkesbury. With 4 en suite rooms of a very high standard, we offer a choice of cooked breakfast dishes plus a full cold selection.check in is from 2.30,If you would like to check in before 2.30 please phone us.