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Wyastone Hotel
Parabola Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

GL50 3BG | View map

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The privately owned Wyastone Hotel, dating back to 1847, is located in a quiet tree lined avenue in elegant Montpellier, less than 5 minutes walk from the best shops and restaurants in Cheltenham. The Wyastone has a tranquil inner courtyard garden where you can relax and enjoy a drink from the bar. The hotel has 13 individually designed en suite bedrooms, including a four poster and a number of superking size beds, car park, bar, breakfast room and garden, with Wi-Fi available in the public areas and many of the bedrooms.Every room has tea & coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, and wonderful wraparound snuggly duvets.The Wyastone is a ‘metro’ hotel and so does not serve evening meals, but is very close to a large selection of high quality restaurants and bars to suit a variety of tastes and pockets. A selection of menus are available with recommendations from our customers and ourselves.The Hotel is conveniently located for the Promenade and bustling High Street, and popular Cheltenham venues including the Town Hall, Everyman theatre, and a little further afield, the famous Cheltenham racecourse. It is the perfect location as a base for the Cotswolds, and all the Cheltenham festivals: folk festival, Gold Cup, Jazz, science, screeenwriters, music and literature to name but a few.

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