Built in 1848, this Grade II listed Victorian townhouse is now a luxurious bed and breakfast in the bustling town of Cheltenham. Stay in one of the cosy bedrooms with views over the walled garden, and enjoy a hearty breakfast the next morning served on blue and white china. You can dine in either the spacious Victorian dining room with a feature fireplace or in the large AGA-equipped kitchen.
In the middle of rural countryside amongst rolling hills, The Great Tythe Barn is a quintessential English gem tucked away down a tree-lined driveway, amidst 200 acres of privately owned land. The buildings retain classic original features, such as exposed stone walls and wooden oak beams, while incorporating modern comforts such as under-floor heating, tastefully decorated washrooms and wooden flooring. While often used as a wedding or function venue, there are also 12 en-suite bedrooms on site and a continental breakfast served in the morning.
Cherry Trees is a family-run Cotswold stone house in a quaint location, offering outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. Stay overnight in plush king-size or super-king beds and enjoy a full English in the morning before wandering into the small market town of Chipping Campden, just a few minutes walk away.
Looking on to Cheltenham’s Pittsville Park, No 38 is a super stylish B&B in a Georgian mansion house with 13 bespoke bedrooms, each individually designed. There’s a generous breakfast on offer as well as a well-stocked honesty bar, boasting an assortment of whiskies, champagnes, spirits, and locally produced ciders and ales. Dive into the super king-size beds, with Egyptian Cotton linens and mohair throws, perfect for those long lie-ins.
Secluded amongst rolling Cotswolds hills, Snowshill Hill Estate is a unique 16th-Century country house with space for up to 6 guests. This traditional farmhouse is located close to the villages of Broadway and Moreton-in-Marsh, and will ensure you get the true country experience that the Cotswolds embodies.