Tewkesbury Park lives and breathes hospitality making every moment memorable. The hotel's unrivalled views across the Gloucestershire countryside can be seen from every room. If it's a short break in the Cotswolds or just a great location to base yourselves on an ongoing journey.
The 167-acre site is surrounded by a manicured golf course and breathtaking countryside.
What makes a stay at Tewkesbury Park unique?
Family-owned and independent means Tewkesbury Park offers a tailored experience that exceeds expectations.
The hotel houses a total of 93 bedrooms, all with premium features and offers great leisure facilities such as a hot tub and sun deck. There is also complimentary WiFi and free parking, and an 18 hole, par 73 golf course on the site of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury.
Style. Service. Local, single-estate gin with your tonic. Whether it's the irresistible facilities at your fingertips or carefully considered finishing touches, it's not just how they do it, but the way they do it that means guests leave planning to return.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Tewkesbury Park?
Just Right - These snug rooms all have exquisite views, contemporary bathrooms and sumptuous interiors.
A Touch of Class - These stylish rooms all enjoy breath-taking views of the golf course and surrounding countryside, coupled with luxury interiors.
Indulgence - Three individually designed luxury rooms in the 18th-century manor house. These stunning rooms enjoy breathtaking views and are beautifully furnished, with comfy beds, power showers and a few special touches to make you feel truly at home.
Opulence - Six top-notch bay windowed suites with views over the golf course, surrounding countryside and further afield to the Malvern Hills. Double ended baths, sumptuous furnishings, Bramley toiletries, bathroom TVs … these rooms are the true height of luxury.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Tewkesbury area?
Tewkesbury Abbey and town is a ten-minute walk, from the end of the driveway.
The Malvern Hills provide wonderful walking terrain and can be viewed from many of the rooms. It is roughly a 20-minute car journey before guests arrive at the top spots to begin a walk. What's more, the Cotswold escarpment and neighbouring villages can be seen from the putting green and golf course.
Cheltenham town is also very close, a brief fifteen-minute drive away and guests may be in the centre of Montpellier's bars, restaurants and shops.
If it's shopping in Broadway, lunch in Stanton or visiting the Roman museum in Cirencester that you're after you won't find it too much trouble to get there.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Local Suppliers - The team and family owners are passionate about sourcing as much food and drink from local suppliers as possible.
Lunch - With a mouth-watering variety of fresh, local ingredients and landscapes to die for, guests won't want to leave.
Afternoon Tea - Who doesn't love an indulgent afternoon tea? Whether one chooses cream tea, afternoon tea or Champagne Taittinger tea, one won't be disappointed.
Time To Dine - Whether one opts for the beetroot & gin home-cured salmon gravlax, the Gloucester Old Spot pork belly roulade or the market catch of the day, every dish will delight.