Lansdowne Villa is a homely guest house in the centre of Bourton-on-the-Water.
This country B&B is set in a Cotswold stone cottage in the village of Bourton-on-the-Water.
Casual yet elegant, Homelands is a luxury, eco friendly B&B in Woodmancote near Cheltenham.
In the centre of Cheltenham, Cross Keys Cottage is a friendly and welcoming B&B near Stow Square.
This 4 star central hotel is set on a leafy square right in the heart of Cheltenham.
The Colesbourne is a luxurious country inn with great food in the heart of the Cotswolds.
This pet and family friendly B&B lies in Winchcombe, one of the oldest towns in the Cotswolds.
With both stylish rooms and great food, The Hollow Bottom is a 4 star inn in the Cotswolds.
Built in the 1890s, Badger Towers is a charming 4 star period guest house near the town centre.
Willowside House is a 3 star country B&B in the village of Withington near Cheltenham.
The Guiting Guest House is a 16th century character B&B in the village of Guiting Power.
The Hare and Hounds is a traditional inn on the Fosse Way with award winning food and drink.
Well-known for its world famous racecourse, Cheltenham is a historic spa town set in Gloucestershire. An ideal base for exploring the Cotswolds, as well as the nearby towns of Bath and Stratford upon Avon, stay at a bed and breakfast in Cheltenham and enjoy a day at the races or explore the town and surrounds.
If you're thinking of visiting the town for the Gold Cup which takes place in March every year, book your Cheltenham b and b now! Guest houses in the area quickly fill up with racing enthusiasts who are keen to glam up and enjoy a few flutters at the course. Horses aside, Cheltenham has much to offer visitors who arrive when the racing season has come to an end. Start with a walking tour, taking in the beautiful regency architecture of the town. Stroll along the Promenade and into the decidedly upmarket Montpellier, where expensive boutiques sit alongside stylish wine bars restaurants owned by world-renowned chefs.
Visitors to a B&B in Cheltenham must include the Pittville Pump Room in their intinerary. The Grade 1 listed building sits at the end of the beautiful Pittville Park and inside the Spa Well is the only place left where you can taste the famous healing waters of the region. There is much on offer to keep architecture enthusiasts entertained in the town. A wealth of regency buildingS remain from the town's turn as one of England's leading spas, and there are also examples of neo-Gothic and French-Gothic styles to be seen in the Cheltenham College and the Ladies College.
For a taste of local art, ponder the collection at the Art Gallery and Museum on Clarence Steet. Visit the Holst Birthplace Museum, where composer Gustav Holst was born. For evening entertainment within easy reach of your bed and breakfast Cheltenham doesn't disappoint. After an afternoon of shopping along the Promenade, take in a show at the fabulous Pittville Pump Room or head to the Everyman or Playhouse theatres. Or relax over a movie, food and drink at The Screening Rooms for a cinema experience with a luxurious twist.
If you've brought the kids along for a family friendly break, take them to Cotswolds Farm Park for the day. There are fun activities to be enjoyed come rain or shine, and it's a great day out. Cheltenham is known as a 'Western Gateway to the Cotswolds' and provides a prime opportunity for those staying at a B&B to get out and enjoy the scenic landscapes and chocolate box villages of the region. Or head to the nearby towns of Bath and Stratford upon Avon which are both within easy reach for a day trip.
Whatever time of year you visit, there is sure to be something going on in Cheltenham's packed social calendar. Experience the magic of the Gold Cup or take part in one of the town's many festivals, from jazz and literature to science. Whether you're after a cheap and cheerful guest house or a luxury B&B Cheltenham has something to suit.