Tewkesbury area hotel - Hotwire

Tewkesbury area hotel – Hotwire

Tewkesbury area hotel – Hotwire

Located in the historic town of Tewkesbury, this stunning 4 star Hot Rate Hotel provides guests with a host of superb leisure facilities in a picturesque location. This secret hotel could be from leading names such as Westin or Omni Hotels, and guests who have previously booked a secret hotel with Hotwire have stayed in 4 star hotels in the area including the Hilton Puckrup Hall, Eckington Manor, and The Beckford Inn – all for amazing discounted rates. The local area is north of Cheltenham, and your Hot Rate Hotel is close to attractions including Tewkesbury Abbey, The Vineyards, and both the River Severn and the River Avon.

With a fantastic range of modern comforts and facilities, this Hot Rate Hotel is ideal for those looking for a relaxing break. Guests can treat themselves to a relaxing swim in the beautiful indoor swimming pool, or enjoy a workout in the fantastic Fitness Centre. Close by there is a golf course with beautiful grounds for you to admire as you play your way round, and there are also tennis courts close to the property as well. Guests who are arriving by car can park at the property free of charge, and high speed Internet access is also complementary to keep you connected during your stay.

Tewkesbury Abbey (formally known as The Abbey Church of St Mary the Virgin) is the second largest parish church in the country and a fantastic example of Norman architecture in Great Britain, and is just a short walk away from your Hot Rate Hotel! Building on the Abbey as it is today began in 1102 to house Benedictine Monks, and over the following centuries developments were made to establish the impressive nave roof and the apsidal chancel. The tower itself is of a Romanesque design and is one of the largest in the entire country, and dominates the local skyline. The Abbey’s interior is certainly worth viewing, with beautiful medieval stained glass windows, as well as Victorian and more modern examples as well. The Norman church towers stand at 45 metres high and 14 metres square, making them the largest in existence. Over the centuries bells have been added to adapt and develop the ringing of the bells, and today the current tower has 12 bells that can regularly be heard proudly ringing out. If you are planning on visiting the Abbey, be sure to book a guided tour in advance to learn more about the amazing history and architecture of this iconic local attraction.

We hope you have a wonderful time in Cheltenham!