Dove House Bed & Breakfast
Dove House is open all year round and has ample private parking and a separate guest entrance for guests to come and go as they please. There are several local pubs and restaurants within easy walking distance or a short taxi ride away is Cheltenham town centre with its wide variety of bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Dove House has single, twin, double and family rooms (all non-smoking). A ground floor room overlooking the garden is available with en suite and can be used as a double/twin or family room (for 3 people). All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, TV, hair dryers and the use of an iron if required. They are all furnished to a high standard and meticulously maintained to provide a comfortable stay.
Dove House also has a beautiful garden and a conservatory where guests can relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Dove House is situated on the edge of the spa town of Cheltenham, with its wealth of shops, restaurants, the Everyman Theatre and less than one mile from the famous Prestbury Racecourse. It is ideally located for visiting the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds, the Forest of Dean, Tewkesbury with its famous Abbey and the historic Gloucester Docks.
At the centre of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham, England's Regency Spa town is renowned for stylish shopping, music and literature festivals, award winning gardens and for being the 'Home of National Hunt Racing'
Regency town houses, characterised by intricate ironwork balconies and painted stucco facades, line the historic Promenade, squares and terraces.
An ideal central location, less than 100 miles from London and not far from the historic towns of Stratford upon Avon and Bath.
Every guest can expect a warm and friendly welcome at Dove House from the owners, Caroline and Doug. Their vast experience, knowledge of the local area and professional approach explain why Dove House is such a popular choice.
||Dove House Bed and Breakfast
128 Cheltenham Road
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This page was last updated: 05 April 2013