Often cited as ‘the most complete Regency town in England’, guests at the Queens Hotel Cheltenham will delight in all there is to do from historic attractions to boutique shopping across Cotswolds town.

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By Car

Exit at Junction 11 on the M5, and follow the signs for Cheltenham. Car parking is available at the hotel from £3.50 per hour for the public or £13.00 per night, for guests only.

By Plane

Local airports are: Bristol (68.10 km) Oxford (69.40 km) Birmingham (82.70 km) Gloucester (6.30 km).

By Train

Cheltenham Spa Railway Station is located 0.5 miles (0.8km) from the hotel, an easy 7-10 minute walk.

The Neptune Fountain – historic fountain depicting Neptune clasping his Trident.
Promenade, Cheltenham, 
Gloucestershire

Holst Birthplace Museum – Visit the birthplace of the composer Gustav Holst, a museum and 19th century time capsule in his memory.
4 Clarence Road, Pittville, 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Cheltenham Festivals – Cheltenham is considered to be The Festival Town, featuring major world premieres, leading musicians on a yearly basis.
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Everyman Theatre – Set in the heart of Cheltenham, it presents an array of shows throughout the year
7-10 Regent Street, Cheltenham, 
Gloucestershire

Cheltenham Racecourse – For the racing enthusiasts, including the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Prestbury Park, Cheltenham, 
Gloucestershire

The Wilson Art Museum – Cheltenham’s art gallery and museum, it offers an exciting programme of temporary and permanent exhibitions.
Clarence Street, Cheltenham, 
Gloucestershire

Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway – A heritage railway offering a 28-mile round trip to admire the Cotswold scenery.
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Wishing Fish Clock – Created by the author Kit Williams in the book ‘Masquerade’.
Regent Arcade, Regent Street, Cheltenham, 
Gloucestershire

Imperial Gardens – Originally landscaped as pleasure gardens, sitting in the centre of town, still bringing delight today.
Imperial Square, Cheltenham

Pittville Park – One of the grandest surviving Regency spa buildings in Cheltenham.
Evesham Rd, Cheltenham

Hare and the Minotaur – The sculpture created by artist Sophie Ryder is a part of the town’s rich culture.
The Promenade, 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Suffolks Sunday Market - over 80 counters with Arts & Crafts, fresh produce and all kinds of Independent Traders.
Suffolk Road, 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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