Cheltenham Lawn and Pittville Gallery

5 Pittville Lawn, Cheltenham, GL52 2BE (map)

Cheltenham Lawn

Hotel Facilities

  • Wi-Fi (Free)
  • Parking (Free – On Road)
  • Restaurant (Breakfast Only)
  • Pittville Gallery

This unique bed and breakfast guesthouse not only offers seven bedrooms, but also has its own art gallery where guests can attend creative workshops – suitable for those with that artistic flair, perhaps! Cheltenham Lawn Hotel is situated on the edge of Pittville Park and is a short walk away from the historic city centre. The hotel is in a former historic regency townhouse that is full of character and decorated throughout with arts and crafts.


Six of the seven bedrooms have en-suite facilities, whilst the seventh room (a single) has a separate bathroom just outside of the bedroom. Rooms include a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, free Wi-Fi and in-room broadband access. One of the rooms even has a luxurious four-poster bed – perfect for your romantic getaway.

Parking is available on the street free of charge and permits are obtainable from the hotel reception. As this is a listed building, no wheelchair access is available and entrance to the hotel is up several steps.


Breakfast is served in an eclectic dining room and it should be noted that only vegetarian options are available. The menu includes a cooked vegetarian breakfast, cereals, toast and local preserves, fruit, yoghurt and seasonal specials. Furthermore, the hotel takes an environmentally friendly approach to its operations, sourcing local food wherever possible and using home grown ingredients in many dishes. Guests are actively encouraged to recycle and an environmental policy is in place.

Additional Facilities and Services

The Pittville Gallery is located with the hotel building. Here guests can book onto one of a range of “Be Creative” workshops with the hotel owner, Anthea, a qualified Art and Design teacher. Workshops cover various sewing, drawing and painting techniques. Booking for these workshops must be made in advance and whilst some materials may be provided, learners may have to purchase materials in advance.