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- Wi-Fi (Free)
- Parking (Free)
- Restaurant (Breakfast Only)
- Self Service “Honesty Bar”
Offering easy access to the Cotswolds Way, Cleeve Hill House Hotel sits near the peak of Cleeve Hill, the highest point in the Cotswolds, and as such, offers excellent views of the charming Cotswolds countryside. The 100-mile long national trail that links Chipping Campden to Bath runs alongside Cleeve Hill House and, consequently, the hotel is a favourite stopover point for walkers. Furthermore, the hotel is just over four miles from the centre of regency Cheltenham and just under ten miles from the historic town of Tewkesbury.
Each of the ten rooms in the Cleeve Hill House Hotel are individually decorated and many have been recently refurbished. The rooms are presented in a very traditional style in keeping with the Edwardian origins of the building. Most rooms are spacious and either have an en-suite or private bathroom. Some rooms have sofas and there is one suite with a separate lounge area. Televisions with DVD players are included, as well as a hospitality tray for making hot drinks, a telephone and a hairdryer. Free Wi-Fi is also provided and, if needed, guests can use the hotel laptop.
Restaurant and Bar
Guests can enjoy the striking views over breakfast that is served in a room with large windows overlooking the countryside. A good range of breakfast options is offered including hot breakfasts with free range eggs, cereals and fruit.
In the elegant lounge, guests will find large comfortable sofas and an “honesty bar” with a range of drinks. The friendly hotel owners, Jackie and Manfred, are easily approachable to assist with information about local attractions and they will happily book tables at local restaurants for lunches and evening meals for you. Furthermore, they are able to provide guests with packed lunches, giving sustenance for those travellers embarking on the next stretch of the Cotswolds Way.