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- Wi-Fi (Free)
- Parking (Free)
- Restaurant (Breakfast Only)
On the very eastern edge of Cheltenham, the contemporary Jasmine House Bed and Breakfast is located on a quiet suburban road that is just a 10-minute drive to the city centre. With a view of rolling green pastures, Jasmine House is ideally placed for walks and cycle rides out in the countryside. Both Cheltenham Racecourse and Cheltenham city centre are within walking distance, whilst the Cheltenham Circular Way and the Cotswold’s Way are both within close reach to this quaint B&B.
There are three spacious rooms in this recently renovated accommodation, allowing room for extra beds for younger travellers. Rooms are well-appointed and have en-suite bathrooms. Room facilities include a television with Freeview, a hospitality tray, an iron and ironing board, a hairdryer, and complimentary toiletries. Rooms have a seating area and dressing gowns are also provided. The rooms are elegantly presented using simple and contemporary design and all have spectacular views either overlooking Cheltenham or the nearby hills.
This is a family run bed and breakfast and the proprietor, Anne, offers guests a warm and friendly welcome. She is also available to give you information about nearby attractions and events should you need it.
The homely theme continues with breakfast that is served around a large family dining table, allowing guests to get to know each other and have a chat whilst enjoying a meal. Breakfast is prepared to order, with hot and cold options available and locally sourced ingredients are used wherever possible. Homemade options include muesli, jams and marmalades and hot drinks include Nespresso coffees.
Around the Area
For other meals there are numerous restaurants, cafes and pubs in Cheltenham, with the Hewlett Arms being just a 5-minute walk away. Here guests can sample local and seasonal produce, as well as Real Ale from regional breweries.