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Beckford, Tewkesbury, GL20 7AN, United Kingdom
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Corse Lawn, Gloucestershire, GL19 4LZ
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Tewkesbury has a great choice of hotels and lodges in the town centre as well as in nearby villages.
In the town there are several hotels with fascinating tales to tell and a wealth of character. The Royal Hop Pole Hotel was mentioned in Charles Dickens’ Pickwick Papers as a great place to visit way back in the 19th century. The Tudor House Hotel and the Bell Hotel are both set in beautiful black and white timber framed buildings; the Jessop House and The Abbey Hotel are small, family run small hotels in an historic setting.
Overlooking the town from its hillside position, is the Tewkesbury Park Hotel and a couple of miles north of the town there is the Hilton Puckrup Hall Hotel. Both have leisure facilities, golf courses and restaurants on site.
To combine fine dining and a rural location, why not head to the Corse Lawn House Hotel; a destination renowned for its food and choice of wines.
For expert advice, local knowledge and to book your accommodation, contact the hotel directly or call in to the Tourist Information Centre.
Tewkesbury Abbey was bought from Henry VIII by the townsfolk for
The number of Tewkesbury's buildings listed as being of special architectural or historical interest totals more than
Tewkesbury has two big anniversaries in five years time; 900 years since the consecration of the Abbey and 550 years since the Battle of Tewkesbury. The town will have plenty to celebrate in