The Abbey provides first class bed & breakfast accommodation at competitive rates in the centre of
the attractive town of Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. Whether for business or pleasure, the hotel is ideally located in a pleasant residential street, part of the Central Cheltenham Conservation Area.
It lies beside the pretty Sandford Park with its open-air swimming lido, and is just a brief stroll from the town's many shops, restaurants,
theatres and bars. There are 13 comfortable bedrooms each with its own individual style and character. The Abbey is run in a friendly and welcoming manner by the staff and resident owners, Sophie and Greg.
Centrally Located. As we are in the heart of Cheltenham, it is easy to walk from the hotel to most places in
the town. Approximate walking times are: High Street 2 minutes,
Promenade 5 minutes, Town Hall 3 minutes, Everyman Theatre 5 minutes,
Bus Station 7 minutes, Race Course 25 minutes, Train Station 20 minutes, General Hospital 5 minutes
Parking Permits. These are available free of charge and allow you to park on the local streets. Maximum one per room.
Smoking Policy. Smoking is not allowed anywhere inside
Bar and Lounge. There is a licensed honesty bar for use by guests only. The lounge and bar area is a pleasant place to sit, read the complimentary newspapers, have a drink or meet people
En-Suite Rooms. All rooms have en-suite bathroom facilities, with the exception of our 2 budget single rooms
Credit cards. Most major credit and debit cards are accepted
Room Facilities. All rooms have flat screen digital TVs, direct-dial telephone, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities. Iron and trouser press available on request.
WiFi Internet Access. Wi-fi internet access is available free of charge throughout the establishment.
Breakfast. This is made from quality ingredients.
A hearty cooked traditional English breakfast is offered (with vegetarian alternatives). Also available are cereals,
freshly baked croissants and bread rolls, yoghurts, home-made fruit compote,
fresh fruit and fruit juices.
Languages. In addition to English, French and Scandinavian languages are spoken