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Briarfields Motel & Tourer Park
Gloucester Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

GL51 0SX | View map
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Briarfields is a family owned Hotel and Touring Camping Site. Our campsite is OPEN ALL YEAR situated just 2.5 miles from Regency Cheltenham Town Centre and 6 miles from Historic Gloucester. Our hotel and touring site are ideally situated for experiencing Regency Cheltenham renowned for its exclusive shopping, from charming boutiques to shopping centres with many leading retailers. Historic Gloucester with its wonderful Cathedral, dockside, award winning Waterways Musem and the new Quays Outlet shopping centre.

Our hotel accommodation is all en-suite. You will find a simple, clean and comfortable en-suite room equipped with the following: TV, fridge, microwave, tea/coffee making facilities, free WiFi hotpots, fresh towels and free secure parking.

We have an excellent bus service which runs frequently from outside our park to Cheltenham and Gloucester and there is also a daily service to Oxford.

Briarfields touring camping site is beautifully landscaped and can accommodate up to 72 caravans and/or motorhomes pitches with electric hook-up alongside well maintained lawns, mature trees and shrubs that give all round interest.

Our touring park in Cheltenham offers:
Hard-standing pitches
Electric hook-up
Free WiFi Hotspots
Free hot showers
Heated washroom facilities
Laundry Room
Disabled Facilities
Good Digital TV reception

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Number of Rooms: 20

Price per Room:

Double: 39.99
Twin: 39.99
Family rooms from 49.99
Single: 33.99
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