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Prestbury House, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Prestbury House
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Prestbury House is a 300 year old country manor house (ETB, AA 4 Star) situated in 5 acres of secluded grounds complete with horses and highland cattle. Nestling beneath Cleeve Hill (Cotswold Way) the hotel is adjacent to the Racecourse and only one and a half miles from beautiful regency Cheltenham centre. Fifteen large double/twin en-suite bathrooms, including four posters. Banqueting facilities.

With its log fires in winter, croquet in summer, Prestbury House offers peace and tranquility. For the more adventurous there is golf and hill walking; or use Prestbury to tour Warwick, Stratford, Bath and Oxford. Easy M5/M4/A40 access with full conference facilities and helicopter landing facilities.

In addition, we hold a civil wedding licence (for weddings from 30 to 150) and have facilities for corporate hospitality. Exclusive hire of venue available.

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Number of Rooms: 15
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