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Tally Ho Bed and Breakfast
20 Beckford Road
Alderton

Tewkesbury
Gloucestershire

GL20 8NL | View map
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A warm welcome awaits you at the Tally Ho Bed & Breakfast; a delightful establishment set right in the heart of the picturesque village of Awarded 4 Stars by the English Tourism Council and the AA for the exceptional quality; Tally Ho provides for your every need. It is also commended for the standard of food; comfort and personal service; which every guest is treated to. Alderton lies about 3 miles north of Winchcombe and 4 miles west of Broadway; therefore whether you are touring; walking or cycling; Alderton is the ideal location. Guests are within easy reach of the many Cotswold visitor attractions; and also have the opportunity to simply relax and enjoy the magnificent surrounding scenery. Alderton is a particularly attractive Cotswold village with shop; post office; and a friendly pub; which serves delicious home; cooked meals. Activities nearby include horse riding; 18-hole golf course and many lovely walks. Bed and Breakfast is catered for in luxurious ensuite double and twin bedrooms. All rooms are individually decorated and comfortably furnished with colour television and well stocked hospitality trays. We also have two ensuite rooms on the ground floor for easy access. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Dogs allowed; may incur additional charge. Children welcome. Check-In time: 14:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00

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