Places to go out & eat & drink in Cheltenham
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Cheltenham

Places to eat & drink in Cheltenham.

England’s most evocative Regency town, Cheltenham lies on the edge of the Cotswolds and boasts wide, tree-lined avenues overlooked by elegant terraced buildings complete with ornate balconies and verandhas. Genteel, prosperous and classical, it hosts annual arts and literature festivals that have become famous across the globe while the Cheltenham Gold Cup is the leading event of the National Hunt horse-racing season.

The town’s success stems from alkaline mineral springs discovered in the early 18th century. In the 1780s a pump room was opened and within a few years Cheltenham had become one of Britain’s most fashionable destinations.

George III was a regular visitor. But it was the Duke of Wellington who really put the town on the map when he arrived in 1816 seeking a cure for a liver complaint. One of the biggest attractions is the Pittville Pump Room, built in the 1820s for the MP Joseph Pitt. Set in a magnificent park, it has beautiful lawns and tree-lined lakes.Curiously, Cheltenham’s parish church, St Mary’s, has reminders of its 11th century origin, though it is best known for its 14th century rose window.

The town has two public schools – Cheltenham College, which was originally built to educate the sons of Indian army officers, and the Victorian Cheltenham Ladies College.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Cheltenham or surrounding areas.

Places to eat & drink in Cheltenham...

Asthall, Near Burford, Oxon, Oxfordshire, OX18 4HJ
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The Windmill Restaurant and Carvery was founded in 1982 by local farmer Alan Walker, serving local families, holidaymakers and business for over 30 years. Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds and ideally placed for visitors to the historic villages of Asthall, Minster Lovell and Swinbrook. Special functions including Weddings, Christenings, Birthdays, social gatherings, business meetings and much more can be catered for on any day of the week. The carvery offers a welcoming relaxed, and friendly atmosphere, where local produce is sourced for our succulent meat and vegetables. The Windmill Restaurant and Carvery combines great food, company and surroundings with the local beauty spots for a dining experience that you will always remember. Banbury 26.6 miles. Buckingham 40.3 miles. Cheltenham 24.9 miles. Oxford 18 miles. Witney 6 miles.
Tel: 01993 822594    Fax: 01993 822753
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Pizza Hut

5 Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 1LN
Tel: 01242 577455

Probably The BEST pizza in the world.
Type: Restaurant

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Pizza Express

Belgrave House Imperial Square, Cheltenham GL50 1QB
Tel: 01242 253896

"NOT" quite Pizza Hut.
Type: Restaurant

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Below Stairs Restaurant

103 Promenade, Cheltenham GL50 1NW
Tel: 01242 234599/span>

Sea-food and eat it.
Type: Restaurant

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Le Champignon Sauvage Restaurant

24-26, Suffolk Road, Cheltenham GL50 2AQ
Tel: 01242-573449    Fax: 01242-254365

Situated in the historic spa town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Le Champignon Sauvage is the perfect place to relax whilst visiting the Cotswolds.
Type: Restaurant

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Charlton Kings Hotel

London Road, Cheltenham GL52 6UU
Tel: 01242 231061    Fax: 01242 241900

A welcoming landmark to the traveller, the Charlton Kings Hotel is a building of simple elegance, set in an acre of garden with sweeping lawns, feature trees, and surrounded by the Cotswold Hills.
Type: Restaurant

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