We offer you a warm welcome to Crossways Guest House bed and breakfast, their luxury 4 star accommodation in the centre of England's Regency Spa town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.
Our accommodation is a classic Cheltenham Regency Grade II listed building and with that in mind, Crossways Guest House has been stylishly decorated with a subtle blend of period furniture and panache to make your stay with us in our 4 star accommodation as luxurious as possible.
To make your stay at Crossways Guest House more comfortable, each room has a remote control TV, radio alarm, electric fan (in summer), WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms have en-suite bathrooms
and at your request we can offer special extras for your room, such as a bouquet of flowers, wine or champagne. Included in your accommodation is a full English breakfast but we can offer an alternative breakfast if requested.
Nothing is too much trouble us, as we are proud of the reputation Crossways Guest House has, for the service that we maintain and our comfortable accommodation with a happy informal atmosphere and not to forget our 4 star quality breakfasts.
Crossways Guest House bed and breakfast is ideally situated accommodation in the very centre of lovely Regency Cheltenham, a Spa town in Gloustershire with it's broad avenues and fine parks. Our bed and breakfast accommodation is within a few minutes walk of theatres, excellent shopping, the Promenade with its fine Regency terraces and Neptune Fountain and some of Cheltenham's superb winebars and excellent restaurants.
Cheltenham has so much to offer visitors, plenty of accommodation from large hotels, to smaller family run guesthouses and bed and breakfasts which suit all budgets so that you the visitor can enjoy such events as the festivals of literature and music, county cricket, National Hunt Racing such as the Cheltenham Gold Cup and Antique Fairs as well as other numerous concerts and exhibitions.
Cheltenham is also an ideal centre for touring the beautiful Cotswolds with attractions such as Blenheim Palace, Warwick and Sudeley Castles. There are many Tudor and Jacabeon Manor Houses and Stately Homes to visit, the magnificent Cathedrals at Worcester and Gloucester and also the homes of such famous people as Holst, William Morris, and Queen Katherine Parand within an hours drive of Oxford and Shakespeare's birth place at Stratford-on-Avon and Roman heritage sites including the famous Roman Baths at Bath.
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- Please note that we have a non smoking policy at Crossways Guest House in the best interests of all our guests.
- For the comfort of other guests, Crossways Guest House does not allow pets.
- If you have a registered Guide dog please inform us prior to booking.