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Family Friendly Holiday Cottages In Cheltenham 

Family Friendly Holiday Cottages In Cheltenham 

Abroad travel is up in the air (or not so much) at the moment, and the publics confidence in foreign holidays is understandably wavering at best. Thankfully, us Brits are lucky enough to live in a country that offers so many beautiful holiday destinations and family friendly holiday cottages.   

Cheltenham is arguably one of the prettiest Regency towns in the country and offers a lot to do for family holidays. Here we take a look at what Cheltenham has to offer and where to find a budget friendly holiday in Cheltenham.  

Family Friendly Holiday Cottages

Foxcote Grange Family Cottages in Cheltenham

As the nation opts for staycations, accommodation is getting booked up for the school summer holidays and fast. So much so that many family friendly holiday cottages are receiving 2022 summer holiday bookings already! But what exactly makes the best family friendly holiday cottages and what is the market demanding?  

After a very difficult year, everyone wants to have fun, laugh and be with the ones that they love the most. Therefore the optimal family holiday cottage should provide amenities that allows their guests to do exactly that. We recommend that holiday home owners. managers provide outdoor activities, games (of course, this must be in accordance with COVID regulations) and information to local experiences. Do you know any small local businesses that can offer services to your guests? Such as a private yoga session, a cooking lesson or maybe a cycling tour? Owners and managers should consider teaming up with local businesses, so that guests can make the most of their stay.  

Cheltenham has a lot to offer as a holiday destination. The adults can enjoy the Georgian architecture, the delightful array of places to eat and drink and fantastic shopping, whilst the children can enjoy the Cotswold Farm Park, Pittville Park and Sandford Park Lido.  

There are also plenty of festivals to book yourself into, including but definitely not limited to, Cheltenham Races, Literature, Jazz, Science and Music Festivals. For the young adult there is Wychwood and Two Thousand Trees Festivals so there really is something for everyone! 

But where should you stay? Well, naturally we would strongly recommend our wonderful six bedroomed house Foxcote Grange. This house is just perfect for a family reunion, with a tennis court, swimming pool, zip wire, games room, a pony and the optional tennis coach! It is situated in the village of Foxcote and is secluded from the hustle and bustle of the Cheltenham Town. The house offers direct access to the Cotswold Way for any of you hikers!  

Foxcote Grange starts from £1250 per night, however the longer you stay, the less you pay per night. Please do contact us directly in order to book your stay!  

Budget Friendly Cottages Cheltenham 

Holiday Cottages in Cheltenham can sometimes be on the pricey side, but there is no need for those of you who are trying to save a bit of money to miss out on your well deserved break! There are plenty of places for you to visit in and around Cheltenham which may be more suitable.  

Consider staying in the following areas of Cheltenham to find a more finance friendly holiday: 

Prestbury – an old village with two lovely pubs and the home to Cheltenham Racecourse. The Queen was known to visit the local butchers (which is now a convenient store in the village) when visiting the races. It is also rumoured that she attended the Royal Oak pub and The Plough from time to time (this is just a rumour, but we like to believe it is true).  

Charlton Kings – Just a short drive away from Cheltenham Town Centre, Charlton Kings has a lovely wine bar called Sixways Wine Bar. The locals know the main area of Charlton Kings as ‘Six Ways’ due to the busy six ways junction. But do not fret, there are plenty of stunning back roads and quieter areas for you to rest after enjoying a bottle (or more) at the wine bar.  

Pittville – Pittville Park is a large stunning park just outside of Cheltenham Town that offers a lot for the family, friends and for couples who are looking to get away. The houses and flats that surround Pittville Park are grand, elegant and most of them are Georgian. This may suggest expense, but if you are open to taking full advantage of the occupancy and are happy to visit this lovely town in the colder months, you could bag yourself a real bargain. Remember, overlooking a park in Autumn is not something to be sniffed at! 

There are plenty of Budget Friendly Holidays in Cheltenham, all you need is a willingness to look and to be a little flexible with your dates.  

Conclusion: 

Cheltenham is a fantastic Spa town with plenty to offer. A UK holiday destination that offers something for everyone. If you are looking for a cheaper holiday, do not be put off by the idea that Cheltenham is a Regency town, there are plenty of fun things to do and beautiful things to see on a budget.  

Cheltenham also offers a huge array of cafes, pubs and restaurants for the hungrier traveller. There are parks, hills and greens for the adventurers. There are spas, shops, and elegant bars for those who are looking for a sophisticated escape.  

Come and Stay would love to host you in one of our Cheltenham properties, but we love it most when visitors come to our home town and love their experience, regardless of whether we have the joy to host them or not.  

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