This was our third stay at this fantastic location. I only booked on the morning of our stay as a surprise for my wife. We stayed in one of the smaller doubles on the 2nd floor but the accomodation is swish comfortable and modern. There are lots of nice touches such as fresh fruit in the room/chocolates on pillow. In addition there is a lovely guest lounge with a well stocked "trust" bar as well as a conservatory with complimentary tea/coffee. The hotel is ideally situated about 20/30 minute stroll from town centre and 10/15 minutes from the trendy montpelier area.
The receptionist like all of the staff and owner was polite helpful and keen to offer a first class personal service explaining local sites and offering advice on good restaurants etc.
We chose to eat nearby at an exceptional indian restaurant called Indian Voojan which was located in montpelier.
A great nights sleep followed in the very comfortable bed and was followed by an excellent full english. There was also a very nice fresh fruit salad and all the usual cereal/pastry type options. We have stayed in some very expensive/prestigious hotels over the years and in our opinion this is probably the best. We left feeling that they really valued our custom...how often can you really say that.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beaumont House is 16 bedroom 5 star award winning guesthouse with off-street parking. It was the home of the Read family in the 1880's. On the 27th October 1884 Anketell Moutray Read was born in Beaumont House, the youngest son of Colonel John Moutray Read. Anketell Read was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in The Gloucestershire Regiment on 21st November 1903. He served in India. He was 30 years old, and a Captain in the 1st Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment, British Army during the First World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross. This is the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. Beaumont House was later owned by the Tilley family, who ran a large muffin bakery in the town. The tiled floor in the reception area was restored in the 1980's, after the recovering discarded tiles from the same period when an adjacent house was being renovated. During the 1980's, Beaumont House was converted into a guest house and it has undergone extensive renovation. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Beaumont House Hotel Cheltenham
- Beaumont Hotel House