Dating back to the 16th century, Tudor House Hotel is on the edge of historical Tewkesbury, overlooking the River Avon. Rich in history, the Tudor House features oak beams, open fireplaces and an original priest’s hole.
There is also a secret garden, and an oak door with axe marks from Oliver Cromwell’s soldiers. Cromwell’s Real Ale Bar offers light snacks and beverages, and full English breakfasts are available daily. The Court Room restaurant serves a modern British menu in intimate surroundings.
The elegant bedrooms have an en suite bathroom, free Wi-Fi access, a TV, tea/coffee facilities and a hairdryer. Some rooms also have river views.
Situated on Tewkesbury High Street, The Tudor House Hotel is surrounded by scenic Gloucestershire countryside. There is free on-site parking, and Cheltenham, with its parks, gardens, shops and museums, is a 20-minute drive away.
En suite Bath and Shower
Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
Free Wi Fi
Non smoking Rooms
Serving a fine range of dishes using the very best local ingredients our head chef is proud to bring you a perfectly balanced menu that suits the needs of both hotel guests and restaurant /bar patrons alike.
Priced to suit everyone's pocket the perfect dish is just waiting for you to enjoy.View Our Menu
With its proud history the Tudor bar is the perfect place for a pint of local real ale or something a little more cosmopolitan with a range of wines and spirits from around the globe.View Our Bar Menu
Our court room offers small banqueting and meeting room facilities. It can hold up to 30 people (25 for sit down events). Contact us for further details.
Our new Festive Menu is perfect for events of all sizes, whether small family celebrations or workplace parties.Festive Menu 2014
Celebrate Christmas Day with our excellent Christmas Day DinnerChristmas Day Menu
Saturday Night is steak night at the Tudor House Hotel.
2 Dine for only £25.00Found Out More
Enjoy our small plate menu served Monday – Saturday, 12 midday – 3.00pm.View Small Plate Menu
Tewkesbury is now a thriving town and at the same time is a living museum of architecture and social history spanning over 500 years. Tewkesbury is a pure delight to behold and we have no hesitation in highly recommending it as a 'MUST' place to visit by all tourists visiting the northern Cotswolds Gloucestershire region.
High Street, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire GL20 5BH
T: 01684 297755