Wyastone Hotel

, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
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Wyastone Hotel

, Cheltenham
3 star

Rooms: 13

Parabola Road - Cheltenham - England - GL50 3BG - United Kingdom Hotel Website | | 44 01242245549
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Reviews - Wyastone Hotel

8/10
A 5 star experience in a 3 star
Submitted by: Barbara in 14/09/07
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: Australia
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
This really is an excellent hotel that I found quite by chance.
I arrived with no reservation but was found a room quickly and efficiently. A charming room, very clean and well maintained.

The owners were very kind and made me a snack meal on my first night. Good English fare which was very welcome. Breakfast was excellent and I hardly needed lunch during my stay.

The next day they provided maps and information on the best places to see and eat.
Gloucester is a very pretty part of England full of history and olde castles and cathedrals. Quite green in contrast the the drought scorched fields of Australia!
Thanks again to the courteous staff for a lovely stay
8/10
Friendly staff, central location and a great breakfast.
Submitted by: Lee in 29/08/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Pleasant hotel in a charming part of Regency Cheltenham. With clean functional rooms, great breakfast, helpful staff and free wi-fi access; why would you want to stay anywhere else?
9/10
Brilliant Place to stay - Excellent location
Submitted by: Esther in 12/08/07
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: Australia
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
I recently spent a very restful and pleasant week at the Wyastone Hotel in Cheltenham. The room was well equipped with hairdryer, iron, board and trouser press. The bed was one of the most comfortable I had experienced during my four week business trip through Asia and Europe and was better than some 4 Star establishments. The hotel has an olde worlde charm. The owners were very generous with their time in explaining some of the local history and advising on the best places to visit. They advised on transport as well as recommending some good local restaurants.

Whilst they didn't serve evening meals the owners did serve some delicious home cooked ‘snacks' when I didn't want to go out to eat.

I needed to maintain contact with my business in Australia and unlike my experience in Asia where I had to pay S$10 per hour to access the internet I appreciated the free service at the Wyastone.

As an Aussie visiting the UK where the exchange rate with the A$ and the Pound means I have to watch my budget I believe this hotel offers excellent value for money. I would strongly recommend this hotel and will return on my next trip.
4/10
Good business hotel, not for tourists
Submitted by: Lynn in 19/07/07
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
As an American, I found this hotel to be somewhat of a shock. I had booked a single and I got something smaller than a dorm room. I had never seen a room in a hotel that small. the bed was comfy but lots of little things like ants and the heat being off. There was no internet in the rooms only in the common areas.However, I found internet very hard to come by in england in general so when they do get it working, it will be a plus. The owners are new to the area and could not advise on any place to eat etc since they had not been themselves. This was disappointing for a first time traveler to England. A lot of things need to be changed and they seemed very keen on correcting them. The breakfast was nice and the desk secretary was really charming. Overall, I would give them a chance for a budget hotel but for americans looking for jolly ol england, I would pass. When I asked the host where I could get typical english food, he responded the most served dish in england is vindaloo. Mainly for local business travelers and if you book a single beware if you are over 5'8 as the bed will be too short. The larger rooms did appear adequate but they did not have them available for consecutive nights for me. Since I found England very poor on service even at the high end hotels, I would say this is a nice way to see england today and give the new owners a chance since they still have a lot of work to do. They certainly are trying very hard and that was appreciated. In another year, I suspect it will be a nice value and experience--- Just not for the typical American tourist looking for historic England.

Top Local Tips for Cheltenham

Montpellier great restaurants place to dine - Flynns montpellier great bar near by and close to this hotel

Zizzi's Well worth going to this resteraunt in a converted church, atmospheric and although you cant book the bar upstairs was gallaried and you could have a drink in comfort.

Montpelier (hot spot and safe!) the place for lunch, dinner and evening has to be Montpellier and the suffolks

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