Tudor House Hotel
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
The Tudor House Hotel is a welcoming four-star hotel full of old-world charm and character. Established by the Pilgrim Fathers in 1540, this hotel provides 25 delightful en-suite rooms, a fabulous seasonal menu and locally selected real ales and ciders. The picturesque hotel is situated in the centre of Tewkesbury, so you are ideally situated to explore the ancient historic town, the charming surroundings of the Cotswold Hills and Tewkesbury Abbey, one of the finest abbey churches in Britain. The Tudor House Hotel's extensive menu ranges from light lunchtime snacks to creatively homemade, quality dishes, made using only the best locally sourced produce and fresh vegetables. Senior citizens can dine for less than £5. The recently refurbished establishment is the perfect location for you to dine; the main restaurant and patio overlook the River Avon. Free wireless internet and on-site parking is also provided. The former court house has the facilities to cater for up to 40 people in its exquisite function rooms. The prestigious 'Mayor's Parlour', with original oak panelling and fireplace, has a priest hole where it is said the Prince of Wales (later Charles II) hid after the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Its three original fireplaces create a lovely intimate and cosy ambience - just one more feature that makes the Tudor House Hotel a place you must explore.