Cafes & Bars
Eating and drinking in the local area

Where to eat and drink in Cheltenham

Refuel in the best bars, pubs and restaurants in Cheltenham, with help from our list.


The Boathouse Cafe
For a spot of lakeside lunch.

Found on the edge of the boating lake in the pretty Pittville Park, The Boathouse Café serves coffees, sandwiches and ice creams from a quiet corner of town. The perfect pick-me-up after rowing on the lake or a game of pitch and putt golf on the nearby course.


Flight Club Social Darts
Step up to the oche.

For a game of arrows without the arithmetic, make your way to Flight Club in the Brewery Quarter. Try your (throwing) hand at dart-based minigames with a screen above the board to walk you through your next shot, all while ordering cocktails and pizzas to your playing area.


Fine dining the West Country way.

Nothing says minibreak treat quite like a Michelin star meal. The husband-and-wife team behind Lumière received theirs thanks to a flair for well-balanced flavours and a pantry of fresh ingredients grown in their private kitchen garden. Make sure you book a table in advance to avoid disappointment.


The Beehive
Lunch like a local.

If it’s a good old-fashioned pub you’re after, you can’t go wrong with The Beehive. The traditional watering hole prides itself on its community feel and friendly atmosphere. With an open fire and two beer gardens it’s the perfect spot to enjoy your favourite tipple no matter what time of year.


No need to head out for a bite to eat. From hearty breakfasts to delectable evening meals, join us at Hardy's Restaurant for a delicious dining experience.

Joining us for two nights or more? Dine with us a second time and get 10% off the bill.

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