The Colesbourne Inn

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Colesbourne
Cheltenham
Cotswolds
Gloucestershire
England
GL53 9NP

The Colesbourne Inn, Cheltenham

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The Colesbourne Inn is an old coaching Inn set in the picturesque Cotswold countryside, dating back to 1827, with 2 twin bedded, 2 double and 4 four poster en suite bedrooms. All rooms, which are elegantly and comfortably furnished, have freeview television and internet access, as well as the usual teacoffee making facilities, etc. The proprietorchef, Richard Johnson, caters for all tastes by providing a traditional Inn menu in the bar along with finer cuisine in the restaurant.

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