Roadchef Motorway Service Area M5 Motorway, Strensham, WR8 0BZ
The Days Inn hotel in Tewkesbury is 5 miles from Tewkesbury Town Centre and is within 16 miles of Cheltenham Racecourse. Our accommodation contains 48 en-suite rooms from £50 per room per night. Our Days Inn Tewkesbury hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck.
All of the rooms at our Days Inn are guaranteed to be clean, comfortable and fully equipped with quality made up beds, tea/coffee making facilities, a flat screen TV and an en-suite bathroom. On site our guests will also find free Wi-Fi access. In the morning of your stay, there will be a wide choice of breakfast options including everything from continental and full English breakfasts to coffee and snacks in Costa. To book your stay at our Tewkesbury accommodation, simply use our reservations form at the top left of every page. Once you're all booked in leave the paper work.
A splendid example of early construction with beautiful stone walls and pillars and an imacculately decorated ceiling. A bright and vibrant place given their huge coloured windows and elaborate design. Meander through the memorials, tombs and interesting facts that tell the story of the abbey through the ages. There is a gift shop on site with proceeds going towards the upkeep of this glorious building.
John Moor Museum
This venue offers a quirky and fascinating look at two specific areas. The first, a series of exhibits about the natural world and wildlife in the area by local John Moore. The second, a 15th century merchant's house complete with audio guide. If you have an hour or so to fill, why not head over and catch a glimpse of the past?!
The only exhibition centre in Tewkesbury offers a vibrant mixture of live shows, films, festivals and exhibitions ranging from choir workshops, puppet shows and art displays to the latest Star Wars movie and Elvis tribute acts.
Another one of the many historical exhibitions in the region showcasing a mixture of the trading development in Tewkesbury, right upto the events surrounding WW1. The photos from the past are a popular feature with an activity booklet to work through as you make your way around.
The Battle Trail
Given Tewkesbury's rich history, it would a shame not to learn more about the battle of Tewkesbury by taking the battle trail walk. Discover the story of Richard Duke of Gloucester and Edmund Duke of Somerst as you make your own way along the waymarked route.
Croft Farm Waterpark
The camping and caravan leisure site offers holidays and days out for fans of watersports, set around it's own lake which is suitable for windsurfing, sailing and canoeing. The spacious area features many on-site facilities including hot and cold meals in their log cabin, a bar and qualified instructors who can be booked for lessons and refresher courses.