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Tel code: 01452 | code search
Postcode: GL51 | code search
Population: 1000
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Staverton lies 4 miles north-east of Gloucester. The land has been used mainly for arable farming and the greater part of it lay in open fields until enclosure in 1803, the Manor was owned by Deerhurst Priory until the Dissolution after which the land was held by mainly freeholders; it was said to be good for corn but not for meadow. Orchards were a prominent feature around the houses but by the 1960`s most were no longer in cultivation. Part of the village was called Reynolds Tenements in 1387. The road running north-east to Cheltenham existed by the C14th for by 1325 a bridge had been built over the Hatherley Brook to replace the ford. The oldest surviving house in the village, called 'Old Manor' is a timber-framed house next to the church in the mid-19th century the house was converted to two cottages but in 1964 it was again restored to a single house. Other buildings near the church date from the C19th, they include Staverton House a large stuccoed house of the early C19th; Lower Court Farm, south east of the church, probably dates from the C17th. There was a church here by 1297, the Church of St.Catherine (formally called St.John the Baptist) is of stone and brick with a Cotswold stone roof, the proportions and position of the tower give the church an unusual appearance. The tower has undergone considerable alterations, the battlements date from 1712, the church was restored between 1879 & 1885.

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Cheltenham Regency Hotel (1.00 miles)

Cheltenham Regency Hotel

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Both location and style make this hotel the perfect choice for a relaxing stay or a convenient setting for your business needs. The hotel has 49 en suite bedrooms and ample free ... More

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Briarfields Motel & Tourer Park (1.60 miles)

Briarfields Motel & Tourer Park

Briarfields is a family owned Hotel and Touring Camping Site. Our campsite is OPEN ALL YEAR situated just 2.5 miles from Regency Cheltenham Town Centre and 6 miles from Historic Gloucester. Our hotel and ... More | visit website

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White Lodge (1.71 miles)

White Lodge
Welcome to our home. White Lodge is over 100 years old, with a lovely garden in which guests are welcome to wander at will. It is conveniently located 2 miles west of Cheltenham town centre ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Cheltenham West (2.11 miles)

Premier Inn Cheltenham West
Ideally located within easy reach of the M5 and A4019. Local attractions include the Cotswolds. For shops and local amenities Cheltenham town centre is only 3 miles away. Our Cheltenham West Premier Inn has everything you'd ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Cheltenham (2.15 miles)

Travelodge Cheltenham

Located on the A40, just 1 mile south of Cheltenham Spa, the Gateway to the Cotswolds, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for getting to Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury and the surrounding ... More | visit website

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Hatherley Manor Hotel (2.32 miles)

Hatherley Manor Hotel
This Elegant 17th century manor house nestling in rolling green countryside is located within extensive mature gardens and grounds on the edge of the Cotswold

Hatherley Manor has undergone a major refurbishment, including a complete overhaul ... More | visit website
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Burlington House (2.34 miles)

Burlington House

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BURLINGTON HOUSE is a tastfully refurbished Victorian house situated less than 1 mile from junction 11 of the M5 motorway and half a mile from ... More

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Carter Road Short Stay (2.34 miles)

Carter Road Short Stay

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A spacious light and airy semi detached house offering 2 twin rooms and 1 single with shared bathroom, sitting room, kitchen/diner. Fully equipped kitchen for warming meals. Comfortable sitting room ... More

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Premier Inn Cheltenham Central (2.49 miles)

Premier Inn Cheltenham Central
Ideally located within easy reach of the M5 and A40. Local attractions include Cheltenham museum, art gallery and Cheltenham racecourse. In the heart of Cheltenham, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to ... More | visit website
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Bridge House (2.54 miles)

Bridge House

We are a family run custom built bed and breakfast, with 5 en-suite rooms and ample off-road parking. Conveniently situated on the A40 giving easy access to the Railway Station, Town Centre, G.C.H.Q. and the ... More | visit website

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