About Cheltenham Spa Railway Station
Cheltenham Spa Railway Station is the central train station serving the large spa town of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. It was one of the first passenger train stations in Gloucestershire, opened in 1840 as part of the first ever railway to the town, the broad-gauge Cheltenham and Great Western Union Railway.
Visit charming Cheltenham
Cheltenham is known as a vibrant cultural hub of the Cotswolds, and it doesn’t take long in this beautiful spa town to realise why. With popular theatres like the Bacon and the Everyman, a huge selection of international bars and restaurants, and an active calendar of events including jazz, literature, and science festivals, Cheltenham is brimming with wonderful things to see and do.
Treat yourself at The Brewery Quarter
The Brewery Quarter is Cheltenham’s premier place for eating out, shopping, and simply taking some time out for yourself. Located in the bustling town centre in an attractive, modern building, the Brewery Quarter houses a great range of shops, restaurants, bars, and also has its own cinema and gym. The Brewery Quarter is always easy to find - standing opposite the towering, ancient spire of St Mary’s Minster.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Cheltenham Spa Railway Station? Travelodge Cheltenham Hotel is just a five-minute drive away, and Travelodge Gloucester Hotel can be reached in 20.