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Welcome to Moreton-in-Marsh

Moreton-in-Marsh is one of the many historic market towns in the Cotswolds, situated just over 20 miles east of Cheltenham. A traveller's stopping point since the 3rd century AD, Moreton-in-Marsh has seen more than its fair share of English history, and has various rustic landmarks such as Curfew Tower and the White Hart Inn. The town also boasts numerous connections to the fantasy author J.R.R Tolkien, and its Bell Inn is thought to have been the inspiration for The Prancing Pony in The Lord of the Rings.

Be charmed by Cheltenham

Cheltenham holds the proud title of the most complete regency town in England, and is distinct in the way the traditional, historic architecture blends seamlessly with newer buildings. With the Cotswolds on its doorstep, this town has grown popular through its unique regency houses, racecourse, Ladies' College, and a calendar full of vibrant events.

Lose yourself in Bourton House Garden

A stunning three-acre formal garden surrounding a well-preserved 18th century manor house, Bourton House Garden is a locally beloved attraction an easy drive from Moreton-in-Marsh. Its magical Topiary Walk, tranquil White Garden, and the one-of-a-kind Shade House, not to mention the rustic splendour of the house itself, will have you remembering Bourton House and Garden for years to come.

Planning a trip to Moreton-in-Marsh? Travelodge Burford Cotswolds Hotel is a half-hour drive away, and Travelodge Cheltenham Hotel can be reached in 45 minutes.