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Shannon Way, Ashcurch, Tewkesbury, GL20 8ND, United Kingdom – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and costs GBP 3 per 24 hours.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 15 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Score from 584 reviews Very good
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Score from 220 reviews Good
traffic noise from road
Overall experience was very good.
Long wait for food at dinner time.
Both the hotel and its next-door Brewer's Fayre eatery are very attractive and pleasant. The rooms are spacious and relaxing and the beds are good.
Premier Inn promote their Good Night Guarantee, which says that if you don't have a good night's sleep they'll give you your money back. In my case they had to refund two days out of three because I got two bad nights' sleep. There were two reasons: The duvet which made me far too hot but which I had to use because the only alternative was a single sheet, which was no good for late October; and also the electrical noise that went on all night. I asked the staff for help but they said there was nothing they could do. The man on reception said I should speak to his colleague in the morning (thereby condemning me to a second sleepless night) and his colleague, when asked, said that Premier Inn supply only the duvets for winter and the sheets for summer. She did move me to a different room, but the noise was actually slightly worse because the rear of Brewer's Fayre was right outside the window with all its rumbling refrigeration units. I got a reasonable night's sleep on day three more out of sheer exhaustion than anything else. Altogether, it became clear to me that the Good Night Guarantee is just a marketing ploy. Premier Inn take the hit on a minority of customers like me just to enjoy the sales boost from making the promise. But when you really have a problem you're shocked by how little they can offer. Another thing that surprised me was that I returned to the hotel after work to find my room not serviced and the corridor full of people servicing rooms. Someone knocked on my door at twenty to five (!) to ask me if I wanted my room serviced. She told me they had been rushed off their feet. Not good. At the risk of being a grouch I should also add the fact that Brewer's Fayre is often heaving with people at evening meal time. I had to wait two hours for a table on my final night (half term holiday). I'm torn because I like Premier Inn but these negatives have turned me off.
Well placed for exploring the Cotswolds. Extremely comfortable bed. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Breakfast in pub excellent and evening meal very good value and well prepared. Well done.
Nothing to declare
Bad road noise when window open.
Clean good bed Mistake in booking
cost £81 for 1 night no breakfast. poor tv very basic expensive WIFI
The location was ideal near the motorway but still near enough all the amenities in the town and the staff were extremely pleasant, efficient and hard working. We couldn't Fault it, would definitely stay in a premier inn again as it was our 1st experience!
The bed (huge, clean, comfy) The restaurant (good food, good value) The staff (friendly and helpful in the hotel and restaurant)
Car park was a bit difficult to find, better signage needed both from the road, then within the complex.
Staff, cleanliness and location.
No mirror over dressing table in room, and where there was a mirror there was no 3 pin plug for hair dryer.
Good restaurant adjacent.
As a Disabled traveller the staff went out of their way to help. Very pleasant, competent and friendly. Rooms large and clean.
Doors are heavy. Accessible room was at the end of a long corridor.
We had a family room (sleeping 4) which was extremely roomy with a comfortable day bed and truckle bed. Spotlessly clean facilities. We all tucked in to a delicious cooked breakfast next morning. All the staff at Tewksbury were very attentive and helpful.
Location straight off the Motorway....Close to town...Easy to live with..Nothing was too much trouble....
A little too warm in the room....
I can not fault the breakfast buffet. A fantastic spread, plus if you wanted something different the staff did their best to provide it.
Fans outside bedroom window kept me awake, however the rest of my family managed to sleep through.
Easy check-in. Receptionist very informative regarding meal deals.
One pillow not enough 2 pillows too high - had neck ache in morning.
Breakfast excellent, plenty of choice and well cooked.
room was clean and comfortable.
set on busy junction underneath power lines.
Room was fairly clean
Room was facing main road. Road noise all night
Comfortable beds, clean rooms. Breakfast decent and staff in hotel and pub friendly and helpful
Room a little hot and if window left open to cool room down the traffic noise was intrusive
Nothing too much trouble for the staff. Queries dealt with pleasantly and promptly.
Near a noisy road so couldn't have the window open. I have to say that I did know about the location beforehand.
It was clean and the staff on reception were pleasant and helpful
Solo female travellers according to the brochure are NEVER allocated rooms on the ground floor or at the end of corridors - my room was both. The brochure also states a certain brand of shower gel /soap is provided - it was something entirely different. Quite a lot of road noise.
Very efficient check in, large room and though the Brewers Fayre looked dubious it was great value for money, fast service and very friendly staff.
Having to keep the door shut to the windowless bathroom to ensure steam did not upset the smoke alarm. Result over time was a damp smelling bathroom. Car park could be noisy but the double glazing was efficient.
The TV was good and a good size
We were in a disabled room and everything was too low. I have a bad back and hip so this wasn't acceptable for me.
Small Double Bed, with uncomfortable mattress.
We were visiting friends in Tewkesbury for the weekend and wanted somewhere convenient and relatively inexpensive to stay, given we would be away most of the day. The Premier Inn is on the edge of town, close to the M5, clean, very comfy beds, quiet and superb value for money for a family of 4. The reception staff were very friendly and efficient. Breakfast next door was also very good for the price. Would stay again.
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