Self catering holiday cottage in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, UK.

9 Mill Bank is a bijou, 16th Century cottage lying alongside the River Avon close to Tewkesbury Abbey, in one of Gloucestershire's most picturesque, medieval settings. Its unique location disguises its close proximity to the heart of the town and the full range of facilities and attractions available. Recently refurbished and retaining many original features, it offers both comfort and convenience in an "olde worlde" setting. With outstanding, uninterrupted views over the Severn Ham to the Malvern Hills, this is the ideal place to relax and "chille oute".

Self-catering. Sleeps 2 + 1.

Ground floor: (approx. 10'x18') Lounge with sofa/bed and kitchenette, including Art Nouveau range with open fire. Steep, curving stairs leading to ~

First floor: (approx. 9'x16') Double bedroom with half-bath and door leading to toilet with hand basin.

Please note that access could be difficult for disabled persons.

Services include

Services include storage heaters, TV/DVD, free WiFi, compact cooker, microwave and fridge. Electricity included in tariff.

Parking - free on street parking close by and a free permit is available for the nearby pay and display car park. Sorry, no pets.

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2013 Prices

2014 Nightly Tariff £60 per night (excluding*)
Single night surcharge £10
* Cheltenham Gold Cup (March 10, 11, 12, 13, & 14) £90 per night
* May 31 - August 29 (excluding Tewkesbury Medieval Festival see below) £65 per night
* Tewkesbury Medieval Festival (July 11, 12, & 13) £70 per night
* Cheltenham ‘The Open’ (November 13, 14, 15, & 16) £80 per night
* Christmas & New Year (December 13 ~ January 1 ‘15) £70 per night
2014 Weekly Tariff only available for Saturday bookings
January 4 ~ March 28 (excluding ‘Gold Cup’) £295 per week
March 29 ~ May 30 £345 per week
May 31 ~ August 29 £395 per week
August 30 ~ October 31 £345 per week
November 1 ~ December 12 (excluding ‘The Open’) £295 per week

Additional Options

A deposit of 50% of the total tariff is required, to make a booking.

A returnable surety of £25 is also required, to cover for any loss or damage.

Please note that the cancellation of a booking will result in loss of deposit. Any cancellation, without the presentation of a medical certificate, within 4 weeks of the start date of the booking, may also result in the loss of tariff.

  • Electricity is included
  • Linen/towels: £12 per bed/per week
  • Smoking: Outside please, weather permitting; no smoking upstairs
  • Grocery Service: We can arrange for shopping to be delivered on arrival.
  • Sorry, no pets

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About Tewkesbury

Whilst being a thriving riverside town, Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire is a living Museum of Tudor architecture and social history spanning over 500 years and in 1964 The Council of British Archaeology listed it amongst 57 towns "so splendid and so precious that the ultimate responsibility for them should be of national concern".

Shopping

Tewkesbury offers a good selection of speciality shops, antique shops, tea and coffee shops, inns, pubs and restaurants.

Leisure

Golf, tennis, horse riding, cycling, bike hire, bowling and angling are all available nearby. Boat trips are available throughout the main holiday season.

Nearby Attractions

The Cotswolds, Stratford upon Avon, Worcester, Cheltenham, Gloucester, The Forest of Dean and The Malvern Hills. A variety of local inns and restaurants are all within easy walking distance.

  • Nearest Railway Station: Ashchurch (2.5 miles), half mile past junction 9, M5. There is a regular bus service to and from the station.
  • Nearest Bus Stops: The Crescent, Church Street by the Abbey and at the far end of the High Street.

Events

Every year Tewkesbury plays host to thousands of Medieval re-enactors who come to the town for the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival, a fantastic, free event which climaxes each day with a full scale re-enactment of the Battle of Tewkesbury of 1471. More information can be found at the Tewkesbury Medieval Festival web site.

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