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Cheltenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the heart of the stunning Cotswolds sits Cheltenham, one of Britain’s most handsome Regency spa towns. Complete with historic buildings, fine parks, shops, galleries, restaurants and open spaces that host beautiful walks along the Cotswold Way, tourists gather from all around the world to visit one of England’s most elegant destinations.

The location of Dean Close is an added bonus for its visiting parents. Just a short walk from the School lies the centre of town with its picturesque Montpellier Gardens, home to Cheltenham’s famous festivals of jazz, literature, science, music, food and performing arts and close by, the Victorian Everyman Theatre hosts musical events and productions from all around the country.  The most famous landmark is probably Cheltenham’s Race Course with its Festival Gold Cup taking place in March each year.

Surrounded by gloriously green countryside, Cheltenham is close to many pretty Cotswold towns and villages including Winchcombe, which is home to the great 15th century Sudeley Castle and Gardens.

Our School is set in its own 50 beautiful acres where all pupils, from age 2-18, are educated and housed on one enclosed site.  A mixture of stately Victorian architecture and aesthetically designed, modern buildings allow Dean Close to successfully combine its traditional values with its modern approach and state-of-the-art facilities.