Every year Wychwood Festival attracts more than 100 artists – musicians and comedians, and every year it hosts Britain cast of legends.
Great food, idyllic camping beneath the Prestbury Hills, Real Ale Festival and over 100 workshops for all ages.
Cheltenham Spa is the nearest train station to the festival, and there are direct lines from all major UK cities, including London, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Buses run daily, regularly from the town centre.
Beaumont House in Cheltenham has beautifully designed bedrooms and free Internet access, surrounded by a spacious garden.
Free parking area and the town’s centre is only 15 minutes walk away.
Beaumont House Hotel is a breath of luxury; highly recommended and awarded with Enjoy England’s Gold Certificate.
This festival was launched by a group of enthusiasts in 2005 and gained a national reputation very quickly.
Mainly due to an exciting music programme and creative workshops.
It’s was described as an excellent mix of the best UK festivals in the magazine Time Out.
The first year, the Wychwood festival reached the top 7 festivals of the summer list made by the Sunday Times.
Together with great music performers, 2006 brought comedy to the programme along with late-night entertainment.
After that, Wychwood Festival received three more nominations at the UK Festival Awards.
Following years became increasingly successful, and the festival received several awards for its programme, organisation and overall atmosphere.
In 2014, the line-up included The Stranglers, Levellers, Bad Manners, Paul Ewing, while the Hobgoblin tent hosted amazing bands selected by BBC radio stations.
In 2014 they returned to their popular Beer Festival and continued to grow with the Kids Literature Festival.