The Teddington Hands Inn - Teddington Hands Inn Pub

Welcome to the Teddington Hands Inn

Welcome to the online home of The Teddington Hands Inn, a country pub and restaurant near the Cotswolds village of Teddington,set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Please visit our local parish council website http://www.teddington-and-alstone-parish-council.org.uk .

We are only a few miles east of junction 9 of the M5 Motorway and a mere twenty-minute drive from the fashionable regency spa town of Cheltenham with its racecourse and world famous Cheltenham Festival. Indeed, our pub is situated only a few minutes from the Gloucestershire-Warwickshire Steam Railway. The railway itself leads directly into Cheltenham racecourse.

The Teddington Hands Inn is renowned throughout the area for our good food and real ales. The skittle alley was converted into a dedicated restaurant ten years ago and the exterior has recently undergone a complete redecoration at the same time as the kitchens being refurbished.

Please consult our 'Menus' page for our full range of dishes to suit all tastes and budgets. Please also see our entry at http://www.information-britain.co.uk

Please Note: All prices shown on our menus are subject to change.


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The Teddington Hands Inn,
Evesham Road,
Teddington,
Tewkesbury
GL20 8NE

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