Our ethos as a pub is to serve the very best drinks we can get our hands on and being here in Gloucestershire, we have some of the best drinks in the world. Amazing local independent brewers, world-beating cider makers, spirits made by small independent local distilleries and a range of European and English wines focusing on taste and authenticity, including a range of superb natural wines to enjoy.

Let us bring the rich, diverse flavours of Thailand to your table. We’ll take you on a flavourful journey through the heart of Thailand. Here, every dish is a story, every flavour a memory. 

We hope you get the chance to visit us soon!

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We’d be really happy to welcome your party, group, meeting or celebration into our pub. We’ve a snug which can be used as a private area or you may wish to have space in our garden, take over our main room or even fill the whole pub. Food and drinks can be organised to suit your need so just drop us an email at manager@therailwaycheltenham.co.uk explaining what you’re after and we’ll be happy to help.

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The Railway
New Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3QL

Call us now on –  01242 522925
Email us now on –  manager@therailwaycheltenham.co.uk

The Railway is 5 minute walk from the centre of the regency spa town of Cheltenham. Located on the corner of new street and Knapp Road, half way between the museum and Waitrose supermarket, we are just a short walk from the promenade shops and the town centre bus station.

We also have our own car park at the back of the pub.


‘Not to be confused with the usual anglicised Thai offering, this is Thai at its absolute best’

Honeybourne Line

‘The food was to die for; so many different options and flavours all underpinned with that smokey taste you can only get from a bbq.’

Roo De Rennes

‘Exciting Thai menu! The food was great, very fresh and exciting. Highly recommended.’

Dean – Tripadvisor

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