At the foot of Harp Hill near the junction with Hales Road. The Hewlett Arms is still successfully trading but it is now known as ‘The Hewlett’. It has a distinct country pub feel about it with pleasant outdoor drinking areas.
Cheltenham Original Brewery were the outright owners of the Hewlett Arms in 1891 and it remained in their pub estate for many years. Classified and licensed as a beer house it had an annual rateable value of £17.0s.0d. in 1903 which was still the same twelve years later in 1903.
Landlords at the Hewlett Arms include:
1891,1903,1926 John Shemmal Green
1939 William E. Green
? Muriel Green (Muriel, landlady at the pub for 13 years, celebrated her 100th birthday in Sept. 2003)
1975 Harold Gould (chairman of the Cheltenham Licensed Victuallers Association)
2000 Jim and Maria Jennings
2003 Dennis Reddicliffe