Good Hotel Guide Review
In a Tudor manor house in the Cotswolds just across from Cheltenham Racecourse, this hotel with spa and 90 acres of grounds is both family and dog-friendly. There is a wide choice of bedrooms spread across the estate, some with four-poster and roll-top bath, all with minibar and espresso machine. Dog-friendly contemporary garden rooms have a private patio. You can dine in the panelled dining-room, or the brasserie, on pricey classic fare, perhaps a Barnsley chop from the grill, cep risotto, turbot with mussels in a champagne sauce. And where better for a Bloody Mary than in the galleried Great Hall with its diamond-paned casements, heraldic glass, roaring fire, and portraits of Tudor royalty?
61 (in main house, Ellenborough Park Gate, Mews and Woodland Court), 4 annexe rooms adapted for wheelchair.
Great Hall, restaurant (vegan menu), brasserie, spa (outdoor heated pool), in-room TV, private dining/meeting rooms, wedding licence, 90-acre grounds, alfresco dining, EV charging.
'relaxed, ambient' in public areas.
all ages welcome, extra bed £35. Min age 16 for spa. Children's menu.
allowed in some bedrooms, public areas (bed, treats, bowl, £3o a night), not in restaurant or Great Hall.
Amex, MC, Visa
B&B doubles from £269. À la carte £58 (vegan £50).