An elegant Cheltenham townhouse that’s perfect for a weekend getaway or as a bespoke private house party.
Book the bedrooms individually or go crazy and hire the whole place exclusively.
It’s an oasis of calm during the day….perfect for a relaxed meeting or get-together, or to settle down with a good book and a tipple from the honesty bar.
But for a truly unique experience, have the 13 bedrooms, drawing room, dining room and courtyard garden all to yourself. Light the fires, put the music on, invite 26 friends, turn up the music, get your own chef to produce a feast like no other and pour yourself a gin and tonic.
“The chic style of a hotel with the peace and privacy of a designer B&B.”
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No.38 The Park has a small number of parking spaces outside the front of the building. We also provide Tesla charging stations.
If these spaces are filled, we also provide our guests with permits that can be used on any of the adjacent roads, please enquire on check-in.
No. 38 The Park is perfect for a weekend break in the Georgian spa town of Cheltenham, with its independent shops, racetrack and restaurants like No 131 www.no131.com. Here’s the low down on a few of our favourite things to do nearby:
Cheer on your favourite horse at the Gold Cup at Cheltenham Racecourse, waterski backwards at Cotswold Water Park, do the doggie paddle in Cheltenham Lido, roar with the lions at Burford Safari Park, watch Polo at Cirencester Polo Club, visit the home of one of Henry VIII’s wives at Sudeley Castle
Shop in Cheltenham at the Union Project, Olive, Keith Scarrott or Pink Vintage
Oggle at the art in Cheltenham’s The Wilson Gallery
Shoot clays with Olympic coach Ian Coley, sing rugby songs whilst watching rugby at Gloucester Rugby Club
Collect seeds from Stanway House Gardens, run naked through Chastleton House Gardens or Hidcote Manor Gardens or climb the adventure playground at the home of Winston Churchill, Blenheim Palace