Cheltenham horse racing
is a great day out for all. There are three
enclosures to choose from and from wherever you are guaranteed stunning
views of all the racing.
The Festival Week -15th to 18th March 2016
The Festival™ epitomises and encompasses everything that is great about Jump racing, whilst delivering an unbelievable occasion as the finest horses, jockeys, owners and trainers battle it out for the highest racing honours.
Late Availability Accommodation
for Festival 2016 Week
Lovely country home Bed and Breakfast offers guests a wonderfully
relaxing stay in the Cotswold of village of Aldsworth
Perfect GOLD CUP Accommodation
THE STABLE HOUSE, ALDSWORTH Stunning self contained Coach House ( sleeps 6 + )
( B&B / transport / dinner options available)
This lovely country home offers the perfect stay for Cheltenham Races - set in the unspoilt and friendly Cotswold of village of Aldsworth with the best of the racing pubs close by - Stay where the owners and trainers are based and enjoy the real Gloucestershire excitement that is Gold Cup week
Just off the A40 , Aldsworth is an easy run to the racecourse. Your host ( rated 5 star by Air B&B) is happy to sort out transport to and from the race course and also do drop offs/ pick ups from the pubs ! Our friendly village pub is just a short walk away too.
The spacious Coach House apartment offers a totally private and relaxing stay - perfect for groups of friends . Beautifully styled and recently renovated, the Coach House sleeps 6 / 7 easily – having 3 large bedrooms and bathrooms which all come with Wifi, TV’s, dressing gowns and all the little extras.
The huge Hayloft sitting room has a Smart TV, large corner sofa plus sofa bed and incorporates both a fully kitted kitchen and dining area. With its high vaulted ceiling, panelled walls and oak floor it’s the ideal area for socialising before and after your day at the races.......
Your host fills your fridge with local organic breakfast ingredients, but can provide a huge cooked breakfast from locally sources ingredients in the main house dining hall should you wish to be spoilt ....... also we can do post racing dinners by the fire should you be too tired to go out .
As a former racing guest put......... “ The accommodation, host and breakfast are a 10 out of 10 - and it’s great fun !””
xx Celebrate the best race meet of the year here at the Stable House xx
THE COACH HOUSE CAN BE BOOKED AS A WHOLE OR ON A ROOM BY ROOM BASIS:
PRICES £100 PER ROOM PER NIGHT.
THE COACH HOUSE – DETAILS
Up the traditional old outside steps from the garden is the stable door entrance into the Hayloft sitting room. Over 17ft long with a vast high beamed ceiling , this beautiful room has a large corner sofa and a double sofa ( which is handy sofa bed too). As well as wifi and large Smart TV, there is a lovely dining table and fully equipped kitchen ( oven , hob, dishwasher , 2 x fridges, washing facilities etc ).
Off the corridor from the sitting room are 2 x bedrooms – The Green Bedroom can be made up with either a superking or two singles and has its own shower room just next door to it ( perfect for the children and room for spare beds or cots). Next along is the wonderfully tranquil Red bedroom, having a queen size double ( or 2 singles ) with ensuite shower room – our showers are a great size, ones you can actually fit in !. At the end of the corridor and up a few steps you’ll find a gorgeous colonial style study area along with the luxurious Master Bedroom with its impressive superking bed and large ensuite bathroom with cast iron bath.
Prices at The Coach House £100 per room per night
THE STABLE HOUSE, Aldsworth, Gloucestershire, GL54 3QX
A Manor House of
Elegance and Tranquility
30 miles from Racecourse
Situated close to historic Stratford-Upon-Avon
and the Cotswolds. The pleasure of staying at this delightful
part Tudor manor house is like that of visiting a private home.
It is ideal for a family or a group of 3/5 people. Grade
II listed, the Old Manor stands in over three acres of landscaped
gardens on the edge of the village of Halford midway between
historic Stratford Upon Avon and the beautiful Cotswolds.
The main part of the house was built in the 16th and 17th
centuries. It is partly timbered with the remainder in honey-coloured
Cotswold stone and is owned by William and Jane Pusey. Jane
is a Cordon Bleu cook and if anyone has dietary requirements
she will cater for them.
The manor's gardens slope gently down to the River Stour where
you may fish if you bring your own rods. There is also a hard
The Old Manor House is open all year, has full central heating,
with no smoking in bedrooms. Each bedroom is equipped with
TV's and hair driers and children of all ages are welcome.
Dinner can be provided by arrangement and there are excellent
local pubs and restaurants.
The house is just 10 minutes by car from Stratford-upon-Avon, a few minutes away from Shipston-on-Stour, 15 minutes from Chipping Campden, and 45 minutes from Cheltenham Racecourse.
Double Occupancy from £100.00;
Single Occupancy from £70.00
Special Package Prices for longer stays and low season
Old Manor House, Halford, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire,
Town Street Farm, Tirley, Gloucestershire
10 miles from Cheltenham Racecourse
Town Street is a peaceful period residence on a 500-acre working farm (mainly Store cattle) with lush meadows leading down to the banks of the River Severn. These meadows are now part of the proposed 'Biodiversity Action Plan' to improve the habitat of otter, dragonflies and snipe that are found in our meadows, along with all the usual duck, curlew and other water meadow birds.
We Look Forward to Welcoming You to unique Abbots Grange
Nestled in the lea of Broadway hill this historically important, medieval monastic manor house stands in over eight acres of grounds at the centre of Broadway - one of the most beautiful villages in the Cotswolds.
Many well known characters have spent time at this Grade II* listed building drawing inspiration from its stunning architecture and location including Oscar Wilde, Claude Monet, Edwin Abbey, John Singer-Sargent, William Morris and Edward Elgar. Built in c1320, the house is fully centrally heated and each en-suite bedroom provides the latest modern amenities. All rooms include as standard Queen size four poster or twin beds, flat screen TV, DVD player, bottled spring water, tea/coffee making facilities, cotton sheets, bath robes, hair dryer and toiletries.
Abbots Grange is believed to be the oldest dwelling in Broadway and one of the oldest domestic/monastic properties in Worcestershire, built during the early part of the 14th Century as the summer manor for the Abbot of Pershore.
It is considered by the Institute of Archaeology to be one of the most important and best preserved English monastic manor houses with a rich and fascinating history. The house is catalogued and the architecture described in Pevsners ‘The Buildings of England’.
Romantic, monastic manor house
Beautiful Cotswold village of Broadway
Set in eight acres of private gardens & grounds
Perfectly located - 2 minutes walk from village shops
Luxury four poster and twin en-suite bedrooms
Medieval 'Great Hall'
Secure, private parking
Complimentary Wi-Fi broadband internet access
Tennis court and croquet lawn
Helicopter landing pad
Cotswold cream tea served on arrival in the 'Great Hall' (by arrangement/supplement applies)
Double or Twin En-Suite from £100.00 per night including breakfast.
Two & Three Night Special Breaks available, see our website for full details.
Cheltenham Gold Cup Week
Your private base in the Cotswolds - the romantic Abbots Grange is offered for a group (maximum 8) during Cheltenham Gold Cup week. The property provides a unique, private and intimate setting for entertaining while our team ensure a high level of personal service. With our roaring log fires, beautiful four- poster en-suite bedrooms, Great Hall and panelled, candlelit dining room you will enjoy an experience you will not find elsewhere.
Medieval in origin, the monastic manor house with its ‘Old English’ antique furniture and artworks and ancient oak beams is set in 8 acres of parkland grounds and gardens. Secluded, yet only 2 minutes walk from Broadway’s ‘picture perfect’ village high street with its delightful array of independent boutique shops, restaurants and inns.
We are able to provide a flexible package for the week, including as required, full service formal dining in our candlelit, panelled dining room and Champagne receptions in the Great Hall.
The property has its own helipad and the race course is a short circa 5 minute flight.
can be arranged via ‘Rotormotion’ with their fleet of six
Agusta 109 helicopters. Luxury chauffeur driven transport
to and from Cheltenham Racecourse is also available.
Room rates: GBP £350.00 per night on a B&B basis - min 4 night stay. To discuss your full requirements please call our reservations line on 02081 338698 or email us.
Church Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7AE
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