As well as The Wheatsheaf Inn and No. 131, No. 38 The Park is part of the brilliant Lucky Onion Group of Cotswold pubs and hotels. The fine Georgian house, tucked away in a discreet, genteel part of Cheltenham, has been converted into a 13-room B&B. Here, everything is sensual and textured, from over-stuffed, velvet-padded headboards and mohair throws, to over-sized lamps and vast log baskets. Bathrooms are heaven, with underfloor heating and a mix of freestanding zinc baths and double showers. Attention to detail is outstanding, with the best-ever turndown service: for example, in winter, a mini flask of hot chocolate with home-baked cookies and a hot water bottle under your duvet. Breakfast in the contemporary, light-filled dining room is filled with continental delights from the counter and a selection of American pancakes, eggs anyway, and smashed avocado on sourdough toast from the menu.
Doubles from £95
+44 (0)1242 822929; theluckyonion.com
The racing at Cheltenham Racecourse, just a 10-minute walk away.
Head chef James Gordon will create & cook the perfect feast menu when you book the house exclusively for a party or family gathering.
Dunkerton’s organic cider is a summer favourite made using pure pressed juice from the organic fruit harvested at Dunkerton’s own orchards or from the organic orchards of local farms. Cheltenham’s shop will be opening in Summer 2018 https://www.dunkertonscider.co.uk/
CLAIM TO FAME
No. 38 hosts The Lucky Onion Supper Club, which not only provides outstanding food cooked by their own talented chefs, but also invites guest chefs such as Pierre Koffman and Yotam Ottolenghi.
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