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No 38 The Park, Cheltenham

38 Evesham Road, Cheltenham GL52 2AH, UK
No 38 The Park Review
4 Star Rating
9 February 2016No 38 The ParkTags: Cheltenham, UK, Boutique reviewsThe Bill: £280 per night

No 38 The Park is just a short walk from the centre of Cheltenham. It’s a striking boutique hotel with a beautiful Regency façade that just invites you to the front door. It’s a small hotel with just a handful of bedrooms, adding to the warm, homely feeling of the hotel. After ringing the doorbell we were greeted with a warm smile and taken through a swift check-in.

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We were then shown to our room, which was an “Excellent Room” situated on the ground floor. As soon as we entered the room we were struck by how spacious and beautifully designed it was. Each bedroom at No 38 is individually decorated with a blend of classic and modern furnishings, they feature some unique and interesting pieces of art, and have some wonderful bespoke features. The bed was huge, and came complete with a wonderful collection of pillows and cushions. There was a TV was placed at the foot of the bed and at the touch of a button it raised from its enclosed unit.

“We were struck by how spacious and beautifully designed it was.”

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We loved the high ceilings, which are few and far between these days. The bedroom also included an espresso machine, a wealth of teas and coffees, a tea pot which we made good use of, and a mini bar filled with exciting offerings. Moving into the bathroom through the double doors, which indeed is a room of its own. The standalone bathtub is the highlight of the bathroom, and it sits in-between his and hers wash basins. The room is complete with a charming antique sofa and a walk-in shower. The toilet was located in a separate room at the other side of the bedroom.

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Lighting and temperature for the room can be controlled from a handheld device at the side of the bed which is a nice touch. The hotel also has a couple of relaxing rooms where one can sit and read. There is also an impressive honesty bar where you will find everything you could possibly need, all within the surroundings of this beautiful Georgian townhouse. The hotel doesn’t have its own restaurant, but it is just a short walk to the town centre where you can find The Tavern. If walking isn’t for you the hotel offers a complimentary taxi service. No 38 The Park offers something a little different and we had a fantastic experience.

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