Just come back from a three night stay at No 131 which was amazing all round. We were given Room 5 as an upgrade from our original room which was deemed too small and stuffy for us (my wife is heavily pregant) by Eva which was a lovely touch before we had even booked in !!
The room was lovely, nice size and beautifully decorated as is the whole hotel. The attention to detail in the decor is very evident.
The bathroom was amazing with two showers and lovely big and bright.
The turn down service was great and we stopped having puddings at dinner time due to the lovely cookies on offer as part of it along with the hot chocolate.
Parking in the road round the back was easy with the parking permit, plenty of spaces available.
Perfectly located for the town centre and also for the Cheltenham Food Festival which is a must if visiting in June.
Noise from the outside seating area below wasn't a great issue over the whole weekend even though we were directly above.
If you like artisan lagers then you must try the Bobby Beer that is available on draught.
We ate in the restaurant on the Saturday evening (book early as it is very popular) and the food was amazing. The most difficult part is deciding what to have from the menu.
All in all a wonderful place and highly recommended. We shall return when we can.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- No.131 is a Georgian Townhouse set on the promenade in the heart of Cheltenham. A home from home, classic on the outside, contemporary British on the inside. On the upper ground floor you'll find the elegant restaurant, bar and drawing rooms with 11 individually designed and spacious bedrooms gracing the floor above. The epitome of relaxed luxury, each feature sumptuous Egyptian bed linen, beautiful 100 Acres products and either roll top baths or walk in showers. Choose a grand Georgian bedroom overlooking Cheltenham's leafy gardens or a cosy hideaway with an antique Rogeat Lyon rolltop bath hidden in the eaves. Created by interior designer and owner Georgie Pearman, every detail has been accounted for with Egyptian cotton bed linen from Three Thieving Magpies, unique pieces of furniture and original artworks from William Kentridge, David Hockney, Sir Peter Blake, Banksy and Henry Hudson. Each room blends classic comforts with modern essentials. All rooms come with iPod docks, Nespresso machines, HD TV, Sky, and a mini-bar stocked with treats from local farmers and producers Our produce throughout is carefully sourced from British suppliers as close to home and Organic where possible, handpicked by our passionate Chefs. Whether it's an indulgent supper you're enjoying or a comforting brunch, the fresh ingredients bring the dishes to life. Downstairs discover our courtyard gardens and bar, our own little Den of iniquity, strong house cocktails, strong liquor and relaxed dining from breakfast, lunch until late. ... more less
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