We visited the Hotel du Vin in Cheltenham on Saturday for lunch, we stayed all afternoon and the food ambience and service were exemplary. We have a ladies day out each year and the one male who comes with us always tries to pick somewhere we havent tried before, we let him because he pays! His choice this year at the Hotel du Vin was great, we mostly had different choices for starters and would recommend the French onion soup highly it was delicious. I chose fish for my main and that was also lovely served with a salad which was perfect for me. The steaks were also thoroughly enjoyed by those who chose them. We didnt really have room for dessert although i forced myself to try the blackberry sorbet which didnt disappoint, we finshed with coffee and hot chocolates. The staff were so obliging and kept the drinks flowing without being obtrusive ! we had such a nice afternoon and will certainly visit again in the future . The hotel du vin is quite pricey but is so worth it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Formerly the Carlton Hotel and located in the chic Montpellier district of this historic spa town. Hotel du Vin Cheltenham offers forty nine bedrooms and suites, all decorated in inimitable Hotel du Vin style. The wonderfully spacious public areas centered around a showpiece spiral staircase, include a trademark Bistro with extensive al fresco dining, both a Champagne and Sinners Enclosure Bar, beauty treatment rooms and private dining rooms. The general manager is Tom Ross. ... more less
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