From the 11th to the 14th of March, 2014, one of the world’s greatest equine sporting festivals is taking place in Gloucestershire. The famous Cheltenham Racecourse, host to one of Britain’s biggest and best horse racing events, will open its doors once more for four days of excitement, anticipation, drama and glory. The Cheltenham Festival.
People from all over the country, no, from all over the world come to Cheltenham in order to catch up with friends, party, splash out, drink and bet. So when people begin looking for accommodation for the Cheltenham Festival, it is swiftly apparent that Gloucestershire is fully booked.
This is, of course, unless you’re planning on going as a large group of, say, 12-24 people.
During the course of the Festival, Manor By The Lake in Cheltenham closes its doors to weddings, corporate dos and other occasions and reserves its gorgeous grounds for a group of up to 24 people with 12 different bedrooms for guests.
Finding high quality accommodation for the Cheltenham Festival is difficult, and prices rise exponentially during the Festival period. But with a large group of people that want to experience the emphatic Festival atmosphere that is imbued in every day of the Cheltenham races, staying at Manor By The Lake is affordable, and more than that, luxurious.
Stay for five nights in the exclusive destination that is Manor By The Lake. This exceptional building is hidden in the Cheltenham suburbs but once you’ve arrived, you’d think that you were out in the countryside, far away from the hustle bustle of urban life (also a convenient retreat following a hectic day at the races).
The Victorian Manor sits among seven acres of exceptionally well maintained garden and impressive greenery. Within the Manor there are modern home comforts aplenty, all tucked away and secreted within the shimmering shell of stylish, classical design.
Imagine, for five days and for five nights, Manor By The Lake being accessible to you and your friends exclusively. Now that makes for a Festival that you won’t forget.