The Cheltenham Chase Hotel - A QHotel
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Great nights sleep, foggy in morning and didn't clear till after 3 in the afternoon. Easy day 15 miles and 3000 ft of ascent. Saw two really good forts. Walked through a very scenic park apparently owned by the vacuum guy(Dyson). B&B closed on arrival so sat in pub writing ...
B&B was ok in the end, smelt damp when I arrive. Took longer route along canal. Lots of ups and downs today and lots of long barrows including hetty peglers tump which you needed a torch for because you went in so far. Climbed tyndale beacon which got narrower and narrower as you got higher, not much space at the top. Weather good again, a bit cooler today ...
Glorious weather (to hot for some) all the tourist attractions were packed with visitors. The inn I stayed at last night were hopeless 08.30 breakfast meant that's when the chef got up, didn't get going till 10. 21 miles and 5000ft of ascent , I'm well and truly cream crackered, be glad of an easy 15 ...
Good nights sleep on nice soft bed. Got to chipping Camden at 09.30 very"hazy" and overcast, weather got better as day progressed and the afternoon was glorious. No cows but plenty of horses, came across two leaning on a gate waiting for me to open it, didn't fancy being trampled so it was over the gate for me. Loads of lambs that look like there at least a week old. 18 miles, 2500 ft of ...
... and then turned on the telly for the Wimbledon final. Very poor reception. We watched instead on James’ laptop, but had to top up our pay as you go account half way through. After Murray had won (YES!) we tried putting the TV aerial on the side of the boat instead of the top, and the reception was fine. We learn.
We will be heading for Bidford-on-Avon by Tuesday evening, so that we can go and sing in the folk club in the pub at Barton.
No boating ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Cheltenham Chase Hotel - A QHotel Brockworth
Refurbished - very nice
We stayed at the hotel for one night in February 2007 and found it to be very nice - hotel is refurbished and our room was lovely - in fact brand new really. Great TV and best bed ever! I would definitely recommend the hotel and it is a good base for visiting Cheltenham and surrounding places.
Stayed here at a conference in March 2007 and refurbishment appears all but done (probabl;y best to ask for a quite room still).
I was in a refurbished room and was was of a very high standard indeed. The Food, at breakfast, in the restaurant and at the conference was excellent.
Gym facilities are good and I'd certanly go there on personal travel....IF there was anything to take me there. It's located slap bang between Chltenham and Gloucester and if you have business there you couldn't do any better. However other than being conveniently located for the hil locals chase cheese down (no; really!) ther's not a lot to do.
Ideal for a conference, the races or a quiet weekend away. One the builders finally depart you'd struggle to better it.
Stayed here in late January as part of our company Christmas bash (don't ask)
Quite nice actually
After what was probably the most impersonal check-in ever, the room was clean, well equipped and in a quiet location which i made a point of requesting after other reviewers comments regarding building work. Breakfast ok but usual hot buffet with coldish food, plenty of choice though. Check out was equally impersonal with no enquiry as to how my stay was (same grumpy receptionist who checked me in) Complimentary water & magazines nice touch, room service a complete rip off. £6.99 for a sandwich plus £3 tray charge is best avoided! The new owners are throwing money at the place, it should be compete early 2007 apparently although there is little evidence that work is in progress as they seem to be keeping the noise down!
For reasons I wont bore you with, I booked into this hotel at circa 2pm, stayed about an hour, travelled to Bolton to watch the match v Chelsea and then returned to the hotel at circa 2am, booking out after breakfast! Even given this rather unorthodox usage, i could see there was plenty of room for improvement!
We had a king deluxe double room for a weekend break. You don't expect much of a holiday in a wet November weekend but the best things that have been said by previous reviewers certainly were very true.
The bedrooms are very large and thankfully have decent sized televisions with teletext and sky sport news.
We booked a double room at the hotel through Late Rooms.com for £66 including breakfast. We had a spacious, comfortable and well equipped room. The hotel is well located close to Cheltenham but set back from the busy main road. There was a good breakfast buffet offering a comprehensive hot and cold selection. We would definitely consider staying at the hotel again providing we could get another competitive rate.
We were going to stay in the Gloucester area for a couple of days and coincidentally received a mailing from this hotel offering a good rate for the time we wanted, so I booked it up. However the hotel did not inform me that the restaurant was being refurbished and that meals were being served in the bar area, which is open plan off Reception and a big downpoint (the refurbishment is evidently due to be completed by end September 2006).
Got a special deal through a laterooms website for £60 bed and breakfast. At this price, the hotel is reasonable value, but at its quoted rack rates of £120+ it is very poor value.