One night’s bed and breakfast at this outstanding four-star hotel would normally cost £60 per person per night, but with our offer you and a partner will pay just £35* each.
You will be able to enjoy all the hotel’s excellent facilities – including complimentary use of the hotel’s excellent BodySense health and leisure club, which features a 15-metre indoor swimming pool, spa bath, steam room, sauna, solarium, high tech gymnasium and beauty treatment rooms. You may choose to dine in its delightful Lakeside Restaurant, which enjoys superb views across the beautiful grounds.
The Cheltenham Park Hotel is perfectly placed to explore the historic towns and villages of the Cotswolds, as well as the region’s many attractions, including Cheltenham Racecourse, Sudeley Castle and Gardens, Blenheim Palace and Westonbirt Arboretum.
For more details of this and other packages or to book, please contact Hotel Reservations on 01242-222021, quoting Accountancy Age.
And don’t forget you can win a stay a the hotel by taking part in this year’s Accountancy Age/Robert Half Finance & Accounting salary survey. Click here to take part.
*Offer price of £35 per person per night (based on two sharing) valid until August 31, 2003, subject to availability. Those booking Saturdays must stay two nights. A single supplement of £10 per night applies.
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