The Spa at Ellenborough Park
A luxury destination in the heart of the Cotswolds overlooking Cheltenham racecourse. The Country Retreat, provides guests with first class service and warm hospitality. Facilities include fine and brasserie dining, country sports, outdoor swimming pool and an Indian-themed spa, all within 90-acres of relaxing countryside.
The Spa at Ellenborough Park
Offers a range of relaxing and invigorating treatments using Babor products. Bathed in relaxing rich red colour scheme, the Indian-themed spa features seven unisex treatment rooms with private iPods, including a twin treatment room for couples. Guests can relax in the hydrotherapy pool, or if they’re feeling more energetic they can use the fitness suite and outdoor swimming pool, which is heated to 28-30 degrees.
No spa visit would be complete without an extensive range of luxury treatments, and here at Ellenborough Park we like to think that we have some of the best available in the area. Seven beautifully spacious treatment rooms, some of the exclusive range of BABOR products, a company which has over 50 years of heritage in providing advanced skincare.
Signature Treatments – Journey Rituals
Ellenborough Park Hotel has 62 bedrooms, designed in a traditional country house hotel style by interior designer Nina Campbell. These are spread across four locations – the Main House, The Mews, Ellenborough Gate and Woodland Court – offering a superb mix of original and new.
Guests may choose from traditional, classic, luxury, tower rooms and four suites. These are named after famous National Hunt racehorses in honour of the hotel’s close relationship with Cheltenham Racecourse; Arkle Suite, Istabraq Suite, Kauto Star Suite and Stormyfairweather Suite. Bedrooms are available for families and for guests who wish to bring dogs. Rooms with disabled access are also available.
Restaurants and Bars
The Beaufort Dining Room serves an à la carte menu crafted by head chef David Kelman, who sources local ingredients for his signature dishes, giving guests a taste of Cotswolds cuisine. The Dining Room features the original centuries-old stone fireplaces and stained glass windows, giveing the room a regal and medieval atmosphere. The Brasserie offers informal dining to residents and non-residents. Afternoon teas are served in The Great Hall, a huge oak panelled and beamed room with a beautiful blue and gold decorative ceiling.
The hotel is perfectly positioned within close proximity to a wide range of activities, including the world famous Cheltenham racecourse. On site leisure facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a fully equipped fitness suite. Further afield, guests can visit many Cotswolds tourist attractions such as stately homes and National Trust properties, or enjoy a wide range of activities including: