No 38 The Park
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
No 38 The Park is in the heart of Cheltenham, walking distance from Holst Birthplace Museum and Pittville Park. This 4-star bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Pitville Pump Room and Cheltenham Town Hall.
Make yourself at home in one of the 13 guestrooms featuring minibars and DVD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include phones, as well as complimentary newspapers and coffee/tea makers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.
Food & Drink
Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Continental breakfasts are available for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, luggage storage, and laundry facilities. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
Booked for bed and breakfast the day before arrival and we were upgraded as the hotel was not full, we stayed on weekdays. We stayed on the top floor in room 11 which was very hot and stuffy as it was 30 degrees but they provided a very powerful fan so it was okay and I guess the whole hotel was like this in the heat! I appreciate that the structure of the building would not allow for an aircon system to be installed as it is not a purpose built hotel so this likely can’t be avoided. The room was lovely, very large and the bathroom had a walk in rainfall shower too. The WiFi in the room was excellent and free, strong enough to stream HD videos with no issue so that was a plus as most hotels have below average WiFi. In the rooms there are brochures with ideas for days out in the Cotswolds and the surrounding areas which is very useful if you haven’t planned your trip.
The whole hotel is amazingly decorated and feels very traditionally British, you get a kind of family feeling when you’re there, it’s very cosy. The quality of the furnishings, decor and appliances is top quality, you can tell the restoration and interiors have been well through through with care and quality in mind.
The location is amazing too! About a 5 minute walk to the town centre and surrounding neighbourhoods which is very picturesque, the hotel itself is opposite a park in a very sought after area so it feels very safe to walk around late at night too.
About a 10 minute walk into town is The Tavern which is owned by the same company The Lucky Onion which had amazing food so I highly recommend that if you’re looking for a casual place to eat.
The only reason I gave this 4* and not 5* was because the breakfast selection wasn’t amazing but the quality of what was on offer was great and there was an issue with my bill when checking out as a member of staff insisted I owed money but I had paid in full but a senior member of staff sorted this for me. The throw that was on the bed was a little tatty although I’m sure it was very expensive and the house keeping staff didn’t not make the beds properly and replace the throws and pillows. I think a hotel deserves 5* when little touches like this are thought of. One little touch I did like was the ladies sanitary products in the bathroom in a little cotton bag which I’ve never seen in a hotel so this was brilliant.
There was limited parking which I see being an issue when the hotel is full too but this can’t be avoided when the land space doesn’t allow for a bigger carpark to be made.
Whether you’re going for birthday celebrations with a group of friend, a romantic getaway with your partner or a mini family break, No.38 is ideal.
The food by Chef James was delicious, the service was amazing & the rooms were so uniquely stunning.
Me and my partner stayed here for 1 night recently and it was a lovely little hotel in a great location! Walking distance to Cheltenham and opposite Pittville Park. The hotel itself is beautifully decorated, the lady who checked us in was absolutely lovely and kindly upgraded our room for no extra cost. The room had a huge roll top bath, a coffee machine, a fridge and sky tv. We were given the option of a morning tray which was mini croissants and orange juice delivered to the room at no extra cost and a newspaper.
The hotel is quite small which is great as it’s lovely and quiet. I wasn’t over impressed with breakfast, as the room rate only includes continental which included fruit, pastries and cereals. All cooked breakfast was an extra cost which was a shame. Would stay here again though. Lovely hotel.
We were able to check in early to this lovely hotel during our visit to the Cotswolds. All of the rooms in this Georgian townhouse are uniquely and elegantly furnished. We were greatly warmly and able to park directly in front of the building. An upgrade to a large room with a claw foot tub in the bedroom was much appreciated and the toiletries were of the highest quality with scented salts furnished for the bath. The room came complete with a kettle and tea pot as well as a Nespresso coffee maker. There was a mini bar in the room along with an “honesty bar” on the main floor where you can make your own cocktail. The continental breakfast was exceptional with fresh fruits, pastries, cheeses and more, along with a chef to prepare you hot items, if desired.
The location is directly across from the large and beautiful historic Pittville Park and within walking distance to the lively center of town and the Everyman Theater.
I honestly have no negative comments to make about No. 38. Everything was perfect, the bulding was surprisingly quiet and we had a very relaxating two nights stay there.
I would highly recommend it for a romantic getaway, brief stay or an event.
We stayed here 15 years ago for our wedding night, and returned 15 years later for our anniversary,
This place is beautifully decorated but you also get a homely feel, we felt extremely at ease here.
We were made to feel super welcome from the moment we walked in.
Amy was a fantastic hostess just perfect not over the top in any way but very friendly. She gave us a quick tour of bits and bobs around hotel and extras and really wanted us to have a perfect stay, and that’s what we got. (Amy’s wages need to be doubled ;-))
Breakfast was so colourful and fresh, one of the best Almond crossiants I’ve ever had.
Not sure what grade room we had but it had a free standing bath, which was really deep and the bath products are incredible. The bed was comfy and the sheets are exquisite. There is a Nespresso machine and a tea pot with tea cosy which is a nice touch of homelyness.
In the morning they bring a tray of freshly squeezed orange juice and a small crossiant which is a treat to have in bed!
All in all we had a lovely time and won’t be leaving it another 15 years before we come back again.
Dan and Carrie Norman