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Welcome to The Cheltenham Chase Hotel - QHotels

Address: Shurdington Rd,, Brockworth, GL3 4PB

Hotel Description

Situated at the foot of the Cotswold Hills, The Chase Hotel offers modern rooms and free parking. Just a 20-minute drive from Cheltenham Racecourse, it features a leisure club and spa. The spacious rooms have en suite bathrooms, free Wi-Fi and a plasma-screen TV. Rooms also offer seating space, a work desk and tea and coffee-making facilities. The Reflections Leisure Club features an indoor swimming pool, hot tub and fully-equipped gym with personal trainers. There is also a beauty salon, offering an extensive range of spa treatments. The Hardy’s Restaurant serves an international menu, with impressive views over Cooper’s Hill. The Hunter’s Bar and Lounge serves a traditional bar menu in a casual setting. Cheltenham city centre is 5 miles from the building. Gloucestershire Airport can be reached in 10 minutes by car, and Cotswold Hill Golf Club is just 3 miles away.

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Brickhampton Court Golf Complex - Gloucester - Golf

Brickhampton Court Golf Complex - Gloucester - Golf

Distance 3.7 miles (5.91 km)
Brickhampton Court Golf Complex was created in 1994 by Creed Golf & Leisure Ltd, a company owned by a local family who have maintained a keen interest in ensuring its development into a golfing centre of true quality. The courses were designed by Simon Gidman, a member of the British Institute of Golf Course Architects and respected as a designer of challenging and attractive golf courses that offer a fair test to golfers of all abilities. Set in 200 acres of rolling Gloucestershire countryside the complex enjoys the benefit of no steep hills and thus energies can be directed towards the golf and not scaling the peaks!

Gloucester Centre - Town Centre

Gloucester Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.53 miles (7.25 km)
Gloucester is an important inland port on the River Severn, linked by canal to the docks at Sharpness 16 miles away. Roman Legions established a fortress here in AD43. Today the city's main roads still follow the pattern of the original roman roads designed by the daughter of Alfred the Great. Gloucester's main attractions are the House of "The Tailor of Gloucester" where you can view each and every episode of the famous Beatrix Potter tale, 2003 being the 200th anniversary of the story being published. The East Gate viewing chamber, Gloucester Cathedral which was founded 1300 years ago and which some younger visitors will recognise as "Hogwarts".

Cheltenham Centre - Town Centre

Cheltenham Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.83 miles (7.73 km)
A cultural centre of international repute, Cheltenham provides a wide range of entertainment for visitors to enjoy, including excellent theatre, music, dance and comedy. Gustav Holst, the composer of The Planets Suite, was born here and a visit to the Holst Birthplace Museum is highly recommended. Famous people to have visited Cheltenham include Handel, Samuel Johnson, the Duke of Wellington, Princess Victoria, Lord Byron and Jane Austen. Cheltenham is a place of fine regency buildings, wide tree-lined avenues,beautiful parks, scenic lakes, spacious lawns and manicured gardens.