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OVERVIEW

Stylish, spacious Tewkesbury Park is an impressive mansion, beautifully set in its own golf course on the southern side of Tewkesbury. The elegant main building dates from the 18th-century; more recent additions include a leisure annex with swimming pool, sauna, hot tub, dance studio, tennis courts and more, and a large wing for weddings, private parties and meetings. A supremely comfortable venue, the hotel has Nordic-style furnishings in a pleasing harmony of browns and blues and big windows for wonderful, eye-stretching views. Two large lounges, a restaurant serving a seriously tasty medley of British and Indian cuisine and 93 generously sized bedrooms complete the picture. Wherever you are here, the panoramic views are mesmerising - whether from the large lounge, the restaurant and orangery or the bedrooms.

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THE REVIEW

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Set atop a gentle hill, the hotel commands magnificent panoramas across the Cotswolds and the Malvern Hills. It is within walking distance of the pretty, if undersung, centre of Tewkesbury, with its cafes and striking black-and-white architecture.

By car: around an hour's drive from Bristol and 2 hours 30 minutes from London and Manchester. Free parking on-site.

By train: direct trains to Cheltenham Spa run from Bristol (40 minutes) Birmingham (40 minutes) and London (2 hours). The hotel is a 15-minute drive away. thetrainline.com

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

The hotel has been cleverly designed to max out natural light and the property's stupendous views - there are even corridors with big windows. The mood is set by the big, bright reception area with a glass ceiling and steps leading up to a chill-out bar area. Furnishings are Scandi-chic, with comfy wingback chairs, lots of cushions, and sofas in soft blues, browns and yellows.

THE FACILITIES

The staff seem seem infectiously happy to be here, and there's a terrific range of facilities, particularly for outdoor activities, including two golf courses, tennis and squash courts and a leisure annex with an outdoor sauna and hot tub as well as an indoor pool, a gym, studio, golf shop and café, plus two spa treatment rooms.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa
  • Golf course
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

Rooms are mostly decorated in soothing greys or browns. Terrace rooms have their own patios and a view of the Malvern Hills. In addition, nine large suites offer lots of luxurious touches, some with dual-aspect windows, some with glamorous, free-standing tubs.

Room types: Just Right Room, A Touch of Class Room, Terrace Room, Indulgence Suite, Opulence Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, Nespresso machine, desk, TV, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Mint restaurant and the adjacent Orangery serve the same menu, which is pleasing and intriguing in equal measure. Largely based on local produce, it offers modern British cuisine with a few flamboyant Indian flourishes (head chef Anuj Thakur trained in Delhi). Dishes include Herefordshire beef with glazed Evesham carrots, and veg dishes such as roasted aubergine roulade with grilled tofu and spinach masala sauce.

Mint: casual restaurant, locally sourced produce, seasonal menus. All-day menu, open daily.

No. 19 Café: hot drinks, light bites and cream teas to takeaway. Open daily.

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