The Bradley, the AA Five Star Awarded listed Regency townhouse B&B in the heart of Cheltenham’s central Montpelier district, has completed a sympathetic refurbishment and the creation of two contemporary Garden Rooms.
Set in the serene courtyard garden of the traditional townhouse, the dog-friendly Garden Rooms have been beautifully designed to offer alternative modern accommodation to compliment the traditional rooms within the Regency townhouse. Bright and airy, the striking new rooms are decorated in either red or blue tones are adorned with art deco artwork on the walls. With generous ensuite showers, quintessentially English Penhaligon’s products and large private terraces adjacent to the established rose beds, this is town accommodation at it’s most harmonious.
Privately owned by the de Savary family, who bought and restored it in 2015, the Bradley is an elegant B&B, offering 10 individual ensuite bedrooms tastefully decorated in keeping with the Regency period building. Guest areas include an impressive open drawing room with working fireplace, honesty bar and study spanning the length of the house, with generous sash windows over looking the Royal Parade to the front and the charming garden to the rear, complete with a wonderful collection of antiques and artwork from the de Savary private collection. Downstairs, a very attractive breakfast room with lofty conservatory opening on to the garden is the setting for the Bradley’s exceptional breakfasts. Service is friendly and efficient and guests are welcomed into The Bradley by General Manager, Bea Seidler, and her team to enjoy as their home throughout their stay. Steeped in history, The Bradley has been accommodating guests since 1912. It remains one of Cheltenham’s most important complete historical houses, due to the care taken throughout its restoration stages, and offers a truly special place to stay.
Located on the leafy Royal Parade in the central Montpellier district and just a stones throw away from the numerous upmarket bars, restaurants and boutiques for which is known, The Bradley is perfectly positioned for guests to enjoy the best that Cheltenham, and is surrounding Gloucestershire countryside, has to offer year round. Seasonal highlights bringing guests to the famous Spa town include the Cheltenham Literary Festival, the Cheltenham Music Festival and the Cheltenham Races to name a few.
Rooms start from £115 for a Single and £145 for a Double on a B&B basis, For more information, or to book, please visit www.thebradleyhotel.co.uk