Ellenborough Park Hotel

Ellenborough Park Hotel


Cheltenham, United Kingdom (GB)
Ellenborough Park Hotel (previously the baronial hall, Southam House) is a country house hotel in Southam Road, Southam, under Tewkesbury Borough Council, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of the centre of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, in the Cotswolds, England. The hotel has 62 rooms, and is served by The Tudor Club, a bar and brasserie, and the Beaufort Dining Room. Over its history it served as the Southam House, seat of Richard de la Bere and later the Earl of Ellenborough, and later became a school and the De la Bere Hotel. The current hotel was established in 2008.
Ellenborough Park Hotel (previously the baronial hall, Southam House) is a country house hotel in Southam Road, Southam, under Tewkesbury Borough Council, about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of the centre of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, in the Cotswolds, England. The hotel has 62 rooms, and is served by The Tudor Club, a bar and brasserie, and the Beaufort Dining Room. Over its history it served as the Southam House, seat of Richard de la Bere and later the Earl of Ellenborough, and later became a school and the De la Bere Hotel. The current hotel was established in 2008.
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