Discover Cheltenham by day, with a short stroll from Rivershill, for a cappuccino on The Promenade, or a browse through the many boutiques in Montpellier.
This is home to the Cheltenham Gold Cup, the pinnacle event of the jumping season and the town is also famous for its internationally renowned literature and jazz festivals. Cheltenham is literally alive with creativity and culture. With numerous independent fashion, antique and lifestyle boutiques, Cheltenham offers a metropolitan lifestyle within sight of the most breath-taking English countryside; The Cotswolds. Everything you need is within easy reach, on foot, or just a short drive away.
After dark you are spoilt for choice, with trendy independent cocktail bars to more traditional pubs, a number of theatres and cuisine from all over the world.
An exciting foodie destination, Cheltenham boasts many fine dining restaurants including the two-star Michelin ‘Le Champignon Sauvage’ and the no-sushi Japanese grazing eatery ‘Koj’ run by a MasterChef finalist.
For night owls, there are plenty of late night venues within easy reach of Rivershill, in Montpellier, Bath Road and the Suffolks and to end your evening on a high, you may decide to head to the contemporary chic cocktail bar, Lily Gins in Regent Street.