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New for 2019 at the festival

Enjoy our newest addition to the stable of wonderful experiences at Cheltenham Racecourse and The Festival™ presented by Magners.

 

Drop your bags at the Frogmill Hotel, nestled in the Cotswold Countryside just off the A40. The newly refurbished 16th Century luxury Frogmill Hotel is a delight, with individually styled rooms, Feather and Black beds, statement wallpaper and premium fabrics, the hotel handpicked by the team at Cheltenham.

 

Then enjoy a hop over Cleeve Hill to Cheltenham Racecourse in our Helicopter, you will then be transferred to Theatre@ The Festival by Bentley to enjoy world-class hospitality ahead of your days racing.

 

Theatre@ is situated on the third floor of our premium course facing suites, offering the very best sporting hospitality exclusive dining delivers a fusion of tastes, with flavours garnished across Asia and delivered via the farms of The Cotswolds. The menu has been specially created by Tom Parry, Jockey Club Catering executive head chef at Cheltenham Racecourse.

 

After your days racing, you’ll be driven back by Bentley to the heliport for a return helicopter ride to the Frogmill Hotel, a fitting place to rest your head after a great days racing.

 

Available every day of The Festival. Created to provide the very best in comfort, food and travel our unique “Room with a view” experience includes:

  • A nights stay at The Frogmill Hotel
  • Helicopter transfer to and from The Festival
  • Theatre@ hospitality with premium course facing seats
  • World class hospitality and flavours garnished across Asia

 

PRICES FROM £2,849 PER COUPLE

 

For further details, availability and to book your places, call 01242 537 605

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