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Kenilworth House is immediately noticeable by its pastel green exterior, commanding white pillars and well-manicured grounds.

At the front of the building, large sash windows flood light into the open plan lounge and dining area. A colourful feature rug contrasts neutral tones on the walls and furniture. The living room has a quaint rocking chair, a leather sofa and tub chair arranged around the HD TV. It has high ceilings with cornicing to create a feeling of space, while the room is kept cosy with warm lighting in the floor lamps. A round dining table seating four has views over Cheltenham's Pittville Park.

Leading on from the lounge is a spacious, fully equipped kitchen, ideal for self-catering stays in Cheltenham. Along the corridor is a sizable family bathroom which services both bedrooms. To the rear of the property are two double bedrooms, one of which splits to make twin beds, both have plenty of storage for clothes and personal items.

Pastel blue walls and simple white furniture create a tranquil feel in the master bedroom, complemented by a comfy double bed. The second bedroom is equally as quaint, and both bedrooms have a full-length mirrored wardrobe – perfect for getting ready for the day.

Area info

Kenilworth House is located along Pittville Lawn, with great access to Pittville Park and lakes.

There’s a newsagent, beauty salon, nursery and church within 500 yards for your convenience, whilst the High Street is just a 10-minute walk away. Nestled along the edge of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham is Britain's most complete Regency Town. Strolling around you'll certainly be wowed by the regency architecture - with impressive crescents, imposing pillars and huge sash windows.

Cheltenham is known as the Festival Town, hosting several large annual festivals that attract visitors from across the country. Popular festivals include the Literature Festival, the Gold Cup and the Jazz Festival. The town also attracts many young academics, being the home of many highly regarded schools such as Cheltenham Ladies College, Cheltenham College, Dean Close and Pates Grammar.

If you wish to venture out and explore the Cotswolds, there is a large bus station at Royal Well which services the town centre, GCHQ, Bishops Cleeve, Gloucester, Stroud and Tewkesbury. Cheltenham Train Station is a few minutes’ drive away.


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All rates shown above are nightly rates and are subject to local taxes. They are also a guide rate and are subject to change due to the length of booking, number of apartments booked and seasonal variations. Contact us for more details.
Minimum length of stay for this building is: 2 nights
Maximum Sleeps
2 Bedroom Apartment - Sleeps a maximum no. people 4



  • Bristol Airport 83 miles
  • Birmingham Airport 99 miles



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