Luxury Cirencester Hotel Launches Ultimate Race Stay

Luxury Cirencester Hotel Launches Ultimate Race Stay
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The Kings Head has launched their first racing break just in time for Cheltenham’s Gold Cup Festival. Cirencester’s top luxury hotel is an absolute must for people still looking for accommodation during race week.

The hotel still has rooms available for Wednesday 11th and Thursday 12th March starting from £162 per room, per night based on two people sharing. The price includes overnight accommodation and a three-course dinner, plus a visit to Kim Bailey Racing in the morning before guests depart to the races.
 

General Manager Stephen Mannock said: “We are delighted to now be offering our guests the ultimate racing break! Cirencester is a hot spot for race goers and it’s the perfect location for those enthusiasts who are looking to get all of the excitement of the action but slightly off the beaten track. We wanted to not only offer our guests a luxury stay but a front line racing experience that not many hotels offer.”
 

Racing fans will have the opportunity to have meet with Kim Bailey, receive tips and tour the yard to see the horses prepare for their big day ahead. Some of Kim’s top horses will be running during the festival including Un Ace and Charingworth.

 

Throughout the two-night break, guests will experience the very best of modern British food feasting on a delicious three-course dinner followed by a full English champagne breakfast the next morning with a copy of the Racing Post.
 

Guests will also get the chance to escape to the brand new subterranean spa. Opening on 1st March, The Kings Head spa will include four treatment rooms, a steam room, sauna, hot tub, an experience shower, relaxation room and fitness suite complete with Matrix equipment.

 

The racing break is priced from £81.25 per person, per night based on two people sharing a room. For those looking to book, please contact

 

NB: The racing break does not include race day tickets or transport. Guest booking on a dinner inclusive rate are entitled to a £35.00 per person allocation towards the cost of dinner.