Connected to the Racecourse by a private road, Ellenborough Park is a luxurious country hotel with extensive facilities, including spa, restaurant, lounges and gun room. Impeccable service is standard and staff can arrange activities such as polo and fishing.
Star rating: 5 star
Distance from Cheltenham Racecourse: 1.7 miles
15 acre landscaped grounds flank a striking red brick Queen Anne mansion dating back to 1705 and originally built for the Churchill family. Close to Ascot in Berkshire and handy for all major travel networks, the Royal Berkshire offers exemplary levels of service as well as oodles of meeting and break-out rooms, gorgeous gardens and an abundance of crisply decorated bedrooms and suites.
Your ultimate after-racing destination, the Crown Hotel in Bawtry is the preferred partner hotel to Doncaster Racecourse. One of Yorkshire’s top hotels for business and leisure – it’s used by many leading owners, trainers, sponsors, jockeys and TV presenters. Plus, you get free car parking and wifi. Find us at: High Street Bawtry, Doncaster, DN10 6JW.
Bed And Breakfast Milton Keynes
FRIENDLY AND RELAXED COUNTRY FARMHOUSE B AND B ACCOMMODATION
Family-run Linford Stables farmhouse B&B Milton Keynes offers 8 comfortable guest bedrooms split between the main house and adjacent Annexe + B&B for horses in the stableyard. This Milton Keynes Bed and Breakfast is set in 8 acres of grounds with horse paddocks, a horse arena, a large garden and plenty of parking. Situated on the A421 halfway between Milton Keynes and Buckingham, both towns are just minutes away from the Bed & Breakfast by car. We’re also just 20 minutes from the M1, 1 hour from London by train, and convenient for Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit and Addington Equestrian Centre. Whether your visit is for business or pleasure, we aim to provide a comfortable stay with a relaxed country atmosphere for all our guests.
ARRIVE AS A GUEST – LEAVE AS A FRIEND
Newbury & Crookham Golf Club is situated on the south side of the town, between Greenham Common and Newbury Racecourse, one of the prime venues of the Sport of Kings, was the scene of many fabulous races, giving stardom to both horse and jockey alike.