The Portland Guesthouse, 51 Portland Street, Cheltenham, GL52 2NX. Telephone: 01242 906 600
183 years after first opening as a guesthouse, The Portland provides you with a home from home experience in a late-Georgian property.
From the moment you step through the deep red front door you’ll experience a taste of Regency elegance. All seven ensuite bedrooms are empathetically styled to suit the building and each individual in decor.
The sumptuous bed will provide a heavenly night sleep, woken by the smells and taste of a homemade breakfast. A leisurely stroll will flaunt more regency buildings including Pittville Pump Room.
So, whether you are visiting family, exploring the Cotswolds or attending one of the world famous festivals…
We are inviting you, your family and friends to join us at The Portland Guesthouse this Christmas.
From one night stays to exclusive hire, we’d love to welcome you this December.
To find out more, please click here.
The Portland Guesthouse is located within easy reach of the towns attractions. Whether you are attending the famous Literature Festival in the Autumn or making your way to Cheltenham racecourse for The Festival in Spring The Portland offers an attractive location to explore the town. The Brewery quarter is less than five minutes’ walk away offering places to shop, dine and play. Pittville park and pump room is a stones throw from The Portland, discover the boating lake, tennis courts and cafes as you take a stroll. Montpellier and the Promenade boast some of Cheltenham’s best loved independent boutiques and eateries. A short ten minute taxi ride to the train station makes us easily accessible. Further afield the Cotswold towns of Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Bourton-on-the-water are around 30 minutes’ drive.
The Portland Guesthouse is a social enterprise, developed by Gloucestershire charity, Aim Up (previously known as St Vincent’s & St George’s Association).
Aim Up is a charity based and working in Gloucestershire to provide a comprehensive range of care and support services to those with disabilities, complex needs, health conditions and older people. They have a long- established history of providing Find out more about the work they do.