Cheltenham Festival 15th - 18th March 2011.

The Festival at Cheltenham goes from strength to strength. In 2011 the Festival celebrates 100 years of the most exciting event in Jump racings calendar. Now a four day event where each day has its own particular flavour, Centenary Day, Ladies Day, St Patricks Day and Gold Cup day. This is the time when the Irish descend on Cheltenham and make it their own. With tens of thousands of racing fans at the course everyday this really is one of the highlights of the jump racing calendar. We have a wide range of Cotswold Cottages and they are all within 20 miles of the racing course, and although many are booked for that week the following are still available for bookings during race week: Blackjack House, Snipe Barn, Owl Barn, Rose Barn - Sleep 8 or more. Top Cottage, Teagles Cottage, Little Cinders - Sleep 6-7 Jasmine Cottage, Nellies Barn, Carters Cottage- Sleep 4-5 The Gatehouse, High Room, Little Cottage - Sleep 2-3 For further information or to book your Cotswold Cottage call us on 01993 849484 or complete the reservation form attached to the cottage of your choice. For further details on the Festival visit the Cheltenham Racecourse website

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