Arriving at Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Golf Course & Country Club, one is immediately struck by the stunning 360 degree views over the Severn Valley, Malverns, Cotswolds, and Welsh mountains. After feasting your eyes on all the natural beauty, prepare the be equally wowed by the exquisite interiors of this charming country house set in 167 acres of parkland and golf course. The recent £4 million renovation has transformed this family-owned property into a luxury getaway complete with stylish design, high quality furnishings, elegant personal touches and top quality leisure facilities. The bedrooms have been fully upgraded with comfortable interiors and modern bathrooms. All rooms benefit from lovely countryside views, Hypnos beds with Egyptian cotton linen, 40-inch flatscreen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Executive Rooms are further equipped with Grohe rain showers, Nespresso machines and Smart TVs; the opulent Suites also boast gorgeous bay windows and double ended baths with bathroom TVs. The Garden Restaurant and Orangery prides itself on showcasing top local ingredients alongside fabulous views from every table. For informal snacks ranging from sandwiches, pizzas, steaks and a host of healthy options, you can’t do better than Greens Leisure Bar. The Cocktail Bar and Lounge also serves food throughout the day, as well as excellent drinks and scrumptious afternoon teas, all accompanied by countryside views and chic interiors by Jane Clayton & Company. Tewskesbury Park is a golfer’s paradise with a fine and scenic 18 hole, par 72 parkland golf course, plus an academy course and practice range, putting green and pro shop. The new gym offers state of the art equipment from Life Fitness, as well as a dance studio, spin bikes, indoor swimming pool, steam and sauna. The spa is partnered with the Natural Spa Factory in Bath and offers a wide range of natural, chemical-free treatments. After all that activity, relax on the sun deck or under the stars with a glass of bubbly in the outdoor hot tub. In the immediate vicinity, the Norman Tewkesbury Abbey is only an 11 minute walk away, and Tewkesbury’s half-timbered houses and historic visitor’s centre are well worth a visit. You’re also within easy striking distance of Cheltenham, the Cotwolds (including the Cotswolds Warwickshire Steam Railway) and the Malvern Hills.