The Outdoor Inn to bring a bus bar to Cheltenham

The Outdoor Inn in Cheltenham has announced it will open a bar bus as part of its expansion.

The Outdoor Inn has announced a new addition to Cheltenham’s first completely-outside bar. Named the OI Bus, the additional bar will be inside a renovated bus and is set to open in September 2019.

Co-owner Jay Adler and the team at The Outdoor Inn will turn the bus into an indoor seating during this summer.

Since the Outdoor Inn’s launch back in March 2019 to coincide with the Cheltenham Festival, the team have always been forced to close when rain has struck, or on particularly chilly days.

The team at The Outdoor Inn began a #FUNDTHEBUS Crowdfunder campaign in June 2019, but a mutual contact approached co-owner Jay Adler, offering up a bus from a scrapyard in Twickenham. The bus arrived at the Cheltenham High Street bar on Sunday 7 July 2019, with co-owners Jay and Matt on board.

Co-owner Jay Adler said: ‘Our plan is to renovate the bus to make it look as though it’s been reclaimed by nature. We’re going to be saying goodbye to our horsebox bar after we’ve finished work on the bus, hoping to open it to the public in September.’

The Outdoor Inn remains open throughout the summer, and for the rest of the year with the addition of the new OI Bus, which plans to launch as the summer draws in.

For more information, visit The Outdoor Inn wesbite.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 09 July 2019

More news you might like...

Cheltenham tennis player Dan Evans will be back playing at Wimbledon 2022, this summer. © AELTC/Jon Super.

The Cheltenham tennis player you can watch at Wimbledon

Cheltenham’s Dan Evans will be playing at Wimbledon: The Championship in 2022 – and here’s when Gloucestershire tennis fans...

The SoGlos networking event, staged in partnership with Cheltenham accountants Crowe, was held at Ian Coley School of Shooting.

Gloucestershire businesses gather for a networking day with a difference

Business leaders from some of Gloucestershire’s most exciting companies came together to lock horns – in a friendly fashion...

750 children a day attend Atlas Camps during the school holidays in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud and the Cotswolds – with its new Tewkesbury venue opening this summer.

Gloucestershire’s biggest kids’ camp provider opens 23rd venue

Popular holiday camp provider, Atlas Camps, is opening a brand-new base in Tewkesbury – its 23rd new venue in just 10 years...

Little Amal’s visit to Cheltenham in June 2022 was supported by crowds of thousands.

Little Amal's walk in Cheltenham

Little Amal, the iconic giant puppet who walked from Syria in support of refugees, walked through Cheltenham for the New Steps,...

The Queen’s Baton Relay route through England has been revealed – and it includes Gloucestershire!

The Commonwealth Games Baton is coming to Gloucestershire this summer

The official Queen’s Baton Relay, which celebrates the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, is passing through Gloucestershire,...

Don’t miss

Unmissable highlights