The Outdoor Inn Cheltenham is bringing back its heated pods

The Outdoor Inn’s famous pods will be making a return to the Cheltenham beer garden this October 2021 – with some added features, too!

The Outdoor Inn in Cheltenham is bringing back its heated outdoor pods this autumn – incorporating some new and improved features.

From October 2021, up to 10 people will be able to enjoy drinks in their own heated pod, with personalised music and the option to order food from a variety of Cheltenham restaurants, straight to their table.

Booking won’t be required for the pods – although, booking requests may be accepted for special occasions.

With a reputation for transforming disused spaces into festival-feel beer gardens with an urban, laid-back vibe, The Outdoor Inn’s outdoor pods mean the festival feel can continue even when the weather starts to turn cold or wet.

For more information, visit theoutdoorinn.co.uk.


By Zoe Gater


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Wednesday 15 September 2021

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