Monday 13 July 2020

Luxury shopping area The Orchard returns to The Festival in Cheltenham

Up market shopping area, The Orchard, returns to The Festival™ presented by Magners in 2020 for a second year – with racegoers able to splash out on luxury brands including Bentley, Nyetimber and Boodles in between races.

The Festival™ presented by Magners will see more than 260,000 people head to the Home of Jump racing and while leading names in horseracing take to the track, some of the UK’s most prestigious brands will also be at Cheltenham Racecourse off it.

Back for its second year, the shopping area The Orchard™ will be hosting a range of luxury retailers over the four days, giving racegoers a place to spend their time between each of the week’s 28 races.

Situated in the heart of the Tented Village throughout The Festival, from Tuesday 10 to Friday 13 March 2020, racegoers can sip glasses Nyetimber English sparkling wine aboard a 1968 Routemaster Bus; enjoy cocktails at the Glenfarclas Cocktail Bar or relax with glasses of red or white with Fine Wine Partners.

Luxury jewellers Boodles will be exhibiting stunning pieces; Bentley Motors will hosting interesting talks about its world class cars; Jockey Club Air are said to be giving racegoers plenty of travel inspiration; with country fashion straight from prestigious Mayfair brand Holland & Holland.

Entry to The Orchard™ is available to Club Enclosure ticket holders, hospitality guests, owners and trainers, as well as Cheltenham Racecourse annual members – with visitors last year including Sir Rod Stewart.

For more information, see The Festival Presented by Magners and visit

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Monday 17 February 2020

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