The Lucky Onion is a family of design led hotels and restaurants, raised and rooted in the heart of the Cotswolds. Owned by Jade & Julian Dunkerton with an ever-expanding portfolio of properties; each one with its own distinct character and personality, but all sharing a genuine passion for great design, high quality food & drinks and exceptional service.
The Lucky Onion includes boutique hotels No. 131 The Promenade, No. 38 The Park, as well as the critically acclaimed Wheatsheaf Inn in Northleach, The Tavern which is tucked away in the heart of Cheltenham town, The Hollow Bottom in Guiting Power, The Crown Inn at Minchinhampton which only opened its door in November after being closed for over five years and with the newest addition The George Hotel in Cheltenham set to open shortly all currently make up the group.
With produce at the heart of The Lucky Onion, the very best ingredients are sourced locally, and wherever possible from British producers known and trusted to deliver exceptional quality dishes to your table. All of the hotels, bars, pubs, inns and restaurants offer a bolthole from daily life from the moment you arrive – whether you’re escaping London for a long weekend, or dropping in for an hour after work, the offer of a space for some well-earned respite from the outside world can be found. Where a travelling creative, feels as comfortable as a neighbouring farmer in any of the properties.
The Lucky Onion do simple things exactly the way you want them. It’s always with attention to detail: the most comfortable beds, the most invigorating showers and roll top baths, intuitive service, freshly made food and thoughtful planning. Rooms are spacious, comfortable, individually designed and warm. Each room is kitted out with sumptuous Egyptian bed linen, heavenly Aqua di Parma & Bramley products and fully stocked mini bars to satisfy any midnight cravings.
The team behind The Lucky Onion have lived, worked, travelled and researched all over the world’s finest cities; “The expertise gained here has been distilled into what we know today as The Lucky Onion, and we look to these places and establishments as our contemporaries. Wherever we open, we take our mindset with us. We really do live locally, but the world is our oyster.”
So whether you fancy a night away or you just love food, why not give one of The Lucky Onion properties a try? And if you are feeling Lucky this Valentines they do have some great offers on.