A new nightclub is to open in Cheltenham town centre after a £1million investment.
Home & Botanic will be based at the former Thirteen Degrees site in St George’s Road, which has not been open for more than two years.
Bosses of the new club say it will open on the evening of June 21 – due to be the first date nightclubs are allowed to reopen since having to shut because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Epic Bars, the new owner of the venue, says it will be Gloucestershire’s only five-scene nightclub.
The company says it has completely refurbished and redesigned the place.
It is now set across three floors and will give guests the choice of three bars and two clubrooms under one roof.
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A botanic room will feature a cocktail bar and there will be an essential clubroom as well as a disco room. The site will also contain an upper level piano bar in an elegant lounge and a beer lodge with an outside terrace.
Director Duncan Squires said: “All we have ever wanted is to give people a safe and enjoyable night out and I think that resonates now more than ever.
“Having used the last 14 months to reflect, refresh and refine, we have created something extraordinary and I can’t wait for Cheltenham to see it.
“Home and Botanic is everything anybody could want from a night out – quality drinks and world-class entertainment set in the most stunning environment.
“The beautiful Regency building has been a club since 1919 and you can feel the heritage when you’re inside.
“We’ve been running nightclubs in Cheltenham together for over 20 years and so for us, home really is where the heart is.
“People’s desire to dance has never been stronger and I’m so excited about being able to give our guests that pleasure again.
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“Not only are nights out back but Home and Botanic will make them undeniably better than ever.”
The Grade II listed building was a private residence until 1919 when it became a members and military personnel club.