Aylesbury has become a popular choice with commuters wanting to live and stay out of London, while having quick access to the English capital and other nearby locations.
The ever-growing county town of Buckinghamshire is a popular place to live. Close to the Chilterns, and with several ‘sought after’ areas, Aylesbury has a rich history and offers a great mix of charming period properties and new developments. With excellent transport links, about an hour away from London on the train, it’s a popular place for commuters. Serviced apartments in Aylesbury are a well-placed option for business travellers wanting access both to the capital and other parts of the UK.
Despite large scale development since the 1960s – both with housing, as the town grows to incorporate outlying villages, and with commercial property in the centre – Aylesbury has maintained its identity as a traditional market town. Roald Dahl lived and wrote in nearby Great Missenden, and the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery is a museum in Aylesbury which uses his books to help inspire children with learning about science, history and literature.
Transport links in Aylesbury are excellent for those coming to stay in an aparthotel. The town has two main train stations, both of which run into London Marylebone, as well as Stoke Mandeville station on the edge of town. The A41 runs through Aylesbury, connecting to the M1 and M25 to the southeast, and the M40 to the west. London Heathrow and Luton are both international airports and are within about 45-50 minutes’ drive of the town.