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Cheltenham

From £119 per night
0.1 miles

Chelsea Serviced Apartments is a two bedroom property located within easy walking distance of Cheltenham’s main attractions and transport links. The accommodation comes with a fully fitted kitchen which leads into a modern and spacious open-plan living area. Guests will benefit from double beds, an en-suite bathroom in the master bedroom and a private balcony. This apartment is perfect for corporate travellers, offering an allocated parking space for one car and weekly housekeeping.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

Cheltenham

From £119 per night
0.1 miles

Located in the heart of Cheltenham, this contemporary two bedroom apartment, offers an en-suite master bedroom with a large double bed, fully fitted kitchen and spacious living area. Chelsea Square Serviced Apartment is ideal for guests requiring a longer stay. It features free Wi-Fi, a flat screen TV, an allocated parking space for one vehicle and a weekly maid service. The property's location allows easy access to the sought after Montpellier area, which hosts Cheltenham's trendiest restaurants and bars.

Min. Stay 90+ nights

Cheltenham

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0.1 miles

The Rodney Road Serviced Apartment is a two bedroom, two bathroom serviced accommodation option in Cheltenham, located within an idyllic row of period housing right in the centre of the city. This superb offering has an enormous amount of space, thanks to its open plan layout, and double doors lead out onto a quaint courtyard garden with pots, flagstones and a lovely cast iron garden set. Wooden flooring throughout, and high spec furnishings, ensure a relaxing stay for up to four guests.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £100 per night
0.2 miles

Situated in the centre of Cheltenham, this two bedroom, two bathroom apartment is bright and enjoys high ceilings that emphasise the already ample space. High Street Serviced Apartment lies in a distinctive Regency property, with an interesting curved shape that allows guests an almost panoramic view across Clarence Street, North Street and the High Street. The kitchen is incredibly spacious and has dedicated dining space in addition to a dining table in the main living area.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £100 per night
0.2 miles

Located in the heart of Cheltenham Town Centre, Saint James Serviced Apartment offers modern, stylish accommodation. There is a fully equipped kitchen that includes a dishwasher and washer dryer and is perfect for the creation of a gourmet meal. Both bedrooms are well lit with natural daylight and ample storage space is also provided for personal belongings. Allocated and secure parking is available for one car to guests, adding extra security to ones stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £152 per night
0.2 miles

This property is brilliantly located in Montpellier looking out over the beautiful Montpellier Gardens. Queen Circus Serviced Apartment boasts charm with its tall ceilings and period features, but it also has a very modern kitchen, with its sleek white units. All three bedrooms have large double beds, with the master bedroom including an en-suite bathroom. All of the bathrooms have underfloor heating and warm towel rails to enjoy.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £125 per night
0.3 miles

This is a neat and good-sized two bedroom apartment in Cheltenham, including dedicated workspace in the master bedroom and two bathrooms, which makes it perfect for travelling business people, especially on an early start. 20 Montpelier Spa Road Serviced Apartment is situated within a Georgian townhouse in the popular Montpelier area of the town; it has an open plan living area naturally-lit by three large sash windows and with a kitchen, dining table, L-shaped sofa and a flat screen TV.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £105 per night
0.3 miles

Situated next to Montpellier gardens and in a very central location, Montpellier Spa Serviced Apartment offers accommodation close to many local amenities. Inside this elegantly designed apartment, guests will find a fully equipped kitchen with some of the latest appliances, perfect for the creation of a gourmet meal. The living area contains comfortable furnishings and is well lit during the day due to the large windows letting in plenty of natural daylight.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £85 per night
0.3 miles

These modern build one and two bedroom serviced apartments offer spacious self-catering accommodation in the centre of Cheltenham. Each apartment offers a stylish kitchen, complete with cutlery, utensils and dishwasher. There are many benefits to a serviced apartment and just some of these are the space and comfort provided from a separate bedroom, lounge and dining area, making a serviced apartment the perfect choice for corporate or leisure accommodation.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £130 per night
0.3 miles

Situated in the centre of a bustling Cheltenham, Parade Serviced Apartment offers elegantly designed accommodation that includes tasteful furnishings. Inside, guests will find a fully fitted kitchen that includes some of the latest appliances. Both bedrooms include comfortable beds and have ample storage space for personal belongings. Guests can also enjoy use of their private garden, a perfect setting for some al fresco dining.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £130 per night
0.3 miles

Offering extremely luxurious accommodation in an exclusive area on the edge of Cheltenham town centre, Eden House serviced accommodation offers two bedroom apartment for visitors to this Regency spa town. The apartment has two bathrooms and a whole host of superb quality facilities, including a fully equipped kitchen with ample countertop space, comfortable seating, a dining table, and large flat screen TV. Guests may also find the on-site parking and presence of work desks useful.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £130 per night
0.3 miles

Just around the corner from Montpellier Gardens and close to the town hall, where Cheltenham holds many of its popular festival events, Glensanda serviced accommodation has four bedrooms and would be ideal for a larger travelling group, or perhaps a family, on a short stay in the town. The property has three double bedrooms and a single room, along with a lounge on the middle floor of this three-floor property. On the ground floor, there is a kitchen/diner and a paved rear garden.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £140 per night
0.3 miles

This top floor apartment includes a roof terrace and has three bedrooms. Situated right in the centre of Cheltenham, it is perfect for a wide variety of shops, eating places and would also be convenient for guests attending one of Cheltenham’s many festivals. There are two double rooms and a twin room, with the master bedroom including an en-suite, while there is also a family bathroom. Prince Regent Mews Serviced Apartment comes with inclusive parking and a fully equipped kitchen.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £100 per night
0.3 miles

This beautiful two bedroom apartment is set within a row of classic Regency townhouses on the edge of Cheltenham town centre and just a few minutes’ walk from Regent Arcade. One of the special features of Regency Place serviced accommodation is the Juliet balcony in one of the bedrooms, while another attractive feature is the well-equipped kitchen with a coffee machine, dishwasher and washing machine. The ceilings typical of this type of property also give an excellent sense of space.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £85 per night
0.3 miles

The two bedroom Town Centre Serviced Apartment is situated on the High Street in an excellent location, close to the Regent Arcade, Sandford Park and just a short walk from the Town Hall. The property has an open plan living area with everything that guests will need to help their stay go smoothly, such as a fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and Wi-Fi, as well as the convenience of having two bathrooms. This area is especially good for the choice of take-out food on the doorstep.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £79 per night
0.3 miles

Saracens Courtyard is a delightful self-contained block of one bedroom serviced apartments in central Cheltenham, conveniently located at the lower end of Cheltenham High Street with excellent access to Brewery Leisure complex, Pittville Park and the famous Cheltenham race course. Each apartment is furnished in a modern and light design, the lounges are finished with comfortable, relaxing sofas that lead onto fully-equipped kitchens, complete with cooking utensils and appliances.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £75 per night
0.3 miles

On a suburban street just a short walk from the centre of Cheltenham, 4 Murray House Serviced Apartment makes an ideal accommodation choice for guests wishing to be close to the University of Gloucester’s Francis Hall Close Campus, as well as for those attending festival events over at the Imperial Gardens and Town Hall. This is a two bedroom property with an open plan living area that includes a fully equipped kitchen, dining space for four and comfortable seating with a Smart TV.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £85 per night
0.3 miles

Convenient for Cheltenham town centre, the popular Brewery Quarter and for the University of Gloucestershire’s Francis Close Hall Campus, this two bedroom ground floor apartment makes for a cosy haven on a short stay. Murray House Ground Floor Serviced Apartment has two bathrooms and revolves around an open plan living area that includes a fully equipped kitchen and has in-apartment laundry facilities. For entertainment, there is a TV with Blu-ray player and guests will have access to the Wi-Fi.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £95 per night
0.3 miles

Just off the High Street in Cheltenham, Murray House Garden Serviced Apartment has a fantastic central location, yet is situated on a street with a suburban feel. The property has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, an open plan kitchen and living area and even enjoys a little outside space. A flat screen TV can be found in the living area, along with a Blu-ray player. There is also the convenience of having private driveway parking. This apartment would be ideal for the Frances Hall Close Campus.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £75 per night
0.3 miles

Axiom Serviced Apartments are perfect for the centre of Cheltenham, just moments away from shops, eateries and the well-known Regent Arcade. The apartments have two bathrooms, are nicely furnished and include full cooking facilities. Work desks, a communal outside area and storage for bicycles are all welcome features. Guests will have the means to take care of laundry in the apartment and the option of weekly housekeeping is also helpful, especially for those with a busy schedule.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Cheltenham

Overview

Famous for horseracing and its mineral springs, few other English towns can complement both traditional and contemporary architecture with each other like Cheltenham. Even those staying in Cheltenham short term accommodation can still get a feel for the town’s exclusivity within minutes of being there.


About Cheltenham

Amongst Gloucestershire’s most principal settlements, Cheltenham is a spa town sat on the edge of the Cotswolds. The town and its almost 120,000 population actually reside beneath Cleave Hill. The hill overlooks the town as the highest point in the county of Gloucestershire (nearly 1,100ft). It is this location and the impressive Regency architecture across the town which attracts an abundance of festivals and their respective crowds to the town all year round. The most recognised being Cheltenham Festival held at the town’s racecourse. The event marks one of the biggest days on the horse-racing calendar. Festival-goers can enjoy four days of the most prestigious jump racing event of the year, leading to the award of the Gold Cup.

Cheltenham is often recognised for more than just its festivals though. For instance, the town was not only voted in the past one of the UK’s best towns to live, but it has also been acknowledged as home to one of the best shopping high streets (The Promenade) previously likewise. What’s more, easy motorway access to the M5, along with main railway and airport connections has enabled Cheltenham to become a centre for tourism and business. All in all, the Regency town has a lot to shout about and booking stays in Cheltenham extended stay apartments allow guests the best chance of seeing all the town has to offer.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

Corporate accommodation is vital for such a business-orientated location such as Cheltenham. The town has such an attractive business climate, enough to persuade several international companies to relocate here. Vertex, Ultra Electronics and Kohler Mira all have headquarters here. The town’s growing financial connections also means the likes of Zurich and Endsleigh Insurance base themselves there too. Thus, creating a need for Cheltenham corporate accommodation.

Examples of business support are numerous in Cheltenham too. Corporates can check the Cheltenham Chamber of Commerce website for news on networking events, request support from the ‘Great Business’ and ‘Growth Hub’ initiatives, or visit the ‘Gloucestershire Federation of Small Businesses’ website which promotes the interests of the self-employed and smaller firm owners.

The town has continued to propel itself forward in terms of its own economy as well. The council have undertaken a five-year strategy which targets promoting Cheltenham on an international scale. This is aimed to secure foreign investment for the town. The local economy is then enabled to blossom, thus benefiting Cheltenham’s community. This would build on the fact that Cheltenham is one of the best places in the UK to live, raise a child and shop thanks to the town centre retail facilities. Moreover, part of the strategy is to expand farther on the already strong transport connections. This includes a popular train station, very close international airport and easy access to the M5.

Unmistakably, the opportunity for successful business seems to be at its peak in Cheltenham right now. With that, as expected, comes a demand for more available Cheltenham serviced apartments allowing guests long term stays and an ideal base for guests to travel to-and-from.

HISTORY

Cheltenham long history stretches back to the Anglo-Saxon village which existed over 1200 years ago. From then, Cheltenham became a market town following the early 1200s. This had been the basis of its economy up until the eighteenth century. In the same century, the town was also regarded as one of the country’s leading spas. The Gloucestershire town, of course, also owes much to its Regency roots. It was King George III’s stay in the town which cemented its reputation as an exclusive and fashionable location. Naturally, the town grew in popularity, particularly in the centre of Cheltenham, meaning the population consequently doubled between 1700 and 1800.

Cheltenham’s reputation as a spa town began to dwindle though around the mid-nineteenth century. It was during this period that construction of Regency buildings became more common. Both the Spa waters and Regency architecture can still be sampled today. Especially upon visiting the beautiful Pittville Pump Room just outside central Cheltenham. Nowadays though the town has also been shaped by the influences of the twentieth-century industrialisation. Cheltenham developed craft industries and significantly contributed to the manufacturing required for the World Wars. Since, the town has maintained a focus on business quality, whilst also promoting its status as a tourist resort. Around the start of the millennium, 6,000 people were employed in the tourism industry to support the likes of the many Cheltenham festival. To grasp a closer look at how the town has become the way it is today, be sure to stay in our range of Cheltenham luxury serviced accommodation. CULTURE &

CULTURE & ATTRACTIONS

Whilst staying in our Cheltenham corporate housing, business travellers can appreciate the town’s excellent cultural scene. Locals and tourists can enjoy Cheltenham’s many festivals, which celebrate literature, food & drink, jazz, music and science, before retiring to the comfort of one of SITU’s Cheltenham aparthotels. Tourists may also though wish to continue the experience at some of the many clubs, restaurants and bars in Cheltenham. The town is also known for the culture of horse-racing, headed by the annual ‘Cheltenham Gold Cup’. The race takes place every year during the town's festival in March, enticing over 250,000 to visit Cheltenham racecourse every year.

The town's popularity, however, does not just stem from the town's many events. Accommodation in Cheltenham also benefits from sitting just west of a mass of green space and stunning landscape. The Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is just on the doorstep of those staying in Cheltenham. Around 38 million visitors visit the 800 square miles of superb scenery, picturesque towns and villages every year.

It’s hard to miss the plethora of traditional Regency-style buildings around the town too. In fact, Cheltenham has been labelled as ‘Britain’s most complete Regency Town’. Worth visiting is Cheltenham’s most iconic Regency feature, The Caryatids in Montpellier. Visitors can be in walking distance from their Cheltenham furnished housing to see these ‘armless ladies’ sculptures for themselves. There is also the Cheltenham Town Hall, built in the early 1900s. Home to an all-year-round programme of major social events, festivals and exhibitions, the hall is an architectural beauty. It radiates the period of Cheltenham history in which it was built.

Overall, the blend of the town’s extremely rich history, which is displayed wherever visitors go, along with the blossoming business climate and beautiful nearby landscapes, Cheltenham truly shows it has it all. For the best chance of experiencing all the town has to offer, book a stay in a centrally located Cheltenham extended stay apartment.

Transport

Gloucestershire Airport (GLO)

Easily the closest airport to the town of Cheltenham is Gloucestershire Airport, just a few miles to the west and just off the M5. Cheltenham Spa train station is just a five-minute drive from the airport too.

There is also the Number 94 bus service which stops just 900m from the Gloucestershire Airport entrance, which runs between Gloucester and Cheltenham. The next closest international airports to Cheltenham are Bristol and Birmingham, which are just over an hour away to the south and north respectively. Whichever airport you choose to use for travel to-and-from the town, upon request, airport taxi transfers could also be arranged via our Cheltenham corporate housing.

Cheltenham Spa Railway Station

Situated almost one mile away from the town, Cheltenham’s only train station has very regular services and has several bus connections.

It is situated along the Bristol-Birmingham main line with the train operators Great Western Railway, CrossCountry and Transport for Wales running its many services enabling travel across the UK.

Royal Well Bus Station

Located in the town centre, the Cheltenham’s main bus station, Royal Wells, grants access to anywhere across the area. Based along Royal Well Road and conveniently just next to a strip of Cheltenham restaurants and bars, this is where a significant bulk of the town’s bus routes stop off.

There are also two Park & Ride services located in Cheltenham operated by the Gloucestershire County Council, one at Arle Court and another near Cheltenham Racecourse.