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Farnborough

From £95 per night
0.1 miles

Wallis Square Serviced Apartments offer a broad selection of one, two and three bedroom accommodation as well as four bedroom townhouses in the centre of Farnborough. Each apartment features spacious living areas, fully-equipped kitchens and comfortable bedrooms with large wardrobes and plenty of storage space. There is also a wide range of facilities for guests to enjoy, such as the freesat TV, WiFi internet and optional on-site parking spaces.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Farnborough

From £100 per night
0.1 miles

The one and two bedroom, two bathroom apartments at Wallis Serviced Apartments are of a high quality and incorporate the latest technology like Smart TVs and Superfast Wi-Fi. Comfortable beds with luxurious bedding and a good balance between facilities and exceedingly liveable spaces make these apartments popular with corporate and leisure travellers alike. Full cooking facilities help to make self-catering a joy and, along with on-site parking, completes an attractive option in Farnborough.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Farnborough

From £71 per night
0.5 miles

These spacious one bedroom apartments in Farnborough consist of fully-equipped kitchens, off-street parking and contemporary living/dining areas to offer all the benefits of a hotel combined with the comforts of one’s own home. Each serviced apartment can be accessed via a secure entry system, whilst inside there are a range of facilities to make any guest's stay as peaceful and comfortable as possible. A weekly housekeeping service is also in operation, providing fresh linen and towels.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Farnborough

From £69 per night
0.5 miles

Situated in the heart of Hampshire, these Farnborough serviced apartments offer a central town location and comfortable accommodation for any length of stay. Guests will be a short walk away from Kingsmead's shopping area and Farnborough’s railway station. The one bedroom apartments feature complete kitchens and bedrooms, with plenty of storage space for the convenience of guests on longer visits. The open-plan living area allows guests to relax, cook or dine with friends in the comfort and privacy of home.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Farnborough

From £85 per night
0.5 miles

Perfectly placed in the heart of Farnborough, guests have easy access to shops, a variety of restaurants, and Farnborough train station. Solistice House Serviced Apartments provide guests with a modern and open-plan environment, consisting of a living area, a dining area, and a fully-equipped kitchen. To ensure that guests are entertained throughout their stay and can work from their apartment, free unlimited Wi-Fi, and a comprehensive Sky package are also provided.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Farnborough

From £110 per night
0.6 miles

These two bedroom serviced apartments feature fully-equipped kitchens furnished to a high standard and living areas complete with a TV, DVD player and sound system, making stays at Equinox Place enjoyable and relaxing. Guests staying in these apartments can also benefit from unlimited Wi-Fi access, secure car parking and a weekly housekeeping service providing fresh towels and linen.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Farnborough

From £80 per night
0.7 miles

Ideal for corporate use due to their location close to Farnborough Airport, Farnborough Serviced Apartments enable guests to choose from one and two bedroom apartments. Apartments come with a good range of facilities, such as a well-equipped kitchen, great entertainment through a Smart TV and Superfast Wi-Fi and availability of on-site parking. There is also bicycle storage, while some apartments have balconies and there are two bedroom options that come with two bathrooms, great on a busy morning.

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About Farnborough

Overview

With a famous global air show, and therefore predictably linked with the aerospace industry, Farnborough rightly holds a big business reputation despite having a small Hampshire town status.


About Farnborough

Farnborough is a town based in the northeast of the Hampshire county. The population of just under sixty thousand also live under the borders of the Borough of Rushmoor, whose council offices are based in the town. Together, with the town of Aldershot slightly southwards, Farnborough makes up the ‘built-up’ area of northern Hampshire.

Business travellers coming to stay in SITU’s Farnborough serviced apartments will find the town easy to reach, within walking distance. Just a short distance from the M3 motorway and a little over half an hour from London Waterloo on the train, travelling from Farnborough to other major destinations can be straightforward. Surrounding Southampton, Gatwick and Heathrow Airports also means that overseas travel to-and-from accommodation in Farnborough can be within touching distance. Businesspeople can also appreciate having Farnborough Airport on their doorstep, providing one of the best business aviation services on offer in the country.

Corporates staying in Farnborough furnished short lets will be able to have the town’s excellent transport connections within reach, as well as the area’s range of greenspace, historic attractions and business facilities.

BUSINESS

Farnborough’s historic, proud union with the aerospace industry means there is an enormous amount of aerospace business in Farnborough. These include BAe, Lockheed Martin, AgustaWestland and the Air Accidents Investigation Branch. That said, Farnborough corporate housing provides homes not just for travellers involved in the aerospace industry. In fact, for a small town, there is a lot of business going on in and around Farnborough. The council and community have also shown resolve to push Farnborough in other directions.

Farnborough Business Park is a prime example of this, just outside of the town’s world-leading business airport. The Park is comprised of a range of different business types, ranging from small start-ups to the largest global corporations. The Royal Bank of Scotland, Fluor and TI Media are all based there.

2018 also saw the opening of the adjoined Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre. The £30 state of the art, purpose-built event space provides ample room to support business activity. It includes an exhibition hall, conference venues and function rooms. Across both these sites, there is a range of amenities. There are plentiful shopping options, gyms, cafes, restaurants and even a nursery, meaning conducting business here is hassle-free.

Attention has also been drawn towards improving the state of the Farnborough town centre. At the heart of this is the Rushmoor Borough Council. As well as detailing a range of potential grants, free advice for startups and funding options, the council has outlined how plans to further improve the town centre are underway. This includes working with landowners and existing businesses, extending the shopping centre and investing in a project for the Meads Business and Shopping Centre.

Guests staying in centrally located Farnborough corporate accommodation can best reap the benefits of the town’s prosperous business climate.

HISTORY

The name ‘Farnborough’ supposedly derives from details found in the Domesday Book of 1086. It describes the town an Anglo-Saxon settlement as ‘Ferneberga’ or ‘Fern Hill’. It was from this point that the name of the isolated village changed through the generations; to ‘Farnburghe’, ‘Farenburg’, ‘Farnborowe’ and then 'Farnborough' in the sixteenth century.

It was from then onwards that things began to change for the town, leaving its former isolated village feel. Developments in surrounding locations and London essentially forced Farnborough into development. The arrival of the railway and town centre expansions exemplify this.

However, it is hard to overlook the importance of aviation history in Farnborough. After all, the town was home to the UK’s first-ever airfield and the country’s first powered flight. Since being the birthplace of British aviation, the airport itself has only continued to grow. It is now a modern-day major business flight hub.

The town also plays host to one of the most highly regarded aviation events worldwide, the Farnborough Airshow. Since opening to the public in 1948, the event has become more and more popular. Collected deals worth up to £150bn in aircraft produce orders have been calculated at recent events.

To be within proximity of the event, the town’s museum or any historic attractions in the town, be sure to book stays in fully furnished Farnborough accommodation.

LEISURE & ATTRACTIONS

As well as being a place where business people can live a corporate lifestyle comfortably, Farnborough also has plenty of tourist attractions and leisurely aspects. For one, those staying long term in Farnborough extended stay apartments could get a membership for Farnborough Leisure Centre, just off the Sulzers Roundabout. Parks and greenspace also surround Farnborough. On the other side of the A331 is the Frimley Lodge Country Park, which sits next to the Basingstoke Canal, the Blackwater River and several beautiful lakes. Most of these spots are accompanied by nearby pubs and restaurants, making it easy to enjoy the natural countryside.

There are also places to learn more about Farnborough’s history and heritage. In fact, one of the more popular tourist sites is the Air Sciences Museum, just east of Alexandra Road in Farnborough. The historic aviation site sits next door to Farnborough Airport and is dedicated to displaying the town’s proud contributions to air and science research. Visitors to the museum (only open on weekends) will be able to see parts of historic aircraft, ‘landmark’ artefacts reflecting important achievements and displays of invaluable research.

Finally though, if you happen to be in the town for the Summer, be sure to attend the week-long, biannual Farnborough Air Show. The event really is an occasion, demonstrating the flights civilian and military aircraft to a typical crowd of around 200,000 people. Ultimately, people from across the country travel to see this one of a kind event. Those who book stays in Farnborough short term accommodation can enjoy the four-day airshow from the comfort of their own ‘home away from home’ living areas.

All in all, Farnborough may be a relatively small town, but its recognition as a place for business as well as tourism is significant. Even those briefly staying in Farnborough temporary housing will quickly realise how the environment here is made for ‘bleisure’.

Transport

Farnborough Airport

Offering a portfolio of business and corporate services, Farnborough Airport is considered a major UK business jet hub. Its dedication to exclusively serve business aviation is favourable for corporates. What's more, it is also ideally just a five-minute drive from the town centre and Farnborough temporary housing.

Otherwise, Farnborough could be reached from other nearby business aviation airports. There are Blackbushe and Fairoaks airports, as well as the closest major facility, London Heathrow (LHR). It is only around twenty-five miles northeast of the town.

Farnborough Main Station

Operating as the main railway facility in the town, Farnborough Main station sits along the South Western Main Line. The station is often actually named Farnborough Main. This is to ensure it is distinguished from the other station in the town, Farnborough North. This station operates train services along the North Downs Line.

Running services across a variety of routes, both stations sit between Brookwood, Woking, Clapham Junction, Fleet, Basingstoke, Blackwater and North Camp stations.

By Metro

The closest underground facilities to Farnborough are based at London Heathrow Airport terminals and Uxbridge. Both are around thirty miles northeast of the town.

By Bus

There are at least eighteen bus routes which pass through the town of Farnborough, operated mainly by bus service company Stagecoach.

As well as enabling internal travel throughout Farnborough (to around thirty different bus stops in the town), passengers on buses in the area can also travel externally to locations such as Aldershot, Camberley, Chobham, Deepcut, Eversley, Fleet, Frimley and Wrecclesham.
Those visiting town can choose Farnborough furnished housing, offering easy access to bus routes and services which suit them.