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Thornbury

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21.7 miles

Midland Way Serviced Apartments are situated just over 10 miles roughly north of Bristol, in the town of Thornbury. They have one bedroom accommodation with some lovely open spaces in the communal areas, including modern facilities that enable guests to maintain a high level of independence and flexibility. Apartments include a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable seating, dining space and a flat screen TV. Guests will have use of the property’s Wi-Fi and there is also on-site parking.

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About Gloucestershire

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Gloucestershire is a beautiful and historic county, famed for a diversity of natural environments and including a wealth of historic towns and landmarks, from medieval cathedrals and towns to the Regency splendour of Cheltenham Spa.


About Gloucestershire

Although Gloucestershire is a county ascribed as being in the ‘southwest’ of England, it does not lie within the peninsula of land thought of by many as the ‘Southwest’, but rather north of Bristol and Bath, and shares a border with the South Wales county of Monmouthshire. Business travellers coming to serviced apartments in Gloucestershire will find a picturesque county awash with celebrated natural areas, including part of the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean. Its main towns are Gloucester and Cheltenham Spa, which lie close together and are ideally placed near the M5 and on the main line between Bristol and Birmingham.

Cheltenham has a number of different festivals throughout the year for literature, science and music, while the actual ‘Cheltenham Festival’ itself is one of biggest events in the UK’s horseracing calendar. Between the Cotswolds and the Forest of Dean lies the Severn Vale, a wide floodplain full of meadows and orchards that runs as far as Tewkesbury in the north, where visitors will find one of the best and least-altered examples of a medieval town still surviving in England. Our Gloucestershire serviced apartments bring corporate travellers a flexible and private space in the most important locations across the county.