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Gloucester

From £130 per night
0.3 miles

The Worcester Serviced Apartment benefits from an excellent GL1 location at the heart of Gloucester’s city centre. There is a great deal within easy walking distance, including the cathedral, railway station and the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital. The apartment has two bedrooms, one containing a king size bed, the other a double bed, and the bathroom has a steam shower. The well-equipped kitchen includes a washing machine and tumble dryer, and rental also comes with weekly housekeeping.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Gloucester

From £69 per night
0.3 miles

These one, two and four bedroom serviced apartments are ideally located in the centre of Gloucester, set in a quiet, secure and peaceful location. Guests will be a short seven minute stroll from Gloucester's railway station. The apartments are situated in a residential and gated site with CCTV, whilst inside, guests will find the accommodation furnished to a modern standard with a two bedroom apartment offering two bathrooms, perfect for corporate travellers sharing accommodation.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Gloucester

From £82 per night
0.3 miles

On a quaint cobbled back street in the centre of Gloucester, within easy reach of the cathedral and other attractions, Saint Johns Serviced Apartment is a gorgeous spot for up to four guests, with one double bedroom and a sofa bed. Exquisitely furnished, the apartment has soft carpets to caress those bare feet and there is a corner sofa in the lounge where guests can relax in front of the 4K Smart TV. The luxurious feel continues in the bathroom with a six-point shower which gently massages users.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Gloucester

From £90 per night
0.4 miles

Southgate Street Serviced Apartments offer two bedroom accommodation in the centre of the Gloucester, just a short walk from the Eastgate Shopping Centre and also within walking distance of Gloucester Quays, where they can find plenty of eateries and a cinema. The apartments each have a balcony, two king-size beds, good storage with wardrobes and chests of draws and all the amenities for a comfortable extended stay. These include cooking facilities, in-apartment laundry and even a dishwasher.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Gloucester

£Call for quote
0.6 miles

With one bedroom and two bathrooms, and space for up to four guests, Biddle Shipton Serviced Apartment is a unique apartment by the water in Gloucester. This accommodation sits within a Grade II-listed building and has some stand-out features, not least of which is the large wooden wheel in the main living area that helps provide some of the natural layout. There are astonishing views from much of the apartment, especially from the Juliet balcony and the dining table situated across from it.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £90 per night
6.4 miles

Looking out onto the A40 Lansdown Road on the outskirts of Cheltenham, The Mews serviced accommodation sits within a gorgeous sandy-coloured period property and includes two bedrooms in a situation convenient for coming and going from the town. The property features two double rooms, a living room, separate kitchen and a dining area located within an attractive conservatory. The apartment also has use of a courtyard garden with outdoor furniture and benefits from having on-site parking.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £92 per night
6.7 miles

Situated within walking distance to Cheltenham’s city centre, close to many local, bars, shops and restaurants, Tivoli Mews Serviced Apartment offers an elegantly designed apartment. Bright and spacious, the apartment features a double bed in the bedroom, whilst also providing an abundance of storage space for personal belongings. Guests can also make use of the fully-equipped kitchen, perfect for creating a quiet meal for one, or entertaining friends and family.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £105 per night
6.8 miles

Quince Cottage is a lovely and charming semi-detached cottage offering fully furnished serviced accommodation. The cottage has modern furnishings with antique touches throughout. Guests can make the most of the fully equipped kitchen and home appliances. If staying here on business, guests can also make use of a private study area. There is also a small garden with outdoor furniture, including a table and chairs, in order for guests to relax outside in the summer months.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £105 per night
6.8 miles

Providing lavish surroundings for up to two guests amidst the Regency opulence of Cheltenham, 18 Lansdown Crescent Serviced Apartment is a great one bedroom option for business and leisure travellers. Within walking distance of the town centre and the fashionable district of Montpelier, it is nonetheless in a peaceful location. Features include the distinctive fireplace in the living room, a space which is counterbalanced nicely by a smart bathroom with shower and tub and a fully equipped kitchen.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £119 per night
6.8 miles

Tucked away in a quiet location close to the city centre, the Lansdown Place Serviced Apartment is a stunning two bedroom offering for up to four corporate travellers coming to stay longer in Cheltenham. Contemporary and spacious inside, it nevertheless turns cosy in the evening, relaxing on the large corner sofa after a meal cooked in the modern, fully equipped kitchen. Communal outside space, and the availability of residential parking, make this a superb aparthotel choice.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £125 per night
6.8 miles

In a beautiful, mansion-like building in the exclusive Montpelier area of Cheltenham, Wolcote House Serviced Apartment provides elegant two bedroom accommodation for those visiting this Regency spa town. The property is Grade II listed and welcomes guests through an entranceway flanked by grand pillars. The apartment is on the first floor and, though newly refurbished, is presented in a way that is sympathetic to its surroundings. Guests have their own cooking and laundry facilities.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £125 per night
6.8 miles

Lansdown Terrace Serviced Apartment is not far from the centre of Cheltenham and the Montpelier Street area, a little over five minutes’ walk away, has plenty of bars, eateries and shops, all set against Cheltenham’s typical Georgian splendour. The apartment is a two bedroom, two bathroom offering, decorated with a definite nod to the luxury and opulence of the Georgian era. But beyond this, Lansdown Terrace comes with a full set of modern facilities that guarantee visitors a comfortable stay.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £105 per night
6.9 miles

Elegantly designed and furnished to a high standard, Lansdown Crescent Serviced Apartment provides guests with a grand, spacious, and homely environment for the duration of their stay. Although a contemporary, fully-equipped kitchen is provided, guests can dine out in a selection of independent restaurants, cafes, and bars, which are a five minute walk away. Onsite parking is available, alternatively guests can find Cheltenham Spa train station just a 16 minute walk away.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £119 per night
6.9 miles

78 Suffolk Road Serviced Apartment has an open plan ground floor with a kitchen and living area. From the ground floor, stairs go both to the lower ground floor and to the first floor, each leading to a bedroom with an associated bathroom. This layout provides a great level of privacy, especially for professional travellers sharing the apartment. The lower bedroom can be arranged as a double or a twin. Facilities include a flat screen TV in the lounge, in-apartment laundry and driveway parking.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £92 per night
6.9 miles

Situated in the heart of Montpellier, close to Everyman Theatre and with excellent transport links, Suffolk Road Serviced Apartment is lower ground floor and boasts a modern interior design. Fully furnished and tastefully decorated, the apartment provides guests with everything they need to enjoy an independent stay, a fully-equipped kitchen comes complete with some of the latest appliances and allows for the creation of a home cooked meal.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £130 per night
6.9 miles

Queens Parade Serviced Apartment is located in the vibrant city of Cheltham and is within easy walking distance of Cheltenham Spa train station. This apartment offers guests a comfortable bed in each bedroom and the spacious living room provides guests with a space to relax in the evening after a long day at work. The fully equipped kitchen which opens onto a dining area is completed with a washing machine and a dishwasher giving guests the flexibility and privacy of home.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £152 per night
6.9 miles

Montpellier House Serviced Apartment offers a three bedroom apartment located in the delightful town of Cheltenham. Well situated in the quiet area of Suffolk Square, this apartment benefits from easy access to join the city centre of Cheltenham via Monpelier House bus stop which is only a short distance. Guests can find stylish fittings which includes a spacious fully fitted kitchen which integrate a dishwasher and a washing machine and an elegant living room.

Min. Stay 7 nights

Cheltenham

From £100 per night
6.9 miles

Situated in a gorgeous little apartment block near the centre of Cheltenham, the St George’s Road Serviced Apartment is an excellent two bedroom accommodation option. Tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished, the main living area benefits from the light coming through a large set of concertinaing French doors, which open to make the inside and the outside space almost as one. Full cooking facilities, underground parking and a washing machine complete a superb apartment offering.

Min. Stay 3 nights

Cheltenham

From £65 per night
7 miles

This selection of attractive serviced apartments in Cheltenham are conveniently located just a five minute walk from Cheltenham’s popular Montpellier area, which offers a variety of boutique shops and restaurants. Stylish décor and comfortable modern furnishings ensure guests are able to relax and enjoy their stay. Additional benefits such as large flat screen televisions, high speed Wi-Fi internet and iPod docking stations ensure that guests are well entertained during their time in our Cheltenham, Suffolk Road Serviced Apartments with a weekly housekeeping service including towel and linen change.

Min. Stay 4 nights

Cheltenham

From £99 per night
7 miles

Offering superb one bedroom accommodation on the edge of Cheltenham city centre, Douglas House Serviced Apartment is a feature-filled option for up to two guests on a longer stay. The apartment is situated within an attractive period property and has its own entrance and parking space. The living area has comfortable seating, a flat screen TV and tall windows that let in good natural light. There is a well-equipped kitchen with a full range of appliances and a smart bathroom with a shower.

Min. Stay 3 nights

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About Gloucester

Overview

Centrally located and with a rich history dating back to early Roman times, the cathedral city of Gloucester is a great place for corporates to stay in serviced accommodation.


About Gloucester

The city of Gloucester is the county town of Gloucestershire, alongside other large South West English towns Cheltenham, Cirencester and Stroud. Gloucester and its population of around 130,000 lie on the edge of Wales with the English counties of Herefordshire, Wiltshire, Worchester, Somerset, Warwickshire and Oxfordshire neighbouring the remainder of the county border. The city is also intersected by the River Severn, the largest of its kind in Great Britain.

Travelling here is straightforward as well. Those staying in Gloucester corporate accommodation can utilise the major M5 and A38 road routes which serve the city. There is also the main railway station which links to the South West of England, London and important northern locations.

Much of what we know about the modern-day city of Gloucester comes as a result of many centuries of Roman occupation. Since the first settlement was established in the Kingsholm area around 50AD, the city continued to be an important centre for the following generations. Furthermore, throughout the Anglo-Saxon, Middle Ages and Tudor periods the city maintained a high status. Its general layout has survived to this day.

Earning port status also proved to be a turning point in the city’s history. Further attention came to Gloucester from the rest of the world as a result. The port was, therefore, able to grow and expand throughout the Industrial Revolution and into the twentieth century. Although such industrial prowess has recently lessened, the city still benefits from its rich heritage and historical foundations. Guests staying in Gloucester serviced apartments will surely see how the city is reigniting its past British prominence.

Gloucester Economy

Back in 2017 Gloucester ranked in the UK’s top ten most productive and entrepreneurial business areas. The city also eclipsed the results coming out of the English capital. The recent successes of the city’s economy have been down to the work of the Gloucester Heritage Urban Regeneration Company and the £700 million investment into Gloucester’s rejuvenation. Gloucester’s heritage undoubtedly plays a significant role in terms of economic success. Therefore, attention placed upon the city’s seven hundred historically-listed buildings is vital. They are also responsible for drawing in a vast majority of tourists to the city. Around six million travel here every year, staying in practical Gloucester aparthotels and also contributing to the overall visitor annual spend of around £200 million.

In addition, Gloucester also takes pride in being home to world-leading advanced engineering companies and a strong finance and insurance cluster. The future strategy is clear too. To maintain the momentum these companies emit as well as create further jobs for the public. Gloucester City Council’s Regeneration and Economic Development Strategy makes clear the intentions to prioritise the people. Creating more housing, jobs and vibrancy to the city centre are the aims. Central to achieving this is securing foreign investment, which the city continues to work on. As well as strong business relationships with Aviva, The Peel Group and Linden Homes, Gloucester city council plans to secure a large number of even more investors. All of this potential can be accessed by guests staying in any of SITU’s range of Gloucester city apartments.

Popular Attractions

Staying in Gloucester short term accommodation may not be enough to ensure you see all the best attractions the city has to offer. Immensely popular amongst travellers is the famous Gloucester Cathedral. First originating around 678, the Cathedral still stands in the north of Gloucester, close the River Severn. Whilst many credit its fame to the burial place of King Edward II, others will also appreciate the Cathedral for its appearance in two of the early Harry Potter films. However you consider the cathedral’s importance, our Gloucester serviced apartments can ensure you are within the close vicinity so you can visit the site for yourself.

Visitors to the city can also appreciate one of the most complete surviving Dominican black friaries in the country. Founded in 1239, the Blackfriars lies in the heart of the city and is a great representative of Gloucester’s precedence to maintain history.

Corporate travellers may want to venture from the comfort of their Gloucester furnished housing or short let after a long day of business to soak up some of the city’s natural beauty. First stop for sure is the Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust. The Trust protects habitats and species across sixty nature reserves throughout Gloucestershire. Much can be learnt when visiting the nature preserve, such as its fifty-year history and commitments of the over five hundred volunteers.

Another educational attraction is the Museum of Gloucester. Following a National Lottery fund injection, Gloucester’s Museum was extensively renovated and now has on display the best possible reflection of the city’s history. It is fair to say history and nature are important to the city and staying in Gloucester extended stay apartments enables guests every opportunity to see all the county town has to offer.

As well as the pleasant and natural attractions that lure leisurely travellers to Gloucester all year round, signs of economic progress make the city ideal for the corporate traveller. Moreover, our range of Gloucester corporate accommodation are located all across the city, making it easy for business people to enjoy staying in one of the country’s most historic cities. 

 

 

Transport

Gloucestershire Airport (GLO)

Gloucestershire Airport, formerly known as Staverton Airport is conveniently located between Cheltenham and Gloucester, close to the M5. The airport is no further than a half an hours drive to Gloucester and a forty-minute train journey to Gloucester Railway Station.

The Number 94 bus service between Gloucester and Cheltenham stops less than one kilometre from the airport’s entrance. Alternatively, taxis can be taken from almost anywhere in Gloucester to the airport.

Gloucester Railway Station

Gloucester Railway Station is home to the second longest platform in the UK and has benefited from a recent renovation project. The station is right at the heart of the city, opposite the Gloucestershire Royal History and War memorial.

Information about this station’s facilities and train times can be found at www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.gwr.com

By Bus

Based on Station Road and just opposite Gloucester Railway, the Gloucester Transport Hub is the new bus station which opened in October 2018. Part of Gloucester’s regeneration scheme was to renovate the bus station, which now includes a new café, shop, larger seating area and twelve new bus bays.

Visitors to Gloucester can also take advantage of the Waterwells Park & Ride situated south of Gloucester city centre and just off the A38.