An ancient town with a Roman past, Cirencester is a picturesque place to stay in the Cotswolds.
SITU’s serviced apartments in Cirencester give easy access to this picturesque Gloucestershire market town, while locating the corporate traveller amidst the stunning natural beauty of the Cotswolds.
Less than a hundred miles from London, Cirencester actually lies on a tributary of the River Thames. It is home to a well-known agricultural college and has a history habitation stretching back to before the Roman invasion. The town is a great location for making use of the space and flexibility that serviced apartments offer, allowing visitors to the area to do more with their time there.
With the Corinium Museum (Corinium was the Roman name for the town), Roman Amphitheatre, Cirencester Park and the Brewery Arts Centre, there is plenty for those staying in our apartments to do, even before you take into account the stunning landscape of the Cotswolds. So, whether it’s business, pleasure, or a bit of both, your stay in our comfortable won’t disappoint.
Cirencester does not have its own dedicated railway station, however Kemble railway station is just four miles away.
Kemble railway station provides travellers with excellent links to such local areas as Gloucester, Cheltenham, Swindon and direct peak time trains to London Paddington.
Local and national bus and coach companies serve Cirencester
Stagecoach, Swanbrook and Pullhams bus companies provide access to nearby towns and the wider Cotswolds, while National Express has a stop on London Road for travelers going to London Victoria coach station.
Cirencester has good access to small and large airports alike
Bristol International Airport is 48 miles away, while London Heathrow is 83 miles away. Travellers looking for private charter can use Cotswold Airport at Kemble.