From humble beginnings as a modest market town, it was established as a Spa in 1716. Cheltenham has since become one of the most fashionable spa resorts in the country, with handsome Regency architecture. Broad avenues and fine parks.
More than just an historic spa town with a Royal pedigree, Cheltenham now cherishes its past yet looks confidently towards its future.
- Pittville Pump Room
- Cheltenham Museum
Cheltenham boasts a broad selection of primary and secondary schools within easy reach of Thirlestaine Park with the most obvious, being the most prestigious, Cheltenham College.
- Naunton Park Primary
- Cheltenham College
- Cheltenham Ladies College
- Cheltenham College Junior School
With easy access to both the M4 and the M5, Thirlestaine Park and Cheltenham act as a gateway to the South West whilst also having ease of access back towards London via either the M4 or M40.
The development itself is within a short walk of the town centre however bus routes are also available.
Birmingham Airport can be found just over 40 miles from Cheltenham.
- Cheltenham Spa Train Station
- Gloucester Airport
- Birmingham Airport