Apartment of the Month – Apartment 9 – Conveniently situated 2-bed by main lift on popular Atrium level with feature fireplace, vertical blinds & light shades – £330,000

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Cheltenham Local Amenities and Attractions

Your ideal location!

Secure independence just moments from all the amenities and attractions that Cheltenham has to offer.

At the junction of Gloucester Road and The High Street, Honeybourne Gate is an easy walk from the boutique shopping, leafy boulevards, public gardens and Regency style that is Cheltenham Spa. Rebranded as the Festival Town a few years’ ago, Cheltenham has over 20 Festivals each year, a packed programme of events and a great selection of bars and restaurants and excellent shops to choose from.

Transport and access

There is car parking on-site, nearby public transport or local taxi cabs offering easy access to Cheltenham’s town centre amenities. Honeybourne Gate also has its own direct access onto the pathway that runs along the old Honeybourne Line to the shopping complex at Honeybourne Way.
The Honeybourne Line is traffic free and can be used to walk to the Prince of Wales sports stadium to the North and the railway station to the South.

Cheltenham is also ideally situated to explore the Cotswolds and historic Gloucester with its cathedral and docks. Birmingham and Bristol are just an hour away. There is easy access to the M5 and the A40 whilst the M4 is just 45 minutes away and Cheltenham Railyway Station is well served with regular trains to London, Bristol, Birmingham and towns and cities further afield.

Festivals and entertainment

Year round, Cheltenham enjoys a busy calendar of varied culture and events. The world famous Jazz, Science, Music and Literature festivals attract leading musicians, writers, scientists, performers and thought leaders from around the world. Cheltenham Racecourse hosts the legendary Gold Cup and renowned November Meeting, whilst the town’s acclaimed theatres and venues promise top-class performances. Close by, the convenient Brewery Centre brings together family movie entertainment and dining choices – a perfect treat for visiting grandchildren.

Shopping and services

Waitrose Superstore – just 7minutes walk, part of which is through the beautiful Winston Churchill Memorial Garden directly accessed via the private bridge onto the Honeybourne Line
Tesco Superstore – hidden behind the grade 2 listed building that was the former hq of the Chelteham Gas Company and only 2-3 minutes walk from the main reception entrance
Marks and Spencer, John Lewis and many independent stores – can be found in the heart of Cheltenham and are within a 20 minute work of Honeybourne Gate.

Destinations nearby

Promenade – Chic boutiques, designer outlets, continental style cafes, quality dining

The Brewery – Multi-screen cinema, luxury screening rooms, bars, world cuisine

Racecourse – Racing meetings, festivals, concerts and events

High Street – Major retailers and department stores, Regent Arcade, John Lewis department store

Montpellier – Fashion independents, quality bars, brasseries and restaurants, Montpellier Gardens

The Suffolks – Antique shops, art galleries, formal and informal dining

The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham Library and the Wilson Museum and Art Gallery – less than 15 minutes walk from Honeybourne Gate

Pittville Park – Opened in 1825, Pittville Park is the largest ornamental park in Cheltenham and features the magnificent Pump Room and lakes. This park is given a grade 2 listing under the English Heritage register of historic parks and gardens, with the Pump Room as a grade 1 historic building. Honeybourne Gate is a 5 minute drive or a 22 minute walk from Pittville Park

So, as you can see there are so many reasons why Honeybourne Gate would be your ideal next home. For more information about what Cheltenham has to offer why not visit the Visit Cheltenham website