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Living in Cheltenham
An impressive spa town famous for its festivals, culture and heritage.
Whether you want top attractions, exciting events or the peaceful countryside to accompany luxury living, when you move to one of our retirement homes in Cheltenham you’re sure to find what you’re looking for. This is because this fantastic town and our apartments offer the best of everything and are an ideal place to find some well-deserved enjoyment in your golden years.
Lifestyle in Cheltenhem
One of the town’s main attractions is of course the famous racecourse, which holds the annual Cheltenham Festival and Gold Cup. However, this key fixture in the racing calendar is just one example of the many top events and meets the ground holds throughout the year – many of which being open to all age groups.
The award-winning Pittville Park is another must-see attraction and is the largest ornamental park in the town. The park itself is Grade II listed and contains beautiful, sprawling grounds, lakes, children’s play areas and the Pittville Pump Room. The historic Pump Room is often called the ‘jewel of Cheltenham’s Regency architecture’ – it’s also Grade I listed and perhaps the most impressive of the town’s spa buildings,
When you move into one of our retirement homes in Cheltenham, you’ll soon find that this spa town has a thriving and welcoming community when you’re out and about. Whether it’s shopping in the busy high streets and wide-ranging array of stores and amenities, enjoying the bars, restaurants and venues of Brewery Quarter or visiting the other family-friendly parks, you’ll feel content and at home here.
Further to this, there are plenty of sports clubs and leisure centres in Cheltenham and many community events that you’ll be more than welcome to get involved with or set up a membership.
Whether you want an exciting day trip with family and friends, or you simply fancy a change of scenery, there’s a wealth of sights to see near our retirement homes in Cheltenham.
Art lovers can visit one of the many galleries, the Gardens Gallery is particularly popular and offers opportunities for local artists to showcase their work. You can also take in a bit of culture and history at The Wilson, which is Cheltenham’s main museum, or learn about revered composer Gustav Holst at the Holst Birthplace Museum.
The Montpellier District takes in some of the town’s most impressive Regency townhouses and greenery and just around the corner from here is The Promenade, which includes the fabulous, ornamental Long Gardens.
Looking slightly further afield from the town, The Cotswolds are only a short journey away if you buy one of our retirement homes in Cheltenham. This idyllic countryside backdrop features rolling hills, quaint little villages and a variety of scenic walks and cycle paths which offer the best of nature in the southwest.
Neighbouring Gloucester is also well worth a visit and features many popular attractions such as its cathedral and the Gloucester Docks and Quays.
Cheltenham is also well connected in terms of transport and the nearby M5 offers easy access to Bristol and Birmingham. Equally, the town is served by a railway station that has regular trains to London, Cardiff and most of the country’s major cities.