23 Dec

Culture and delights aplenty in Cheltenham

Culture and delights aplenty in Cheltenham

Cheltenham could be the perfect location for anyone looking for a cultural place to live, complete with plenty of night life, entertainment and a sporting heritage.

There is a wide variety of property for sale in Cheltenham to suit all tastes and budgets, with homes extremely sought after in what is an historic town dating as far back as the Domesday book, with Cheltenham's official market charter being granted in 1226.

A cultural hub for Gloucestershire and the south-west, the Wilson Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum offers an outstanding collection of antiquities and exhibits, while the town was also the birthplace of English composer Gustav Holst - famed for his composition The Planets.

With plenty of attractions for culture vultures to sink their teeth into, food lovers will also be offered a treat for the senses when heading out in Cheltenham. The Daffodil, The Brewery and The Wilson Cafe are just three fine establishments that are sure to fit the bill for anyone with a culinary penchant in the area.

However, one of the biggest attractions of the Gloucestershire spa town is undoubtedly Cheltenham Racecourse.

This historic and world famous venue hosts some of the most high-profile and sought after events of the racing calendar, while its facilities for entertaining guests are second to none. With race meets held throughout the year, there really is plenty to keep sports fans entertained in Cheltenham.

Finally, Cheltenham is a town offering excellent transport links to the rest of the UK, with regular rail services and fairly close proximity to airports in the south-east and Midlands. Public transport is also not a problem for those hoping to get around the town itself with as little stress as possible.ADNFCR-1222-ID-801767467-ADNFCR

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