We have two apartments to choose from in Imperial Court:
Imperial Court Four offers 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and The Studio is a spacious ground floor apartment ideal for
two, but with the option for a third guest on the sofa bed.
Each is furnished in a contemporary and comfortable style with smart, modern kitchen facilities and bathrooms.
Imperial Court is situated in a side street just off the main Promenade in the centre of town, and each apartment comes with a parking space in a gated, secure private car park.
It is within easy walking distance of the High Street, the café area of Montpellier, Imperial Square - host to the town’s many festivals - the Town Hall, the Everyman Theatre and numerous shops,
restaurants and bars.
A slightly different property, split over two levels with living space on the ground floor and bedrooms below:
Arch Mews offers 2 double bedrooms with a bathroom and a shower room. Like Imperial Court, it is furnished in a contemporary and comfortable
The property is situated at the end of Lansdown Terrace Lane; a cul-de-sac within a short walk of the fashionable Montpellier District with its distinctive architecture and many cafés and bars,
which in turn is close to the centre of Cheltenham. Free on-street parking is usually available in the lane outside or near to the house.
During the eighteenth century Cheltenham became one of the most fashionable health resorts in the country after King George III visited the town to treat his infirmities; establishing Cheltenham as a spa town. Regency town houses line the historic Promenade, squares and terraces and visitors are still able to sample the spa waters at the Pittville Pump Room; a short distance from the town centre.
Imperial Court is right on the doorstep of the town centre, being a short stroll from the principal street of Cheltenham - The Promenade - with its fine regency terraces, stylish shops, Neptune Fountain and the annual Christmas Market. The town offers good shopping, great restaurants, cultural activities, fantastic nightlife and three theatres: the Everyman, the Playhouse and the Bacon.
Similarly nearby are the Imperial Gardens, the Town Hall and Montpellier Gardens. These locations form the central hub for the annual Cheltenham Festivals of Jazz, Science, Music, Food & Drink and Literature.
Cheltenham Racecourse is a short bus or taxi ride away and is considered a world-class venue, hosting regular fixtures throughout the year, including The Gold Cup National Hunt Festival in March. ‘The Centaur’ is also at the racecourse and is a large venue for conferences, events, concerts and exhibitions.
All this makes Cheltenham the ideal location for an entertaining city break all year round.