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Moorend Townhouse

Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire (CO298)
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Moorend Townhouse details

Moorend Townhouse is a quintessential townhouse residence situated near the centre of Cheltenham. On the doorstep is the bustling and eclectic Bath Road, while a short 10 minute walk takes you to the popular Montpellier and Tivoli districts of Cheltenham.

The ground floor features a stunning open plan layout comprising a sitting room, kitchen, wc and double height conservatory style dining area which floods everywhere with light. The property’s contemporary feel is accentuated with an array of modern art combined with the comfort of oak floors, under floor heating and wood burning stove. Outside discover the walled courtyard garden including a paved eating area, pizza oven and barbecue providing an excellent facility to extend the ground floor entertainment area in the warmer months. The first floor has two stylish bedrooms that are light and airy with one bathroom and one en-suite shower room. The property has off-street parking for one car with adequate free on-street parking for another nearby and is ideally positioned to stroll around the fashionable restaurants, bars and vibrant cultural scene of Cheltenham.

Cheltenham is the cultural centre of the Cotswolds. Designed in the 18th and 19th century as a Spa town it is well known for its elegant regency architecture and impressive choice of restaurants, entertainment and culture. Most notable is Cheltenham’s reputation for the year round calendar of events, which include the Cheltenham Literature, Jazz, Music and Science Festivals, Cheltenham Races, the Everyman Theatre and numerous other entertainment, retail and culinary venues offering something to suit every generation. Easily accessible from the M4 and M5, Cheltenham is just over an hour away from Bristol, Bath and Birmingham and two hours away from London. There are good transport links by rail and road to the town. Cheltenham is an excellent base from which to explore the Cotswolds.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • Two double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and one family bathroom.
  • Double height conservatory/dining room with french doors.
  • Enclosed courtyard garden with paved dining area.
  • Children and infants in own travel cot/moses basket welcome.
  • One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
  • Off-street parking for one car and on-street parking for second car.
  • WiFi.
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Exposed oak flooring and underfloor heating on ground floor.
  • Modern art in sitting room.
  • Downstairs cloakroom with wc.
  • Electric oven with separate gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher.
  • Flat screen televisions with Freeview in sitting room and master bedroom.
  • Bose iPad dock and player.
  • Outdoor lighting, bread oven and barbecue in courtyard.
  • Garden furniture.

Attractions and amenities

  • Four minutes’ walk from the property is the lively and eclectic Bath Road which features a wealth of independent shops, restaurants and cafés. And less than a mile away are the popular Montpelier and Tivoli districts of Cheltenham which can be reached in a short 10 minute walk.
  • Cheltenham is renowned for its vibrant arts and culture scene. The perfect place to start is at The Wilson, Cheltenham’s award winning art gallery and museum.
  • Cheltenham Racecourse is world famous for its horse racing events with the highlight of its calendar being Cheltenham Gold Cup week in March.
  • Visit the Pittville Park & Pump Rooms to see a fine example of classic Regency architecture.
  • Learn about the intriguing world of gin distilling at Brennen & Brown Distillery, you can even make your own bottle of gin in their Gin Lab.
  • See the glorious Cotswold scenery from a traditional steam train on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway which runs through 24 miles of beautiful countryside.
  • The Cotswolds Way is a long distance footpath running through the Cotswolds hills which offers many circular and short walk routes to suit all levels of experience.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

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