Cheltenham The Brewery Quarter
Cheltenham was one of England’s very first, purpose-built holiday resorts. Built in the 18th Century, the focus was on restorative therapies, which is why the town is sometimes known as ‘Cheltenham Spa’. Although it’s retained much of its Victorian charm, Cheltenham has undergone modern redevelopment schemes, helping it to attract a new generation of visitor. In addition to the stunning architecture, you’ll find superb places to eat, excellent shopping and, once a year, the whole town is transformed as the Cheltenham Festival takes over. Cheltenham’s The Brewery NCP car park puts you right in heart of the action and within easy access to some of Cheltenham’s best kept secrets.
The Brewery Quarter Parking
If you want your trip to Cheltenham to involve some serious shopping, make sure you pay a visit to the Brewery Quarter. With The Brewery NCP car park just three minutes’ away, you won’t find more convenient parking in Cheltenham – especially when it comes to getting back to the car laden with bags! The Brewery Quarter has managed to successfully combine retail therapy with entertainment, making it a popular day out.
In addition to an extensive range of shops, including everything from high-end stores to small, independent retailers, the Brewery Quarter is practically bursting with places to eat, catering to even the fussiest tastebuds. You’ll find well-known restaurants rubbing shoulders with independent eateries focused on offering premium quality cuisine. On top of that, you’ve got Cineworld a minute away, where you can catch a film, between hunting for bargains.
University of Gloucestershire Parking
Although it’s been standing for a long time, the University of Gloucestershire was only granted university status in 2001. Before that, it had been the Gloucester College of Higher Education and the Cheltenham Mechanics’ Institute. Today, the university offers over 100 undergraduate courses and over 50 for postgraduates. The Brewery NCP car park is located just a five-minute walk away; perfect if you’re visiting a friend at the uni or dropping off a student to its doors at the start of a new term.