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Is 2000Trees the Festival for You?

Cheltenham is already known around the world for its many festivals, most notably the jazz and food festivals, but since 2007 there’s been a new event in town - the 2000Trees Festival. This year 2000Trees runs from Wednesday July 10 to Saturday July 13 and happens at Upcote Farm, Withington, Cheltenham GL54 4BL (just eight miles from Cheltenham town centre). Will you enjoy 2000Trees? We've created a...

Three of the Best – Cheltenham’s Favourite Bars

Life is busy - there’s work to be done, dogs to be walked, children to be taken to and from school and then there’s the housework oh, the housework. Sometimes, what you need is to gather your favourite peeps and head to the pub. Thankfully, Cheltenham has no shortage of wine bars, cocktail bars and, of course, pubs. Here’s just three of our favourites. Harry Cook Free House, 23 Montpellier Walk,...

Leaving on a Good Note

As much as you’ve loved living in your Cheltenham rental property, it’s time to leave. Maybe you’re buying a house in Cheltenham or you’re moving to a bigger place. Whatever your reasons for moving to a new home, you’ll be leaving your old one and it’s always best to go as smoothly as possible and on the best terms with your landlord or letting agent. Here’s how to move on with your head...

The Benefits of Town Centre Living

Cheltenham really does offer residents and visitors the best of both worlds because while it’s not a huge town, it has a lot going on - so much so you might never want to leave! Here are just some of the benefits to town centre living in Cheltenham. A very active social life Living in a town centre means you’ll have lots of opportunities to meet new people, form close friendships and join lots of...

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How to Reduce Your Tenants’ Bills

If you have a rental property in Cheltenham then you’ll probably want to reduce your tenants’ utility costs to make life easier for them. Making upgrades to your rental property can also increase the value of your investment in the long run, enabling you to attract and retain tenants. Here are the best ways to reduce your tenants’ living costs and to make your rental property more attractive to...

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Renting to Students

The University of Gloucester has more than 12,000 students shared between its Cheltenham and Gloucester campuses, making this demographic popular with Cheltenham landlords. If you have a rental property in Cheltenham and you’re thinking about letting it to UoG students in the near future, we’ve got some tips to help you make a success of it. Renting to students is a little different to “regular”...

How to Move with Children

Moving house is stressful enough when there’s just one or two of you, but throw a child or two into the mix and the tension can ramp up tenfold! If you’re buying a property in Cheltenham for you and your family to live in then we have a few pointers for you to make the transition nice and smooth (ish). Explain exactly what “moving house” means Younger children sometimes think that “moving...

Cheltenham to Get a New Italian Restaurant

La dolce vita is about to get even sweeter in Cheltenham with the arrival of an authentic Italian restaurant in Imperial Square. Settebello, which is already established at Gloucester Docks, is opening up another restaurant in Belgrave House on the square. The Grade II property was the home of Pizza Express but it’s been vacant for over 18 months and is now waiting to be turned into a three-storey...

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Four Great Things About Renting in Cheltenham

You might think we’re a bit biased, but Cheltenham really is a brilliant place to live. Whether you’re buying or renting a property in Cheltenham, you won’t regret your decision to settle in this beautiful and historic town. Here’s just four of the many great things about renting in Cheltenham. The rent is pretty cheap The average rent in Cheltenham in 2024 is £1,120 and while this is an...

Tips for Living in a Houseshare

With two of the University of Gloucester’s campuses being in Cheltenham, there’s quite a few houseshares in this town for students. Many people live in houseshares at the start of their  careers, too and you can find a large double room in a large house for around £450pcm, with around £150 on top for bills. If you’re about to join a houseshare, here are eight useful tips to help you to...

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