Serviced Apartments in Northampton
Northampton has a rich history dating as far back as the Bronze age. From its early days as a small settlement, through to the industrial revolution. The 21st Century Northampton is now one of the largest towns in the United Kingdom. Northampton is the key seat of power in the county of Northamptonshire, a county proud of its stunning countryside, beautiful villages and stately homes. Staying with City Apartments in our serviced apartments offers you the perfect mix of town and country.
Business is booming
Northampton is fast becoming a powerhouse in British Business. Once famous for making shoes, it now focusses on attracting some of the United Kingdom’s biggest companies. Fuelling this growth is Northampton’s close proximity to London and Birmingham. With such a great location sitting in the middle of the country’s biggest cities, Northampton has become an attractive alternative to companies like Barclaycard, Avon, and Carlsberg. With a thriving skilled community of over 212,000 people and the University of Northampton, recognised globally as a ‘changemaker campus’. You can see why big business is moving to Northampton.
Night on the town
Northampton has vibrant atmosphere long after the sun goes down.
Food lovers are well catered for with the wide selection of restaurants. From small independent restaurants own by local people to large recognisable chains. Northampton provides tastes from around the world appealing to all foodies. The town centre has many different bar styles to choose from, casual evening drinks to partying until the early hours our serviced apartments are within easy walking distance.
Shoes and shows
The Cultural Quarter is Northampton’s dedicated local culture, history, and entertainment.
Northampton is proud of the Royal & Derngate Theatre. The main venue for arts and entertainment in Northamptonshire, with audience members and participants last year numbering more than 474,000. The theatre is accessible to all and hosts a year-round calendar of comedy, music, plays, and entertainment from some of the country’s leading touring shows and entertainers.
The Northampton Museum and Art Gallery are a shoe lover paradise with the largest collection of shoes in the world. Collecting shoes since the 1870s the Museum now has over 12,000! With shoes dating back to as far as the Ancient Egyptians, right up to the present days, this collection is a fascinating history of the evolution of shoes.