Serviced Apartments in Ascot
The Berkshire town of Ascot is a charming area in its own right, though it is undoubtably best known across the world for its famous racecourse—which attracts over half a million visitors each year and provides huge amounts of revenue for the local economy. However, away from the races you'll find an attractive town with plenty of shops and restaurants, as well as lively bars and music venues.
Ascot Business Park is also home to several small and medium enterprises and has been subject to major investment in recent years. It is also around an hour from London by train, and just a short journey to Reading, making it a fantastic opportunity for commuters.
So not only does Ascot boast one of the most famous racecourses in the world, but it is also a fantastic business hub that continues to see promising growth, investment and development.
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Serviced apartments in Ascot
Ascot and the surrounding areas offer plenty of accommodation options, though these are in extremely high demand during the racing season. The town centre itself is reasonably small, so those looking to make a longer visit to Ascot may wish to consider a served apartments in the immediate area, which offers a fantastic semi-rural location whilst still giving easy access to transport links and the town’s attractions.
The Squa.re offer a broad range of properties in Ascot that offer an unbeatable blend of convenience and comfort, and serviced apartments offer a much more cost-effective solution for an extended stay than traditional accommodation. All of our properties feature dedicated access, for increased privacy, full kitchen facilities and a range of mod-cons, including wi-fi and air-conditioning.
Culture & shopping in Ascot
The main event of the calendar is of course Royal Ascot in June, which sees visitors from all over the world flock to the Berkshire town, but it also has plenty of other attractions on offer. The Savill Garden, just outside the centre is one of the most decorated ornamental gardens in the UK and there are also several natural trails and walkways in the areas. The Look Out Discovery Centre near Bracknell is set in the heart of an ancient forest and has over 70 interactive science exhibits for the whole family to discover. There are three golf courses in the vicinity – Berkshire Golf Club, Sunningdale Golf Club and Mill Ride Golf Club. Ascot also is only 6 miles from historic town of Windsor, which of course has its famous castle and heritage sites.
Ascot itself has a small selection of shops as one would expect to find on a town high street, with a convenience store, several charity stores and a home ware retailer. However, anyone looking to spend a day out shopping can easily reach Bracknell or Reading, which offer some of the best retail opportunities available outside of London.
Getting around in Ascot
Public transport is rarely needed in Ascot, as the town is not especially large and easy to navigate on foot. Alternatively, for those with their own transport, the town is conveniently located close to the M3, M4, M40 & M25 motorways, so it is relatively easy to make journeys across the UK.
Ascot features a reliable and comprehensive bus service that offers frequent routes to the surrounding areas and towards Bracknell, Reading and Windsor, with most operators accepting contactless payments and subscribing to the PlusBus scheme—offering reduced rates for multiple journeys.
Ascot railway station runs up to seven services per hour into London during peak hours, with a journey time of around one hour. There are also direct services to Reading, Clapham junction and Camberley, all of which offer connecting services to much of the UK.
Due to its semi-rural location, private hire firms are also a great way of reaching more remote areas.