Originally a separate village, Charlton Kings, one of the largest Cheltenham suburbs, has retained much of its character. It is centred around the medieval church of St. Mary, near which you can find many local shops and library.
Situated on the southern edge of Cheltenham, tucked under Leckhampton Hill with its mysterious Devil's Chimney, Leckhampton is an attractive residential area with Bath Road at the heart of local shopping.
Montpellier is often referred to as the continental quarter of Cheltenham, famous for its cafes, restaurants and art galleries. Montpellier Walk with its distinctive caryatids is one of the most beautiful shopping streets in the country.
Pittville is one of the finest examples of Regency architecture. Although never finished this ambitious project features some of the finest houses in Cheltenham, including the magnificent Pittville Pump Room set in the surroundings of Pittville Park.
Situated on the north-east edge of Cheltenham, Prestbury has retained much of its picturesque village character. Beautiful thatched cottages and Cotswold stone buildings are some of the features of Prestbury.
St. Mark's is one of the great examples of between-the-wars housing developments. For its distinctive character featuring buildings influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, this part of Cheltenham was designated a conservation area.
Just few minutes walk from the town centre, St. Paul's is centred around St. Paul's Church, built by Pittville Pump Room's architect John Forbes. This originally 19th century artisan area is in the vicinity of Pittville Park and the Leisure Centre.
Until 1991 a separate village, Swindon Village on the north-western edge of Cheltenham is a quiet residential area focused around the Church of St. Lawrence, a fine Norman structure from the 12th century.
Centred around park land which once meant to be the zoological and botanical gardens, The Park is a nice residential area featuring some of Cheltenham's finest houses and villas. Tivoli is the birthplace of the actor Ralph Richardson.
Situated on the south-western edge of Cheltenham, Up Hatherly commands great views of Leckhampton Hill. Famous for being home to Rolling Stone Brian Jones, most of the housing here was developed after the Second World War.