Located in the historical town of Stevenage Old Town, Astonia Lodge is a stylish development of 38 one and two bedroom retirement apartments.
The town has a number of notable historic buildings; include the partly 12th century church of St Nicholas, and the remains of a medieval moated homestead in Whomerley Wood, amongst others. Stevenage can claim renown as having the first traffic-free shopping zone in Britain, with its pedestrianised town centre officially opened by the Queen in 1959.
The Stevenage Art & Leisure Centre houses the Gordan Craig Theatre which includes the theatre, gallery, restaurant and cafe and Stevenage Leisure Centre which houses a sports hall, indoor bowls hall, squash courts, gymnasium and dance studio.
Other leisure facilities include an IMAX cinema and Fairlands Valley Park which is equipped with a sailing centre, cafe and 20 acres of lakes, ideal for walking and cycling.
Stevenage has a modern shopping complex, Westgate, housing shops and cafes. Surrounding the shopping complex is Stevenage new town high street which has a great choice of shops, eateries and pubs. Situated in the Old Town high street there are a wide selection of restaurants, cafes in relaxed settings and a couple of local supermarkets within walking distance to Astonia Lodge.
Stevenage provides excellent shopping and leisure facilities which includes, amongst others, bakers, supermarkets, cafes, restaurants, pharmacies, hairdressers, and clothes shops all within the main centre and close by to Astonia Lodge.
Trains from Stevenage include services from London Kings Cross to Cambridge and fast trains to Edinburgh via Stevenage. Bus and coach services provide links to places such as Welwyn Garden City, Hemel Hempstead, Luton, Letchworth and Hertford.
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