Royal Wootton Bassett High Street is within walking distance of Queens Court and has a variety of local facilities, including shops, banks, a library and Morrisons and Sainsbury's supermarkets.
Nearby Swindon is a great shopping destination featuring many well known national and international chains in both town centre locations and out of town retail parks. Swindon Designer Outlet has a collection of over 90 stores, from designer brands to high street favourites, all under one roof with restaurants, cafes, a creche and a newly modernised children's play area. Bristol and Bath are less than 40 miles away and are the premier shopping destinations in the South West.
Several friendly pubs and restaurants can be found just a short walk from Queens Court, perfect for a relaxing evening out, whilst the surrounding countryside is the perfect place for leisurely walks. Jubilee lake and Lydiard Park are both nearby woodland areas offering scenic walking paths, family cycling access and play areas for the children.??
In the nearby cities, towns and picturesque villages, you will find plenty of attractions to entertain you, from historic sites to concerts from world renowned artists.
There are a number of good nurseries and primary schools in the town, several of which are within a few minutes walk of the Queen's Court development. Students aged 11-19 will be in the catchment area for the Royal Wootton Bassett Academy, a large and popular school with an 'outstanding' Ofsted inspection and a reputation for academic success.
Sitting just off junction 16 of the M4, Royal Wootton Bassett is perfect for commuters going East or West. The M5 North is also easily accessible. Swindon Train Station, less than 20 minutes away, offers regular services to London, Bristol and Cardiff.
There???s good provision of opticians, pharmacies and GP
surgeries near the Queens Court development. Swindon???s main
hospital, the Great Western, is just a short drive away.