Why choose a
SilverDoor Tamworth apartment?
What is a serviced apartment?
Built to remedy the dearth of accommodation options
available to suit the business traveller, serviced accommodation is the
undeniable top choice for travelling and relocating professionals around the
world. Aside from being far more cost effective than a hotel equivalent, with
longer stays benefitting from a tax discount, serviced apartments in Tamworth boast
style, space and sophistication in excess.
Space to relax.
After enjoying a stay in an entire apartment, you won’t want to return to hotel
room accommodation. Often featuring a spacious living area, guests can relax in
the privacy of a whole place to themselves.
Space to dine.
With your own private kitchen and dining area, you needn’t rely on takeaway
food or eating out to fuel you during your trip as you have the freedom to cook
anything you like.
Space to host. Not
only is serviced accommodation great for when you need some me time, it’s also
ideal for inviting friends, colleagues or family to stay. Cook dinner, watch TV
and enjoy the on-site amenities all in the comfort of your own private space.
What do I need to know about staying in Milan?
With a warm and humid climate, Tamworth, like much of
Australia, experiences hot summers and mild winters. Rainfall is also expected
year round, with summer storms in November to January especially seeing heavy
showers with a danger of flooding. Remember your umbrella and sun cream if you
have a trip planned during the summer months.
Having its own national airport, Tamworth has ideal
links to key Australian cities with daily flights to Brisbane. A train service
also runs to Sydney, as well as local bus services in Tamworth city.
Tamworth is twinned with the English town of the same
name: Tamworth is a large market town north-east of Birmingham and town
twinning is a modern concept aimed to enhance relationships and understanding
between different cultures.
What else is Tamworth known for?
“First City of Lights”
As the first city in Australia, and the entire
Southern Hemisphere, to have its streets lit by electric lights, Tamworth paved
the way for advanced technology in the country. The whole town came out to see
the light switch on as they had no idea what it would look like: you can visit
The Power Station Museum today to explore the city’s bright history.
Country Music Capital of Australia
As previously mentioned, Tamworth is globally famed
for its annual Country Music Festival; the largest of its kind after Nashville.
Attracting tens of thousands of local and international visitors each year,
this iconic festival is key to the cities tourism and is well worth a visit if
you can get tickets.