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Serviced Accommodation, Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey

Serviced Accommodation
Richmond-upon-Thames
Surrey

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We specialise in the provision of serviced apartments, short term lets and corporate housing in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames.

  • They are all close to local amenities, road and motorway networks, main line or underground train systems and with easy airport connections.
  • Each apartment is fully equipped with fine furnishing throughout and all necessary appliances, crockery, cutlery, linen and towels etc.
  • Every apartment also has a TV, VCR, Hi-Fi, telephone, fax and answer phone included.
  • A one page agreement makes renting an apartment easy, and on arrival we will be on hand to show you around and make you feel at home. If there are any specific needs please ask.
  • Details

    Nearest Train Station: Richmond
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    Months Open: All Year
    Number of Units: 12
    Unit Type: Serviced Apartments
    Price Guide: £600 - £700
    Nearest Major Town: Richmond

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    Units Serviced Daily - Weekly
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