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Earle House Serviced Apartments, Crewe, Cheshire

Earle House Serviced Apartments
35-39 Earle Street
Crewe
Cheshire

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Welcome to Earle House - the practical alternative to hotel living. Earle House is an exclusive development of one, two and three bedroom luxury serviced apartments located in the centre of Crewe, Cheshire. Each apartment has a unique layout with its own entrance, security lighting and a private 300 square meter car park with remote controlled gates and digital CCTV security system.

Centrally located within walking distance of shops, bars, restaurants, theatre and other attractions. We are only 28.3 miles (37mins) from Manchester airport, 6.8 miles (9mins) from M6 junction 16 or 17 and 1.1 miles (2mins) from Crewe railway station. Crewe offers a wide range for all tastes in shopping, dining and entertainment.

A home from home, Earle House is the first and only serviced apartments in Crewe. Unwind in a prestigious apartment in the heart of Cheshire and enjoy your own fully furnished contemporary apartment - space to live, space to work, space to entertain, space to relax.

Free wireless broadband. Free International satellite. Free car parking for residents and guests. Concierge service.

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