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Comforts of Home Apartments, Twickenham, London

Comforts of Home Apartments
Thames Eyot Cross Deep
Twickenham
London

TW1 4QL | View map

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Tired of staying in hotels? The hotel alternative for smart business people.Try our serviced apartments - studio, one and two bedroom apartments. We combine the convenience of a hotel with the space, privacy and comfort of a home from home.If you are on a business assignment, relocating or just visiting the area, we are available for stays for 1night, 1week to 3months. A lovely Art Deco portered building directly on the Thames River. Tastefully decorated apartments, furnished to a very good standard. Larger space than a hotel room with relaxing sitting area, comfortable beds, dining area, kitchen and bath/shower. T.V. DVD, DAB radio, CD player, with internet access coming soon. Cleaner on a daily basis. With a welcome package of coffee/tea, croissants and fruit for your morning wake-up. A private & quiet building with secluded garden access onto the river. Parking included.Convenient for transportation links to London. A short walk to all restaurants and shops in Twickenham.Walking distance to Twickenham Stadium, close to Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens, Ham House, Richmond & Orange Tree Theatre. We will meet you at the apartment on your arrival. Help you with any questions you may have on your stay in Twickenham. Wishing you a comfortable stay.Comforts of Home

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