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No 17 Serviced 2 Bedroom Townhouse, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

No 17 Serviced 2 Bedroom Townhouse
17 Naunton Terrace
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

GL53 7NU | View map

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Why stay in a small, impersonal hotel room just like all those others when you can enjoy the delights of this comfortable, well appointed serviced town house property just minutes from the heart of Regency Cheltenham. There’s a range of modern facilities at your fingertips including a fully equipped kitchen and you’ll enjoy all that extra personal space you just don’t get in a hotel room in which to dine, recline in front of the modern digital TV or perhaps relax with a book on the ample suite. Upstairs the master bedroom to the rear has a comfortable double bed and fitted wardrobe, whilst the second bedroom has a single bed and additional rollaway bed as well. The lovely bathroom offers all the features you would expect in a modern property including bath and shower and heated towel rail for those chilly mornings.The property offers wireless internet access, off road parking, courtyard garden, central heating and double glazing. No 17 is located on a quiet no through road in the popular area of Leckhampton just 100 yards from the Bath Road. It's a 10 minute walk to both Montpellier and Cheltenham town centre. The Bath Road offers excellent local facilities including supermarkets, specialist shops, banks, pubs and restaurants. There is easy access to the M5 and other main routes as well as the train and coach stations.

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