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Draycotts of Chelsea, Chelsea, London

Draycotts of Chelsea
44 - 46 Draycott Place
off Sloane Square

Chelsea
London

SW3 2SA | View map

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Draycotts of Chelsea offer a superb selection of elegant self-contained fully serviced studios, one, two and three bedroom London apartments, each with private facilities spread across two prestigious Victorian townhouses on Draycott Place in the heart of fashionable Chelsea.

Generous living space and tasteful furnishings combine to make Draycotts of Chelsea a very attractive choice for the modern traveler seeking affordable quality, comfort, freedom and unsurpassed privacy in idyllic surroundings in which to reflect, relax and unwind.

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Nearest Train Station: Sloane Square
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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 16
Unit Type: Serviced Apartments
Price Guide: From 630 per week
Nearest Major Town: Central London
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