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Self-Catering in Cheltenham

Deep Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Deep Street
15 Deep Street
Prestbury

Cheltenham
Gloucestershire

GL52 3AW | View map

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These houses and barn conversions are located in the heart of Prestbury village which is a 5-10 minute drive from the centre of Cheltenham. We have a 4 bedroom house, a 3 bedroom house, a 3 bedroom barn conversion and a 2 bedroom barn conversion.You are just minutes away from the stunning Cotswold Hills and pretty villages like Winchcombe with its famous Sudeley Castle and gardens and a short journey from Cheltenham itself.The houses/barn conversions are all individually furnished but very similar in style and all overlooks a stone gravel courtyard. These great properties really suit anyone looking to get away from it all or looking to spend valuable time with friends and family.The images shown are typical of that development and may not be for the exact property you confirm.After you make your booking you will receive an e-mail confirmation from JMP Luxury stating your booking details with key collection information. If you do not receive this please contact us a.s.a.p. so we can provide the information over the phone.Please be aware that credit cards and american express incurr a service charge for making payment of 2%.

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