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Alderman Apartments, Bristol, Bristol

Alderman Apartments
near Whiteladies Road
Cotham Lawn Rd

Bristol
Bristol

BS6 6DE | View map

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Serviced apartments superbly located for the university, the BBC, the BRI hospital and Bristol city centre. You will find the studio nested in a quiet road just a couple of hundred metres from Whiteladies Road with easy access to all the exclusive shops, restaurants and bars.An exciting brand new development of 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom and studio apartments, all individually designed and furnished to the highest standards. Some apartments with patio garden. Enjoy a modern interior, bright & warm colours, huge top to bottom windows that allows lots of sunshine. Fully equipped kitchen giving you the freedom to eat what you want when you want. You can park on the street near by, but a secure parking available on request, please book in advance. Just bring your suitcase, what could be easier?SERVICES INCLUDE: Weekly Maid Service & Linen Change; Telephone; Microwave, fridge freezer and washer dryer; Television, DVD player and music centre; Welcome pack; Hairdryer; Cable TV/Freeview; Books, magazines, CD & DVD collectionSecure off-road parking, Cot & Broadband available on request, please book in advance.Parking 3+VAT per nightPlease note all our apartments are non smoking and not suitable for Hen or Stag parties. We look forward to your booking!

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