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Business Class @ Greenhills
Greenhills
Cleveland Terrace

Darlington
County Durham

DL3 8HN | View map

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Business class @ Greenhills-setting new standards for opulence, exclusivity and luxury living in County Durham with this new serviced apartment, available for short term lets with no minimum stay. Serviced apartments are a new concept in the North of England which offer guests a real alternative to standard hotel accommodation. Ideally located within a few minutes walk from Darlington town centre in the much coveted West End this small well maintained development is home to Greenhills an outstanding two double bedroom / 2 bathroom executive apartment. Exuduing style and elegance Greenhills combines the luxury of 4/5 star hotel accommodation with the space, privacy and independance of a modern fully eqiuipped apartment. Interior designers Apricot Lime have created an ambience that rivals any 4 star accommodation Darlington has to offer . With opulent and luxurious surroundings Greenhills can offer corporate and leisure guests a real "home from home" experience. We are confident that Greenhills will exceed the expectations of even the most discerning of guests. As the apartment is situated within a small residential development we would ask guests to be considerate in terms of noise in and outside the apartment, and respect it as they would there own home.

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