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No.1 Earls Villas, Chester, Cheshire

No.1 Earls Villas
The Square
Seller Street

Chester
Cheshire

CH1 3BJ | View map

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Contemporary living in an historic city ...This stylish town house in the centre of Chester epitomises contemporary boutique style accommodation. A luxurious holiday retreat that features two double bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and spacious living area with walled garden. Additionally, there is parking for two cars (in a secure garage and supplementary private parking space), a home office, cinema room and free wi-fi.Pamper yourself on a city break with home comforts. Situated within a stone's throw of the canal, Earls Villas is only a few minutes walk from the famous Eastgate clock, Chesterís pubs and fine restaurants, the River Dee, and the railway station Ė whatever youíre looking for in Chester, itís on your doorstep.Earls Villas has the relaxing environment required to enhance your stay. The fully equipped kitchen has a Gaggia espresso machine, food processor, stainless steel pans, a dishwasher and more. It has the equipment needed to prepare anything from a lazy breakfast in bed to haute cuisine dinner parties.

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