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Avalon Apartments, Brighton, Sussex

Avalon Apartments
West Street
Brighton
Sussex

BN1 2RP | View map

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ARCHITECT DESIGNED DEVELOPMENT At ground level Avalon offers secure, undercover allocated parking; above is a new mezzanine level landscaped square for the sole use of residents. Boasting architect-designed soft and hard landscaping on the podium decking area. This beautifully presented City Centre apartment can be suited to both the holiday maker and business person (two minutes walk from the Brighton Centre). HOTEL QUALITY ACCOMMODATION The apartment comes with a TV with wide choice of Sky channels, DVD player, CD player, secure underground car parking and can sleep up to six people.Fresh sheets and towels will be provided at the start of your stay. There is an integrated washing machine and dishwasher in the kitchen area. Two decks chairs can be used on the balcony. Welcome food packs can be arranged. CENTRAL LOCATION The Kingswest concert hall and cinema complex, Duke Street, West Street, the De Vere Grand and Hotel Du Vin are all under five minutes walk from the apartment. Brightons main station is approximately 800 metres away, from where a regular service operates into London Victoria and London Bridge stations. Journey times are approximately 55 minutes during peak hours. London Gatwick airport is just over 46 kilometres (29 miles) away by car via the M23.

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