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No 71 serviced 3 bed house, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

No 71 serviced 3 bed house
71 Albemarle Gate


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Set on the outskirts of the town centre ,overlooking the pitch and putt course, this modern3 bedroom non-smokers house offers :Bedroom1 Sleeps 2 Luxury 6 foot superking zip and link bed which splits into 2 single 3' beds.Bedroom 2 Sleeps 2 Luxury 6 foot superking zip and link bed which splits into 2 single 3'beds.Bedroom 3 Sleeps 1 Single bedPlus there is a folding bed in the lounge for the 6th guestUpstairs bathroom consisting of WC, bath washbasin and separate shower cubicleDownstairs cloakroom Spacious lounge/diner with TV , video recorder and DVD player, comfortable sofa and chairs, dining table and 6 chairs.Fully fitted kitchen with washing machine, fridge freezer, microwave, double oven and hob, crockery and utensils, pots and pans.Enclosed rear garden. Sun loungers, BBQ and picnic table are available for use in the warmer weather.A cot, bottle warmer and highchair is available at no extra charge.There is a selection of games and books for guests to enjoy free of charge, as well as a selection of videos.A post box and Spar shop are a few steps away from the rear of the house.The town centre is approx a 15 min walk or a bus travels half hourly. Cheltenham Spa railway station is appprox 25 mins walk.This property is totally flexible and suited to both families and groups of friends wishing to explore Cheltenham and it's many festivals. Pittville Park has a traditional childrens playground, animal corner, bird aviary,boating lake, pitch and putt course, tennis courts, skate park, and leisure centre with indoor 25m pool. This will reopen in 2008 as it is currently undergoing refurbishment.Prestbury Park racecourse, famous for The Gold Cup and Open meeting is just a few minutes walk away, as well as The Pump rooms in Pittville Park.

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