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Apart From Home - Wellington Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Apart From Home - Wellington Street
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29 Wellington Street

West Yorkshire

LS1 4JT | View map

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Apart from home offer contemporary 4* studio, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments conveniently located in the heart of Leeds city centre just moments from the train station, the main shopping streets and the vibrant bars, clubs and restaurants that Leeds has to offer. All our apartments are furnished to a high standard with fully fitted kitchens and open plan living areas with LCD televisions with Freeview, DVD players, stereos with iPod docks and FREE wireless broadband connections. All bed linen and towels are included and weekly maid service for stays of 4 nights or more. Complimentary toiletries are provided as is tea, coffee, sugar & biscuits. Our 24 hour on-call manager is available throughout your stay and early check-ins and late checkouts are also available subject to availability (a small charge may be made for this service). Limited secure car-parking is available and is subject to availability and pre-booking. A security deposit of £250 is required for each apartment and is taken as a pre-authorisation against your credit card. *** We operate a strict NO PARTY policy in all our apartments ***Apart from home is a perfect alternative to a conventional hotel and you wont be disappointed staying with us!

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