"Beaufort Apartment is positioned in the Upper Pantiles giving this apartment the enviable luxury of a large balcony that offers a view of this famous landmark.\nThe apartment has been furnished for the owner’s occasional use and has been cleverly styled to offer a haven away from a busy life. The classic and calm living room with high ceilings and chandeliers has an invigorating splash of citrus colours. The smart kitchen area and dining table for four make this room a great place to sit share a meal although inevitably one is drawn to the large bay window and out onto the balcony to watch the world go by.\nThe classic bedroom also has wonderful views onto The Pantiles and is light and airy. It has a mix of solid oak furniture with calming duck egg blues."
Beaufort Apartment: sleeps 2 + 2 in 1 x double bedroom and 1 x sofa bed
1st Floor Accommodation
Kitchen area with electric cooker, gas hob, extractor, fridge, microwave, washer/dryer. dining table with 4 chairs. Bluetooth speak.
Sitting area with sofa and double sofa bed (sleeps 2), and flat screen TV/DVD.
Bedroom with king size bed (sleeps 2), small flat screen TV with Freeview. En-suite shower room
Balcony with table and six chairs, covered bench and a large hanging swinging chair.
What you need to know
No cot or highchair
RCP Parking at bottom of Major Yorks Road.
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