Captains Place B
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If space and luxury are what you want our serviced property Captain’s Place is for you. This beautiful two bedroom town house lives perfectly in the heart of Southampton for city and public transport connections. Set near historic Oxford Street you are never far from a choice of relaxation and entertainment.
Living Space - Ground Floor
This level contains a fully equipped kitchen/dining space boasting a gas hob, electric oven, fridge freezer, toaster and kettle. It is the perfect place to cook for one or more. Complimentary tea/coffee awaits you on arrival.
A dining area with table and chairs makes it the perfect palce to host guests or family.
Adjoining is the dining and living space complete with comfy sofas giving you the chance to relax in front of the large Freeview widescreen LCD TV, HDMI ready and with USB ports so you can watch your favourite films. A garden adjoins the property.
The property comes complete with cloakroom storage, as well as home to an iron, vacuum cleaner and other cleaning items.
Each double bedroom comes complete with a luxury bed, the finest linen, generous wardrobe storage space and modern alarm clock radio with MP3 connectivity.
Two main bathrooms ensure a chance to relax the muscles with deep baths, power showers and exclsuive toilertries with towels provided on arrival.
The property comes with a housekeeping service working to your timetable and is perfect for a family or group busniess trip. Unlike hotels there are no restrictions with us – your space, your time.
Captain’s Place comes with a drive and parking for one car.
Located on England's south coast, Southampton has been a major port since the 13th Century and was home to the RMS Titanic. The Maritime Museum in the Wool House features an exhibition on the ill-fated liner.
The main station in the city is Southampton Central with excellent links to London and other south coast towns and cities. Southampton Airport is located in the town of Eastleigh, just north of Southampton. It is connected to the city by a frequent rail service, and hosts flights to UK and some European destinations.
Southampton harbour is no longer used for car ferries to Europe, but remains the embarkation point for many cruise liners. Sailing is very popular, and Southampton Water has been the start and finish of the Round the World Yacht Race for 30 years.
The main retail facility is the West Quay Shopping Centre, which was the biggest city-centre shopping mall in Europe when it was opened.
The largest green space is Southampton Common which covers a larger area than Hyde Park in London and includes a Wildlife Centre, a swimming pool and several lakes and ponds.