Clench Street B
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Fully furnished serviced four bedroom townhouse. The clench house is great for families or for corporate employees as there is plenty of space, a preferred option for many of our guests over a hotel.
As you enter the house the kitchen is on your right and further down the hallway is the lounge with patio doors leading to the garden. The kitchen is fully equipped with all mod cons you would expect from a 'home' so you are no longer governed to hotel timetables and can cook at your own convenience and have the food items you like to eat. A washing machine is supplied to cater for all your laundry needs, gone are the days of going back home to piles of washing.
The lounge is a good size if you are sharing with colleagues or staying with your family and has two sofa's, a television with freeview and dvd player. There is a dining table and chairs for you to all sit down to eat at meal times.
On the second level there is a double bedroom and a single bedroom. The double bedroom has a double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and bed side lights. There is an en-suite with a shower, wash basin and mirror and shaving power points. The single bedroom has a single bed, wardrobe and bed side table with a night light.
On the third floor there are two double bedrooms with double beds, wardrobes and the main bathroom is also on this level. The bathroom has a bath with a shower overhead, wash basin and shaver power points. Bed linen and towels will be provided on arrival plus complimentary toiletries. If your stay is longer than seven days our housekeeping team will clean the house and change the towels and bed linen.
Free Broadband is included in the nightly rate unlike hotels so you are not forced to buy internet packages and there is one allocated parking space for a small vehicle which is available at £5 per night.
There is a local convenience store close by for all your amenities and we do offer a food welcome pack which can be ordered from our reservations team up to 48 hours before your arrival date.
One of the UK's largest retail shopping outlets West Quay is within walking distance and close by is Oxford Street famous for some of Southampton's finest restaurants and wine bars. The Mayflower Park is always good to visit as very often you will see the latest cruise liner docked and there is a park if you are a family to cater for all ages.
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.