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This fully serviced one-bedroom apartment based in the heart of Southampton’s Bedford Place and offers an ideal setting for business or pleasure. With close motorway and transport links to London and Southampton International Airport it makes this the ideal commuter location or perfect over night stay before a holiday.
As you enter the house you will find the open plan kitchen fully equipped including a washing machine on hand to take the hassle out of the big wash on your return home. Unlike hotels the kitchen area offers you the space and time to cook for whom you want, when you want. A small yet cosy dining area for up to four people makes it the perfect setting for you and your guests.
The lounge area provides the perfect place to relax with a Freeview TV/DVD player and Broadband with Wifi. This service is free, unlike hotel Internet packages that restrict your time and space so no unexpected bills on checkout!
Compact bedroom with a double bed, wardrobe and bedside table. The main bathroom has a power shower over the bath; a washbasin and complimentary toiletries and towels are supplied on arrival.
Osborne road is set in the perfect surroundings for walks such as Southampton Common, which covers a larger area than Hyde Park in London. It includes a Wildlife Centre, swimming pool with several lakes and ponds. Award winning restaurants and bars are a 5-minute walk should you fancy a bit of socialising after a hard day or why not take in a production at the Mayflower Theatre. West Quay shopping centre is the hub for the ultimate shopping experience and within close proximity.
One allocated parking space is available for a small fee of £5 per night.
Please note we can offer a meet and greet Monday to Friday and at the weekends keys need to be collected from our main office: 60 Oxford Street, Southampton, SO14 3DL.
If you are looking for that home from home feel in a perfect yet cosy space Osborne road is the ideal property for you.
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.