2 bedrooms home away from home -Escape Genertic bland hotels
Central location, walk to ANU, Cafes and restaurants
Your home away from home- just bring your clothes- everything else is supplied!
Anything but generic corporate beige!
Located in the Inner North, close to the City, ANU, shops and cafes within walking distance. Close to everything that matters in Canberra (less than 3kms to city centre). Max 4 people in 2 bedroom, no children under 10, smoking or pets allowed (sorry!).
Features AC Modern appliances, quality fixtures and fittings - polished timber floor Fully equipped kitchen with microwave Outdoor space Queen size and double bed with quality linen TV WIFI CD player - BYO CD's Washing machine Off street parking / carport light and sunny No to smoking, children and pets (sorry!). Limited disabled access.
RATES $140 - $180 per night (10% discount for 7+ nights)
*Includes weekly service. 10% pensioner discount.
Guests say: 'best holiday ever'; 'we'll be back'; 'fantastic attention to detail'; 'try as I might, I can't find anything you haven't thought of', and 'the place I come back every business trip, it has everything I need (and more)'.
Reverse Cycle Heating
Reverse Cycle a/c
Short Term Lease
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Apartment Size:80 m² (approx)
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