Prices originally quoted in
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|Period||from||To||Weekly||Weekday night||Weekend night||Minimum stay||Changeover day|
|Early Summer||1 Jun 14||29 Jun 14||£350||1 week||Flexible|
|High Summer||29 Jun 14||6 Sep 14||£380||1 week||Flexible|
|Autumn||6 Sep 14||1 Nov 14||£350||1 week||Flexible|
|Winter||1 Nov 14||1 Mar 15||£280||1 week||Flexible|
|Early spring||5 Mar 16||9 Apr 16||£300||1 week||Flexible|
|Spring 2016||9 Apr 16||7 May 16||£340||1 week||Flexible|
|Early summer||7 May 16||28 May 16||£395||1 week||Flexible|
|June||29 May 16||2 Jul 16||£395||1 week||Flexible|
|High Summer 2016||2 Jul 16||3 Sep 16||£450||1 week||Flexible|
|All other dates||-||-||£280||£40||£40||3 night||Flexible|
The property does not have weekend tariffs
Please note: these prices may exclude fees and can vary depending on when you stay and how long for. Prices are also subject to change at the advertiser’s discretion.
Prices and length of stay can be flexible. The nightly rate is between £50 and £70 per night depending on length of stay, number of guests and season. Please email for a price.
We say that the apartment is great for kids, because we have to tick a box and we didn't want to tick 'no kids'. I don't know that a second floor flat truly is 'great for kids', but it's certainly fine for a baby or an older child.