Staycation or work visit, King Square Apartment welcomes you. Georgian themed serviced apartments in historic listed building with safe services during the pandemic. King Square Apartments opens in September, welcoming guests to stay in the boutique themed serviced apartments.
The Grade 2 listed building, in King Square, stood abandoned and in an uninhabitable state for some years before it was bought in 2018. Property developers, Pamela and Sean have spent the last two years renovating the building back to its natural history, and in September, it will open as 5 serviced apartments in for short or extended stays.
By employing local professionals, from construction workers, carpenters, electricians, to discovering a local interior designer, the apartments are on track for their grand opening in September. The apartments will continue to employ local residents and tradesman, and will be focusing on promoting local restaurants, venues and places to visit as part of their visitor information.
Step back in time with the King Square Apartments, featuring five serviced apartments that have been individually designed to show the history of the building and Bridgwater area.
Overlooking the tranquil King Square, five serviced apartments offer a whole floor (60 Sq/m) fitted with living room, kitchen, bathroom and super king sized bedroom. The fully equipped kitchen, living area with SMART TV and luxurious furnishing will make sure your stay is unique.
Apartments are exclusive to guests, fitting in the current Covid-19 precautions. Each apartment is on a separate level, so to reduce contact with other guests staying.
Business services and equipment is also available for guests requiring printing, faxing or a conference table that sits up to 8 guests.
The apartments will be available for short or extended stays, and opening in September 2020.
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Bringing Old Buildings back to life.King Square Apartments 26/09/2020
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