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Hello,

Our family is planning on visiting for Christmas however our flat is too small to fit everyone in. I was wondering if anybody on the estate would be interested in renting their flat for Christmas Eve / Christmas Day or Boxing day? I am aware there are restrictions on short lets on the estate however we are fellow residents and it would just be for the festive period.

Please feel free to private message me if interested

Thanks,

Ian

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Hi Ian

Not sure if you are aware, but you can hire the guest rooms in Crescent House. I have done so for my family members and the rooms are very nice. Ask at the estate office in regard to the availability. 

AW

Thanks AW, I’ll look into that!

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