self-catering

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  • Self-catering is popular amongst the local population and visitors to the area.
  • Self-catering accommodation is available in the converted down waiting room of the former railway station.
  • There are also self-catering properties available and a bed and breakfast.
  • The fourth, International House, is a self-catering residence for foreign students.
  • The station is now a private house offering B&B and a self-catering cottage.
  • The land has planning permission for self-catering apartments, a food store and an office building.
  • Many of the buildings are now used as self-catering accommodation.
  • Self-catering facilities are provided, but no restaurant is available.
  • It is currently offered by its present owners as self-catering holiday accommodation.
  • Services offered by these facilities vary from self-catering to fully catered, and support to students.
  • In the following two decades, considerable investment was made in developing new self-catering accommodation for students.
  • This is the only German tower in the Channel Islands that is now a self-catering apartment.
  • Lodgings may be self-catering, in which case no food is provided, but cooking facilities are available.
  • The second and third floors have had many uses over the years but have recently been restored for self-catering accommodation.
  • Some companies rent out self-catering houses, as an alternative to staying in the hotel, in the village.
  • Despite being repaired, it suffered a period of post war decline after being converted to self-catering apartment accommodation.
  • It also has two hotels lots of self-catering accommodation and several guest houses scattered around the town.
  • Self-catering wilderness camps and luxury private camp sites are planned for the future.
  • The station has been revamped by the present owners into a family home and self-catering holiday cottages.
  • It was the first residential college to offer self-catering accommodation.
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