Our family of three (2 adults & and 11 year old) loved staying in this apartment in Camden. The proximity to the Camden Town underground station simply couldn't get any better--literally across the street. Staying in an apartment allowed us to experience London in a much more local, less touristy way.
The apartment itself is adorable. You enter at street level and there is a half bath at the top of a short staircase. A few more stairs up, and you are in the kitchen/dining/lounge. Two bedrooms and another bath with shower were on the next level. (Yes, there are a few stairs, but that's part of the charm!)
All of the appliances are new and worked well. Although the kitchen area was small, it was more than adequate to prepare full meals, and the refrigerator was very spacious. There is a washing machine only--no dryer--but we became experts at efficiently arranging our laundry on the drying rack.
Both of the bathrooms (in addition to the entire apartment) were spotless and worked well. Having a second half bath was a plus. There was enough space to stow luggage, etc. without having to constantly move it from area to area.
As other reviewers have mentioned, this area of Camden can be loud on weekend evenings. If you are a light sleeper, this may be problematic. We were aware of the issue going in and found it a small price to pay given all of the other positive attributes of the apartment. (Earplugs. They work wonders!)
Overall, the neighborhood was bustling and busy, but we always felt safe. There is a Sainsbury's grocery store down the street, and an M&S Simply Foods within an easy walk. There are a number of local restaurants nearby, and Poppie's Fish and Chips was a quick favorite for fish and chips. The Northern Line gave us easy access to anywhere we wanted to go, but keep in mind the station is exit-only on Sunday afternoons, and you may be routed to the stairs (no escalators to platforms) at other times on the weekend.
We would happily stay here again!