A really nice, comfortable apartment for your holiday in London!
Our smart one bedroom apartment is in a gated community very near the Tower of London.
Across the road is St. Katherine's Dock a marina that has many shops, pubs and restaurants. Tube and bus connections to theatres, museums, exhibitions, art galleries, are only a short walk away. It is a very good base for your holiday.
People under 25 and smokers are not acceptable. The rate includes electricity, water, gas, Egyptian cotton sheets and towels - Plus FREE parking space.Internet access. Plus Welcome pack. There is no maid service.
BR B Amenities: /B BR Fridge/freezer, Coffee maker, Microwave cooker, Gas hob Electric oven, Washer/dryer, Hair dryer, Satellite TV, Radio/Cd player.Internet access.
The bedroom has one double bed.Floor to ceiling storage cupboards, chest of drawers with hair dryer. There is a bathroom with bath and shower, toilet etc.
If you have a car then the free parking space is very useful - specially in the centre of town.
BR B Activities: /B BR Close to Tower of London, Tower Bridge. St. Katherine's Dock and marina is across the road with a Waitrose supermarket, pubs, shops and restaurants. Tube and bus links to the rest of London's theatres, museums and exhibitions are only a short walk away.
There are walks along the river banks .
BR B Area: /B BR The London Eye, The biggest ferris wheel in the world has got to be a must, (Each capsule holds 25 people) it is taller than St.Pauls Cathedral and from the top of it you can see for thirty miles in all directions.
Before you try that though there are many things to see in the vicinity of the apartment. The Barbican Theatre, The London Museum, The Globe theatre- a replica of Shakespeare’s original one built on the same site. This is the result of a project by the late Sam Wanamaker.
HMS Belfast, a warship from the 2nd world war. There are lots of interesting walks along both banks of the river, then on Friday mornings you can walk across Tower Bridge to visit a flea market with over five hundred stalls, thats if you like antique bargain hunting. Boat rides on the river- up and downstream.
If you are interested in the military there's the Imperial War Museum a bus ride away and The Royal Observatory and the National Maritime Museum.
The Cutty Sark an old tea clipper that used to race back from the far east with exotic cargos 'Round the Horn' is open, as a museum -All these things are just down river at Greenwich Park.
I could go on and on, there is so much for you to do and see.
We have been renting this property for over twenty years and have visitors from the, USA, Canada, South America, Russia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand etc mmany of them have returned over the years.
We liked the very central and quiet location next to the Tower of London and it's the perfect place to see the best London has to offer. Since we have been here it has got even better ,with more shops and restaurants.
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