If you want to be in the centre of London's main attractions then this place is ideal for you being equi-distant to Covent Garden, Oxford Street, Kings Cross/St Pancras and the City.
On arrival there will be a host to greet you and take you up to the flat and provide you with keys. You will have a professionally cleaned flat for your sole use.
The flat comes fully furnished with television, DVD player & free Wi-Fi internet connection should you wish to plug in your laptop.
There is a bright open-plan reception with a stylish kitchen. The flat has a neutral decor with modern fixtures and fittings. There is 1 large double bedroom with a double bed. Laminated wood flooring in living room and kitchen area, sisal carpet in bedroom, halogen spot lighting throughout. Beautiful fully-tiled bathroom with bath, shower and toilet. Separate utility room with washing machine, freezer and additional space.
A lovely quiet flat (being on the 4th floor - no elevator) with no residential neighbors. Very close to local shopping amenities of Brunswick Centre (large Waitrose supermarket for food/grocery shopping, cafes and restaurants, cinema, clothes shops).
The receptionist downstairs can answer any queries you have about transport, local attractions etc. Just walk out of the flat and turn left for all the main London attractions - walk up the road to Oxford Street with all its shops, Covent Garden for its theaters and trendy boutiques, Soho for clubs, bars and buzzing night life.
Just a few of the very local attractions:
Dickens Museum (5 minute walk)
John Soane's Museum (10 minute walk)
British Museum (15 minute walk)
St Paul's Cathedral (short bus ride or a leasurely stroll)
Soho, West End, Oxford Street, Leicester Sq, Trafalgar Sq are all a 20 minute walk away...
Across the road is a large garden - Gray's Inn Gardens
The flat is also very close to St Pancras International and its Eurostar connection into France (20 minute walk or buses 45, 46 and 18), the famous Camden Town with its alternative scene and markets (20 minute bus ride on the number 46), the City (within 20 minutes walk) to visit St Paul's Cathedral or the River Thames is just 10 minutes on the bus (243) to take you to the South Bank for its rich cultural focus - there you will find Festival Hall, National Theatre, Tate Modern, Millennium wheel, Houses of Parliament. A short bus ride away is also Trafalgar Square where you will find Nelson's Column, Tate Gallery and the National Gallery going down to Buckingham Palace.
Transport: The flat is an 8 minute walk to Holborn or Chancery Lane tube stations (Piccadilly and Central Lines), 10 minutes to Russell Square (Piccadilly Line), 15 minutes to Kings Cross/St Pancras (various underground lines and overground trains) and 20 minutes to Tottenham Court Road station (Central and Northern Lines). There are plenty of buses on Theobalds Road itself serving the City, West End, South Bank and Waterloo.
I manage the flat and the serene therapy centre beneath it. It is a fantastic place to work for me and I love the building with its Victorian features. I am a Medical Herbalist and Nutritional Advisor in the therapy center but am currently on maternity leave. The lovely receptionists Sanjay and Angela take care of the place and the visitors to the therapy centre and flat.
Brilliant Location - Being in this area makes you feel as if you are in the middle of everything and you are close to most things you would want to see on a visit to London.
The building itself is remarkably quiet with no residential neighbors.
That flat itself is charming with a cozy feel and people who have stayed here in the past have really appreciated the space and its atmosphere. The building used to be a meditation center which is what initially attracted me to it.
Discounted massage therapy and other treatments from therapy center below.
Cafe next door called Bea's of Bloomsbury famous for its English cream teas that features in Time Out and Vogue.
Very Local: A must see is the British Museum, about a 15 minute walk from the flat. More local is are other smaller museums Dickens and John Soane Museums. Take a walk down the very quaint and pretty Lambs Conduit Street famous for its boutiques and cafes, leading onto the famous and scenic Corams Field with its playing fields, water features and children play areas surrounded by parks to explore or simply walk past to the ever popular Brunswick Centre with its art house cinema and many shops. A great big Waitrose supermarket also means the best quality food for your shopping needs as well as anything else you may need.
Local: Covent Garden, West End - Oxford Street, Soho, Marble Arch. South Bank - Tate Modern, National Theatre, Royal Festival Hall. The list goes on.
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|Deposit of £300 required. As long as there is no damage or loss to the property then deposit will be returned to you.|
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1/ Cleaning fee of £20 is payable for your stay.
2/ £20 bank transfer fee for payments received (payment for rental is taken half on booking and half on arrival and so owner pays two fees). Thanks.
|The flat will be professionally cleaned in advance of your stay and cleaned after your stay also. You are however required to maintain a good standard of living whilst in occupancy.|
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay. Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (GBP) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.