|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
This London home is offered by The London Agent - your short let specialists with more than 25 years of lettings expertise.
Rates and dates change frequently so please enquire if your dates are available before you make a request to book. We will supply an accurate quote when you enquire. Discounts may be offered to fill gaps, for long lets and in winter months.
THE PHOTO LIBRARY
Re-designed, fabulous townhouse in Camden! This originally was an old photo-library, which has been beautifully transformed into a two bedroom townhouse without losing any of it's former quirky originality! Happily situated on a quiet residential street, you have beautiful Primrose Hill, Regents Park and Camden Town very close by.
LIVING & DINING ROOM
✓ On the ground floor, enter off the street to a comfortable dining ‘hall’ with black stone flooring, dining table and chairs for six and a storage cupboard.
✓ The spacious living room is adjacent and offers comfortable sofas, one of which is a sofa bed.
✓ A delightful bedroom is upstairs and is a magical space to retreat and listen to the London rain.
✓ The room has a double bed, ample storage, TV and skylights with black-out blinds.
✓ The second bedroom is off the living room and offers a double platform bed. This bed is accessed by three steps and is suitable for two adults or children over twelve years old.
✓ Also on the first floor and adjacent to the bedroom is a handy study area complete with desk and chaise longue to ponder or dream.
✓ More skylights here to gaze at the London sky.
✓ The kitchen is on a mezzanine level between the ground and first floor.
✓ It is fully equipped with fridge, dishwasher, electric hob, full-sized oven, microwave, kettle, toaster and utensils.
✓ Small but more than adequate with plenty of storage space.
✓ The bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a small bath plus overhead shower, WC and basin.
✓ A second bathroom is on the ground floor and is a wet-room with power shower, basin and WC.
✓ Mornington Crescent underground - Northern line - Zone 2 - 5 minutes walk.
✓ Euston & Kings Cross Station - National Rail, Northern Line, Victoria Line, Piccadilly Line, Hammersmith & City Line, Circle Line, Metropolitan Line - zone 1 - 15 minutes walk.
✓ Fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi.
✓ A high chair and cot may be provided subject to availability - please request when you book.
Camden is a well known area of central London in close proximity to Bloomsbury, Kings Cross, Fitrovia and Clerkenwell. This private residence offers relaxed accommodation and excellent value in a fun and interesting central London location. From here you are able to whizz into central London, mooch about markets and parks, or cycle calmly along the canals on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Head off in the evening to relax over a drink and some live music…
Please note that all of our rates are set and charged in Stirling (£). If you are viewing our rates in a different currency they will be an approximate conversion and can not be entirely accurate. Please refer to the quote we send you, or our website for the correct rate.
Residential lettings expertise from more than 25 years in the business! At The London Agent we manage central London homes on behalf of owners who live abroad. Our aim is to make it simple and straightforward from booking to departure and we are only a phone call away.
Hello, our rental experience was good.
Practical and beautiful the apartment.
Great location, near the subway but far from noise.
We recommend the apartment.
Me and my friends had a great time here and we are happy to recommend it. It's an original kind of flat with lots of rooms and space to spread out in, which is good when you are a group of people living together. Camden is always alive and entertaining and you discover something new every time you go. Lots of great pubs and places to eat and easy to get around from here. Cheers to all for a great time.
This is a great flat with lots of original features and tucked away spaces; we enjoyed our stay here very much. The flats location is quiet and nice but you are so close to everything you need like shops, restaurants and the tube. The market in Camden is also easy to get to. If you are looking for a comfortable place to live that's not far from all the action, I would recommend this flat. Thank you for providing us with a happy stay!
The location of the flat is perfect, walking distance from the tube and Camden centre. All you need is close by (food shops, banks, bars, restaurants, etc).
You can also walk into London centre if you enjoy walking.
We rented the flat with friends to spend New Year in London it was amazing.
The beds are very confortable. The heating is good. The street is quiet.
On the other hand we were very disapointed with the condition of the flat, the photos must have been taken a long time ago and everything is very worn (floors, paintwork, etc.) and some of the furniture is not the same as in the pictures.
Also had a problem with dirty sheets when we arrived as the cleaner was on holiday nut the owners sorted everything out very quickly despite having called them very late at night when we noticed.
We rented the house so my family could all be in London to celebrate. It was perfect - large enough for myself, siblings and parents to stay and for us to entertain members of our London based family as well. Definitely a week to remember! Our hosts helped with extra bedding, advice on deals for the various attractions and printing out the tickets! We will definitely book again in 2017 when the next reunion is planned.
Had a wonderful Christmas break - the property's location is perfect. Its in a quiet residential street but within two blocks are all the shops you can imagine, including banks, postoffice, numerous restaurants and bars. There are transport links to just about all parts of London and we were able to walk into the West End and come back safely after the theatre.
My girlfriend, her friend and me liked the apartment. It was one of the most interesting places I have rented and we love this part of London. I recommend Camden if you like the markets and some pretty crazy small shops, also the bars and music places. We didn't have a plan for what we wanted to see and do, we just took off from the flat every morning…which was so great! Thanks
Cool Camden. Home to everything that is alternate and happening. Noisy, grungy and always interesting, you could never be bored or un-enthused in Camden Town!
Home to the world famous Market with it’s vintage clothing, crafts and original little shops selling almost everything, it would seem, but many leaning towards clothing and music in one way or the other. Here you will find a live music scene that is envied by all, plus enough bars, clubs, music-venues, funky eateries and street food to keep even the most picky tourist fascinated and intrigued for the entire length of their stay!
The canals add a little bit of calm and serenity in an otherwise bustling and busy market atmosphere. They are very pleasant to sit beside with a drink in the summer, to walk by, or just to watch people cycling and walking their dogs. There is always a great duality here with young people hanging out and strumming a guitar with not a care in the world, and those milling around the markets, eager to find that one original gift for someone back home. You’re spoiled for choice for the weird, the unusual and the never-seen-before, as far as goods for sale go. The markets themselves are actually divided up into about six areas, each specialising in one thing or another. One sells only Goth style clothing, for example.
Keep walking further along from here and you will find Regent’s Park, home to the London Zoo, open-air events and boating, amongst others. Check out the Park’s and the Zoo’s wonderful website to see all the attractions that they offer and for news of new and upcoming exhibits. There truly is so much to see and do here besides visiting the Reptile House or just lazing on a grassy bank. The London Zoo is a world-class one that inspires and impresses.
If you’re still strolling, or bus-hopping (which is always fun) you should have reached Oxford or Regent Street by now. So close to Camden, and so easy to get to from there. What a great and fascinating central London area.
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My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
|Refundable damage deposit||$254|
Rates vary throughout the year. Please check on our website for the latest rates and minimum stay information.