|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Situated in Ealing, the cottage is perfectly located for easy access to all of London's attractions as South Ealing and Northfields underground station are on the doorstep, making it just seven stops to Heathrow Airport in one direction and six stops to South Kensington in the other direction.
There is a bus stop close by taking you direct to Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, Ealing Common. It is a very quiet residential street. There are very nice pubs, restaurants and local shops a few minutes walk from the property. It is a short walk from the River Thames and on the other side of Kew Bridge you have Kew Gardens.
The property, which is newly decorated throughout, consists of a Lounge and dining room with extra beds if required, sofas, large table with chairs and a wide-screen TV with multi-channels.
It has a kitchen which is very well equipped, offering all the modern appliances you would require on your holiday.
Please note we have a number of 1 Bed, 2Bed, 3Bed and 4Bed apartments in similar locations if the above rental is not available (fill in our application form and we will send you the details)
Utilities - Internet access l:Central heating, TV, Telephone, Wi-fi : Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer :Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Dish washer,Washing machine: Bedroom, Bathroom room: Dining seating for 6, Lounge. Sleeps maximum of 6.
Transport (Travelling to the City)
The cottage is just 10 min walk from South Ealing or Northfields underground station, in Ealing which is on the Piccadilly Line.
South Ealing / Northfields underground station it is just seven stops with no changes to Heathrow Airport in one direction and six stops to South Kensington (City Centre) in the other direction.
The cottage is also on the E2 and E3 bus routes which runs frequently.
It is 35 min from Kings Cross Train Station and 25 min from Piccadilly Circus.
The cottage is 2 km from Junction 2 of the M4 and 4km from the A40. The M40, M25, M1 and M3 motorways are easily accessible from Ealing.
The cottage has free road parking.
Tours: London Ducktours: London Duck Tours Limited, 55 York Road, SE1 7NJ, Tube: Waterloo, Show Map
An exciting adventure tour that utilizes amphibious vehicles to take in the city's sights by road and river! No one has ever seen anything like it before on the streets of London, let alone the river! Book your Ducktour on-line now!
Classic Coach Company London Tour: Tour London in classic style! This tour will show you London's famous and historic sights, unravelling its complicated and intriguing history revealing a modern and vibrant city. Places visited include Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge and the Tower, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Harrods and Hyde Park.
Tours: The Big Bus Company: Big Bus Visitor Information Centre, 48 Buckingham Palace Road.
Previously a winner of the 'London Sightseeing Tour of the Year' award, The Big Bus Company has been using open and closed top double-decker buses to tour the capital for over a decade.
Three routes are currently in operation, each being colour-coded (red, green or blue) with a corresponding coloured logo on buses to indicate the relevant tour. Each tour lasts approximately 1½ to 2 h, although customers do have the opportunity to hop on or off the bus at designated stops/pick up points. In addition, you can also switch between tours at certain stops if there are particular attractions you'd like to see.
Buses run at intervals of between 10 and 20 min, while tickets can be purchased from a number of sources including the company's Information Centre, the London Tourist Board Office.
1. This is a conveniently-located cottage, that would easily accommodate four people. It would be suitable for up to 6 people in a pinch. The owner/caretaker, Eddie, is very responsive to any questions and is happy to come over to help out with thermostat setting or hot water adjustment.
2. The place is clean and pleasant, with good Wi-Fi and cable/satellite channels. All the kitchen appliances work well and the kitchen has pots and pens, silverware and glasses, cups, and plates.
There are minor things that don't work properly or are not attended to. For example:
1. The front door sticks and is difficult to open or close without slamming it shut or pushing hard to open it.
2. The bathroom lacks a proper toilet-paper holder.
3. The chest of drawer in the smaller bedroom cannot be used, because the bottom part of every drawer sags and prevents the opening of the drawers.
4. Both closet doors in the larger bedroom are off their rails and therefore the doors cannot be opened or closed and just leaning against the closets.
All of these are relatively-minor annoyances, and could be corrected with relatively little effort and expense. It is puzzling, to say the least, on why they are left in this state.
All in all this is a pleasant place for your stay in London and is within 15 min walking distance to Northfields station, on the Piccadilly Line, which connect to central London.
The house has easy access to public transportation, shops, restaurants and pubs. A short bus ride to Ealing Broadway shopping, or the Royal Botanical Gardens in the other direction. 20-30 minutes to Central London depending on time of day. We didn't have a car, but parking looks limited. You don't need a car in London! The home itself is cozy and clean, with a beautiful back garden. Neighborhood is mostly quiet and neighbors were friendly. Two spacious, comfortable bedrooms (we had plenty of room with 6 people). Bathroom is large and modern with spa tub and shower. Kitchen is quite small by American standards, but updated and completely functional (as I said, even with 6 people). My kids wanted to move there! Having laundry in the house was amazing. Enabled us to stay two weeks out of carry-on luggage only. Check-in was easy and the owner came by within an hour of our arrival to say hello. Very friendly and easily accessible owner. Would stay there again for sure!
It is a good cottage, internet works great. However, there is construction next door and it can get very noisy early morning. Also I was told there was parking available but it was not. The owner instructed to pay for the parking for an hour in the morning and an hour in the afternoon and I did but still I got very expensive parking tickets ( though I did appeal but the local govt. wants money).
The house is in great condition and very clean. The owner met us there to show us around, which was nice. The internet worked great and the TV offered many channels. There is a pub 30 yards in one direction and a pretty complete mini store 60 yards in the other direction. It takes some time to get to tourist attractions. Its a solid 15 minute walk to the tube (your card allows you to take the bus) and then 15 minutes to most London areas. The advantage is you live where normal residents live, which is better than a tourist hotel. We had 5 of us for part of the time and this house worked for 5, which isn't easy in London.
A lovely cottage, with a nice garden.
The cottage had all the amenities needed & Lena (Owner) was very helpful.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Definitely would recommend it to others & will be using it again.
A lovely home from home. Well equipped, with spacious tastefully decorated rooms. Decent location easily accesible to central London and by car from M4. Really friendly owner. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay!
Ealing Broadway Shopping Complex/Accade (( Largest shopping complex in Ealing)
(20 minutes walk from apartment or 10 minutes by local bus 65).
Boston Manor Park ( 10 minutes walk from apartment)
Boston Manor Park is a large historic park surrounding Boston Manor House which was built in 1623 and remained in private ownership until 1924.Most of the land that is now the park was farmland until the end of last century.
Today the park has ornamental lawns and has a small pond, 3 tennis courts, a basketball court, a large children's play area. Equipment in the play area includes three swings, an agility test, a multi-play area for the over 5s, two rockers, a climbing frame and a multi-play area for the under 5s. Seating for adults is also provided.
The park is also home to Boston Manor House, one of West London’s lesser-known gems, a fine Jacobean manor house built in 1623
Maximum availability, 139 nights per year
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Deposit required = 25%
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