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1 double bed
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- DVD player
- washing machine
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- hob cooker (electric)
- coffee maker
- satellite TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- plasma TV
Located in a quite residential neighbourhood with a very simple and quick access to London’s centre. This apartment is a pleasure for its comfort and tasteful decoration.
This welcoming one-bedroom apartment boasts an inviting living room with dining, fully accessorized kitchen, stylish décor and an enjoyable garden. The Hackney apartment is located in a welcoming area of Shoreditch and offers a quiet retreat from the crowds of the more touristy neighborhoods. It is an excellent choice for any guests looking to enjoy some peace after a hard day of sightseeing without being inundated with noise and traffic occasionally found in the center of the city.
The Area surrounding the Apartment:
The Hackney apartment is located close of the unique Columbia flower market and Shoreditch, in a dynamic and warm neighborhood that has kept a village atmosphere. The funky East London is walking distance where you will enjoy the vibe of the artistic side of the city. Old Street (Northern Line) or Bethnal Green (central Line) are the nearest underground stations with easy connection to the City and any part of London and it is also extremely well connected by bus.
Comfort and style come together in this apartment. The Hackney apartment is ideal for a long stay since it offers all the space and quality you need to feel completely at ease. Decorated with very good taste, in light colours that match the fresh carpet and furniture, it is a cosy and inviting apartment. The well-kept garden will let you enjoy the fresh breeze and the stars after a long day in the city.
The living room is full of light all day thanks to his favorable position and the large window. Every detail is thought to make a very relaxing room, perfect to inspire your evening witty conversation about the events of the day. It has a big couch, a dining table with plenty of capacity for the guests, cable TV, DVD, music system and other comforts (like telephone with a private number and free national calls). The sofa can be converted into a double bed for the 3rd guest (or max two children). The kitchen is also spacious, functional and equipped with modern furniture. Even cooking is a pleasure at this apartment!
The bedroom offers double queen sized bed with a décor that has been kept tasteful and warm. They are side-tables and a large wardrobe so that all guests will have plenty of space for their belongings. The full bathroom has been recently renovated and includes bathtub/shower and new fittings.
This is an apartment that will allow you to relax and feel at home. The only thing you will have to worry about is seeing all the sites of the city before your stay comes to an end.
Conditions of stay
£0 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Refundable deposit for Monthly booking
£1,500 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Check-in / Checkout
Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
The City is where London began. In his Square Mile (as the City is referred to) you will find precious leftovers of London’s early days: four-fifth of the area burnt in the great Fire in 1666. London’s two most famous sights, the Tower and St. Paul’s, are here and look glorious seen from the water at Tower Bridge or from the top of the Monument. One of the joys of the City is the population flow that ensures it never stays the same. By day it’s mobbed by half million office workers, cycle couriers, white van driver and police officers. With the massive focus on office space, amenities such as parks and children’s play are in short supply, though the city is home to over 150 small city gardens, and there is always the river to enjoy. What’s more, the architecture is the most fascinating in London, with the modern (Gherkin and Lloyds) sitting alongside the beautiful ancient (St. Bartholomew- the- Great is the London’s oldest parish church). Around the Old Truman Brewery in Bricklane the streets are full with young and trendy people enjoying the café’ and drinking society. Local tips: around the edges of Smithfield market are several lat night/early morning café’, bars, serving clubbers (try Ferrari’s in 8 West Smithfield). See a film or go for a concert at the first-rate Barbican Centre.
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we liked the area. close to shoreditch and away from hectic center, which was easy to reach bij bus. and we liked the garden of the apartment!
Tanja, Netherlands 18 June 2010