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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Suitable for children over 5
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary

Fully equipped and very unusual this one bedroom maisonette has been converted from a former London Shoemaker's workshop.

The open plan kitchen/Reception with dining table, sofa-bed and TV/DVD has a high ceiling, large feature bay window, solid wooden floor, decorative metalwork and old fashioned style school radiators all enhancing and reflecting its commercial origins. To enable maximum enjoyment out of your visit to London you will find here a good selection of information on attractions and transport.

A beautiful wooden staircase leads to a most attractive bedroom with double bed, custom made cupboards, exposed painted beams and roll-top bath. Also a small en-suite wet room with shower and basin.

There is a nearby Boris Bike hire station and direct transport links to Knightsbridge, Kensington (museums & Palace), Notting Hill, Hyde Park, Piccadilly & Oxford Street less than 1 minute away. Transport to City of London, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and West End theatres approx. 5 mins away. Also close to Queenstown Road Battersea Rail Station (4 mins to Waterloo).and for day trips to such places as Hampton Court Palace, Windsor, Brighton and the South Coast.

A very convenient local store will meet most of your holiday needs and there are other local shops, supermarkets, PO. A pub, various restaurants and takeaways including one serving, in our opinion, some of the best Fish & Chips in London are within a five minute walk.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Heathrow or Gatwick, Nearest railway: Queenstown Road, Battersea Park (nearest) or Claph
Family friendly Suitable for children over 5
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Central heating, TV
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided

The South East England region

London, arguably the greatest city in the world - something for everyone whether you like history & pageantry, fashion & shopping, nightlife & theatres, museums & galleries, architecture, parks & gardens.

Central London/Zone 2

The immediate area is Victorian urban London with brick terraces forming an interesting diamond shape dissected by the broad but surprisingly quite Queenstown Road which, especially at night, provides a stunning view of the Iconic Power Station immortalised with the addition of a floating pig on the Pink Floyd album.

Head in that direction along Queenstown Road back towards the railway station and Chelsea Bridge and about 7 minutes later you will reach Battersea Park. This park has it all. Cafes, a lake with wildfowl, small boating lake, children's zoo, flower gardens, regular art exhibitions and fairs, tennis courts and sporting fields, watch the local cricket team in action and then take in the beautiful views across the Thames to the Royal Hospital Chelsea where the annual flower show is held.

Continuing past the park you are right on Chelsea Bridge from where a short walk will take you into the heart of Knightsbridge. Come in the summer and may be lucky enough to do so on an open square day when you get to meander around one of the enchanting private garden squares you will pass.

If you want to see a new area of London as it emerges turn east just before you reach Battersea Park and passing the renowned Dogs' home realise the true size of the Power Station and its chimneys and witness a hive of activity in front of you as skyscrapers grow along the Thames. On your right Covent Garden fruit & veg market - why not get up early and pay it a visit? Within a few minutes you will come to Vauxhall a transport hub for rail, tube and bus. Its real gem is a survivor of Georgian London bravely holding out amongst its modern neighbours 'Lassco' a treasure trove of rescued and renovated architectural items from the small to the very large and heavy. Well worth a visit and a great place for an unusual souvenir for your home or garden.

From Vauxhall over the bridge will take you past the Tate Britain, and into Westminster, or staying on the south side of the river past Lambeth Palace, home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, to Waterloo and the South Bank centre.

Turn in the opposite direction as you enter Queenstown Road and wander south and you will pass small shops, smart restaurants and take-aways until a few minutes later you reach the junction with Lavender Hill. Continuing straight over leads to the wide open space of Clapham Common also used for music events, circus etc. It is dubbed to increasingly take over the role Hyde Park plays in hosting large concerts. Alternatively west down Lavender Hill (ever to be associated with the Ealing Comedy) will take you after a brisk walk, or preferably bus ride, to Clapham Junction with its major chain stores and very busy station.

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