- Room Type:Private Room
- Max Guests:2
- Min Stay:1
- Pets Allowed:No
- refrigerator / freezer
- smoking allowed
- washing machine
- wifi (wireless lan)
The room has a super king size bed, with views looking up to the legendary bbc towers in Crystal Palace, there is free wifi,tv and dvd with the room! Relax in the sumptuous surroundings of the beautifully laid out room, there is access to a large kitchen with all mod cons, chill out and enjoy the fresh coffee in the morning. The bathroom clean and intimate has a bath and a lovely refreshing shower. ) so whether business or pleasure we welcome you to come stay with us and feel the true energy of the city!
We are just 15 mins to Clapham Junction mainline train station!
25 mins away from London victoria train,tube,bus and international coach station!
25 mins to London bridge mainline train,tube and bus station.
Also easy access to Gatwick airport only 30 mins away by train or car.
We are also situated just 55 minutes away from the beachs at Brighton
and 10 minutes away by bus or train,we have londons 2nd biggest shopping centre in Croydon
Perfect for your house trip to one of the worlds most tantalising cities LONDON!
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