- Room Type:Private Room
- Max Guests:0
- Pets Allowed:No
One Bedroom in Central London
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Double room with king size bed and a separte single bed which can accomodate three people comfortably. There is tv, very fast wi-fi connection and also use of kitchen. My home is 5 minutes away from the Barons court underground station (Picadilly Line &district line) and we are also very close to all bus stops heading to all sides of london and main attractions. There is plenty of restaurants, coffee shops and supermarkets in the area. We keep pride in our cleanliness and we also have a no smoking and pet free zone. I love to interact with many different people and have had many guest return time after time.
<p><span>The bedroom has 2 windows, a queen-size bed, mirror and closet. Full-size tile bathroom. Hardwood floors. Fully-equipped kitchen with stools. Lift. Internet.</span></p>
<p><span>Provided bedding with clean bed linens, also clean towels are included for the stay.</span><br /><span>Please be advised that you will have access to the bedroom, kitchen and bathroom but not to the living room which will be locked.</span></p>
<p><span>THE AREA & TRANSPORTS:</span></p>
<p><span>Walking distance to Portobello Road Market, which is a must on Saturdays, boutiques in Notting Hill and Kensington Gardens. Minutes away on the tube or bus from shopping on Oxford Circus and watching a show Leicester Square.</span></p>
<p><span>Underground Transportation:</span><br /><span>- Queensway station (Central, Zone 1)</span><br /><span>- Bayswater station (Circle/District, Zone 1)</span><br /><span>- Notting Hill Gate station (Central/Circle/District, Zone 1/2)</span></p>
<p><span>Airport access:</span><br /><span>- Heathrow: Take the District or Circle line up to Paddington where you can catch the Heathrow express train</span><br /><span>- Gatwick: Make your way to Victoria Station via the District/Circle line, alternatively take the Central, Jubilee and Victoria line. Trains to Gatwick leave Victoria Station every 30-45 minutes</span></p>
<span>Behold a bright, calm flat in a top floor <em>pied-à-terre</em> in the corner of a lovely 3-floor Victorian building 3 minutes from Queens Park station. The flat itself is modestly-yet imaginatively fitted and well organised in a compact way. There is a shower and bath and the kitchen is well enough equipped for confident cooks. It is currently a live /work space which I am now offering to independently-minded people who are comfortable in a gay household. A lovely double room is now available. The Bakerloo Line from Queens Park station (3 minutes walk) allows you to be at Soho, the Royal Academy, The National Gallery, The British Museum, two Royal Parks and everything in between, within 30 minutes. Stuck in the town in the early hours? These buses will bring you directly home anytime:</span><br /><span>+ 24hr BUS ROUTE 6 to/from Soho/Charing Cross</span><br /><span>+ 24hr BUS ROUTE 36 to/from Vauxhall</span><br /><span>(Further bus route information available upon request)</span>
<p><span>Guests can expect an alternative domestic space where they can relax and recharge in order to embrace the quota of grit and unique content London has to offer. There are various pubs, and local shops where one can find fresh produce from around the World. There is also a Farmer's Market nearby on Sunday and the funky vintage & antique markets of Notting Hill and Golborne Road's award winning Moroccan street food stalls are a short bus ride away. There is also a peaceful Victorian cemetery up the road which is perfect for sunbathing and reading. And there's groovy Queens Park itself, our local beach, and perfect for an impromptu picnic or a game of golf.</span></p>
<p><span>Located in a context that somehow creates a space/time warp, you'll be surprised and relieved to see how well positioned it is within London's unique secrets, attractions, train stations and airports (transfer info to/from Heathrow and Gatwick available upon request) <em>Please note: It is not possible to embrace the whole cultural or urban diversity of London from one particular location, and none is better than the other... just different.</em> Incidentally, there is also a rather convenient train connection to Kew Gardens from Queen Park. <em>Looking forward to hearing from you!</em></span></p>
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