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One Bed with Exposed Brickwork Near London Bridge

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2 guests1 bedroom0 beds1 bathroom
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7 recent guests complimented Ravi for outstanding hospitality.
My place is a cosy and stylish 1 bedroom apartment within walking distance from one of London's most accessible stations, London Bridge. Tastefully decorated with exposed brickwork, this apartment is ideal for couples, friends or business trips.

The space
Amenities:
- 24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there is a lockbox with the keys

Living Room:
-Comfortable sofa
-Large smart TV
-Desk for working

Kitchen:
- Fully equipped
- Oven
- Stove
- Refrigerator

Bedroom:
-Plenty of storage
-Small Smart TV
-Hotel quality linen and towels

Guest access
Guests will have access to the entire property.

Other things to note
As part of a gated community there is 24 Hours Reception and Security.
My place is a cosy and stylish 1 bedroom apartment within walking distance from one of London's most accessible stations, London Bridge. Tastefully decorated with exposed brickwork, this apartment is ideal for couples, friends or business trips.

The space
Amenities:
- 24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there i…

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Dryer
Laptop-friendly workspace
Hair dryer
TV
Iron
Hangers
Washing machine
Heating

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Bermondsey, Greater London, England

In the heart of Southwark, minutes from London Bridge station and Tower Bridge, Borough embodies central London living at its best. The area gets its name from a time when it was the only borough outside the City of London. Beyond the jurisdiction of the City authorities, in the 16th and 17th centuries the area was a playground famed for its inns, theatres and the notorious Southwark Fair which was shut down in 1762 after being deemed too debauched. It retains enormous character in many of its buildings, streets and shops, and a great mix of cultural opportunities remain. There are famous theatres, you’re never more than a brisk walk away from wonderful pubs dating back to medieval times, and it’s home to Borough Market, the Tate Modern and Europe’s tallest building, The Shard. The added appeal of Borough to those living or working in the area is the proximity to London Bridge and Waterloo. The area has a diverse population, with a large creative community, City workers and long time residents all coexisting, attracted by the wide range of properties available. Borough thrives as a riverside location that mixes tourist attractions and dramatic new architecture, and that can lay claim to being one of the city’s most exciting places to live.

Culture: The area is home to the best theatre in London outside the West End. Shakespeare’s Globe, the Young Vic and Old Vic all have deservedly excellent reputations, but worth a special mention is the Menier Chocolate Factory for its offbeat productions and restaurant. Film buffs’ favourite BFI Southbank is within walking distance. The Jerwood Space is a gallery and rehearsal space that’s open daily and showcases new artists.

Eating and drinking: If you need a coffee to help you around Borough Market, caffeine junkies sing the praises of Monmouth Coffee, while lunchtime treats might include a chorizo roll from Spanish supplier Brindisa or hand dived scallops and bacon from seafood shack Shellseekers. Popular bars and restaurants cluster around the market, such as Roast Restaurant and The Market Porter, famous for their striking hanging baskets and crowds of punters soaking up the market atmosphere. For a fabulous panoramic view of London, head up The Shard to Hutong, Oblix or Aqua Shard . Flat Iron Square comprises seven railway arches and Grade II listed building Devonshire House, with seven food vendors, three restaurants, four street food trucks, five bars and a live music and entertainment venue. Mercato Metropolitan is a new Italian market that has been designed to look like the huge food halls in Turin and Milan — with a more funky, industrial feel — and is packed with regional Italian foods made by artisan producers on site.
In the heart of Southwark, minutes from London Bridge station and Tower Bridge, Borough embodies central London living at its best. The area gets its name from a time when it was the only borough outside the Ci…

Hosted by Ravi

Joined in December 2012
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    Things to know

    House rules
    Check-in: After 15:00
    Check out: 11:00
    Self check-in with lockbox
    Not suitable for children and infants
    No smoking
    No pets
    Safety & Property
    Carbon monoxide alarm
    Smoke alarm
    Security Deposit – if you damage the home, you may be charged up to £85

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