About this listing
Recently refurbished apartment in a fantastic central London area.
The location is just a few minutes walk from the Tate Modern, the river Thames, the Globe theatre, London Bridge and Borough market. The apartment is close to lots of cinemas, museums, galleries, restaurants and coffee shops.
You will find the apartment a real place of tranquillity after a day exploring this amazing city, there is lovely real fire for the winter months, perfect with a glass of red wine.
The apartment has been finished to a high standard; you will have use of a new kitchen with coffee machine, washing machine and dishwasher. The apartment has TV with international news channels and very fast WiFi Internet connection. DVD player with hundreds of films to choose from.
The apartment is ideal for one or two people. It would suit people who are in London on a work trip or study visit - or just a leisure trip.
A good continental breakfast is included in the price with juice, tea, fresh coffee etc.
The apartment is in zone 1 - a great central location to explore all the main attractions of London.
The apartment has fantastic transport links; the Jubilee, Northern and Bakerloo subway lines are all within a few minutes walk. Lots of local buses are a two minute walk away.
There is a 'Barclays Cycle Hire' docking station on the street - bikes are available for £1 a day.
Your room is a good size and very quiet and peaceful with loads of wardrobe and drawer space and views over London. The room is fitted with blackout blinds for those who need to recover from jet-lag.
High quality linen bedding adds a touch of luxury. A hair-dryer, socket adapters, guide books and complimentary toiletries are provided
No smoking in the house, though there are nice places to smoke on the street
About the Host, Tim
I have lived in this area of London for over 20 years and think it is the most exciting neighbourhood. I love sharing my home with new friends and sharing my love of this amazing city.
I work for an innovation company, designing new ways for the arts sector to interact with technology, and previously for the BBC working on the London 2012 Olympic Games. I have worked in digital media / broadcasting / events and theatre for nearly 20 years.
I am passionate about London and know all the best places to get coffee, have lunch, go to the theatre or simply to sit by the river.
I am a really keen cook and love the amazing range of food in London from Indian, Spanish, Italian to Korean and Chinese.
I have traveled widely for business and pleasure and my favourite cities are Lisbon, Valencia, Barcelona, Seville and Vancouver.