Olivia was great. Positive and polite, giving instructions and advice well before we were going. The photos on the AirBnB-page well reflects the actual house, which is a lovely and lovingly cared for rather typical Victorian house.
Two and a half floors with a small living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom on the firsts floor, a small bedroom on a second floor and two more another half a flight of stairs up.
As many such Victorian houses, it is built upwards not sideways, which makes it cute and cosy but maybe not ideal for a person with a wheel-chair or other needs for extra spacious lodgings. It is not cramped, just rather typical of the building style.
The kitchen is wonderful, as is the garden. Skylights in the area adjacent to the kitchen makes for good natural lighting in the mornings. The beds were very comfortable and the master bedroom quite spacious. We really liked the way it was furnished, with love, subtlety and taste. Our kids, including the two year old really loved it too. Since it is a family home for a family with a small kid, it was perfect for us with two larger kids and a small one. Electrical outlets are protected, there is a gate for the stairs and perfect spaces for a kid to play.
The only place where we would have liked a little more space was in the small eating space with the skylights. With only two chairs, we ate breakfast in shifts, or sitting in the garden. A small detail which shows how little we have to nag about :)
The street is rather peaceful and quiet, while the neighbourhood is friendly and bustling with open food-markets, shacks, small restaurants and people. There is a big Tescos within easy walking distance, a park with a playground, a convenience store that is good and affordable. The communications are superb with both overground and underground within easy walking distance.
I can really recommend this house. Especially for a small family looking for a home away from home, somewhere to rest their heads and relax between bouts of discovering London.