Peter

St Pancras Clock Tower Guest Suite

Private room
4 Guests
1 Bed
£150
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Per Month
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A mini apartment within the clock tower apartment at St Pancras Station, with its own en suite bathroom and kitchen and sitting area. It sits in Sir George Gilbert Scott's gothic revival railway hotel building from 1868. Ideal for 1 week holidays.

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 4
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)

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Prices
Extra people: £30 / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee: £30
Weekly Price: £945 /week
Monthly Price: £3500 /month
Cancellation: Strict

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Availability
3 nights minimum stay
View of Kings Cross Station

View of Kings Cross Station

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London, England, United Kingdom
Member since May 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
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  • Peter
  • Betjeman Arms

    A good station pub which serves food in a number of dining rooms, it is an ideal place to eat being literally underneath the apartment.
    Euston Road London London N1C 4QL
  • Plum and Spilt Milk

    An up-market first floor restaurant above the Great Northern Hotel (GNH) bar. It has a wide menu and a comfy if slightly dark atmosphere. Fairly expensive place but good for a small group of friends
    Pancras Road London Greater London N1C 4TB
  • Carluccio's

    A good cafe/restaurant on the station, this is a very good place for a pleasant breakfast overlooking the Eurostar trains.
    Euston Rd N1C 4QL
  • St Pancras Grand Brasserie & Champagne Bar

    The Champagne Bar is fun - just buy one and make it last an hour sitting in the heated seats. Restaurant rather traditional and usually not terribly busy. Ideal for parents and grown-up children.
    London N1C 4QL
  • The Parcel Yard

    This bar/restaurant is above Platform 9 at Kings Cross (just near Platform 9 3/4). It serves good English pub food and there is lots and lots of space both near the bar and in room at the back.
    London N1C 4AH
  • The British Library

    The National Library. See the original Kings Library behind a glass screen and the permanent exhibition of treasures (Magna Carta etc) as well as good temporary shows
    Euston Road London NW1 2DB
  • Humaira

    A good long-established popular local Indian restaurant. Very good for eating in or taking away.
    Judd Street London WC1H 9NT
  • London Canal Museum

    This is a little gem. The building used to be an ice store (see the HUGE holes in the ground where Norwegian ice was imported). Learn about canals and ice cream making!
    New Wharf Rd London Greater London N1 9RT
  • Shrimpy's

    In an old Filling Station, this is a bar/restaurant serving rather high quality bar food in a very cosy and intimate environment. The bistro menu is unusual - plenty of choice from steaks to quinoa.
    N1C 4UR
  • Granary Square

    Over 1000 spurts of water make the fountain in front of the University of the Arts (Central Saint Martins). Light and water displays entertain all day and evening long.
    Granary Square London N1C
  • Foundling Museum

    A small local museum dedicated to the Foundling Hospital which looked after abandoned infants until the early 20th century. Many poignant exhibits, this was supported by Handels charitable efforts.
    Brunswick Square London WC1N 1AZ
  • Grain Store

    A new restaurant (2013) in Granary Square by the University of the Arts. Very popular with visitors but gets heavily booked. A heavy emphasis on vegetables without being vegetarian.
    Stable Street London Greater London N1C 4AB
  • The British Museum

    One of the worlds top museums. Go early to see the Parthenon Sculptures or Rosetta Stone or the mummies. Otherwise, choose a room and study it. The Percival David Chinese art is stunning.
    Great Russell Street London WC1B 3DG
  • Regent's Park

    Large and enjoyable park - ideal for jogging, for picnics in the summer or a good walk all year round. Take a bus along Euston Road to the Regents Park underground station.
    London Greater London NW1 4
  • Hampstead Heath

    No 214 bus from KX goes up to Parliament Hill, which is the best entry to Hampstead Heath for a good walk in summer. Huge area of unspoilt heath land with outdoor swimming ponds.
    Gordon House Road London Greater London NW5 1LT

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