My flat is in a fantastic location. An oasis in a hectic city. There is outdoor space both in the front and the back of this Victorian conversion, which can sleep 10 people, quite comfortably.
The kitchen is fully equipped to prepare yourselves a meal. There is tea and coffee, a choice of cereals, fresh milk, eggs and bread, as well as fruit is left for people to help themselves. There is the use of a washing machine and clothes horse and line to dry them on. A microwave is there to use if you don't fancy cooking but want to heat up a convenience meal.
The bathroom has a shower and a bath facility. There is constant hot water on demand. Lavatory paper, shower gel, shampoo, are also supplied for your use.
All the beds have fresh, crisp cotton sheets and white towels.
Worldwide plug adaptors provided.
Hair dryers are in every room.
It's also close to Camden Market, Oxford Street, Regents Park, The British Museum, The Round House, The National Gallery, Madame Tussaud's and the National Theatre.
If you are an Arsenal fan, then the stadium is only 15 minutes away.
In fact, we are close to any venue in central London, or the West End.
St Pancras International is only a 15 minute walk away.
For half a century Camden Town, the centre of Camden, has been the centre of alternative culture in London, be it punk, goth, hippie or emo. The area is home to large markets selling an extremely wide range of products from glowing t-shirts to digeridoos, mostly from independent stalls. With some of the capital's most varied cuisine, great live music and an anything goes attitude, Camden is one of the most vibrant and interesting of all London districts...
Access to public transport is easy and convenient.
The buses, 29 and 253 run all night and day. They go to the West End, as does the C2 and the 274.
Camden Road overground station is two minutes walk away and goes directly to Kew Gardens.
Camden Town underground station, (Northern Line), is six minutes walk away.
St Pancras International Railway station, is fifteen minutes walk from the house. As are, Euston and Kings Cross railway stations.