The SpaceSimple, quiet and bright room in a 2-bed apartment (owner lives in apartment)
Short term extended lodging £850 includes wifi, water, council tax.
Gas and Electricity not inclusive - approx £30/month
WI FI (TV and internet access with users own device only).
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Dalston Junction station (7-8 min walk)
Stratford international - three train stops
St Pancreas International - four stops
For heavy bags a local bus 488 stops 50m away and runs direct to Dalston Junction/Kingsland with railway links to tube
Near the City, Shoreditch and West end
Excellent transport direct to the City - 10 mins /bus.
A nearby array of amenities, cafes, bars, restaurants and cinemas.
Cyclists - cycle shed for your bike - let me know in advance) - free for short stays. £8/month for long-term rental.
Bikes: daily Barclay/Santander bike loan or buy a cheap bike at Brick Lane Market and resell at the end of your stay.
Bike daily loan info:
Barclays bikes (nearest one @ Regent's Row, Haggerston)
Access to Air bnb room with real Warren Evans bed
Wi Fi /access to TV (via own device).
Access to shared bathroom (bath/shower)
Access to own cycle shed for bike
Access to allotment space for growing salsa and vegetables (next door)
Friendly low key interaction
'Shacklewell village' in Dalston/Stoke Newington E8/N16 is a culturally diverse area bringing together a world-wide collection of people and related art, cinema, cuisine and music.
Young and old, new comer professionals, artists, city workers, local world communities and families to students. With this mix you can find a vast array of tasty cuisine including Vietnamese, Kurdish/Turkish cafes and bars, French, Caribbean, Indian and others.
Markets - Ridley Road market open all week for amazing world-wide fruit and veg including plantain, chillies and peppers.
Galleries; including; Doomed gallery on Ridley Road (website hidden)
and many gallery-cafes/other.
Music Venues; Cafe Oto - experimental jazz/electronica /other, Vortex Jazz cafe; jazz, Passing Clouds; World.
The area is buzzy with an amazing fruit and veg 'Ridley Road' market, local Turkish bakeries, cafes and grocers, designer boutique clothing stores, record shops.
Stoke Newington Church St is near-by for a more country village atmosphere and for range of shops (adult and kiddies), church venues (choral music) cafes bars and Clissold park (excellent amenities for children/parents).
Great cafes to work in near-by with WiFI only 2 minutes away.
1. Mouse de Lotz (website hidden)
2. Beyond Retro (vintage clothing store) (website hidden)
Cycling - amazing network of canal tow paths to visit Hackney Wick galleries and cafes, Olympic park (Hackney Wick gate) and Stratford International shopping centre (Westfield)
Cycling along canal to Stratford shopping city via the Olympic site on your own or a Boris bike in 20 mins or
Eating drinking locally at a range of cafes and restaurants; Turkish /Kurdish/Mediterranean /French etc or
Swimming all year round in the London Fields heated lido or
Eating gourmet food at the Broadway Saturday market
kitchen microwave (not hob)
I will be present in the flat during your stay and am happy to help out with any questions about the local area, transport and places of interest
Excellent transport links to the City and to Central London
Local cafes, theatres, cinemas and restaurants to suit all tastes
Hackney Downs park for jogging 1 minute away and many other green parks nearby
Direct access to the London-wide network of buses and trains
The area is close to lovely green spaces; Hackney Downs, Springfield Park, Clissold Park, the greenway of the canal walks leading to the Olympic Queen ElizAbeth Park and Stratford International.
The local hub is alive with local theatre, music venues; Cafe Oto where Yoko Ono recently played, the Vortex Jazz bar which hosts amazing musicians from all over the world, cafes serving food from al over the world, local fashion/creative enterprises and gym/swim (indoor and heated outdoor lido all the year round) access at Clissold Leisure Centre and London Fields heated open-air lido, all a walk away. Guest AccessPrivate, quiet and bright bedroom
Shared bathroom/toilet with owner/occupier
Shared kitchen - fridge
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mgszxcyf Interaction with GuestsHappy to help out with any questions about the local area, transport and places of interest, guide to nice cafes for a bite to eat and orientation between Dalston, the City and West End, other.
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mgszxcyf The NeighborhoodIdeas - places - things to do and view
Zed Bar Cafe - Stoke Newington High St
Cafe next to Birthdays bar
Red Art cafe - Kingsland road
Evin cafe - Kingsland road
Mouse and Lotz - Shacklewell Lane
Vegan - Black Cat cafe (Ex pogo cafe) a walk across Hackney Downs on Clarence road
Excellent transport links to the City, Central London & green spaces like the popular Hampstead Heath and Kenwood House cafe. (Dalston Kingsland direct to Gospel Oak)
There are plenty of cafes for brunch before, after or during a wander through the bustling market and colourful displays of flowers and plants at affordable prices …
Although flowers are not always something you would want to be buying while traveling the flower market is definitely a relaxing and fun place to go and hangout. Various folk, jazz and world music bands ease the ebb and flow of traffic and flowers and plenty of reason to pause and just be…
Local cafes, theatres, museums; Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green E2, Geoffrey Museum, Shoreditch E2, cinemas (Rio E8 and Hackney Picture House E8), and restaurants to suit all tastes. Shacklewell studios housing an array of independent shops, cafes and gym is 1 minute away.
The River Lea and local canals nearby connect Springfield park to Hackney Wick and its own brand of industrial art meets modern cuisine meets dilapidated and carefully distressed walled cafes/galleries and is right next door to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic park, full size pool and Stratford shopping and station.
For shoppers, a short stroll from Hackney Wick and you're in the expansive Stratford Shopping Mall which has everything you could possibly wish for …from John Lewis, to the Apple Store…it houses a huge variety of cafes …the ones you can expect at these places and don't need to be mentioned here!
Trains from Stratford station take you directly to Essex - Paris and back to Dalston so basically the rest of the best places in the world
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mgszxcyf Getting AroundDirect access to the London-wide network of buses and trains Other Things to NoteThe area is clean, green and alive with theatres, cafes, enterprises and gym/swim (indoor and heated outdoor lido all the year round) access