The SpaceFinished to a high standard, this well stocked self-catering, fully furnished 2nd floor apartment is ideal for 2 adults.
Well stocked - TV, radio, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, fridge/freezer, cooker/stove, oven, hair dryer, iron, ironing board, bathroom towels and bedding. Guest AccessThe apartment is for your private use only and has an open plan dining/kitchenette, an open plan lounge/study, comfortable bedroom and separate bathroom. Interaction with GuestsOn arrival, I meet, greet and orientate guests to the apartment and the neighbourhood. After this, guests are left to enjoy the apartment and I remain available by telephone. The NeighborhoodLocal services, within walking distance (1-2 km) include award winning restaurants and take-outs, pubs, gyms, swimming pools, lidos, public parks, cinemas, convenience stores and supermarkets.
Public transport, within walking distance (0.3-2 km) provides easy access to Central London and surrounds.
Attractions close to the apartment include the Royal Air Force museum, The Arts Depot Theatre, Barnet Football Club, Saracens Rugby Club, Golder's Hill Zoo, the Chicken Shed, Friary, Brunswick and Bethune Parks. Getting AroundParking is available on the estate. The area is also supported by private hire taxi services.
The bus services is a 5 minute walk from the apartment, the London Overground Rail services is a 10 minute walk, and two underground tube stations; the Northern Line gives easy access to the north and south of London, while the Piccadilly Line travels from east to west, providing direct access into Heathrow Airport. Other Things to NoteSo many things to do and experience in London - where to start ....?
Accessible parks include Hyde Park, Regents Park, Richmond Park, St James Park, Victoria Park, Hampstead Heath, Clapham Common, Battersea Park or enjoy a tour guide down the Lee Valley Regional Park.
A huge selection of London gardens and palaces also display art collections; Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Eltham Court Palace and Syon House. The popular The Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew are accessible as are many of the the smaller gardens including Chelsea Physic Gardens, where one can view world medicine and pharmaceutical medicine in growth, Kyoto Japanese Garden, Charlton House Peace Garden, Fulham Palace Garden, Chiswick House Garden and The Garden Museum.
The Royal Museum Greenwich includes the Maritime Museum, the historic Queen's House and The Royal Observatory. Observe the Greenwich Time Line, relive the images of the past Thames trade and Thames battles, picnic in the beautiful Greenwich Park, visit the newly renovated Cutty Shark, shop in the renowned 'First Shop in the World', the artistic and unique Greenwich Market, take a casual, upmarket or formal meal in one of the many local eateries or relax on a Thames River cruise.
Street art can be found in Trafalgar Square, Canary Wharf, Spitalfields, Lewisham and you might go in search for the artist Banksy, works in London.
Sport fans are able to access stadiums such as Wembley, Twickenham, Emirates, Stamford, White Hart Lane, The O2 Arena, Crystal Palace, Boleyn Ground, The Olympic Stadium and Lord's Cricket Ground.
Accessible exhibition halls include ExCell, The Barbican, Earl's Court and Alexander Palace, with its magnificent gardens and panoramic views across London.