Seymour Bloomsbury WC1
- 2 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- sleeps 5
Description from the manager
A great old brick building houses this lower ground floor two bedroom flat in historic Bloomsbury. Relax in the pleasing comfort of this tranquil location close to Russell Square.
Living area with dining table and chairs for four, a leather sofa-bed, large screen TV and WiFi.
Fully equipped separate kitchen with gas cooker, washer, microwave, large fridge freezer, toaster & kettle, crockery, cutlery etc
The master bedroom has a very impressive, kingsized four poster bed. Wedgewood blue décor.
The second bedroom has a double bed.
Tub with overhead shower, all-tiled bathroom.
Charming communal courtyard to s...Read more
Seymour Bloomsbury WC1
Additional Location Information
Green garden squares and lovely old Georgian buildings abound in Bloomsbury and help to soften this lovely area which is full of hustle and bustle.
Bloomsbury is an area of immense historical importance and many ancient buildings remain. The façade of Staple Inn survived the Great Fire of London. (A mnemonic for you - “In 1666, London burnt like rotten sticks.”). The four, beautiful Inns of Court offer a marvellous medieval contrast to the modern city surrounds and yes, they are open to the public.
The boho slightly scurrilous atmosphere associated with the literary Bloomsbury Group persists. Blue stocking students and corduroy clad academics mingle with pin striped lawyers.
You will find both The University of London and The British Museum in this area, and as everybody knows, there is enough art, history and culture in the British Museum to awe you and keep you coming back for years and years. The Rosetta Stone and the Egyptian mummies are probably two of the most visited and well-known artifacts, but part of the challenge is to find something to visit that you know nothing about. And take our word for it, there’s plenty of choice. Truly impressive and mind-blowing…
When you are weary of the intellectual and the antique poodle on down to the West End and shop till you drop on Oxford Street, and kick up your heals in in Soho, have a nice relaxed walk up into Covent Garden for a nice cup of tea or a spot of lunch! Piccadilly Circus…Buckingham Palace…they are all a short bus or tube ride away. This is truly one of the most delightful and pleasing areas of London.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: September 18, 2013 ◀▶
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- Cleaning fee | $142 per stay
- Card fee | 3.5% of rent
Additional notes from owner
INFO & RATES
Detailed information including a rate calculator, accurate map and photos are available on our site.
Credit card details are requested to cover the £200.00 damage deposit and to guarantee your booking. Your card will be pre-authorised. Please note that your card is not charged unless damage or extra charges are incurred.
Standard arrival time is: 14.00
Standard departure time is: 10.00
- Washing Machine [?]
- Pet friendly - Ask
- Smoking allowed - Ask
- Suitable for children - Yes
- Suitable for the elderly - Ask
- Wheelchair accessible - Ask
- 55 square meters
About the manager
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