Georgian Lady Wilmington
- 1 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- sleeps 4
Description from the manager
The Grade II Listed Georgian property dates from 1826 and is situated in Wilmington Square, a leafy sanctuary in the heart of London’s fashionable Clerkenwell, immediately adjacent to Sadler’s Wells Theatre and the award-winning gastronomic delights of Exmouth Market. The property has recently been restored, revealing timber panelling, stone fireplaces and a stone courtyard that had been covered up for decades.
The pine-boarded reception room is spacious and bright with a high ceiling and features a large, stone fireplace with wood burning stove. The room is decorated with Mid-century Modern Ercol dining suite, glass pedant lights,...Read more
Georgian Lady Wilmington
Additional Location Information
Clerkenwell is a vibrant and sought after area of central London. Lots to do to help you spend all that cash made in the City and keen shoppers can find anything from antique collectables and works of art, to local produce - Exmouth Market being a fine example and just a stone's throw away. You will also find many of London's finest restaurants, gastro pubs and Italian Delis in the vicinity so come prepared to shop, eat and generally have a good time.
Hand in hand with commerce and high finance goes culture and Europe’s largest art and conference venue is your neighbour - the renowned Barbican Arts Centre. This prominent venue is the home of the London Symphony Orchestra and hosts contemporary and classical music, Opera, theatre and innovative visual art installations.
In the immediate area head east towards Hoxton and the lively local street markets of Columbia Road flower market, Brick Lane, Broadway Market, Spitalfields and Pettycoat Lane. Much loved by locals, the area offers vibrant restaurants, music venues, bars and night life, as well as renowned galleries and museums - the Cube and Geffrye Museum being perhaps best known.
Or head south from your home and take a leisurely stroll through the City to St Pauls, over the Millennium Bridge to Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and lunch at the Tate Modern. Or head west and wonder around antique Bloomsbury, explore the wonderful treasures of the British Museum and pop in at one of the four Inns of Court to get a feel for medieval London. If you are feeling energetic there are many cycle paths along the canals which are great for poodling around on a lazy Sunday with a pit stop at the local pub.
Your choices are endless as the area truly has something for everyone. Lots of history to keep you fascinated plus a thriving nightlife to keep you entertained.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: September 18, 2013 ◀▶
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in GBP) (change)
|Date||Nightly Rate||Weekly Rate||Monthly Rate|
|All other dates ||$270||$1,490|
|3 night min stay | Any day check-in|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the manager|
- Wireless Internet [?]
- Washing Machine [?]
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- Fan / extractor
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Vitro ceramic
- Hair dryer
- Pet friendly - Ask
- Smoking allowed - Ask
- Suitable for children - Yes
- Suitable for the elderly - Ask
- Wheelchair accessible - Ask