East End Original
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|Not Suitable for Elderly|
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|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
|Living space||46 square meters|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyNo
|Theme||Historic, Luxury, Romantic, City, Downtown, Town|
Description from the manager
A delightful and bespoke townhouse, with a stylish Scandinavian feel. Well located on a quiet cobbled tuck-away, this home will make even the shortest stay in London unique and memorable.
Originally a carpenters workshop, the owners (both designers) have
sympathetically remodeled and transformed the entire building into a multilevel dream home. Every effort has been made to create an individual and well planned design for living: unique design element were built by local artisans, furniture has been custom designed or re-invented specifically for the home, and recycled materials have been used as frequently as p...Read more
East End Original
Additional Location Information
East London is full of interesting contrasts - vibrant and multicultural, trendy and traditional, affluent and gritty. It has a wonderful and diverse range of people from bohemian artists, monied financiers to the original 'locals' i.e. Cockney Londoners. Close enough to all of the must-see London landmarks so that you don't waste time traveling but removed enough so that you can mingle with us long term London residents.
In the immediate area head towards the lively local street markets of Columbia Road flower market, Brick Lane, Broadway Market, Spitalfields and Pettycoat Lane. Much loved by the 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.
From your home, 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.
If you have to work the home is only 15 minutes away from the financial district ‚Äď called the City - and Liverpool Street station. There are excellent train connections plus 24hr bus links for easy access to the west end.
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.
Location Type City, Downtown, Town
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in GBP) (change)
|Rate Summary||$203||$203||$1,264||$4,663||3 nights|
|All Dates||$203||$203||$1,264||$4,663||3 nights|
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Additional notes from owner
East End Original is offered by The London Agent and may be booked directly via our website. Here is a link to the property details. If you cut and past it into your browser you will go directly to the full property details:
Rate changes apply over holiday periods and the London 2012 Olympic games.
Rates also vary depending on the length of stay and number of people.
Accurate rates calculate on our site:
Preference is given to bookings of seven nights or more.
Standard arrival time is: 14.00
Standard departure time is: 10.00
Credit card details are requested to cover the ¬£200.00 damage deposit ‚Äď your card will be pre-authorised as is customary in hotels.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: December 11, 2012 ◀▶