Three bedroom flat in historic Bloomsbury! This old Georgian building offers a range of flats close to Russell and Bloomsbury Square. The Biritsh Museum is moments away, as in the University of London. This is comfortable living and high culture in tandem!
There are several flats available in this building, arranged over four floors. Photos show the style, size and quality of accommodation but specifics such as colour scheme and layout will vary.
Roomy living space with comfortable seating, dining table and chairs, TV. The kitchen is open plan and fully equipped, including microwave.
There are three single beds in each of the three double bedrooms. Ample storage.
Two smart white bathrooms with walk-in showers and tub.
Housekeeping service with linen change once a week for stays of seven nights or more.
Holborn underground station a 5 minute walk - Central Line and Picaddily Line in Zone 1.
The home is a private residence and ideal as extended stay corporate housing or for a self-catering holiday. Basic, comfortable and fully equipped flats that provide you with everything you need for a relaxed, easy stay in London. Ideal central location without breaking the budget!
THE LONDON AGENT
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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.TripAdvisor property ID 3248250...Read more
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