This 1 bedroom flat will be perfect to stay in Central London with a small budget.
This is not a huge flat but there is everything you need for your trip.
The place will be perfect for 2 people especially during summer time with the little terrace to enjoy a glass of wine to the sun.
This is on the one and half floor of a beautiful Victorian building next to Earl's court Station.
We will be happy to host you and this amazing area full of restaurants, pubs, shops...
This lovely flat in the heart of Earl's Court is perfect for a couple coming on a city-break to London. Literally next to the station!
Bright living room with sitting area to watch the small TV, fully equipped kitchen to cook lovely meals to enjoy in the dining area.
Lovely terrace straight from the living room.
The bedroom is cosy and the double bed comfy. You will also have your own space in the wardrobe and drawers. The sheets will be provide.
The bathroom is en-suite with a shower and toilet. The towels and bathmats are provided by us.
The place is perfect for a stay in London!
Guests will have access to the entire flat and the terrace.
Interaction with Guests:
You can call us and email us if you have any questions.
The Earl's Court area is very safe and lively with lots of places to enjoy!
You will find plenty of restaurants, bars, cafes, shops and parks all located within 5min walking distance to the property. Harrod's and South Kensington are also moments very close.
Earl's Court tube station 2 min walk (Piccadilly line and District line).
A lot of buses going in the centre and in West London.
You will be in the Heart of Earl's Court.
Other Things to Note:
If there is a check out in the morning, you will only be able to check in between 2pm and 3pm.
The flat is on the 1 and half floor inside a Victorian building without lift.
Please make sure to close the terrace's door.
There is a refurbishment in the communal area. Sorry for the inconvenient.
• No smoking
• Not suitable for pets
• No parties or events
• Check in time is flexibleGet the full listing »