Welcome to my home! My sleek 1 bed studio in lovely Chalk Farm is the perfect base for couples or those travelling alone when visiting London. With great transport links just a 7 minute walk away, you can get right into the heart of the city, yet retreat with total ease.
Being located between vibrant Camden Town and Kentish Town, you will have plenty to do on your doorstep and have easy access to the quirky nightlife, local attractions and infamous markets!
I hope you enjoy your stay!
My lovely 1 bed studio is the perfect base for couples or those travelling alone when visiting London. It is a bright and cosy space, with fresh white interior walls, sleek laminate flooring, large windows and lovely finishing touches. It’s a welcoming and inviting space where you can kick back.
Cooking couldn’t be easier. All kitchen appliances are modern and easy to use, so you can whip up a delicious meal in no time at all. These include a fridge, microwave and kettle.
There is a super comfortable double bed and, with fresh luxury linens, what more do you need for a good night’s sleep? You don’t have to live out of your suitcase; there is a large mirrored wardrobe meaning plenty of storage space to start unpacking and feeling at home straight away. There are also two dressing tables and a lovely tall standing mirror so you can explore the city in style!
Freshen up in the lovely bathroom, which has been fitted with fresh white tiled flooring and walls, wooden bathroom units, and a large mirror. Wake up properly in the mornings with the large sparkling walk-in shower. White fluffy towels and shampoo are provided!
My property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
You will have the entire place to yourself.
My friends at Hostmaker are looking after my home while I am away; they are a short-lets management service team who know London like the back of their hand! I trust them to look after you and give you a warm welcome! If you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch through the channel platform.
The ideal balance between Camden and the upmarket feeling of Hampstead, one of the best aspects of Kentish Town is that it’s truly an area with a real mixture of people, from lively art students at Central St. Martins to wealthy retirees. Music fans can enjoy a brilliant line-up of gigs at The Forum. Formerly an Art Deco cinema in the 1930s, The Forum became a concert venue in the 1980s and since then has seen a whole host of famous performers, including Van Morrison and the Velvet Underground! During the summer months, if you can brave the chilly temperature, then head for the Parliament Hill Lido for a swim on a traditional outdoor pool.
If you’re in the mood for food, head straight to Joe’s Southern Kitchen, hugely popular for their fried chicken, grits, gooey cornbread and incredibly decadent desserts. Also, the friendly, family-run Rossella is by far the best place to get a pizza in Kentish Town. Opened in 2012, The Fields Beneath is a fairly cheap and very well regarded coffee shop and takeaway cafe that locals really love. For a drink, head to the Camden Brewery Bar, near Kentish Town West station, and enjoy a tipple in the on-site bar of one of London’s most popular up-and-coming breweries. Also, for something different try Knowhere Special, a small bar with low lighting, great music and an inventive cocktail list.
Nearby Camden is a vibrant and buzzing neighbourhood in north-west London known for its punk rock scene and a fantastic maze of a market full of fashion finds, handmade jewellery, artwork, and a load of other curiosities. There are also tons of food vendors, serving every delicious cuisine you can think of, from Vietnamese to South Indian, to French, to Turkish, to Ethiopian snacks and meals.
Recommended by Evening Standard food critic Grace Dent, Q Grill is a great new addition to the Camden Town restaurant scene. As the name suggests, grilled food is the star of the menu, cooked in a charcoal pit grill and served with lovely seasonal salads.
The second outpost of this hugely popular retro chippie, Poppies serves delicious fresh fish and chips in a 1940s setting, complete with jukebox and reclaimed cinema seating. Come on a Friday or Saturday evening to enjoy free live music too. Despite the strong presence of burgers on the menu, Hache feels a lot more upmarket than your traditional burger joint, with dark wood furniture and a candelabra hanging from the ceiling. The burgers themselves are luxurious, with innovative flavour combinations and lovely floury buns.
The nightlife scene is one of the best in the city, with alternative clubs and creative counterculture, as well as live music, old-school pubs and major venues like the Jazz Cafe hosting all sorts of stars.
Chalk Farm tube station is the nearest station to the property, just a 7 minute walk away. This connects you to the Northern line, meaning you can get to iconic London sites in no time at all, such as Buckingham Palace, the London Eye and Oxford Street. Exploring London could hardly be easier..
- Please note the flat is on the second floor and there is no elevator in the property.Get the full listing »