Enjoy our spacious, modernised, comfortable apartment with wireless internet, private parking and fast and easy access to the cultural and historical attractions of the city centre. A large supermarket and fantastic local restaurants and cafes are only 2 minutes walk away in our family-friendly area of London.
The modernised apartment is in one of the oldest and most striking Tudor-style houses in the Crystal Palace area. The apartment comes with all towels, linen etc., wireless internet access and digibox TV. Private parking is available.
Access to central tourist attractions is quick and easy. The mainline station is a short walk away with frequent, inexpensive and fast trains to the centre. We (Stuart and Vivienne) live nearby and will be pleased to help you enjoy your stay. We have had very positive feedback about the apartment and have had visitors from all over the globe, from Europe, USA, Canada and Australia.
Itinerary suggestions: Historical
Day A. Historic London. Boat trip on the Thames taking in Big Ben, Houses of Parliament, Tower of London, Tower Bridge. Trip on the London Eye. Dinner in Soho. Show in the evening.
Day B. Historic England. Leeds Castle, Hever Castle, Edenbridge, Royal Tun bridge Wells. Dinner at The Alchemist, Crystal Palace.
Day C. Historic London. Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens, Dickens' House and Museum, St James' Palace, Kensington Palace. Dinner in Lambs Conduit Street.
Day A. Tate Modern, Millennium Bridge, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery, Imperial war Museum. Dinner in Brick Lane (traditional Indian).
Day B. Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum. Dinner in China Town, show in the evening.
Day C. Old Market's Day. Portobello Road Antiques Market, Borough Food Market, Camden Clothes and knick-knacks Market, Convent Garden Market. Trip on the canal (Camden to Little Venice). Dinner in Convent Garden, show in the evening.
Suggested days out: Day A. Day trip to France by ferry or Paris by train.
Day B. White cliffs of Dover, Hastings (site of the Battle of Hastings), Brighton. Dinner at Crystal Palace (Thai, Chinese or Indian).
Day C. Col-harbour village with traditional English pub, Leith Tower, Box Hill (South Down Hills), Dorking village and antique trail.
Good for food lovers: Eating out in Crystal Palace is a must with excellent food from all regions of the globe. Crystal Palace park is the place to work up an appetite or antique hunting is always good fun.Get the full listing »