Welcome to my home! It’s a contemporary studio flat with a lot of charming character, located in the vibrant borough of Camden Town and just at a 3-minute walk from Regent’s Park. The nearest tube, Mornington Crescent, is only 2 minutes walk away, and connects you directly to Tottenham Court Road or Leicester Square and more!
With elegant interior design elements, our place has everything you need for a comfortable stay and a unique London experience!
My contemporary studio flat is spacious and highly organized, with a beautiful interior decor and a relaxed feel inspired by the latest interior design trends. It’s the ideal place to come back to after a day of exploring. Great transport links mean you’ll be right in the hub of the city but able to escape the hustle and bustle!
What makes it unique and different from London's typical studio flats is the amazing living area. There is a comfy design sofa and a flat-screen TV - sit back and make yourself at home! The neutral colour scheme is brightened up by warmer shades, which give a unique touch of elegance and lots of charm to the room.
A comfortable king-size bed hides behind the sofa, turning the living room into a beautiful bedroom. The bed will be dressed in lavish linen that will guarantee you a 5-star night's sleep. Lay in a cosy atmosphere on a Sunday morning: you can even watch TV without getting up.
The living room shares an open-space layout with the kitchen. Compact yet fully equipped, it offers you everything you need to show off your culinary skills. All the appliances are modern and easy to use. You’ll also find a complimentary welcome pack stuffed full of coffee, tea (of course!), and proper English scones! Sit at the counter with your beloved ones and enjoy fresh, homemade pancakes.
Freshen up in the modern bathroom and get an energy load in the luxurious waterfall head shower. Soft, cotton towels and toiletries are provided! The design is super modern and stylish, characterized by the contrast of black and white tiles, enhancing the essential layout of this room.
My property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
Guests can access the entire property. It is paramount that we are respectful towards our neighbours.
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.
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, fine and handmade jewellery, artwork, and a load of other curiosities. There are also tons of food vendors, serving every delicious thing you can think of, from Vietnamese to South Indian, to French, to Turkish, to Ethiopian snacks and meals.
Recently 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 on 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.
Mornington Crescent is just a 2 minute walk away. Here you will find the Northern Line. Plus, after 2 stops (Warren Street station), you can change the line and take the Victoria line, after 3 stops (Tottenham Court Road station) Piccadilly Line! You will also be able to get all over the city.
Exploring London could hardly be easier!
If you arrive at Gatwick Airport you can take the Thameslink Train to St. Pancras International and then walk on the Midland Road to the flat! It will take you 1 hour and a half, more or less!
If you arrive at Heathrow Airport you can take the Piccadilly Line, change at Leicester Square for the Northern Line and jump off at Mornington Crescent station, just 2 minutes away from the flat!Get the full listing »