1 Bed Victorian flat In Fitzrovia//Oxford St/Covent Garden a short walk away
Price per night
Reviews:- 20 Reviews
A beautiful1 bedroom in the heart of Fitzrovia, Central London.The street is free of any traffic allowing our guests to enjoy a quiet relaxing stay in the middle of London! Arranged over the first floor of a well maintained Victorian building in the heart of fashionable Fitzrovia, this beautiful large one bedroom flat offers bright, modern interiors/whilst keeping its period charm. The flat comes fully equipped to make your stay in Central London most enjoyable. No corners are cut on towels or linens/and there are plenty spare for those who don't wish to wash and dry on holiday. Apartment Features: We're happy to arrange our cleaner to come in if this is requested. The living room has a flat LCD TV and DVD player with a selection of DVD's to watch during your stay. . The flat was fully refurbished less than a year ago and features solid oak flooring throughout, provencial stonework in the bathroom and integrated kitchen appliances.There's a fridge/freezer, hob and plenty of pots and pans for those wishing to cook meals at home. A water filter is also supplied.There's a filter coffee maker, a French Press There's an excellent choice of shops that sell fresh ground coffee. We Just added a new sofa bed. The kitchen has all mod cons and also a selection of cookery books should you wish to experiment at home. There's a selection of grocery shops within a five minute walk of the flat, Sainsbury's, Marks and Spencer, Tesco and Waitrose will have all you need for your stay. There's the independent Villandry on Great Portland St for the more special culinary treat...and also the simply fantastic La Fromagerie for cheese.This is one of the best cheese shops in London. The bathroom has very good water pressure and constant hot water ,so there will be no worries for larger groups staying at the flat.The flat benefits from independent central heating for the somewhat cold British winters. The bedroom has a wardrobe with hanging space and suitcases can easily be put to the side. Cleveland Street is home to a number of local shops, cafe's and restaurants and is well positioned close to Charlotte Street and Oxford Street. Fitzrovia is a neighbourhood in central London, near London's West End lying partly in the London Borough of Camden (in the east) and partly in the City of Westminster (in the west); and situated between Marylebone and Bloomsbury and north of Soho. More about Fitzrovia: This historically bohemian area was once home to such writers as Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw and Arthur Rimbaud, Bob Dylan played one of his first shows just down the road. A few minutes away is Fitzroy Sq...a piece of Georgian design that has aged beautifully.A few more blocks away and one can view the architecture of Nash and his row of terrace houses near Regents Park. For those traveling with young children a visit to Pollocks Toy Museum on nearby Whitfield St will be sure to delight them.The perfect place to pick up gifts for those back home! I have to admit even I go in there and I'm always in awe of the treasures of childhoods past that they have on display.Next door is their theatre print shop...again...well worth a visit. Whilst on the subject of theatre there's the Theatre Bookshop on Conway St with its numerous books on all theatre related matters. The number of restaurants on nearby Charlotte St really is amazing.There's something to cater to every taste and budget! We can assure you that you'll love this street.This street is less than 5 minutes from the flat. The London Zoo is nearby and this should delight all ages. The nearby shopping on Oxford St will be a real treat for people who love to shop until they drop. From high end shops to the two very large budget Primarks,one will find something to take back home with them. After a morning strolling aroud the West End a special treat of a full English Afternnoon Tea will sure to become a special memory of your time in London. Yes, it can be somewhat expensive but it should be something that should be tried if you have the time and budget. The Ritz is by far the best in London.The Savoy, The Dorchester,Browns, and Clariddge's are all expensive but worth it.The National Portrait Gallery,The Wallace Collection and the Langham are more affordable and equally as good. Fortnum and Mason on nearby Picacadilly is also worth it. Their food hall is amazing/and even if you don't have time for the full Afternoon Tea you could buy some tea to take back with you. The tin cans are simply stunning in design.A great gift for those back home. Best Of Fitzrovia -some of the best dining places are only moments from our flat Restuarants Da Paolo Fino Salt Yard Navarro's Roka Tsunami Charlotte Street Hotel Elenas L'etoile Pied a terre Pescatori Chez Gerrard Bertorellis Bambou Andreas The Agra The Gaylord Palms of Goa Carluccios Strada Sergios Efes Scandinavian Kitchen Zizzi Pizza Express Spaghetti House Archipelago PUBS Yorkshire Grey Fitzroy Tavern The Lukin Potion Smugglers Tavern The Northumberland Arms Grafton Arms Carpenters Arms The Hope The Newmans Arms Duke of York Green Man The Blue Posts The Champion Marquis of Granby The Black Horse Charlotte Street Blues The Crown and Sceptre The King and Queen Mortimer Nordic The Slug and Lettuce The Wheatsheaf bars BARS Bourne and Hollingsworth Jerusalem Shochu Crazy Bear The Eagle Bar Diner The Social Vanilla Sanderson Hotel Charlotte Street Hotel The Heights The Paramount Centrepoint PLEASE NOTE-WE DO OUR BEST TO KEEP OUR CALENDAR UP TO DATE.WE ALSO HAVE OTHER FLATS THAT COULD BE AVAILABLE.PLEASE CONTACT US FOR MORE DETAILS.