Lovely & Cosy Studio apartment ready for 4 people with lovely double bed & comfy double sofa bed & kitchen, small living & bathroom in the HEART OF CENTRAL LONDON. Perfect for families, friends or solo travelers who come to discover London.
Located in Bloomsbury next Russell Square, Holborn, Chancery Line. Walking distance to Coven Garden & all the more famous landmark in London like Leicester Sq, British museum , Oxford Circus, Regents St, Trafalgar Sq, Soho and the lovely & trendy West end...
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This exceptional studio apartment with a lovely small garden ready for four people
This exceptional apartment ready for four people
The location is exceptionally tranquil and just a few steps from bus, underground, train and taxi links. Stay in Central London Gou have the advantage of Be in walking distance of world-famous theatres, concert halls, cultural centres, strolls along the river, historic outings, museums, world-class restaurants and… the list is truly endless
Once inside the apartment , you will find that in addition small studying with a lovely double bed and comfy double sofa bed from IKEA and fully equipped kitchen, with plenty of wardrobe space, a bathroom to enjoy an energizing shower in a walking cube shower ..The Studio is fully furnished and equipped with good standard, with linens provided, ready to welcome you in comfort.
The studio apartment comes with a fully-equipped kitchen for four people , a small living area and one bathroom with shower .The flat is perfect for families, couples or friends who are here to discover London. The studio apartment comes with a fully equipped kitchen, a living area and one bathroom. Emerlad St is a quiet l street off from the busy Central London, Russell Square, Holborn , and Chancery Line, close to the amenities of central London as well as the trendy West end.
**BEST VALUE FOR MONEY IN THE AREA FOR LOCATION & QUALITY
Bloomsbury exudes high culture without pretences. Known for its array of specialised institutions, Bloomsbury remains mild-mannered despite its cultural bragging rights. We’ll brag for it—the neighbourhood gave its name to an influential group of English intellectuals, including Virginia Woolf. Garden squares and Victorian era hotels contribute to the streetscape’s nonchalant beauty, while dairy markets and butchers still populate Bloomsbury’s street corners, lending it a distinctly village feel in the midst of central London.
Historically, Bloomsbury is associated with the arts, education and medicine so the area sets a sophisticated and modern atmosphere. The Bloomsbury theatre, a very respected theatre within the eyes of Londoners; is located within the area."
This is as central as you can get, as far as London goes. Great public transport connections everywhere, whether you're looking to get to the the London Eye, O2 Arena, Oxford Street or Piccadilly Circus - you literally are in the middle of everything."
Bloomsbury Square, Russell Square Gardens and Queen Square are few minutes walk away for a bit of greenery which will give you a pleasant surprise amongst buildings. Those are our hidden treasures!"
Holborn starts at the western boundaries of the historic City of London, and its central location makes it a popular place to work. But that also makes it a great place to play. Holborn restaurants serve a range of international cuisine, from Korean to North American. The bars and pubs in Holborn comprise some of London’s most historic hostelries as well as cutting-edge drinking spots. The shops in Holborn tend to be independent places that specialise in unusual stock. Where else can you buy an umbrella with a hickory crook when it unexpectedly rains on your way to the office?
RUSELL SQUARE * square in the WEST END
At the heart of Bloomsbury and originally laid out in 1800 by Humphrey Repton, Russell Square was dark and bushy until a striking facelift early in the new millennium pruned the trees, tidied up the plants and gave it a 10m-high fountain and lovely glassed-in cafe.
My place is close to Chiltern Firehouse, Charlotte St, La Fromagerie, Roka, and The Providores and Tapa Room Restaurant. You’ll love my place because of the ambiance, the outdoors space, the neighbourhood, and the comfy bed. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, and families (with kids).
Enjoy a wide range of shopping, theatre, bars, restaurants, hotels, and culture in Central London's Covent Garden district.
Covent Garden in London's West End is a popular destination for visitors and Londoners who enjoy shopping, theatre, restaurants, bars, history and culture. Geographically, Covent Garden is located in Central London, bordered by the City of London and Leicester Square. It is within walking distance of Soho, the river Thames and Trafalgar Square.
There are several smaller areas within Covent Garden that are worth exploring such as the traffic-free Covent Garden market piazza, The Opera Quarter, St Martin's Courtyard, Seven Dials, Neal's Yard, and Floral Street.
Be aware not to confuse Covent Garden Market with New Covent Garden market, which is elsewhere in London.
Things to see and do in and around Covent Garden
You will find many of London's top attractions in Covent Garden and the surrounding area:
London Transport Museum
The Royal Opera House home of The Royal Ballet
Covent Garden Market
St Martin-in-the-Fields Church
Somerset House including The Courtauld Gallery
Covent Garden is also well known for its street theatre in the piazza area.
in Covent Garden
There are many shows to see in Covent Garden's theatres. From West End musicals to classic plays and comedies, there is a wide range of staged entertainment in the area. Some of the more famous shows and theatres include:
The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre
Stomp at the Ambassadors Theatre
Matilda the Musical at the Cambridge Theatre
The Woman in Black at Fortune Theatre
Funny Girl at the Savoy Theatre
Find out what's on in London when you visit.
Things to do in Covent Garden: Shopping
Shop for the latest fashion, shoes, cosmetics, art and crafts in Covent Garden.
The area has become a destination for premium brands such as Burberry and Apple Store Covent Garden. Explore Covent Garden shops in The Opera Quarter, St Martin's Courtyard, Seven Dials and Neal's Yard.
At the heart of Covent Garden is the market with its quirky craft stalls and emerging designer boutiques.
Things to do in Covent Garden: Restaurants and Bars
There's a diverse range of Covent Garden restaurants and bars: from Indian meals at Masala Zone and Dishoom, to Mexican street food at Wahaca, to late night cocktails at Dirty Martini and a huge range of beers at The Porterhouse.
Enjoy a cheap pre-theatre pizza at Fire and Stone; take in the people-watching potential of Scoff & Banter or Tuttons; or splash out on an elegant meal at Michelin-starred L'Atelier De Joel Robuchon or Rules, London's oldest restaurant.
For a spot of luxury, choose a Covent Garden hotel such
Radisson Blu Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel
The Charing Cross Hotel
St Martins Lane
Travel to Covent Garden
Covent Garden station is the most centrally located transport option in the area, sitting on the Piccadilly Line of the Tube. Alternatively, use Charing Cross station, Leicester Square station, or Holborn station, which are all roughly 10 minutes' walk away.
Many London buses travel close to but not through Covent Garden itself. Take a bus to Trafalgar Square then walk through the historic streets.
If you're going to be in London for more than a day, it's worth buying a Visitor Oyster Card in advance. The Visitor Oyster Card is delivered to your home before you arrive in London. It is one of the easiest ways to get around London.
If you do not have a Visitor Oyster Card, but still plan to travel around London for more than a day, buy an Oyster card at the Tube station. Learn more about Oyster Cards.
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