Be in the Mid & Top Space 3rooms with free Parking

Entire home/apt

7 guests

3 bedrooms

5 beds
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Adults
1
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Children
Ages 2 - 12
0
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7 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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Set on the entire second and third floors of this town house with no one to share with and no one else to bump into but your own group. This place offers space to family or a group of friends. No shared areas but you will share the front door with one guest on the ground floor.


The space
Bathrooms: 2
Bedrooms: 3
Beds: 5
Check In: Anytime after 3PM
Check Out: 10AM
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities
Free parking on premises
Wireless Internet
Laptop friendly workspace

Prices
Extra people $9 CAD / night after 4 guests
Cleaning Fee $172 CAD
Security Deposit $257 CAD
Weekly Discount: 15%
Weekend Price $172 CAD / night
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House Rules
No smoking
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 3PM

Cancellations

Safety features
Smoke detector

Availability
On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.

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London, United KingdomJoined in August 2013
From Duchess Place User Profile

Short-term letting of homes is now allowed to a maximum 90 nights in a calendar year, putting London on the same footing as other English towns and cities.

Until 2015 these rentals were potentially in breach of outdated 1973 Greater London Council laws requiring Londoners to get planning permission for rentals of fewer than 90 nights, or face a fine of up to £20,000 for each unlawful rental.

This law, which was poorly and confusingly enforced across the capital, has now been amended by the Deregulation Act, whose provisions on short term lets came into force on 26 May 2015.

Does a 90day limit apply to a lodger?

A lodger is someone who occupies part of a house but whose occu­pation is under the control of a landlord or his or her representative who resides in or retains possession or control over the house - Thompson v Ward [906] KB 60

In most cases a hotel occupier will also be a lodger or licensee - Luganda v Service Hotels [969] 2 Ch 209

With only entire home listings on airbnb not being able to receive bookings for more than 90 nights per calendar year the answer is detailed in the Deregulation Act 2015 c.20 Section 44

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