Welcome. Come and stay with us for a while in our small London apartment set within a quiet and friendly development. We are located in London Zone 2 with good public transport links to central London. This is a very safe area to walk around at night.
Your bedroom has a bolt lock, a wardrobe, a really comfy king size bed, hairdryer, mirror and umbrella (just in case). We will provide you with fluffy white towels and you help yourself to breakfast, water, tea and coffee when you wish.
We have a small three bed flat with a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and separate WC. One of our bedrooms is filled with a piano and books, the other is our spare room which will be our guest's bedroom.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests are most welcome to use the kitchen and lounge. We will give guests a front door keys. Breakfast will be 'help yourself' cereal, toast, fruit yogurt, tea coffee etc.
PLEASE NOTE - our shower is over the bath so our guests need to step into a bath around 500mm tall to take a shower.
Atención a los huéspedes
We will be around when guests arrive and for much of their stay- but guests will be given keys so they can come and go as they please.
Otros aspectos destacables
PLEASE NOTE - We have just installed a new lovely 13 tog duvet quilt on our guest bed. The quilt is made of high quality duck and goose down and will keep you very warm. IF THIS MIGHT CAUSE YOU ASTHMA DO LET US KNOW BEFORE YOU ARRIVE.
Sorry we cannot offer any parking.
Kings College Hospital and the Maudsley Hospital is very close. Some of our guests visit relatives in hospital, or are members of staff or visiting researchers.
We would be grateful if guests removed their shoes at the front door.
Because we share the outdoor space with our neighbours we would be grateful if guests didn't smoke outside, around the apartments.
We have lived in London for around 14 years. Conz works locally as an A&E Nurse and Tim works in local government. We have been together for 10 years and celebrate our Civil Partnership each year in July.
Art history, fine art, music and reading are important as is social justice, prayer, East Asia and Africa. We tend to live simple lives.
We have a reasonable size three bed flat where we welcome our friends and family. One bedroom is taken up with a large piano and too many books.