A modern, split level 2 bedroom flat in prime central London, Hampstead Village. Spacious and bright with a stunning 315 sqft reception area leading to an open plan kitchen. Situated on the prestigious Flask Walk, a quaint pedestrianised historical walkway with plenty of cafes and shops. Perfect for all travellers whether you're leisure/business/couple/solo/family with immediate proximity to Hampstead Tube station which is only 10 mins into Central London and 30 minutes from Heathrow Airport.
A well appointed two bedroom apartment situated on Flask Walk, an alleyway of quirky shops, cafes and restaurants. The flat is set over three floors with natural sunlight throughout and boasts a very spacious 315 sqft reception area. There are two good sized bedrooms with 1x Queen size bed and 1x Single bed. Stunning space, clean and fresh, it is perfect for all travellers whether you're leisure/business/couple/solo/family with very easy access to Central London.
Disponible para huéspedes
Flat entrance is shared with the Beauty Boutique Day Spa on Flask Walk.
Atención a los huéspedes
Happy to offer advice as often as need be.
Otros aspectos destacables
History of Flask Walk
Flask Walk, which goes into Well Walk, is in the centre of Hampstead 'village'.
In the 18th century fashionable members of society flocked to Hampstead, which was then a separate village, to take the therapeutic spa water. The source of the spring water, rich in iron salts, was in Well Walk, the site is marked by a disused fountain.
In Flask Walk, named after the Flask pub, the spa water was put in flasks to be sold to the visitors or sent to London. The Wells Tavern, almost opposite the well, accomodated those people who took part in the illict liaisons for which the spa soon became notorious.
In later times Well Walk had many famous residents, including the artist John Constable, the poet John Keats and the novelists D.H. Lawrence and J B Priestley.
Today Flask Walk is an alleyway of quirky specialist shops, cafes and restaurants.
Hampstead Village, with its myriad restaurants, old pubs and cafes is is one of the wealthiest sections of London. The area retains much of its original village character, and Hampstead High St alone houses no less than 18 grade II listed buildings. You will also find some interesting, non-mainstream shopping, several repertory theatres and one of the best arthouse cinemas in London.
1. Please be mindful of cooking smells, curry etc. The flat should not smell of cooking. Please open windows when cooking anything.
2. No parties or events.
3. Lock the front door of the main building every night.
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