Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in Covent Garden - Covent Garden
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Sleeps 4-5
The flat will sleep 4-5 in comfort.The flat is ideal for those travelling with children,teenagers and also suits couples or those travelling alone.
There are excellent transport links nearby ,but as one is so close to the major sightseeing attractions,public transport shouldn't be necessary.The closest tube stop is covent garden on the picadilly line(dark blue on tube map)which is direct to heathrow airport.Nearby leicester sqaure station is direct to the eurostar(northern line on tube map)
There's wide choice of coffee shops,tea rooms, restaurants all within minutes of the flat.The flat is well looked after and our guests should love their stay in covent garden. For those wishing to see theatre productions ,the main west end shows are wihin a few minutes walk of the flat.. There's plenty of shopping on nearby oxford st.The flat should suit those coming to london to see the sights or for those needing a relaxing break. Our guest won't have to struggle with their suitcases up long narrow stairwells as there's a modern day lift and wide corridors.
There plenty of space in the flat to keep luggage out of sight whilst you enjoy your stay.
Of course no mention of covent garden or london in general would be complete without pubs. This seems to be the question we're asked most.We have put together a list of truly great pubs that have retained their historical charm and still offer a good pint or two.The lamb and flag on nearby rose st is one my faves and also my local.It get's rather packed in the evening so a good time to go is on a sunday or just after lunch.It's down a charming little alley and you really have to bend in order to get down it if you're tall.They have 8 beers on tap and also a guest beer selection that changes every month.Fantastic pub.
The closest pub to the flat is the cross keys on endell st. This should win awards for its beautiful flower display outside.It's a really good pub to take photos in as it's covered in old london st signs and british pop memorbollia.They also do a good sunday roast and if you're staying on a sunday ,a sunday roast and newspapers is a relaxing way to spend an afternoon.
The harp on nearby chandos st serves real ale and has one long bar.If you can get a seat all the better but if not one can go outside to enjoy their pint.
The salisbury on the corner of st martin's lane is a huge 1890's pub that should be visited for its decor alone.The roundhouse up the street is also good.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair accessible
- pets not allowed
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- Long-term Renters Welcome