Photos and Description of this 1 bedroom holiday apartment in Waterloo & Lambeth
1 Bedroom With Large Comfortable Bed, Sleeps 4, With Free Wi-fi Internet
Ideally located apartment for both tourist and professional. A cosy 1st floor apartment in a Victorian street very close to local shops and services (Zone 1). High quality large bed and linens. Free Wi-Fi internet. Fully equipped for breaks of 5 days or longer.
Local neighbourhood but close to city centre: The neighbourhood offers an excellent and varied selection of local pubs, restaurants, cafés, shops, local library, dry cleaning and a large supermarket.
At the same time getting to the West End and many other areas is easy and quick. Fast 24 hour buses to the West End are 40m away. Vauxhall's zone 1 underground station is less than a 10 minute walk and is 4 stops from Oxford Circus. You can also walk along River Thames to Westminster and the South Bank arts centre.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- not suitable for children
- not suitable for elderly or infirm
- pets not allowed
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
About Terry Davies & Ian Jeffrey
We have lived in the London area for many years and know Vauxhall extremely well. I am a musician and Ian is a PhD research biochemist who more recently is working towards a new career as a child psychotherapist. The attractions of this apartment for us included the peaceful location and easy access to the excitement of the West End and the cultural centres.
Terry Davies & Ian Jeffrey purchased this apartment in 2011
Why Terry Davies & Ian Jeffrey chose Waterloo & Lambeth
We previously lived in Vauxhall for 21 years and loved the location. Now we have 2 holiday apartments just 3 streets apart which can also be rented separately or together.
We want you to be happy here. Having travelled widely, we know what we look for in a holiday home and these are the things we aim to offer in our 2 flats.
What makes this apartment unique
It has been wonderful to see the area around the flat develop into the lively residential centre it is today. We love the peace of the place in spite of being just off the main road. In the hallway you might meet Jon and Amy with their daughter Iris but you are unlikely to hear them. There's a lively residents' association in Tradescant Road and it's a friendly place.