There's not much to say really, I can mostly only affirm the rave reviews that have already been written. The owners are absolutely lovely, well-informed and helpful guys, the apartment is very tidy and exactly as described. Everything worked, and if it didn't -- the heating can be "a bit temperamental" to use Shimmy's words :-) -- it was fixed immediately. High-quality big-screen TV with lots of programmes if you care for that. At this price there must be some drawbacks, but these are absolutely plain to see: There's the size (a family is OK, but four adults ought better be on VERY good terms) and the distance to central London (see the other reviews). Personally, I didn't mind the commuting much; there's a lot to see or to read and trains and buses are frequent. It's not too expensive either: To my suprise a zone 5-6 off-peak travelcard costs exactly the same as a ticket for zone 1-2 (GBP 8.90 p.d. for adults, and I think it was 3.20 for the kids -- Oyster is an alternative). What mattered much more to us was that really everything you might need can be reached on foot in a few minutes: take-away restaurants, a cafe, a little corner shop, a pub, ... Supermarkets are also nearby (a walk of perhaps 15 mins or one or two stations by bus, and we even felt daring enough to go there by car). All in all we spent five wonderful days in London -- thanks a lot for that! We'd definitely return to this apartment, and I can only recommend it to everybody; especially, but not only, if money IS an issue.