|Space||613 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||4 - 14 nights|
This London home is offered by The London Agent - your short let specialists with more than 25 years of lettings expertise.
Rates and dates change frequently so please enquire if your dates are available before you make a request to book. We will supply an accurate quote when you enquire. Discounts may be offered to fill gaps, for long lets and in winter months.
* Larger than your average London one bedroom flat.
* Sleeps 4 with ease. Separate WC.
* Small patio to front.
* Regent's Park is stumbling distance.
* Mornington Crescent Underground 5 minute walk.
*St Pancras Station, Kings Cross & Euston - 1 stop away.
* Camden - world famous live music scene and market.
REGENT'S PARK GEM
A roomy and pleasant conversion flat on the lower ground floor of an attractive period building. Enjoy this tranquil street in Camden Town, close to Mornington Crescent Underground and Regent's Park.
LIVING & DINING ROOM
There is a spacious living area with sofa and chairs, feature fire place, TV and WiFi. There are also two single beds arranged for seating but useful for sleeping two people. Adjacent is dining area with a table and seating for six.
Open plan kitchen with gas cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils.
The bedroom offers a king sized bed and good storage space. Newly laundered bedding and linen is included in your stay.
The bathroom is en-suite and has a walk in shower. A separate washer and dryer are located here. There is also a separate WC. Towels and soap are provided as standard.
There is a quaint patio area to the front with a table and chairs.
- Mornington Crescent underground - Northern line - Zone 2 - 5 minutes walk.
- Euston & Kings Cross Station - National Rail, Northern Line, Victoria Line, Piccadilly Line, Hammersmith & City Line, Circle Line, Metropolitan Line - zone 1 - 15 minutes walk.
Fully furnished and equipped with linen, towels, kitchenware and WiFi. A baby travel cot may be provided subject to availability - please request when you book.
Camden is a well known area of central London in close proximity to Bloomsbury, Kings Cross, Fitzrovia and Clerkenwell. This private residence offers relaxed accommodation and excellent value in a fun and interesting central London location. From here you are able to whizz into central London, mooch about markets and parks, or cycle calmly along the canals on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Head off in the evening to relax over a drink and some live music…
Please note that all of our rates are set and charged in Stirling (£). If you are viewing our rates in a different currency they will be an approximate conversion and can not be entirely accurate. Please refer to the quote we send you, or our website for the correct rate.
Residential lettings expertise from more than 25 years in the business! At The London Agent we manage central London homes on behalf of owners who live abroad. Our aim is to make it simple and straightforward from booking to departure and we are only a phone call away.
We had a good time in Camden and a happy stay. The flat itself is comfortable and has everything you need. You never run out of things to do in this area…also wonderful to be so close to Regent's Park. We would stay here again and get to know the area even more. Cheers...
Both the building and the apartment itself is attractive and we were comfortable here. We liked the general feel of the place and it was well equipped. I recommend Camden for people who like to walk around and get to know the local cafes, bars and restaurants. It is very close to the centre here and easy to use the public transport, which is so useful in London. For shorter journeys we were happy to take the bus or to walk. Thank you.
We had a successful stay in this rental home - if you are looking for something convenient and quite spacious by London standards, this will suit you. Location wise it's easy to get around from here and close to Regent's Park. We weren't bothered by the fact that this is a lower ground floor flat; we liked having some outdoor space to call our own. Thanks to the agency.
The London VRBO flat was an excellent choice. I was traveling with my adult daughter to London on her first visit to Europe. The flat was excellent for her first visit.
xlnt location to attractions, shops, restaurants, Camden Markets, subways, and bus lines.
xlnt location near St Pancras: Eurostar to Paris. Direct train to Gatwick Airport. Just a quick Uber ride to the train station.
Daughter used the living room with two beds, sofa, two chairs, coffee table, and cabinet as her separate domain for our stay
Large living, dining rooms and kitchen
Dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washer, microwave, and dryer
Plenty of towels, utensils, cabinets, and hanging space
Quick and convenient check in and out
Very nice neighborhood.
Reasonable for what we got.
Basement unit. But was not a problem
Very thin floors above. Could hear a lot of noise from above constantly.
The pluses outweighed the negatives, and would absolutely come back to this unit, and recommend it to anyone looking in London.
This flat is so nice because it was fully equipped with everything a person may need. It even had oil and spices, which was really great since many VRBOs do not provide that. It was great also because it had a washer and dryer. However, do be aware that this flat is located in a basement so it can get pretty cold. Great location, right off of Mornington Crescent, which was a 5 minute walk to the station. Really easy to get around and is in a beautiful residential area.
Our family of 2 adults and 2 teenagers rented this apartment in August.
This flat is very cosy, clean, very well furbished with all useful equipment. It was nice to find it after having visited during all the day.
It is also very well located (especially when you arrive via Eurostar), with the tube we could be in all the places to visit in 10 or 20 min.
The owner is very nice and helpful.
We recommend it !
My family of 3 adults stayed at Liz's apartment for 15 nights in September. Liz was very quick to reply to our questions before and during the stay. We were provided an info pack prior to arrival which was very helpful, and she also accommodated our request for an early check in (10.00am) which we really appreciated. When we were there, our request for curtains for the glass door in the bathroom was promptly attended to.
The apartment was very self contained and there is sufficient space to accommodate 3-4 adults comfortably. There was ample seating all round, including a sofa and a dining table for six. The double bed in the master room and two single beds in the living room were comfortable enough and ample towels and blankets were also provided. The master room has a two door wardrobe and a full length mirror which is always helpful. There was a black shelf behind the dining table that we used to stow our munchies, and a work table that we used for our laptop. And we appreciated the additional power adaptors, especially those around the beds. The kitchen was well equipped with all the necessary appliances. We did not cook though, mainly used the microwave to heat up food. The bathroom was through the master bedroom; was very nice sized, and the water heater worked very well. The wifi is strong throughout the apartment.
There is a small patio area you can sit and have coffee on warmer days. It is a basement apartment though, so may not be appropriate for those with mobility issues.
The location is ideal; it's about 3 min from Mornington Crescent tube station and from there you can easily get to all over London. We purchased the oyster card that allowed us unlimited travel on trains and buses. Around the tube station is a Boots pharmacy, Sainsbury supermarket, and tons of restaurants and eating places. I recommend Costas and Leyas for breakfast. Talk a short 10 min stroll and you will be in Camden Market which is a great way to spend an afternoon. There's also a Lidl supermarket there where we got most of our groceries from. There is also a bus stop two min walk away from the apartment that can take you straight to Oxford street.
We really enjoyed our stay in this apartment. It felt like home away from home. If there could be additional pillows, a larger microwave, and a two-door wardrobe replacing the chest of drawers in the living room for those sleeping there, it'll be really ideal. Highly recommend!
Happening Camden! Home to the alternate and original. Noisy, grungy and always interesting, you could never be bored or un-enthused in Camden Town!
Home to the world famous Market with it’s vintage clothing, crafts and original little shops selling almost everything, it would seem, but many leaning towards clothing and music in one way or the other. Here you will find a live music scene that is envied by all, plus enough bars, clubs, music-venues, funky eateries and street food to keep even the most picky tourist fascinated and intrigued for the entire length of their stay!
The canals add a little bit of calm and serenity in an otherwise bustling and busy market atmosphere. They are very pleasant to sit beside with a drink in the summer, to walk by, or just to watch people cycling and walking their dogs. There is always a great duality here with young people hanging out and strumming a guitar with not a care in the world, and those milling around the markets, eager to find that one original gift for someone back home. You’re spoiled for choice for the weird, the unusual and the never-seen-before, as far as goods for sale go. The markets themselves are actually divided up into about six areas, each specialising in one thing or another. One sells only Goth style clothing, for example.
Keep walking further along from here and you will find Regent’s Park, home to the London Zoo, open-air events and boating, amongst others. Check out the Park’s and the Zoo’s wonderful website to see all the attractions that they offer and for news of new and upcoming exhibits. There truly is so much to see and do here besides visiting the Reptile House or just lazing on a grassy bank. The London Zoo is a world-class one that inspires and impresses.
If you’re still strolling, or bus-hopping (which is always fun) you should have reached Oxford or Regent Street by now. So close to Camden, and so easy to get to from there. What a great and fascinating central London area.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
1 May 2017 - 31 May 2017
4 night minimum stay
for 4 nights
1 Sep 2017 - 7 Jan 2018
14 night minimum stay
for 14 nights
My Standard Rate
5 night minimum stay
for 5 nights
Rates vary throughout the year. Please check on our website for the latest rates and minimum stay information.