Comfort with a dash of style in a family friendly freshly decorated 2-bedroom flat (+ comfortable double sofa bed) sleeping 6 in fashionable Fitzrovia. Lively London is on doorstep from Oxford Street shops, West End theatres, Soho nightlife and British Museum.
If you like a sense of history with all modern amenities in a building that dates back over 150 years, then there is no better place to get a sense of what is London is about. The flat even overlooks the Victorian workhouse said to have inspired Oliver Twist, In fact Charles Dickens lived in this street twice as a young man. The flat is in the shadow of the BT tower.
The flat comfortably sleeps six. There are two large bedrooms, each with a double bed. One is in Edwardian style with an antique bed frame, wardrobe and dressing table - and a large wall mirror. The other is in modern style with an extensive mirrored wardrobe to fit and hang all of your belongings. Two more people can sleep in the top of the range Habitat sofa bed in the living room.
Everything! The flat is completely yours for the duration of your stay.
The glamorous designer bathroom has a deep Japanese tub and shower - that fits two! The kitchen has all you need to prepare breakfast and there are cooking utensils, a gas hob and fan oven and microwave if you decide to stay in for lunch and dinner. There is also a large fridge to store all of the tasty treats that you might find in the local Farmers' markets!
The light-filled and comfortable living room has a HD TV with over 60 channels with an in-built DVD player. You can also listen to music from your smartphone or tablet on a wireless speaker pod. There is also an Art Deco glass-topped dining table that seats six people.
Of course, the flat is cosy and warm. There is instant hot water and heat via a remote-controlled eco-friendly boiler to keep you comfortable on those cold winter nights!
There is also fast wifi for your internet browsing and streaming needs. The flat is very secure with an intercom and buzzer.
Other things to note
The flat is in an old London building and offers great privacy - however it may not be suitable for those with a physical disability or impaired mobility as it is on the third floor.
The street can be busy during weekdays but is quiet in the evening. This is central London and it is impossibe to avoid the noise of people in the street. There is a pub a few doors down and people are allowed to drink in the street until 11pm. While it is noticeable on hot summer days generally it is at the level of people chatting and unlikely to be a nuisance.