Welcome to my two-bedroom property, overlooking a delightful common with open space to enjoy and relax.
The property is located n a quiet neighbourhood with regular transport services close by. The 73 bus stops outside providing frequent access to Central London and has the added bonus of providing a night service. Rectory Road & Stoke Newington Train Stations are both within a six-minute walk which provides speedy direct access into Liverpool Street in under 5 minutes.
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My two-bedroom apartment has everything you need for the perfect stay in the vibrant city of London. The guests will have access to two incredibly spacious rooms, with plenty of natural light and elegant details. The beds will be dressed in lavish linen which will guarantee you an excellent night’s sleep. There is plenty of space to store your favourite clothes in, so yes – bring that blazer with you, you’ll find space.
One of the rooms gives you access to the private patio. It's very intimate, the ideal location for a romantic breakfast.
Enjoy the privacy of the family bathroom. No one will bother you while getting ready for a day of exploring and you’ll be able to enjoy a long, relaxing bath in all calm. The high-contrast patterned tiles add lots of personality to this room. Soft, cotton towels and toiletries will be provided to each guest.
Have a sit in the bright, spacious living room. It's a lovely, welcoming space that will make you feel at your own home. You have two comfy sofas waiting for you, so don't argue on who's getting which spot. Enjoy a movie with your friends and family and share your best memories of the day. Or if you're feeling book-wormy, grab a classic and get into London's atmosphere to its fullest.
Is it cookies what I smell? It must be! The oven is just too welcoming to resist baking some sweet treats. All other appliances are modern and easy to use, so don't be afraid of showing off your skills here! Polished, spacious cupboards and smooth surfaces add contemporality to the room.
The property will be professionally cleaned before your stay. High chairs and travel cots can be provided on request.
Guests can access the entire property. It is paramount that we are respectful towards our neighbours.
My friends at Hostmaker are looking after my home while I am away; they are a short-lets management service team who know London like the back of their hand! I trust them to look after you and give you a warm welcome! If you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch through the channel platform.
Stoke Newington is in the borough of Hackney and is relatively close to Shoreditch and other cool places in East London.
Church Street has become the main area for independent shops, bars, various eateries and a farmers' market every Sunday. Just a short walk from Church Street is London’s only all-organic farmer’s market in front of St Paul’s Church on the High Street. Held every Saturday, it’s the perfect place to get to know the locals and stock up on delicious organic fare. Church Street actually boasts another park, too, this time on the western end of the Street. Clissold Park is much more groomed than Abney Park and features a lake and a deer enclosure.
The locals are so proud of Stoke Newington, they’ve even set up their own magazine, ‘Stereo Stokey’. They have restaurant and pub reviews and loads of info on upcoming events. Their (Hidden by Airbnb) is particularly active – check them out at @stereostokey.
Church Street has a brilliant selection of Turkish restaurants, due to the large influx of Turkish settlers in the 1970s. They are largely ocakbasi restaurants, known for their grilled food. We particularly love Cirrek Brothers, and there are some nice kebab places, too. Along with the Turkish eateries, Stoke Newington also offers vegetarian dishes from Kerela at Rasa, Spanish tapas at El Olivo, Asian fusion at Itto, Italian fine dining at Il Bacio, Mexican favourites at Mercado, and many more. Make sure you arrive with an appetite
Like many places in Hackney, Stoke Newington has no tube (although the Seven Sister's stop on the Victoria Line isn't too far away), but plenty of regular buses going in all directions including night buses. There's the 73 which goes from Victoria all the way to Seven Sisters around the clock, so is often full of party people at night time. From the High Street you can get pretty much any bus down to Dalston or Shoreditch, including the 149 which goes all the way to London Bridge, or the 243 and 76 which go to Waterloo.
There's also an overland rail line to Liverpool Street, Cheshunt, Enfield, Richmond, Clapham or Stratford from Stoke Newington station. The nearest tube stations are either Manor House (Piccadilly Line), Finsbury Park (Victoria and Piccadilly Line) or Angel (Northern Line) but these are at least a good 20 minute bus ride away.
Gatwick Airport is super-easy to reach: hop on the 106 bus to Finsbury Park Interchange and then catch a direct train to the airport. Alternatively, you can go to London Bridge via bus 149 and catch a train from there.
Uber is a great alternative to taxis - and a much cheaper one!