Beautiful flat located next to Tower of London

Beautiful flat located next to Tower of London


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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Enjoy your holidays at this modern and comfortable flat highlighted in the New York Times!

Inside the flat: This flat is equipped with a microwave, oven and hob, fridge, freezer, washer and dryer, TV/VCR, wireless DSL, and power shower. The flat rental includes all linens, towels, and cutlery. No smoking, please.

Property features

Who we are

  1. I am 36 and am finishing up a PhD at the London School of Economics in international relations, focusing on China. I rent my flat out as a vacation/holiday rental when I am not doing exchanges or when I am traveling for research.

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Where is it?

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The flat is conveniently located just across the street from the Tower of London and next to the beautiful and historic Trinity Square Gardens. Just a minute's walk from the Tower Hill tube stop, and approximately three minutes from the Tower Gateway DLR, you'll find this flat the ideal London base from which to explore London!

Local Attractions: Many points of historic interest, including the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, the Roman Wall(s). Also located in 'The City' or financial district, so the area is considered very safe, even for walking around late at night. Due to the flat's proximity to the tube station (and being within Zone One and on the Circle Line), you can hop on and quickly be near any major attraction in central London: Buckingham Palace, Churchill's War Rooms, Whitehall, Parliament, Big Ben, Kensington Palace.

There are many pubs and restaurants within a one or two minute walk. The Hung, Drawn and Quartered Pub is just across Great Tower Street next to All Hallows (church). If that one doesn't appeal, there are three other British pubs, a French restaurant (Chez Gerard), and an upscale restaurant (Foxtrot Oscar) within a lazy one minute walk. If you're willing to walk a bit further, you will find a seemingly endless supply of restaurants.

Also nearby (under 15 minute walk) is St Paul's Cathedral, Tower Bridge, The City (financial district), St Katherine's Dock, Shad Thames (riverwalk area with more restaurants and pubs), & Sir Francis Drake's ship.

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