Studio House set in garden London


Minicasa - Host: Rebecca

  1. 2 ospiti
  2. 1 camera da letto
  3. 1 bagno
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Minicasa: sarà a tua completa disposizione.
Pulizia avanzata
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I have a self-contained studio in my garden ( it’s a converted garage) . It's got its own side access & front door. It's fully furnished with cooking facilities ( e.g. stove, oven , toaster, kettle & microwave. There's a pull out sofa-bed, shower room., TV/DVD, free internet.
Set in garden with a terraced area.
5 minutes walk to the train station & a 10-mins train ride to central London.
Easy access to the M20/M2 for escapes in the countryside, Bluewater or channel tunnel

Lo spazio
I think what is great about this space is the autonomy and privacy. You get to stay in a place 13 mins from buzzy and vibrant central London but your sleeping arrangements are nestled away in a mostly tranquil garden away from the hustle and pollution of downtown central London.

You are self-sufficient and have solitude. but if you want a 'bit of a chat' there is usually someone popping in and out of the garden.

Please note, this is first and foremost a family home . It is possible, you may experience some noise, kids playing in the neighbourhood , dogs barking at squirrels, BBQs in the summer, builders; I cannot guarantee the garden will always be quiet! We have BBQs sometimes and guests over (just normal family stuff). My dogs ( 2 golden retrievers) also can very occasionally get carried play fighting and have recently dug up my lawn .

During the winter, late autumn and early spring, the garden is very quiet place as it is too cold for much socialising.

This is vital to note if you are in London on business and are looking for total tranquillity and or very early nights!

Cosa troverai

Parcheggio gratuito in strada
TV con via cavo standard
Patio o balcone
Forno a microonde

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Dove ti troverai

Londra, Lee, Regno Unito

For many people, Hither-Green and Lee remains something of a well-kept secret, deep in the heart of the borough of Lewisham, but it’s an area rich with history and a good selection of things to do. Add to this the relative ease of transport into central London and the Kent Countryside, and it’s no surprise that residents want to keep this hidden prize to themselves. Bordered by popular Blackheath and Greenwich to the north and Bromley to the south, and with plenty of green spaces.
Please use the internet or guestbook for addresses/locations of any of the following recommendations.
• Zero Degrees IT (Blackheath SE3)
• Luciano's London (Lee SE12)
• Locale Restaurant (Blackheath SE3)
• Strada (Blackheath SE3)
• Costa Coffee (Blackheath SE3)
• Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd (Lee SE12)
• CO-OP (Lee SE12)
• Stanbridge Launderette (Lee SE12)
• Manor Lane Dry Cleaners (Lee SE12)
• The Station Hotel (Lee SE12)
• The Lord Northbrook (Hither-Green SE13)
• Bluewater (Dartford)
• Lewisham Shopping Centre (Lewisham SE13)
• Glades Shopping Centre (Bromley BR3)
• The O2 (North Greenwich SE10)
• Greenwich Theatre
• Up the Creek Comedy Empire (Greenwich SE10)
• Blackheath Halls (Blackheath SE3)
• Borough Market
• Street Feast Model Market (Lewisham SE13)
• Greenwich Market (Greenwich SE10)
• Odeon Cinema (Greenwich SE10)
• Cineworld Cinema (Greenwich SE10)
• Manor House Gardens (Lee SE12)
• Greenwich Park (Greenwich SE10)
• Blackheath (Blackheath SE3)
• Sutcliffe Park Nature Reserve
• The Horniman Museum and Gardens (Forest Hill SE23)
• Royal Observatory Greenwich (Greenwich SE10)
• Cutty Sark (Greenwich SE10)


Time Out London magazine is the definitive guide to absolutely anything going on in London: culture, arts, food, festivals, markets, meet-ups etc. EITHER BUY ONE, IT’S TOTALLY FREE OR COPY AND PASTE THE FOLLOWING LINKS BELOW:

Where to pick up a free copy of Time Out London magazine, the weekly guide to what's on in London

101 things to do in London
Discover the city with our list of the very best things to do and things to see in London, for visitors and locals alike. From lunch-hour wonders to full-blown days out, this is your ultimate checklist of London’s best bits

London events calendar
Your month-by-month guide to the best events and cultural happenings in London over the year:

Bars & Pubs
The best places to drink in London, reviewed anonymously by our experts:

Musicals and theatre in London
Your one stop guide to plays and musicals in the West End and the best of London shows. Theatre reviews, tickets and offers:

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RESTAURANTS (there are zillions so this is just a very select few)
Founded in 1972 Tayyab’s is a family owned and run business in Whitechapel serving the finest in Punjabi cuisine. From exquisitely spiced curries to our world renowned mixed grill and sizzling lamb.
CRATE Brewery & Pizzeria
CRATE is Hackney Wick’s first craft brewery and pizzeria, situated canal-side in a former print factory. Where East Londoners hang out! From Stratford Station, you can either walk via the Olympic Park
Pub and pizza by the canal, near the Olympic park. It’s an interesting walk down here through Millfields park then along the canal. Mix of London and countryside.
The restaurant is named for its iconic owner - the chef Yotam Ottolenghi, who has a recipe column in a national newspaper here and is very much associated with North London.
Modern restaurant amazing brunches, lovely lunches food in the evening is still great but more expensive. Yotam Ottolenghi is one of London's star chefs and for good reason!
Known for his taste-bud exploding mix of spices, herbs and I-don’t-know-what-that-ingredient-is, Yotam Ottolengi has established himself as a foodie guru.
Dishoom Shoreditch
Based on the traditional Irani cafes of Bombay, Dishoom is not only one of the best Indian restaurants in the UK, it is one of the best restaurants in the UK full stop.
Inspired by the Irani cafés of late twentieth-century Bombay, Dishoom balances a mixture of authentic Bombay dishes as well as a few modern creations. Make sure you sample some of Dishoom’s delicious... read more
Buzzy destination for Indian street food in Old Irani cafes. Bombay-style digs with vintage decor & upscale touches. Bus 205 to Shoreditch High Street station 20mins.
Pizza East
Housed on the ground floor of the Tea Building, located on the corner of Shoreditch High Street and Bethnal Green Road in East London, Pizza East Shoreditch is a modern take on the pizzeria.
Oxford Street
The heart of London shopping, bustling Oxford Street has more than 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores: here you can find some of the best shopping in London. Home to the legendary Self... read more
Iconic Oxford Street, get the 6 bus from Kensal Rise and jump off after Edgware Road at Marble Arch. Sneak a peek at the comings and goings outside the Savoy Hotel, continue down Oxford Street.
Like it or not, Oxford Street is the main artery of London shopping. It’s not the place to head for independent shopping, as only massive brands can afford the rents attached to Oxford Street.
Westfield London
Westfield London is a pioneering shopping and leisure destination to shop, to eat, and to meet. Find your department store giants Marks and Spencer, House of Fraser and Debenhams alongside speciality... read more
Westfield London is the best leisure destination to shop, to eat, and to meet. Find over 265 luxury, premium and high street retailers from more than 15 different countries within the architectural... read more
A true shopping, entertainment and food mecca. This award-winning mall has it all, even an ice rink in winter. Anything from high street to haute couture under one roof, amazing cinema. Alongside -... read more
• Liberty
• Harrods
Britain's most famous store and possibly the most famous store in the world, Harrods features on many tourist 'must-see' lists - and with good reason.
Barbican Centre
Europe's largest multi-arts centre is on your doorstep. The sprawling, brutalist centre presents a diverse range of art, music, theatre, dance, film and creative learning events.
Royal Albert Hall
A short bus journey from the flat The Proms 2016 from 15 July to 10 September the event returns in 2016 for its 122nd edition with brand new Proms Director David Pickard.
The O2
O2 arena, A lot of restaurants, I recommend Jimmy’s Buffet: all you can eat, dishes from 6, 7 countries including: Thai, Chinese, Mexican, American, Japanese, Italian, Prices: Lunch Mon - Fri£9.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is free to visit every day of the week. It’s home to the London Stadium, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the London Aquatics Centre, the Copper Box Arena, Lee Valley, Valpak plus more.
Lovely planting and riverside and canal sidewalks. Fantastic park, developed in the grounds/by the venues of the London 2012 Olympics. Two fab playgrounds, water fountains, cafes, sandpits.
The home of the 2012 Olympics. Only 5 stops on the tube. There is a huge Westfield shopping centre, as well as the opportunity to swim in the Olympic pool, take a cycling lesson in the velodrome.
South Bank
Broadway Market
• Sightseeing Everything
• Broadway Market Map
867 local Airbnb hosts recommend
Our favourite place is Broadway Market- a shopping street nestled in the heart of Hackney, East London. One of the coolest streets in East London best on a Saturday (quieter the rest of the week) as the street market starts early in the morning lasting all day it is a magnet for the hippest people I... read more
For east London’s fashionably attired food-lovers, there's no better Saturday destination than Broadway Market. Quaint cafés, pubs and indie music shops line the street.
Old Spitalfields Market
Old Spitalfields Market is one of the finest surviving Victorian Market Halls in London (built 1876). Stalls sell antiques, food and fashion, varying from distinct and quirky creations from up-and... read more
Redevelopment has seen this East End stalwart combine the refurbished 1887 covered market with a modern shopping precinct.
Columbia Road Flower Market
Columbia road flower market must be witnessed. Every Sunday morning the street is transformed into oasis of foliage and flowers.
Electric Cinema
The Electric Cinema is a movie theatre in Notting Hill, London, and is one of the oldest working cinemas in the country. Lovely double sofa, foot rest, side tables and blanket all to yourselves.
Hackney Picture house
Independent(ish) cinema, nice big seats, full bar and more culture than you can shake a stick at. Shows all the new releases and has comedy nights, acoustic performances, film festivals and the like. Opposite Hackney Town Hall. Independent cinema showing mainstream to foreign films, with an all-day cafe bar. Again, check the website.
Kew Gardens
• Step into a verdant wonderland at Kew Gardens, home to the world’s largest living plant collection. With 300 acres (121 ha) worth of immaculate gardens....
Victoria Park
• Victoria Park is one of London’s most important historic parks and its oldest public park, visited by millions of Londoners for nearly 170 years as a place of healthy recreation, sports, play areas.
• Hyde Park
• It’s a nice big park right in the centre of London covering an area between Bayswater, Mayfair and Kensington/Knightsbridge. Perfect if you like picnics outside on summer days. London's Hyde Park is one of the greatest city parks in the world. Covering 142 hectares (350 acres) and with over 4,000 trees, a large lake, a meadow and ornamental flower gardens.
• Hampstead Ponds
• Richmond Park
• Battersea Park
• The Regent's Park
• London Fields Lido
• London Fields – The Lido and Broadway Market London fields and Broadway Market is a top hipster hang out. Nonetheless, there are great restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Great local park for walk, jog, kids play-park & paddling pool, picnic, bbq (in permitted area), dogs allowed off lead, watch cricket, basketball court, tennis courts, table tennis, outdoor yoga
Tower of London & Crown Jewels
visit to the storied castle grounds at the Tower of London. Marvel at the glittering crown jewels...Save this to your lists so you can find it later.
Windsor Castle
Windsor Castle is the Queen’s preferred weekend residence—a splendid location sitting proudly on a lush wooded hill overlooking the River Thames.
Kensington Palace
Explore a beautiful palace brimming with secrets and stories of royalty, both past and present. Having served as the London home of Queen Victoria and Prince...
The View from The Shard
Ascend 72 stories to The View from The Shard, the observation deck at the summit of the tallest building in Europe. Towering above London,
St. Paul's Cathedral
Immerse yourself in a domain of majestic artwork and English Baroque-style designs at St Paul’s Cathedral. Climb up to the Dome, explore the Crypt
Hampton Court Palace
Enjoy a day out at Hampton Court Palace and its magnificent surrounding gardens. Only 30 minutes by train from central London takes you back over 500 years
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
The Globe Theatre is home to the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to England’s most famous poet.
Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria and Albert Museum (often abbreviated as the V&A), London, is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects.
The British Museum
The Museum houses a vast collection of world art and artefacts and is free to all visitors. Admission and opening times Free, open daily 10.00–17.30 The Museum is closed 24, 25 and 26 December.
The British Museum is dedicated to human history, art and culture, and is in the Bloomsbury area of London. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works.
Brick Lane Market
Brick Lane Market is growing faster than your waistline after a Bengal curry. Formerly just a trail of bric-a-brac and a smattering of fruit stalls. The best day to visit Brick Lane market is on Sundays, though the shops and restaurants are open every day. On Sundays, the streets are lined with people hawking their second-hand wares.
Westminster Abbey
• Kings, queens, statesmen and soldiers; poets, priests, heroes and villains - the Abbey is a must-see living pageant of British history. Every year Westminster Abbey welcomes over one million visitors
• Natural History Museum
• The Natural History Museum in London is a museum of natural history that exhibits a vast range of specimens from various segments of natural history. It is one of three major museums on Exhibition.
Tate Modern
• Once collectively known as the Tate Gallery, London's two Tate galleries - Tate Britain and Tate Modern - comprise one of the world's most important art collections. m
• The Tate Gallery
• National Gallery
• National portrait gallery
South Bank
Covent Garden
Brick Lane
Famous for its many Bangladeshi restaurants, the only place to dare anything from a hot and spicy Vindaloo to a creamy Korma. Brick Lane also offers two very popular bagel shops (open 24/7/265), lots of restaurants and bars throughout the week, but go on a Sunday for the best experience. Start from my place and walk to Columbia Flower Market on a Sunday.
London Zoo
Address: London NW1 4RY London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo. It was opened in London on 27 April 1828, and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. Come face-to-face with some of the hairiest, scariest, tallest and smallest animals on the planet with the ultimate back-to-nature experience.
The London Eye Experience
Fly high above the slow-moving waters of the Thames for a bird's-eye vantage point over London's historical landmarks and modern architecture.
Madame Tussauds London
Wax work museum of the rich and famous. Rub shoulders with Her Majesty the Queen and the British Royal Family on the NEW Royal Balcony Experience and select backdrops and props to capture a moment.
London SEA LIFE Aquarium
Delve into an under-the-sea adventure at SEA LIFE London Aquarium for a look at one of Europe’s largest collections of marine life.
Tower Bridge Exhibition
Get a behind-the-scenes look at one of London's most recognisable landmarks at the Tower Bridge Exhibition. Step onto a glass walkway high above the Thames, ...
The London Dungeon
Prepare yourself for shocks, scares and plenty of laughs on this thrilling quest through 1,000 years of London’s murky past. With live shows, interactive acts.
Up at the O2 Climbing Experience
Traipse above the roof of the largest indoor venue in London on a thrilling excursion that allows you to bask in glorious views of the city.

Host: Rebecca

  1. Membro da: aprile 2016
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Hi, I am Rebecca. I have lived in my house for eighteen years . I love the area; so close to central London but also a short train ride to the countryside. I have lived in London all my life so know all the best places (e.g. , : cycle routes, great places to eat, places to swim outside, markets, festivals, pubs, clubs, museums, theatre , tourist hot spots but also lesser known places!) For work, I teach psychology to college students and write a psychology blog. I live with my daughter, my lodger Ros. I have one cat and two and exceedingly friendly golden retrievers boys ). I am definitely a people person. Part of the reason I want to do "Airbnb" is because you get to meet such a diverse and interesting bunch of people.
Hi, I am Rebecca. I have lived in my house for eighteen years . I love the area; so close to central London but also a short train ride to the countryside. I have lived in London a…

Durante il tuo soggiorno

During term time, I am usually about to help and advise with getting about and what to do in London and the Kent countryside or just for shooting the breeze.
I can't guarantee I will be there all the time or indeed at any time whilst guests are staying as I like to travel too!
I can always be reached by phone or email though.
Moreover, I have friends who act as co hosts if I am out of town.
During term time, I am usually about to help and advise with getting about and what to do in London and the Kent countryside or just for shooting the breeze.
I can't guarante…

Rebecca è un Superhost

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  • Tasso di risposta: 100%
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Check-out: 11:00
Non adatto per bambini e neonati
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Animali non ammessi
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