Welcome to your home away from home - this amazing 3 bed 3 bath apartment is the perfect base for your trip. Whether you are here for business or with family, this space works for all.
One of things I love about this flat is its location - just 5 mins walk to Great Portland Street station but also 10 mins walk to Oxford Circus. You get the best of both worlds here - a quiet street but not far from all the buzz of the epicentre of London.
The flat is located inside a graceful mansion block. There is an elevator in the building and the flat is located on the 4th floor. You enter the home through a spacious passageway. There are three bedrooms in the apartment - two of them have double or UK king beds and one of the bedrooms has two single beds that can be pushed together if need be.
The bedroom with the single beds has an ensuite shower room as does the master bedroom. The third bathroom is quite small and has a shower stall. It is located outside double bedroom number 2.
The living room is spacious and has a TV with free view channels. There is good wifi in the apartment. The kitchen is high tech with two ovens, toaster, kettle and a funky extractor fan that emerges from the countertop. There is also a dining table in the kitchen area. As you can see in the pictures, the kitchen is open plan.
In the apartment, you will find clean luxury sheets with 300 thread count. Fluffy towels, shampoo and shower gel are provided.
There is a washing machine with inbuilt dryer, iron and ironing board to keep you looking sharp.
A baby cot and high chair can be provided upon request.
The entire apartment is available for booking.
Interaction with Guests
I will organise an in-person check in.
Marylebone stands for classic style, chic and trendiness. Cute French restaurants and shops line the High Street broken up by English design stores and farm shops. There are many nice coffee shops around to start your day with - try Kaffeine for Aussia style true barista coffee. Then maybe walk down to Riding House Cafe for a brunch.
If you want to shop till you drop, head to Oxford Circus for its numerous shops from the Topshop flagship to the only J.Crew in Europe. Walk on to Selfridges, Liberty or Fortnum and Mason for a spot of historic department store shopping.
When you are tired, come back to Marylebone and head to Regent's Park. You can feed the ducks in the ponds and watch people go by.
For those looking for hardcore touristic things, you can walk to Madame Tussauds and Sherlock Holmes Museum.
The closest tube station is Great Portland Street only 4 mins walk away. It is on the Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City and Circle lines.