Perfect retreat for romantics, families or business travellers. Close to centre of London.
On a quiet street of Victorian terraced houses is this one bedroom garden flat. The double bedroom is a calm space to have a wonderful night's sleep and is at the back of the property.
The sitting room at the front is large with two sofas and a 32" flatscreen TV and DVD player. One sofa converts to a UK king size (5') bed.
The kitchen diner overlooks the garden so you can sit in the bay and enjoy sunny lunches. If the weather is good sit in the garden and have breakfast or a glass of wine at the end of the day.
The bathroom has a bath with shower over, basin and toilet.
The nearest tube station is 12 minutes walk to Seven Sisters on the Victoria line zone 3. The best kept secret about this stop is that in rush-hour every other train starts form here so you always get a seat! Tottenham Hale is close by with direct trains to and from Stansted. Turnpike Lane on the Piccadilly Line is a short bus ride away for direct trains to Heathrow.
Self Contained flat
Spacious kitchen with dining table for 4
Large living room seats 4+
Sofa bed converts to 5' bed
Grocery store 2 minutes away
Bus stop 2 minutes away
Underground 10 minutes walk - Victoria Line zone 3
Stansted Express 5 minute bus ride
Here are our terms and conditions:
1. Your Holiday Booking
Subject to availability at time of booking. You must be 18 years of age or over. We regret we cannot accept bookings where all the guests are under the age of 21. Your booking is made as a consumer and you acknowledge that no liability can be accepted for any business loss however suffered or incurred by you. When we confirm the booking these conditions of hire apply. We have the right to refuse any booking made prior to the issue of your written holiday confirmation and if we do this we will inform you in writing and promptly refund any money you have paid. When the holiday confirmation is received the details must be checked carefully and if anything is not correct you should inform us immediately.
2. Paying for Your Holiday
When you book your holiday you should pay the amount due. We will then send you written confirmation showing your holiday details. The balance of your holiday costs, including security deposit, must be received no later than 28 days before the holiday commences. On any holiday booked less than 4 weeks before the start of the holiday, the full payment is required at the time of booking.
3. Cancellations or Changes to Your Holiday by Us
If the property should not be available due to fire, storm or flood or other reason out of our control or for any reason we will refund any monies paid and our liability is limited to the refunding of such monies.
4. Brochure Details
We aim to ensure that the information provided is accurately conveyed in the brochure or advertisements. There may be small differences between the actual property and its description as we are always seeking to improve our services and facilities.
5. Death or Personal Injury or Property
We shall have no liability to you for the death or personal injury to you or any member of your party, unless it results from our act or omission. You must take all the necessary steps to safeguard your personal property and no liability is accepted in respect of damage in, or loss of such property.
6. If You Change or Cancel Your Holiday
If you want us to cancel your holiday arrangements once we have issued your holiday confirmation, an administration charge of £25 will be payable to us once any change has been made. However, it is important to realise that we have to treat any requests for changes holiday dates as the cancellation of one holiday and the booking of another. In such cases cancellation charges may be incurred. We will advise you if this is the case and you must inform us within 48 hours whether you wish to continue with the original holiday arrangements or if you still wish to change your booking. If you advise us that you do not wish to continue with your original booking arrangements, or fail to contact us within the 48 hours, we shall treat your original booking as being cancelled by you.
If you have to cancel your holiday you should inform us as soon as the reason for the cancellation occurs. The day we receive your written notification of cancellation is the date on which your holiday arrangements are cancelled. A cancellation charge will be payable based on the number of days before the holiday and the date we received your cancellation. This means that if you have paid the balance of the holiday cost and then have to cancel, you may receive a refund for part of the holiday cost. However, if you have not paid the total holiday cost you may be required to make a further payment to us. Holiday cost means the total cost of your rental excluding the security deposit.
Number of days before the start of holiday that notification of cancellation is received
More than 60 days
In order to ensure speedy receipt and processing of your cancellation, we recommend that your written notification is sent by recorded delivery. If payment relating to the holiday is not paid by the appropriate date we can treat your holiday as cancelled by you and charge you cancellation charges which can be as high as the total cost of the holiday. We normally send out a reminder to you before we cancel your holiday, although we may charge you £10 for each reminder we send. When you book your holiday you take on the responsibility for paying for the holiday in full.
7. Your Holiday Accomodation
You can arrive at your accommodation after 3pm on the start of your holiday, and you must leave by 10.00am on the last day. If your arrival is delayed you should advise us, so that alternative arrangements can be made. If you fail to arrive by midday on the day after the start date and you do not advise us of your late arrival, we may treat the booking as cancelled by you. You agree to keep the accommodation clean and tidy, and leave the property in a similar condition. You are responsible for the property and ensuring that all members of the party observe all aspects of the Terms and Conditions of Hire. You are responsible to us for the actual costs of any breakages or damage to the property - along with any additional costs that may result - which are caused by you or your party, and this cost will be deducted from your security deposit. If the security deposit is not sufficient to cover any damage caused, you will be responsible for paying any additional monies required immediately on request from us. We are entitled to refuse to hand over to you, or repossess, accommodation if we reasonably believe that any damage is likely to be caused by you or your party or can repossess accommodation if damage has been caused. These circumstances will be treated as a cancellation by you. You cannot allow more people than the brochure states to stay in a property. If you do, we can refuse to hand over the property to you, or can repossess the property. Either circumstance will be treated as a cancellation by you. You must allow us access at any reasonable time during your holiday. Smoking is not allowed in the property. Pets are not allowed at the property.
If you are disappointed by your accommodation you should contact us and we will usually be able to deal with any problems. If you are not satisfied, you should, within 7 days of the end of your holiday, put your comments in writing. We recommend that these are sent by recorded delivery so that we can give them attention as quickly as possible.
The Holiday contract is between you and us and is subject to English Law.
10. Your Rights
Your statutory rights are not affected by anything contained within these Terms and Conditions of Hire.