It would make a great place for a base for the annual Wimbledon tennis tournament its 20 min walk to the AELTC courts, just off Wimbledon Common and 10 mins stroll to Wimbledon Village and all its amenities. Also perfect for a city break exploring all that London and its surrounding areas have to offer.
Wimbledon is most famously known for its annual tennis tournament it does however have quite a bit more on offer. Wimbledon comprises many areas, Wimbledon Common, Ridgway and Wimbledon Village. Wimbledon Village has a lovely community atmosphere with fantastic shops and boutiques, traditional pubs, wine bars, restaurants and organic food stores. Wimbledon has lots of of green space with Wimbledon Common providing, horse riding, golf, cricket, rugby and a running club, cycling routes and walking routes (bikes can be hired from Wimbledon Village) and of course it is home to its most famous residents the Wombles! Wimbledon park provides water sports, tennis courts, children's playground, and playing fields. Central London is easily accessed from Wimbledon Station (20min) walk or bus 5 mins) with district line tube and overground train services direct to Waterloo (15mins) or Earls Court (20mins), another great way to travel to central London would be to travel to Putney Bridge by bus (20mins) and take a river taxi going East to the Houses of Parliament &Tower Bridge or West to Hampton Court Palace.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Minimum Stay:||6 nights|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
Very well appointed flat with nice furniture/fittings/fully equipped kitchen (minus microwave) etc.
Only downsides were proximity to High Street means some noise and light; and flat decorated in slightly old fashioned manner but immaculate otherwise
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