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A large queen sized bed in a homey artistic apartment centrally located.

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Kitchen with hand-painted cups and collaged table

Kitchen with hand-painted cups and collaged table

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Pet Owner: Other pet(s)


Extra people: $16 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $16
Cancellation: Strict


House Rules

2 nights minimum stay
Russell Square Room with a View
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About the Host, Joanne

London, England, United Kingdom
Member since March 2011
Response rate: 100% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour
  • Joanne
  • The Fryers Delight

    A good local place to try fish and chips. It is very reasonable and it has been around for a very long time.
    Theobald's Road London Greater London WC1X 8SL
  • The Queens Larder

    This is a small traditional old pub with an interesting history. It is 300 years old. They serve Hoegaarden which is important to me.
    Queen Square London Greater London WC1N 3AR
  • Folk Womens

    Fresh contemporary design in womens wear.
    Lamb's Conduit St London WC1N 3NB
  • Vats Wine Bar

    There is a wonderful atmosphere here. The wine is good. The food is fantastic like a French bistro. Fabulous unusual meals like baked pigeon, quail, roasts.. There is usually a menu of the day.
    Lamb's Conduit St London WC1N 3NB
  • The Book Warehouse Ltd

    A wonderful range of classics, cookbooks, travel books, diaries, self help, novels, childrens books, cards, music cds, and humour all at incredibly discounted prices.
    Southampton Row London WC1B 5AB
  • Cosmo China

    This is a shop specialising in hand-painted china. You can pick up a cup, vase, teapot or whole dinner set here. It can even have your name on it. I work here and you can see my artwork here.
    Cosmo Pl Bloomsbury WC1N 3AP
  • Volte Face

    A quirky trendy design shop with unusual gifts including London maps made of a rubberised cloth and nice stationery.
    Great Ormond St Bloomsbury WC1N 3JB
  • Sicilian Ave

    A beautiful walkway with cafes, patisseries, hair salons, a craft beer pub, and restaurants. A fine place to sit outside or in for breakfast.
    Sicilian Ave London WC1A 2QH
  • Maggie Owen

    Beautiful high end contemporary costume jewellery and fine scarves by a range of designers. This is a special shop.
    Rugby St Bloomsbury WC1N 3QT
  • The People's Supermarket

    High quality food supermarket run by volunteers in the community. Everything is fresh. Different chefs come in to bake pies, create soups, and wow you with their skills. Top veg, meat and basics.
    Lamb's Conduit Street Greater London WC1N
  • Bea's of Bloomsbury Cakes

    Afternoon tea, scones, cupcakes of every variety, sandwiches, all indulgent baked items are found here. It is small, but cosy.
    Theobalds Road London WC1X 8NW
  • Ciao Bella

    Fabulous family run pizzeria with a great atmosphere and good pizzas, pastas, and mains. You are welcomed with great big chunks of parmesan, bowls of olives, and grissini. Dine inside or out.
    Lamb's Conduit Street City of London Greater London WC1N
  • Itsu

    A fast growing chain of reasonably priced bento boxes, miso and sushi. Good quality fast food Japanese.
    High Holborn WC1V 7DN
  • Waitrose

    This is the little Waitrose five minutes from my home. There is a bigger one in the Brunswick Centre. It has pate, bread, milk, juice, fish, meat, ready meals, tea...all you will need.
    High Holborn London WC1V 7EX
  • Princess Louise

    You must go in here to see the etched mirrors which were made by William Morris. They are original and insured for £1(phone number hidden)each. Not many people know that or even notice. Lovely interior.
    High Holborn London Greater London WC1V 7EP
  • Kimchee

    Delicious busy trendy and chic Korean restaurant. Nice dim lighting. Cool cocktail bar in the basement.
    High Holborn London WC1V 6EA
  • Charles Dickens Museum

    It is Dickens old home where he began writing Oliver Twist based on the orphanage nearby that is now known as Coram Fields.
    Doughty Street Camden Town London WC1N
  • Hotel Russell London

    A grand historical building where Virginia Woolf once stayed. Take afternoon tea in the lounge with heavy traditional leather chairs, chandeliers and a woody décor.
    Russell Square WC1B 5BE
  • Andrew's Restaurant

    This is a great place to try the traditional Full English Breakfast. Choose your combination: sausage, baked beans, fried tomato, mushrooms, eggs, toast, tea, coffee. You will not have to eat again.
    Grays Inn Road London Gre WC1X 8
  • The British Museum

    Just a short five to ten minute walk from the (email hidden)is is a must see. You could spend days in there, but give it at least one hour of your time. And it is free to enter.
    Great Russell Street London WC1B 3DG
  • Russell Square Post Office

    Get your postcard stamps here. If the line is too long, go to the small convenience store on Marchmont street. It doubles as a post office too.
    Russell Square WC1B 5EQ
  • Fields Bar & Kitchen

    A nice airy place to have a coffee, tea, cakes, or pizza baked in a wood fired oven. Two terraces for outdoor dining--one overlooking the tennis courts. Pleasant place. You can hear your conversation.
    Lincoln's Inn Fields London England WC2A 3LJ
  • Magma Book Shop

    A wonderful rare art bookshop stocked full of unique small publisher art books, games, calendars, quirky humorous cards, t-shirts etc. A great place to pick up a unique gift or browse.
    Clerkenwell Road London Greater London EC1R 5BY
  • Brunei Gallery SOAS

    There is always something interesting on display here. There is also a Buddhist rock garden meditation space on the roof. SOAS has a free summer concert series worth checking out. See online.
    Thornhaugh St Russell Square WC1H 0XG
  • The Vegetarian's Paradise

    I love this humble Indian buffet which has been around for more than twenty years. You can eat buffet for lunch and dinner for only five pounds. mango lassi, dhal, papadams, sag aloo.... I love it.
    Marchmont Street City of London Greater London WC1N
  • The King of Falafel

    Full English Breakfast £5. Wonderful home made hummus and salads. Moroccan mint tea, smoothies, fresh juices. Clean, healthy, convenient, and reasonable for lunch or breakfast.
    Hunter St England WC1N 1BN
  • The School Of Life

    This bookstore-school is making philosophy cool by giving it a modern slant and serving it up in bite sized pieces of short talks and workshops. Its very popular so book in advance.
    Marchmont St London WC1N 1AB
  • Leather Ln

    Leather Lane is a thriving market from Tuesday to Friday. Mexican, Korean, Italian, Moroccan, Thai food stalls. Clothing at reduced prices and cheese man down the end. Lots of shops and cafes.
    Leather Ln
  • Store St

    Store Street has quite a few cool cafes, delis, and more cafes. Coffee? Have it twice. Its all about overpriced coffee. Worth a look if you are passing. Cool fifties diner there too.
    Store St London
  • St Giles in the Fields Church

    Methodist founders John and Charles Wesley preached here for sixty years from 1741. There is an amazing organ. This church plays host to contemporary musicians like Sun Kil Moon. Events calendar check
    St Giles High St London WC2H 8LG
  • Woojung

    Authentic Korean with a capital A. The mandu kuk (dumpling soup) serves six people. Ample portions very (website hidden) bim bap, seafood pancakes, kimchi , bulgogi..etc
    St Giles High St London WC2H 8LH
  • Royal Opera House

    Take the escalator to the top floor and look down over Covent Garden Plaza while having tea and sandwiches. Or take in the ballet or opera. An experimental theatre there used during the mime festival.
    Henrietta Street City of London WC2E
  • The Place

    A wonderful contemporary dance school and performance venue. Check their site for the newest and most experimental dance and cabaret. Tickets usually between £5 and £15. Well worth it.
    Duke's Road London WC1H 9PY
  • Eurostar Train Station - St Pancras

    This is within walking distance. You can walk up Judd street--the back streets passing Marchmont street to get here. Or take the 91 bus a few stops.
    Pancras Road London NW1 2QP
  • Chop Chop Noodle Bar

    Right across from Kings Cross station, this Chinese noodle bar offers generous portions of soups, laksa, chow mien. I used to eat here all the time. Still a cheap and cheerful place. Very clean too.
    Euston Rd NW1 2SA
  • Prince Charles Cinema

    Odd art and foreign films at really cheap prices. Check their website for whats on. Cult classics, old films, Cannes winners, quirky small producer films. My favourite film venue.
    Leicester Street London WC2H 7BY
  • Leicester Square

    There is a half price ticket booth in the square which offers short notice discounts on West End shows and musicals. Mousetrap is a good one and the longest running show. Warhorse and Book of Mormon.
    Leicester Square

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