About this listing
A cosy 2 double bedroom family apartment, ideally located in Central London.
2 double bedroom family apartment located in a charming red brick mansion block in Bloomsbury, Central London. Two minutes from King's Cross St Pancras tube, train and Eurostar Terminal. Walking distance from British Library, British Museum, Renoir Cinema, Brunswick shopping Centre, Coram's Fields children's park and beautiful tree lined Georgian streets and squares. So convenient for visiting London. Adult and child bikes available for use. Suitable for a family of 2 adults and 2/3 children.
Bloomsbury is a unique and beautiful neighborhood, with a charming sense of community. Come and enjoy some fun and cosy family time together in Central London.
We are experienced in hosting families from all over the world, so we are used to the level of detail required to make our home sparkling and comfortable for guests. We look forward to accommodating you and will do our best to provide you with all the necessary information to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Guests will have full access to our family home including bedding, towels, internet, our bikes and children's bikes.
Interaction with Guests
Guests are given contact details and can make contact at any time to ask questions etc. We leave instructions for everything for guests in the flat and usually make contact via email or SMS at the start and end of their stay to make sure everything is as they wish.
What we love best about our neighbourhood is it's beauty, history, architecture, trees, culture and most importantly, sense of community. You would never believe that Central London could be so friendly and local.
Transport couldn't be easier from our home with Eurostar, mainline trains, tubes and buses only a few minutes walk away.
Other Things to Note
The location of our home makes it possible to walk to many Central London attractions, such as the British Library, British Museum, Covent Garden, Camden Market, Regent's Park, Trafalgar Square, Southbank, etc.
This is a family home and we welcome families of up to 5 people (2 adults and 2-3 children). If more than 2 adults wish to stay, an extra charge of 25 pounds per night will be charged, up to 4 adults.
We will leave our home clean, tidy and uncluttered for your comfort and enjoyment. please leave it the way you find it. You will have the use of all of our appliances, linen and towels.
On arrangement, we will leave out a laptop computer and wifi hub for your use. Please respect our belongings.
No smoking or pets allowed inside. Shoes off please.
Household cleaning products, condiments and herbs/spices may be used with consideration
Key exchange to be made in person, either with us, or trusted friends if we are already/still away.
ID required - photocopy of passport for adults in party and proof of address (utility bill, driving license)
About the Host, Jemima
We are Jemima, Gilly, Nathan (11 years) and Blaise (4 years). We love living in Bloomsbury in Central London. It's a fantastic neighborhood, full of beautiful trees and exciting things to do. Our favourite things to do as a family are:
1. Cycle or catch the bus to Regent's Park to enjoy the play parks, rose garden, cafes, ice cream, boating, sports pitches and trees
2. Walk or scoot/cycle down to Coram's Fields - a huge local play park for children with plenty to keep us busy - sand pits, swings, climbing frames, zip slides, tunnel slide, wobbly bridge, wobble board, sports pitches with free sports activities, farm animals and a great coffee shop
3. Walk to the Renoir Cinema and watch an indi film
4. Take the bus down to the South Bank, watch the resident squatter skaters and free arts and festival activities, enjoy a spot of lunch somewhere along the river
5. Watch a dance performance at The Place (around the corner), Sadler's Wells (10 mins on the bus), Peacock Theatre (10 mins on bus) or a puppet theatre show in Angel (15 mins on bus)
Jemima is a choreographer, Pilates teacher and Senior British Sign Language Communicator. She likes to go to dance, yoga and Pilates classes, continuing her studies in Sign Language, going to the theatre (to see dance and theatre), cinema (mainly independent films), cooking and eating great food from all over the world, but particularly Asian
Gilly is an osteopath and likes going to the gym, cycling, reading the classics, films (usually action), eating great food