A large furnished double room with plenty of space, with all the bedding and linen provided at a very reasonable rate for the location.
The rooms are in a four room house.
The house has got full wooden flooring, fitted kitchen and a good-sized separate bathroom and 2x wc.
The kitchen has all mod cons.
The house is located approximately 5 minutes walk from Bethnal Green and less than 5 minutes from Stepney Green Underground Station.
Numerous buses at the doorstep day or night that serve Canary Wharf, The City and The West End.
The list goes on and on-
Local Park-3 mins.
Victoria Park-10 mins.
Limehouse Canal-10 mins.
2 Major Supermarket-5-10 mins.
Childhood Museum-5 mins.
Columbia Flower Mkt-10 mins.
Gym and public swimming pool-5 mins.
Brick Lane,Shoreditch-10 mins.
Included in our daily rates are:
-Clean towels and bedlinen.
-The use of a clean, well equipped kitchen.
-Clean bathroom with shampoo and body wash.
-Free high-speed Wi-Fi internet connection.
-Use of the washing machine with soap.
-Each individual room locks.
A microcosm of London's shifting ethnic patterns, the area around Brick Lane in East London was once associated with poor slums and the scene of the crime for the Jack the Ripper murders. Whilst the notorious pub Ten Bells still stands, the area itself is now extremely popular with London’s edgy and artistic crowd, featuring galleries, restaurants, markets and festivals throughout the year.
The Old Truman Brewery at 91 Brick Lane houses a vibrant market where up-and-coming designers set up shop every Sunday selling a unique variety of clothes, handbags and jewellery. There are also vintage clothing stores and chic boutiques dotted around the area.
As a hub of London's Bangladeshi community, Brick Lane has always been famed for its many authentic curry restaurants. It now also has a reputation for its warehouse art exhibitions and trendy clubs and bars. So, before your East London experience is complete, be sure to head to the Vibe Bars beer garden or 93 Feet East (150 Brick Lane) which has become an East End institution well known for its eclectic mix of live music and intimate atmosphere.
A really vibrant area with so much to do when you are not busy out there shopping.
Kaz's place served its purpose as a place to crash after exploring London. There are a couple of things that I think would turn this place from OK to GREAT. We had issues upon arrival as we didn't receive the email with the instructions. But Kaz's quickly helped us out over the phone.
The room we were staying in was large and comfy. A couple of small things are needed in the room. One being a curtain over the glass door to the hallway. You could easily see into the room from the hallway which meant you don't get much privacy.
The place is advertised as having two bathrooms. One is a basically a cupboard with a toilet in it. There is also no light in there.
There were other people staying at the house, which we expected, but they thought we had broken in. I think Kaz needs to let all the guests know that there will be other people staying. We could also hear everything they were doing upstairs... everything.
We still had a fun weekend and staying at Kaz's was not at all unbearable. I just think a few adjustments and care with this property would make it worth the price we paid for it.
We had a very nice stay! The room is clean, good furnitured with everything you need. There was even free coffee and milk in the kitchen, which I think is very nice.
The are is good too: Whitechapel and Brick Lane are close and it is not far to the main attractions.
It is very private and that's why we liked it. I can really recommend the place!
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I stayed at Kaz's place for 3days, it's a very nice place to live, cosy & charming room, comfortable and easy to get to London!
would highly recommend!
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