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September 25-October 6th Covent Gardens 1 bedroom (London)

The flat is on the third floor in the heart of Central London's Covent Gardens, extremely rare! Available for September 25 until October 6th, Protected content .

It's fully furnished with oven, fridge, stove and all utensils that you could possibly need to cook any wonderful meals.

There is a new king size bed in the bedroom and a fold-out sofa in the living room that sleeps an additional 2 people.

Bathroom includes a shower, toilet, sink and towel heater. Fresh towels and linens are provided.

Amenities include:
- clean towels and bed linen
- dining table
- large flat screen TV with cable channels
- clean and contemporary bathroom
- intercom
- cleaning before and after your stay
- iron and ironing board

There is a park close by and the river Thames is not too far away.

It's in a beautiful and quiet street with designer shops. Endless amounts of trendy bars, English pubs and restaurants are nearby. There is something that will cater for everyone's needs.

Covent Garden is a popular spot for street performers - particularly outside the market area and the exit from the tube and an area for a great night out in the city center. Tourists and locals alike enjoy the buzz of the area any night of the week. For those looking for a more sophisticated option; there are an abundance of wine bars. If you are in search of bars where you can enjoy cocktails and dance all night long, there are a wide range of them to choose from in Covent Garden.

It offers something for everybody - a large supermarket is Protected content away and the buzzing atmosphere. Shoppers will have every kind of shop that their heart desires, food lovers will go wild for the restaurant selection, and if you enjoy nightlife you will be spoiled for choice. Whatever your reason for heading to Covent Garden, during a trip to the city be sure to set aside some time to get to know this area.

You are located in the tourist central area near London Transport Museum,Somerset House, St Paul's, Benjamin Franklin House , Waterloo Bridge and the Covent Garden Royal Opera House.

Nearest tube station is Covent Garden with Leicester Square, Charing Cross and Piccadilly all within 7 minutes away walking distance.

Everything is walking distance: Underground, buses, Soho, Regent Street, Oxford Circus, Long Acre shopping street, Oxford Street, Leicester Square, Chinatown, Trafalgar Square, Carnaby Street, National Gallery, British Museum, all West End theaters and musicals, a multitude of restaurants, cafés, pubs, bars, fast food, supermarkets, shops, street markets, hair salons, spas, gyms...

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