Private Room in London Walthamstow - MOMA11-1

MOMA11-1

Three bedroomed house 20 mins from the City Centre by Tube

: 9 sqm, on the 1st floor without elevator. Rate includes breakfast. Kitchen and bathroom to share. More than 8 stops from the city center. More than 8 stops to the gay area. Next public transport: Soho (Victoria Line). The host speaks English.

non-smoker
non-smoker
Double Bed
Double Bed
Incl. Breakfast
Incl. Breakfast
TV
TV
free WiFi
free WiFi
Kitchen use
Kitchen use
Own parking place
Own parking place
Microwave
Microwave
Wardrobe
Wardrobe
DVD
DVD
Garden Use
Garden Use
Coffee and Tea
Coffee and Tea
Washing Machine
Washing Machine
non-smoker
non-smoker

Accommodation description from the host:
Warm friendly household owned by Malcolm and Tony. The house is a late Victorian three bedroomed semi detached house in leafy Walthamstow, which is on the Victoria Line. The accommodation offered is a double bedroom with a shared bathroom and use of kitchen, living room and garden. Walthamstow is a trendy area of London with a market and cinema complex, nearby restaurants and the William Morris House and Gallery.

House Rules: No Smoking, No Animals
Check-in time until: 23.00
Check-out time until: 11.00


Directions (e. g. from the airport or central train station)
If arriving from Stanstead Airport take the train to Tottenham Hale Station and then take the Victoria Line to Walthamstow Central.

From Heathrow Airport take the Piccadilly line into London and change to the Victoria Line to Walthamstow Central.

From Gatwick Airport take the train to Victoria and change to the Victoria Line to Walthamstow Central.

From Luton Airport take the train to Kings Cross and change to the Victoria Line to Walthamstow Central.

From Eurostar Kings Cross take the Victoria Line to Walthamstow Central.

The House is less than 10 mins walk from Walthamstow Central station.

Parking available for a daily fee.

Malcom

Malcom

Response time < 25,3 hours
40% Reservation Confirmation
50,00
1 Night

10% discount from 7 nights

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