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Modern and fresh, this is a bright two bedroom home in a stylish new development. Well furnished with comfortable modern classics and conveniently near to Farringdon and Barbican stations.
The light and bright living room offers comfy sofas, dining table and chairs for six, large screen TV, WiFi and a balcony. Floor to ceiling double glazing allows fabulous west facing views over the City and will give you an energising king of the castle feeling.
Both of the peaceful bedrooms face the rear, central courtyard. The master bedroom has a king size bed and ample storage. The second bedroom offers twin beds and built in wardrobes.
The smart and modern kitchen is open-plan to the living room with all machines including ceramic hob, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. There are three bar stools under the the breakfast bar.
The home is fully furnished and equipped including linen, towels, hairdryer, iron and ironing board and WiFi. Clerkenwell is a popular and thriving area of central London - directly adjacent to The City. It seems to have it all from antique shops and art-galleries to local produce markets such as Exmouth Market. This is an area where you will also find a vast array of London’s very best gastro-pubs, bistro’s and Italian Deli’s. The famous and fabulous Barbican Arts Centre is housed here and it is a feast for lovers of art and culture. It is Europe’s largest art and conference venue and is the home of the London Symphony Orchestra. If street markets are your thing, you are spoiled for choice. If you take yourself over to Hoxton you will find the Columbia Road flower market, Pettycoat Lane, Spitalfields, Brick Lane and Broadway Markets. There are also a few excellent and respected galleries around this way like the Cube and the Geffrye Museum. This is a great area for walking. Stroll through the City, past St Paul’s and cross the river Thames to the Globe Theatre to see if Shakespeare is home. Bloomsbury is not far either, with its leafy calm squares and cultured splendour. The British Museum can be visited for a lovely half hour of light-hearted gazing, or for half a day’s in depth admiration! In no other museum, the world over, will you find such diverse historical marvels… The canals here will provide a pleasant change from the city and it’s cobbled streets. Laze around and watch others do the same, or find a pub for a much needed rest. The variety and diversity of this London neighbourhood is endless. History, culture, the bustle of commerce, not forgetting a pulsating night-life that never slows down.
28 - 89 nights
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Cancellation policy for Clerkenwell Home in the City
50% of the total rate will be charged if cancelled 45 nights or more before the start date. Thereafter the full amount is due.