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Comfortable and affordable studio in a friendly, clean, safe and modern building. Short walk from Central Luton, the U. of Bedfordshire, transportation and activities/attractions. Perfect for professionals, travellers and students. Free parking near.

Le logement
Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 2
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 1
Lits : 1
Arrivée : 16:00 - 02:00 (jour suivant)
Départ : 11:00
Type de logement : Logement entier


Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Frais de ménage : 18€
Conditions d'annulation : Strictes


Comfortable and affordable studio in a friendly, clean, safe and modern building. Short walk from Central Luton, the U. of Bedfordshire, transportation and activities/attractions. Perfect for professionals, travellers and students. Free parking near.

Located only 25 minutes by train from Central London, this large, inviting and comfortable first floor studio apartment is in a warm, friendly, clean, safe and well-managed modern building located a short stroll from Luton's central business district, the University of Bedfordshire Luton Campus and close to numerous transportation options, recreational activities and cultural attractions.

This premium studio has a fully functioning kitchenette with dining table and chairs for two. Complete with a refrigerator and a combination grill/oven/microwave you can cook a quick snack or create a romantic meal if you don't feel like dining at any of the nearby pubs and restaurants.

The studio has a beautiful en suite shower, a desk and ergonomic chair in case you need to get busy on your laptop, and a wardrobe to tuck your clothes away. The cosy double bed, not too firm and not too soft, comes with high quality bedding that will allow you to get a great night's sleep. The window coverings will keep the room dark in the mornings, but when opened there is a very nice natural lighting.

The building is in a great central location with a wide range of modern facilities including a TV/cinema room, pool table, free high speed Wi-Fi throughout the building, study and meeting area, free cardio and weight equipment, on-site laundry, wheelchair accessibility, a communal garden, 24-hour reception and a secure fob-lock system.

The building and individual apartments are non-smoking and not suitable for parties.

You have full access to the unit and the common areas of the building according to the rules of the building. The building has 24-hour reception and security. Coming and going at any hour is never a concern, whether you are going to the airport in the wee hours or coming in rather late from a night out.

We are available for our guests 24/7 via text messaging and telephone. Please see your confirmation email for these details. Contact us with any questions or concerns before or during your stay.

You will be staying a short stroll from the thriving business, retail, entertainment, education and transportation heart of the area - Central Luton.

About Luton:
Luton is a large town, borough and unitary authority area of Bedfordshire, England. Luton and its near neighbours, Dunstable and Houghton Regis, form the Luton/Dunstable Urban Area with a population of about 258,000. It is located 30 km east of Aylesbury, 20 km west of Stevenage, 50 km north-northwest of London, and 40 km southeast of Milton Keynes.

Luton is home to League Two team Luton Town Football Club, whose history includes several spells in the top flight of the English league as well as a Football League Cup triumph in 1988. They play at Kenilworth Road stadium, which has been their home since 1905.

The Luton Airport, opened in 1938, is one of England's major airports. During the Second World War it doubled as an RAF base.

The University of Bedfordshire is based in the town.

The Luton Carnival, which has traditionally been held on the Whitsun May bank holiday, is the largest one-day carnival in Europe. Since 2014 it has been held on the Sunday instead.

The earliest settlements in the Luton area were at Round Green and Mixes Hill, where Paleolithic encampments (about 250,000 years old) have been found. Settlements re-appeared after the ice had retreated in the Mesolithic period around 8000 BC. Traces of these settlements have been found in the Leagrave area of the modern town. Remains from the Neolithic period ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) BC in this area) are much more common. A particular concentration of Neolithic burials has been found at Galley Hill. The most prominent Neolithic structure is Waulud's Bank – a henge dating from around 3000 BC.

Luton has a temperate marine climate, like much of the British Isles, with generally light precipitation throughout the year. The weather is very changeable from day to day and the warming influence of the Gulf Stream makes the region mild for its latitude.

The town was for many years famous for hat-making, and was also home to a large Vauxhall Motors factory; the head office of Vauxhall Motors is still situated in the town. Today, Luton is moving towards a service based economy mainly in the retail and the airport sectors, although there is still a focus on light industry in the town.

Luton has seen several waves of immigration. In the early part of the 20th century Irish and Scottish people arrived in the town – these were followed by Afro-Caribbean and Asian immigrants. More recently immigrants from other European Union countries have made Luton their home. As a result of this Luton has a diverse ethnic mix.

The main shopping area in Luton is centred on the Mall Luton. Built in the (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)s and opened as an Arndale Centre, construction of the shopping centre led to the demolition of a number of the older buildings in the town centre. George Street, on the south side of the Arndale, was pedestrianised in the 1990s.

The shopping centre had some construction and re-design work done to it over the 2011/12 period and now has a new square used for leisure events, as well as numerous new food restaurants such as Toby's Carvery and Costa Coffee.

Contained within the main shopping centre is the market, which contains butchers, fishmongers, fruit and veg, hairdressers, tattoo parlours, ice cream, flower stall, T-shirt printing and the markets original sewing shop for clothes alterations and repairs as well as eating places.

Another major shopping area is Bury Park where there are shops catering to Luton's ethnic minorities.

Food & Drink:
Luton has a diverse selection of restaurants – English, Italian, Chinese, Indian, Caribbean, Thai and Malaysian to name a few. No area of the town is specifically restaurant-orientated, but in some areas (such as Bury Park) there is a concentration of Asian restaurants.

There are pubs and clubs in the town centre. A number of these cater for the town's student population; however, there are still a number of traditional pubs in the town.

Cultural Attractions:
Luton is also home to The Hat Factory, originally as its name suggests, this arts centre was in fact a real hat factory. The Hat Factory is a combined arts venue in the centre of Luton. It opened in 2003 and since then has been the area's main provider of contemporary theatre, dance and music. The venue provides live music, club nights, theatre, dance, films, children's activities, workshops, classes and gallery exhibitions.

Stockwood Park is a large municipal park near Junction 10 of the M1. Located in the park is Stockwood Discovery Centre a free museum that houses the Mossman Collection and Luton local social history, archaeology and geology. There is an athletics track, an 18-hole golf course, several rugby pitches and areas of open space.

The Mossman Carriage collection is held at Stockwood Park, Luton and is the largest and most significant vehicle collection of its kind in the country, including originals from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

The building is located an easy 5-minute drive from the Luton Airport. Central Luton and all the amenities and activities it offers are a short stroll away. The Luton Bus and Train Stations are a 15-minute walk or 2-minute drive away. The train ride to King's Cross St. Pancras is 25 minutes. From there you can catch the EuroStar or springboard into the rest of Central London.

The building as a whole is wheelchair accessible but the individual units are not fitted with special accessibility features.

Règlement intérieur
Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Peut ne pas convenir aux enfants (0-12 ans)
L'heure d'entrée dans les lieux est 16:00 - 02:00 (jour suivant).

Please relax, be civilised and enjoy your studio. Although the apartment is yours to do what you will, standard apartment-living rules and morals do apply. No excessive noise or smoking (of anything) in the apartment or building. No parties, pets or children.

Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

Hôte : Mark

Londres, Royaume-Uni · Membre depuis juin 2014

Born in Cumbria in England’s Lake District, I am an easy going citizen of the world. I love to travel and have been to many parts of North America, Southeast Asia and Europe. I especially love travelling around the Mediterranean.

After a few years in Vancouver and Toronto, Canada I am really enjoying living in London, England. The mix of historical perspective and modern vibrance is inspiring. I love the multiculturalism of London and all the different food options it brings to this city. I love preparing meals and foodie culture but with a keen eye for wine pairing. I work in the hospitality industry as a sommelier.

I take pleasure in hosting people -- travellers, students, business people, etc. -- from near and far, in my home, which I share with George and Izabela. They are a fabulous couple from continental Europe; friendly, hospitable and able to help out greatly with languages.

I like the arts; from reading novels to going to art galleries and movies, to attending live musical shows of all sorts of genres. My favourite music includes the likes of Billie Holiday, Mozart and Beethoven, The Rolling Stones, The Who, AC/DC, The Killers and a bunch of modern musicians who I am having more and more trouble remembering the names of :)

Did I mention I like wine? I also love staying in hostels and fancy boutique hotels equally for their different experiences. I plan to do a lot more wine-travel in the future.

My motto in life is to “remember to enjoy every day, regardless of what you are doing, as one day you would give anything to have this day back again”. And If I can have a secondary motto it would be “don't sweat the small stuff”.

I would say the main characteristics of staying in our house are safe, clean, friendly and drama free. I look forward to hosting you and yours in my home.

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