À propos de ce logement
Comfortable single room in lovely Victorian maisonette. Peaceful location in a quiet cul-de-sac just minutes from overground train station (central London in 20 minutes).
Cafes, restaurants and shops 5 minutes walk away.
My lovely flat is in a small peaceful cul de sac and is only a few minutes walk from Gipsy Hill overground train station.
Trains run every 15 minutes during peak times to London Victoria and London Bridge stations where you can connect to the underground.
If you wish to come home late at night the trains run until 12.30 am at the weekend. Night buses from the West End run through the night to the bottom of Gipsy HiIl (Route N3).
An extensive range of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs are just 5 minutes walk up the hill to the village like centre of Crystal Palace.
My flat is characterful, cosy and clean and is a quiet haven for those who require a bit of peace after a day at work or a trek around the sights of London.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have full use of the kitchen (washing machine included) and use of the dining room and lounge.
There is also reliable and free Wi-Fi.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I enjoy having company at home and if I am around I am happy to chat, share a meal etc. If guests prefer their own space and privacy I am equally happy to respect and understand that.
Help yourself to tea and coffee.
For breakfast you will find bread in the freezer for making toast. There is always butter and jam around.Please just help yourself and look in the cupboards for whatever you need!
No other guests than yourself unless agreed beforehand.
Smoking only allowed outside.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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I'm a classical musician and spend half the year touring around the UK playing my viola with opera companies and a few other orchestras. I've many interests related to the world around me and love to travel, meeting people from different cultures to hear about different customs, food and life in general.
My wanderlust started soon after I took a job in Trinidad and Tobago in 2009. When I returned home three years later, I completed TEFL training and I now take long breaks from work to teach English voluntarily around the world.
I live a very relaxed life at home and enjoy introducing guests to the local area, sharing my knowledge of the best local cafes, restaurants and pubs. I like to hear about other peoples lives and my experience as an airbnb host has been great as I've have had the chance to meet a lot of truly lovely people and hear their stories.
My home is ideal for people who enjoy a bit of peace and quiet after a day at work or trekking around the sights of London.