À propos de ce logement
Light, comfortable double room in large 5 bed family home with garden. Near to vibrant centre of Stoke Newington with its independent shops, bars & restaurants, with Dalston, Shoreditch and Angel Islington nearby. The house is on a quiet street near to Clissold and Springfield parks & with the river a few minutes walk away. Good buses & trains to W End & City. . Free street parking.
Lovely room on first floor of large comfortable 5 bed family house.
Big, well equipped kitchen/dining room leading onto garden. There is a toilet right next to the room and bathroom on the floor above with shower and bath.
If you are interested in more than one bedroom, there may be another available, depending on the dates.
Accès des voyageurs
Access to kitchen/dining room, bathroom and downstairs toilet. Access to garden. Free parking on street.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will be around for some of the time and lodgers may be around a bit too, but we all get on with our own thing:) The kids aren't usually here (or at least not all of the time) if guests are coming, but they're pretty cool if they are here!
No smoking in the house please.
Sorry, no pets.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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Hi there, I've lived in Stoke Newington - in this house - for 15 years. My kids and I love it. Our home is comfortable and has a lovely vibe, but minimalist it's not:)
I work with separating families; used to be a divorce lawyer, now a mediator and trainer and part time student. When I'm not doing all that or doing stuff with the kids I bake weird and wonderful birthday cakes for a charity that provides free cakes for local children who might otherwise miss out. I like to hear live music in pubs round London, member of the Tate and enjoy a dose of great theatre every now and again, as well as a glass of good wine and dinner!
I like this thought about life: 'to be uncertain is to be uncomfortable, but to be certain is ridiculous'.