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2 chambres
4 lits
1 adulte
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À propos de ce logement

Two-bedroom flat in Wimbledon (both double bedrooms). Northern line is less than 5 minute walk and District line 7 minutes. Leicester square is 27 minutes by tube,
Quiet neighborhood, cable TV, internet, fully equipped kitchen and more.


Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 5
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 2
Lits : 4
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 12€ / nuit après 2 voyageurs
Frais de ménage : 53€
Caution : 706€
Réduction à la semaine : 15%
Conditions d'annulation : Modérées

Description

Two-bedroom flat in Wimbledon (both double bedrooms). Northern line is less than 5 minute walk and District line 7 minutes. Leicester square is 27 minutes by tube,
Quiet neighborhood, cable TV, internet, fully equipped kitchen and more.

Two-bedroom flat for let in Wimbledon.

The flat is located in a quiet neighbourhood. Each of the two bedrooms has a double bed, there is a fully equipped kitchen, one bathroom and the sitting room includes a double futon for additional guests.

The location of the flat is superb with South Wimbledon tube (Northern line) 5 minutes’ walk away and Wimbledon tube (District line) & mainline train station 7 minutes’ walk away. The bus stop is just 2 minutes away.

Central London by tube (Northern line) takes 25 minutes to reach Waterloo and 27 minutes to reach Leicester Square.

Wimbledon Tennis Stadium (All England Lawn Tennis Club) is easily accessible by District line tube from Wimbledon Station (5 mins to Southfields tube + 10 min walk). Wimbledon Tube station (and the mainline station) is a 7 minute walk from the flat. Additional special bus services operate from the mainline station to the tennis during Wimbledon tennis fortnight too.

The flat is situated a 100 metres from Wimbledon Broadway (High Street) with Wimbledon theatre just a few minutes' walk. Sainsbury, Tescos etc. are within 5 minutes and so are the restaurants, pubs, shops and banks.

The flat has a decent size bathroom with a bathtub and electric shower, a washing machine, big fridge, electric oven and cooker, category 7 storage heaters, microwave, 37 inch TV, DVD player, Virgin broadband (internet) and cable TV.

On-street parking is free on Sundays and Bank Holidays, and after 6:30pm and before 8:30am on weekdays. Between 08:30am and 06:30pm on Monday - Friday only permit holders can park.

Entire flat, two bedrooms, kitchen, living room, bathroom, hallway.

Guests are met at the start of their visit, no further interaction unless required.

Drinking: Wimbledon has an excellent selection of pubs to spend a lazy afternoon in, and bars for a weekend night out too. The best pub in the village is the Rose & Crown but the The Crooked Billet and The Hand in Hand, both a 10 minute walk across the Common, rate highly too. The Fire Stables, Dog and Fox and art deco inspired Terrace are all excellent options in the town.

Eating: From The Light House on Ridgway with its high end menu, to the seasonal menu of The Lawn Bistro on the high street, the culinary standard in Wimbledon is good. There is also a clutch of high end chains, such as Côte, which serves tradition French fare, alongside the excellent Thai Tho and Chinese food at Bayee. Sticks'n'Sushi is a Scandi inspired sushi bar, and well worth a visit.

Culture and heritage: View old maps and photographs of the area at the wonderful Museum of Wimbledon. Southside House is a 17th century house maintained in traditional style and crowded with objects drawn from the family who lived here for generations. There are two theatres, the Edwardian era New Wimbledon Theatre, which mounts a varied programme of plays and music, and the Polka Theatre, a centre of drama for children.

Community and events: There's a book swap in the waiting room on platforms five and six at Wimbledon station, and the area shows off its village credentials to visitors with a country style summer fair in June.

Sport: For several weeks in the summer the tennis takes over, and most residents love to get involved. Few people know that you can actually join the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and play on the courts. Indeed, this part of London is a paradise for sport lovers, and there's a multitude of gyms and fitness centres in Wimbledon, alongside a range of unique sporting facilities. Wimbledon Village Stables are the oldest in England, and offer hacks and lessons. Stock car racing takes place at Wimbledon Stadium, and there's also a running club – Windmilers – that meets every Saturday morning to go off on 5k runs starting and ending at the Windmill.

Tube: Wimbledon Station and Wimbledon Park are both on the District Line and can take you to Earl's Court in about 17 minutes. Wimbledon South is on the Northern Line and will get you to Bank in 26 minutes.

Rail: National rail services run from Wimbledon Station, including a South West Trains service running to Waterloo (18 minutes) and calling at Clapham Junction (seven minutes) and Vauxhall (12 minutes). Wimbledon Chase and Wimbledon are also served by Thameslink trains that reach Farringdon in 38 minutes.

Tram: A tram runs from Wimbledon all the way to Beckenham Junction, stopping at Croydon and Mitcham Junction passing a multitude of other stops along the way.

Wimbledon has the distinction of having two Waitrose stores and two branches of Mark & Spencer Simply Food, as well as a Morrison and Sainsbury's. For those craving a homemade food, there's also a Fresh Asia supermarket here.
The beautiful Wimbledon Free Public Library opened in 1880 and was saved from redevelopment by a valiant local campaign in 2013. Alongside its special collections of South Asian, French, Polish, German, Italian and Spanish books, it runs taster sessions in IT, crafts and fitness.
There's an Odeon Imax on The Broadway serving up blockbusters in 3D, and an HMV Curzon that shows films with an arthouse bend.
Centre Court Shopping Centre is a haven for high street shopping, and is home to lots of fashion and lifestyle brands including a large Debenhams. Elys Department Store specialises in fashion and homeware and has been open in Wimbledon for 125 years. There's a range of independent shops, like local bookshop Wimbledon Books & Music, as well as plenty of opportunities for designer shopping on Church Road, where you'll find stores including Bridget Salmassian for fashion, Caroline Randall for lingerie and The Mint Source for gifts and homewares. When you fancy a picnic on the Common, head to deli Bayley & Sage and browse its excellent range of cheese, bread and carefully sourced produce.

Parking: On-street parking is free on Sundays and Bank Holidays, and after 6:30pm and before 8:30am on weekdays. Between 08:30am and 06:30pm on Monday - Friday only permit holders can park.


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Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée

This is my home, please treat it with care and respect.


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