Apartment in Camden Town, Camden and Covent Garden Area, London, England
This modern apartment features a sleek open-plan kitchen, living and dining area with HD TV and free WiFi access. One medium sized double bedroom and two large double bedrooms, one with ensuite shower and toilet with an additional sofa bed in the living area comfortably accommodating up to 8 people. Royal College Street is located at the junction of Lyme Street and Georgiana Street. The apartment has solid wood floors throughout, and comprises of open-plan living space, sitting area (with sofa bed), dining table that seats 6 people and a fully equipped modern kitchen. You will also have access to a selection of local information, tube maps and a 10% discount card that allows you to dine in our award winning pub. A member of staff from the Prince Albert will be on-hand to provide any advice you may require and assist with any questions you may have during your stay. Please feel free to have a look at the Prince Albert our Facebook, Twitter and Instragram pages for more images and reviews. With Camden Market just 5 minutes away and the picturesque Regent's Park and London Zoo just 20 minutes walking distance, you can experience some of the capital's greatest tourist spots on your doorstep! You can also enjoy everything that the King's Cross Quarter has to offer with amazing bars, restaurants and marvel at the architectural landmark that is St Pancras. Camden Town tube station (Zone 2) is a five minute walk away and Camden Road Overground station is just at the top of the street, which takes you directly to the Olympic Park and the heart of the East End.
Top Traveller Review
About the Owner
4.5 based on 2 holidaymaker reviews
The flat is large, spacious and nicely fitted out. Everything you need is there and the pub below sells really good food. They couldn't do enough to make our stay happy. You are over a pub/function room(?) so there is music noise, but we were well aware this may be an issue, and didn't go on too late. The location is excellent. We would stay again.
Excellent value for Money!
The communication with the owner was excellent throughout. The apartment was exactly what we needed as a home from home place to stay in London. Having 3 double bedrooms allowed 3 couples to have a comfortable stay. The apartment is above a pub so there is noise if you plan to have an early night!! One thing I would recommend to the owner is to advise people if there is a private function at the pub during their stay. We had plans to have drinks and a meal in the pub only to find on our arrival that the pub was closed for a private function. We would definitely use again if a group of us were going to London.
Activity and Interests
5 minute walk from both Camden Town (Northern line) Tube Station and Camden Road Overground Station (Zone 2).
Camden’s sprawling collection of markets offers a real smörgåsbord of street culture. Wander past loitering goths and punks to join the throng of tourists, locals and random celebs fighting it out at the vast and varied selection of shops and stalls. Saturdays are not for the faint-hearted – crowds craving lava lamps, skull rings, fashion, interiors, music and vintage swarm about. To avoid the rough and tumble visit on a weekday, though weekends are better for variety and atmosphere. Camden Market proper (on the junction with Buck Street) is the place for cheapo jeans, T-shirts and accessories and the same goes for Canal Market, now happily reopened after being destroyed by a fire in February 2008. Down the road, a multimillion-pound redevelopment project is in the midst of transforming the once boho Stables Market into something a little more sterile. Still, vintage threads can still be found here alongside crafts, antiques and the now-sprawling Proud gallery and bar. Next door at the pleasant, waterside Camden Lock you’ll find everything from corsets and children’s clothes to Japanese tableware and multicultural food stalls.
Regent's Park is one of London's most popular open spaces, covering 410 acres in north-west London. Originally a hunting ground for Henry VIII, it remained a royals-only retreat long after it was formally designed by John Nash in 1811; only in 1845 did it open to the public as a spectacular shared space. Attractions run from the animal odours and noises of London Zoo to the enchanting Open Air Theatre. Various food and music festivals pitch up here over the summer and rowing boat hire, bandstands, beautiful rose gardens (with some 30,000 roses and 400 varieties), tennis courts, ice-cream stands and eateries (including the delightful Garden Café) complete the picture.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
Additional pricing information
|Refundable Damage Deposit||£200|
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Manager's Cancellation Policy
- Available arrival
- Living Room ...
- Washing Machine
- Kitchen ...
- children welcome
- Bathroom 1 - Toilet, Bath (no shower), Shower Enclosure
- Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
- En-suite to Bedroom 1 with shower and wc Large family bathroom with double shower, bath and wc
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
- Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 8 (3 Bedrooms) Notes on bedrooms: Bedroom 1 with double bed, large wardrobe and en-suite bathroom Bedroom 2 with double bed, two double wardrobes Bedroom 3 with double bed, double wardrobe
- Cleaning / Towels / Linen / Maid service: Towels and linen are supplied and the property is cleaned once during your stay. Additional cleaning can be arranged at an extra cost.