Tower Bridge area, 1 bedroom modern furnished flat

The Circle, London SE1
The Circle, London SE1The Circle LobbyLoungeBedroomFrench Antique Poster ArtworkBed (Pocket Sprung best quality)Extra long multi purpose tableFully equipped kitchenLounge exit to BalconyEntertainment CenterMarble BathroomEntrance FoyerLe Pont de la Tour RestaurantBorough MarketSurrounding areaMayor's OfficesThe Design MuseumTower BridgeAnchor Tap PubWhitbread HorseWest TowerButlers WharfSt Katherine's DockDicken's Inn

From $227 / night

London, Greater London, England
Tower Bridge area, 1 bedroom modern furnished flat
1 bedrooms
4 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 4
Type: Apartment
Per night: $240
Per week: $1,600
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the London vacation apartment rental
Set on the 3rd floor, with private balcony overlooking the Cobalt bricked inner circle and Bronze Horse sculpture, which Queen Elizabeth Street disects. Tastefully modernly furnished throughout, care has been taken to reflect the cosmopolitan nature of the area and the pop art influences of the architect of the building.

'The Circle', is a Grade 2 listed building designed by distinquished British architect 'Piers Gough' whose work prominently featured in Jasper Conran's re-development of the historic Jacob's Island area known as 'Docklands' in the 80's. The area made famous by writers such as Charles Dickens was the scene for many of his novels including Oliver Twist. The building is set in heart of the "Pool of London" within easy walking distance to many attactions including 'The Tower', Tate Modern, The Globe to name but a few.

The building has a 24hr porter, gym/health club and swimming pool, underground secured parking and common landscaped gardens. Restaurant and bar and a well stocked store in the building grounds which provides for most things, nearby is the historic Borough Market which is one of the best in London.

Transport is also easy with London Bridge, Bermondsey and Tower Hill underground and overground stations all within walking distance. Buses also run directly to the West End via the South Bank making for a quick journey time.

Frank Williams

Area Information
This area of London is the old Docklands. Until the docks were built in East London, this are was the main area for unloading and loading of ships destined for all over the world. As a result there are many warehouses which have now been converted into luxury flats and lofts.

Tower Bridge links the area to the square mile of the City of London. This is the banking center for London, and historically is where the goods coming from ships were bought and sold. Across from the Bridge is the Tower of London, and St Katherine's Dock.

On the South side there are many great museums and restaurants including the Tate Modern, The Design Museum, Pont De la Tour, The Blue Print Cafe, The Chop House.

East you will find the Maritime Museum at Greenwich.

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Apr 30 2017 Jan 15 2018 $240 $240 $1,600 $6,800 -
Deposits: 1 Week Deposit paid ahead
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, PayPal, Personal Check
Other Fees: Parking 15 pounds per day. Cleaning 30 pounds per day.
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