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Access Farringdon

The Access Farringdon London apartments are situated in the heart of the city’s diamond district, where you will find a vast array of bars and restaurants, serving cuisine from all over the world, coupled with some of the best jewellery and fashion shopping in town. Conveniently located near Farringdon and Chancery Lane tube stations, Stansted Airport is rarely any closer. During your minimum stay of 3 nights at Access Farringdon, you will really experience the freedom of London. Once you step out your front door you will be discovering something new every time. All apartments are well-equipped with a new modern kitchen and bathroom. They are complete with washing machines, cooking facilities and a full living and dining area. Linen is provided, as well as a Key-Fob Entry System and an emergency 24-hour contact number for added security. These new, fully furnished 1 and 2 bedroom apartments sleep up to 4 people and are situated close to the fashionable areas around Farringdon and Chancery Lane, with the famous Hatton Gardens diamond district right around the corner. This exclusive part of town provides you with an excellent base for Central London living. Complete with everything you would expect at home and weekly servicing as standard, Access Farringdon London apartments are perfect for families or groups travelling together in style.

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Gresham College

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Charles Dickens Museum

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Sir John Soane's Museum, London

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Fleet Street

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Chancery Lane Residence

Conveniently located in London, in the charming Holborn district, the Chancery Lane Residence offers comfortable accommodations in one of the Europe's busiest cities. Thanks to the excellent nearby transport links, this convenient London Residence allows you easy access to the West End and the city centre, with its numerous sights and attractions, and to the main business and shopping areas. Only a few steps on foot from the Chancery Lane tube station, the modern Chancery Lane Residence is perfectly located for a nice city break close to everything in London. The best value for money Chancery Lane Residence provides clean and comfortable fully equipped apartments and is an ideal choice if you are looking for a quiet and tranquil place to stay with your family or friends during your stay in London.

Chancery Lane Apartments

Chancery Lane Apartments London are a range of 1-2 bedroom apartments, in central London, located in the Holborn district, within easy reach of the West End, London’s theatres the City, and the alternative Camden market. You will find excellent public transport links at your doorstep, with the Chancery Lane tube station (Central line) 5 minutes away on foot. Enjoy an authentic London residential experience. Chancery Lane Apartments in London offer well-appointed rooms with all the comforts and cutting-edge design, in an ideal location for business or leisure travellers. Each apartment offered by Chancery Lane Apartments features a fully equipped kitchen with all kitchen utensils; crockery, cutlery, a dishwasher, oven, cooker, electric kettle, microwave, plates, pans, a fridge / freezer, washing machine with dryer, a coffee maker, and cupboards.

Holiday Inn London Kings Cross Bloomsbury

Conveniently located in the heart of London, between the City and the West End, the Holiday Inn Kings Cross - Bloomsbury is a stylish hotel, ideal for business and leisure travellers alike. The property is with easy access to Kings Cross & St Pancras International railway stations, Covent Garden and Oxford Street. Major attractions such as the British Museum, St Paul's Cathedral and Sadlers Wells theatre are all in close proximity. The hotel offers finely decorated bedrooms, two superb restaurants, a welcoming bar, 7 meeting rooms, a fitness centre, an indoor swimming pool and above all quiet and attentive service. At the Holiday Inn London Kings Cross Bloomsbury you may relax at the bar or treat yourself in one of the hotel restaurants. Charings Bar is an ideal place to relax and unwind with a speciality cocktail or just your favourite drink. Rasa, the Indian restaurant, serves authentic Kerala dishes, all are freshly prepared with the finest ingredients using traditional recipes. Carriages Brasserie is open throughout the day providing a range of refreshments from teas and coffees to full meals from a continental style menu.

Blueprint Living Apartments - Turnmill Street

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Atelier EC1 by Bridgestreet

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Top restaurants in London

Strada - Exmouth Market

Located in the trendy Clerkenwell area, Strada Exmouth Market has plenty of outdoor seating and attracts a large media crowd from the surrounding offices, alongside local residents. The restaurant sits on the corner of Exmouth Market and has 85 seats inside and 24 outside.

Strada Exmouth Market is a part of the well-known group of contemporary Italian restaurants located on the high street serving good quality, simple, freshly prepared dishes using the finest seasonal produce available. The menus offer hand stretched pizzas, fresh pastas and risotto, as well as grilled meat and fish dishes.

The Coach and Horses

The Coach and Horses in London's Clerkenwell is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed gastro-pub serving Modern European cuisine. What was once an old-fashioned pub has been transformed into a stylish dining experience; wooden floors, large windows and wall-lighting create an atmosphere that retains the building's Victorian charm, whilst being informal. Sourcing the ingredients locally and seasonally, the menu is comforting, yet inventive. Typically, you might find dishes such as organic salmon with potatoes, broad beans and watercress, free-range duck leg with cherry and dandelion salad anchovies with Manchego, toast and aioli. Three courses cost an average of £26 per person.

The Easton

Tucked away on the back streets of arty Clerkenwell and a stone's throw from the bustle of Exmouth Market, The Easton serves a menu of failsafe gastro pub favourites. Classic style in the dining room features chunky weathered wood and mismatched furnishings, and picnic tables are available for pavement dining during summer.


A 'Best Restaurant of the Year' winner at the Observer Food Monthly Awards, Moro restaurant on the trendy Exmouth Market in London offers a wonderful combination of the best in Moorish cuisine.

With dishes spanning from the southern Mediterranean through to Northern Africa, bold and simple ingredients are combined into eclectic dishes.

The Union Tavern

A wonderful example of Victorian architecture, The Union Tavern is a Victorian pub dating back over 200 years. Showcasing British food, the bar and restaurant's impressive ceilings and windows echo a bygone era.

From platters and grill dishes to weekend brunches and traditional Sunday roasts, The Union Tavern is a warm and welcoming spot just off Kings Cross Road - a short walk from Kings Cross and Farringdon stations. Tuck into chargrilled steaks with French fries, sample the Roasted Sausages locally sourced from Biggles of Marylebone, or try the Homemade Union Beef Burger with hand cut chips. Naturally, The Union Tavern also offers a wide range of draught and bottled beers, ales and cider to accompany your meal, in addition to an extensive wine list.

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