About this apartment
- 24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there is a lockbox with the keys
- Fully equipped
- Washing machine
- Coffee table
- Dining table and chairs
- Large double bed
- Hotel quality linen
- Hotel quality towels
- Large wardrobe
- Hotel quality towels
You will have the property all to yourself during your stay, but myself or my support will be contactable 24/7. Please get in touch if you have any issues.
You will have the property all to yourself during your stay, but myself or my support will be contactable 24/7. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any issues.
Minutes from Waterloo and the Southbank, Southwark thrives as a riverside location that mixes tourist attractions and dramatic new architecture, and that can lay claim to being one of the city’s most exciting places to live.
Culture: The area is home to some of the best theatres in London. Shakespeare’s Globe, the Young Vic and the Old Vic all have deservedly excellent reputations, and are just at the end of the road. Film buffs’ favourite BFI Southbank is within walking distance on the river, as is the Tate Modern, the National Theatre, the SouthBank Centre and the many restaurants, festivals and pop-ups on the riverside. Leake Street tunnels just off Lower Marsh is a hub for street art, and the Vaults theatre festival.
Eating and drinking: Waterloo is home to many restaurants including Wahaca, Wagamamas and Zizzi. We really like the the Young Vic restaurant 5 minutes away on The Cut, or the tapas place opposite - for takeaway noodles Yamagoya is great. For drinks there are rooftop bars at Bar Elba and cocktails at Tonight Josephine, and great pubs in the backstreets like the Kings Head, one of the oldest pubs in London on Roupell Street.
Tube: Waterloo is in zone 1 on the Jubilee, Northern, Waterloo and City, and Bakerloo line - by tube it is 10 minutes to the city, 20 minutes from Kings Cross, Paddington or Euston. Southwark is also on the Northern line.
Railway: the location benefits from being close to both the mainline station at Waterloo, and in the other direction, Blackfriars is a ten minute walk with connections to Luton.
Bus: It is possible to travel to almost every corner of London by bus from Waterloo.
Cycle: There are Boris bike docking stations on Lower Marsh.
River: Half hourly river boat services run to Canary Wharf and Greenwich from Festival or Bankside pier.