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London City – Famous Hoxton SquareTelephone - 01624618959
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| £ 145 per day / Sleeps 5|
|The apartment offers great options for couples or families.
Totally refurbished to high spec, as new and smartly professionally decorated.
Its brand new modern fittings and bright clean look are given splashes of vibrant colour in quirky artworks and accessories for a special London vibe.|
One double bedroom with king size bed and one bathroom en suite.
The flat is totally renovated and all appliances are brand new.
1 double bed room with orthopaedic mattresses.
1 bath room (en-suite, with shower tube).
Fully fitted from dishwasher to micro wave, from pressing iron to hair dryer.
Big sofa with entertainment system (large flat TV with BluRay DVD PS3, IPOD sound system).
Second lounge with bar stools in entrance hall.
Wireless internet and telephone land line.
Desk with office chair.
Secured building with lift and barrier-free access.
All inclusive of bills and council tax, with broadband wireless internet and telephone point.
City Airport: 10 Km
Liverpool Street Station: 1 Km
Old Street Tube Station: 0.8 km
Bus-Stop: Shoreditch Town Hall: 0.5 km
M20: 5 km
Hoxton Square was once the epicentre of the Brit Art movement, the cultural capital of the capital. And, whilst the White Cube gallery might still be there, today's square is one of swanky bars and restaurants offering premium-priced drinks to impossibly trendy partygoers and weekend warriors.
Hoxton forms the south-eastern corner of N1. The area has had a colourful history and in recent times the word has become synonymous with hip loft conversions, new media types, architecture and fashion people. Fine Victorian houses survives in the likes of Charles Square and Shepherdess Walk. New flats have sought to exploit Hoxton's sudden popularity, most of them close to Hoxton Square itself.