-24/7 guest support
- Professionally cleaned
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels
- 24/7 check-in as there is a lockbox with the keys
- the apartment has a portable fan and a Nespresso coffee machine (CitiZ) and milk frother.
- Fully equipped
- Dining Table
Master Bedroom with ensuite:
- Double bed with double size duvet
- Walk in wardrobe (all for guest use)
- Flat screen SMART TV
- Comfy sofas
- Feature fireplace (not in use)
My support team or I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
Noted for its fashionable vibe, Islington has a sophisticated range of shops, restaurants and bars, and a lively café culture. It is a hub of artistic and sporting activity: the Almeida, King’s Head and Sadler’s Wells Theatres, and the new Kings Place, provide a stunning variety of drama, dance and music, while at Highbury the futuristic Emirates Stadium is the home of Premier League Arsenal FC.
Highbury Fields is the most notable of a series of parks, greens and garden squares that makes Islington one of central London’s leafiest areas. Paradise Park, Arundel square are really nice, for morning jogging or walking.
Very close to Freightliner city farm, kids love the sheep, cows, rabbits, chickens...
Close to Upper street famous for its shops, pubs and restaurants. Upper Street is the place to be seen with restaurants, bars and quirky homewares stores attracting the fashionistas.
Islington residents are as likely to be found searching for antiques in Camden Passage as they are tucking into some tasty international food from Exmouth Market, or sipping cocktails in a not so secret bar. Although it is only 10 minutes from the centre of the Capital and is now home to a good smattering of chains, Islington has managed to maintain its neighbourhood character, as well as the individuality of many of its shops, bars and restaurants. Its well established theatres and arts venues have gone from strength to strength, and continue to showcase the best of British drama, dance, and art.
Tube: Angel Tube station is on the Bank branch of the Northern Line. Its Zone 1 location means it’s only five minutes to Bank and seven to London Bridge. Highbury & Islington station is in Zone 2 and a journey to Oxford Circus takes seven minutes on the Victoria Line, while the Overground connects to Clapham Junction, New Cross, Canada Water, Shoreditch and Stratford.
Trains: A commuter train run by Thameslink Great Northern links to Old Street and Moorgate on weekdays.
Buses: Islington is well served by buses, with 19 routes connecting through Angel. These include the 4 (to Waterloo), 214 (to Highgate Village), and 38 (to Victoria). There are also several night buses.
Cycle: Cyclists love living in Islington as it is relatively flat and offers straightforward routes to the City and the West End. Angel has several Boris Bike docking stations.