Set on a central yet peaceful street, the freshly refurbished Linhope Street is an ideal choice for a small family looking to explore London from a cosy and well-appointed base. With countless attractions on your doorstep, you will also be within walking distance of the West End, Hyde Park, Oxford Street, and Baker Street.
LIVING & EATING
A beautiful wooden dining table (seats six) endows this London vacation rental with great elegance and even greater charm, whilst the cosy kitchen provides all the requirements. The comfortable sitting room is bright and luminous thanks to large windows. A small but stylish patio leads out of large French windows directly opposite the dining area and is a wonderful spot for early morning coffee al fresco. You’ll also find a utility room, along with a W.C.
BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS
Set over three floors, you will feel utterly at your ease in this splendid home. On the first floor, you will be welcomed by a luxurious master bedroom, complete with a superking-sized bed (6ft wide). A shower and bath, en-suite to the master bedroom, complement this lovely room. On the top floor, you’ll find two beautifully thought-out rooms; one with a king sized bed (5ft wide), and the other with twin singles. There is also a family bathroom on this floor, with W.C, washbasin, and a bath.
ACCESS & SUITABILITY
Access is at street level, and there are three flights of stairs. You will find the living room, open plan kitchen and dining space, utility room/W.C. and patio on the ground floor. A flight of stairs will lead you to the first floor with the master bedroom and ensuite. On the second floor, there are two bedrooms and a family bathroom.
ON YOUR DOORSTEP
Oxford St. bounds Marylebone to the south and Regent’s Park to the North. Since the 17th century, it has been a fashionable and vibrant London community with past residents, including Charles Dickens and Lord Byron and Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes's creation. Today, Marylebone High Street offers boutiques, some of the finest dining in London and superb, well-stocked supermarkets for those who prefer to eat at home. The area also boasts Madame Tussauds, Wigmore Hall, Baker Street and numerous pubs and gastro-pubs if you need a pint or some nourishment. Located in zone one, you couldn’t be better situated to enjoy all of London’s cafes, restaurants, shops, theatres and parks - you’ll be spoilt for choice of what to do with your time. If you have little ones with you, why not treat them to an afternoon in Hamleys, London’s most famous toyshop. Hamleys is just a fifteen-minute walk down the buzzing Regent’s St, and once you’re there, you may as well take a trip around the corner to Selfridge’s to treat yourself! When the weather is on your side, make sure to enjoy the boating lake situated in the famous Regent’s Park, where you can enjoy people watching while bobbing about in your very own rowing boat. Oxford Street - the world-famous shopping district - is a five- minute walk from the door, and the twists and turns of quirky Carnaby Street not much further.
This Ivy townhouse is set right by Sherlock Holmes' famous house at 221b Baker Street. Set over three floors, the Ivy team particularly recommend this London vacation rental to families and large groups looking for 3 bedrooms in the heart of the city.
Bedrooms & Bathrooms
- Reliable wifi
- Luxury linen & towels
- Professionally prepared homes, fully managed stays
- Outdoor space
- Tumble dryer
- Family friendly
- TV with free view
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Moments from Oxford Street, Marylebone is like a red-bricked village. Paul McCartney penned Yesterday here; Arthur Conan Doyle wrote Sherlock Holmes. Walk north along its fashionable high street, past Daunt Books, to the many attractions of Regent’s Park. Come Sunday, a visit to Marylebone Farmers’ Market is best followed by brunch at Chiltern Firehouse.
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- The lead guest must be at least 25 years old.
- Smoking, pets, parties and gatherings are all strictly prohibited.
- £500 card authorisation secured against damages to the home.
- Fans will be provided in the summer months, unless the home has air conditioning (see amenities)