This cosy one bedroom Stayo home is right in the heart of vibrant Covent Garden, with all you need to enjoy your city break and relax in style.
Located on the third floor, the apartment offers a bright and fresh living area with a kitchen, dining table and brand new arm chairs. There is one double bedroom with a shower room. Well finished throughout, this is a cosy retreat for an individual or couple in an excellent part of London. The apartment retains its single glazed sash windows as part of this period property’s listed status. Feeling peckish? Just nip to the restaurant downstairs, you can’t get a more convenient location!
Stayo Hanover Place apartments are in a prime location, very close to the Royal Opera House, offering a cosy escape right in the heart of the action. The historical building of Hanover Place is in the oldest part of Covent Garden – a great spot to kick back and relax in style after you explore the surrounding vibrant streets.
The area is bursting with history. It was home to famous writers and artists such as Jane Austen and Charles Dickens. Around the corner on Long Acre road, it became known for coach-makers and care dealers, and was also where the first British television broadcast was made. You can also visit the imposing Art Deco Freemans’ Hall, which is is the headquarters of the United Grand Lodge of England.
Snuggle into one of our most popular homes as the underfloor heating, wooden floors and high finish make your stay extra special this season.
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One of Britain’s greatest music venues; The 100 Club, is right off Oxford Street. The iconic club has been open since 1942, playing host to many legends of music along the way. The stage has been graced by the likes of BB King, The Who, Sex Pistols, The Clash and Oasis making it an institution for bands today.
We love this picturesque Elizabethan house set in tranquil gardens in the heart of Barking. The history of the house spans over 450 years and today it houses a number of art, educational and community activities.
Take a trip to Wells Street for a fantastically immersive look into the history of cartoon and comic art. It might be one of London’s smaller museums, but if you are a fan of art, history or graphic design is it not to be missed.