|Cooper Close, Southwark, area south of the River Thames, close to Westminster, the South Bank and Waterloo. One bedroom apartment with balcony sleeps 2/3.
Cooper Close is a small street off the equally small Morley Street near the junction with Waterloo Road. Lambeth North tube station is 5 minutes away while the new Jubilee Line at The Cut is only 3 minutes walk. Waterloo tube/train station is a 10 minute walk or short bus ride; there are many buses on Waterloo Road, bus stop 2 minutes. 15 minute walk or 5 minute bus ride across Westminster Bridge to the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Direct bus to Bloomsbury and the British Library 10 minutes. Theater district also convenient. Small supermarket, shops, banks, pubs, restaurants and a good street market within 5/10 minutes walk; there is an internet cafe across the street. Also in walking distance are the London Eye (Millenium Wheel), the National, Old Vic, Globe and Film Theatres, concert halls, the London Aquarium, many art galleries including the New Tate and many riverside pubs and restaurants.
The flat is in a small modern-style building with pleasant gardens at the rear with shrubs and permanent residents' car parking areas. US second/ UK first floor* with elevator/lift. Double bedroom overlooking the rear gardens. Bathroom with bath with shower attachment over. Kitchen includes breakfast bar, washing machine and microwave. Sitting/dining room has sofa bed. The living/sitting room faces onto Waterloo Road. Balcony overlooks the rear gardens.
Amenities include TV, telephone, washing machine, telephone, elevator/lift. Minimum stay one week, any day arrival, from £580 for 2 guests including utilities, linen, towels and weekly cleaning. The use of the sofabed is an additional £50 per week. There is an internet cafe across the street.
Comment from guest after a long stay at this apartment: "We got to like the area around Cooper Close ... the mixture of yuppie chic and basic neighborhood shops is amazing ... very good transportation ... so close to the heart of the city ... thoughtful owner" (Dr N.)
*Cultural note! In Europe we count ground floor, first floor, etc.; in the US we count first floor, second floor, etc. so the US floor number is always one count higher than the European floor number.
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