Tredegar Square

Homestay Accommodation • Double room • Shared bathroom
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Introduction from your host

 

Welcome to Mile End

 
I offer a double room in my traditional townhouse home in a beautiful Georgian square just minutes from Mile End tube station.
 
Mile End station operates on three different underground lines and so the transport links into the city are fantastic, and there are plenty of local buses too.
 
The area is quiet, safe and residential with some great restaurants nearby and several local parks.
 
My home is well located with easy transport connections into the city centre.
 
The Royal London Hospital - 10 mins
Queen Mary University - 11 mins
Excel Centre - 21 mins
Great Ormond Street Hospital- 25 mins
University College Hospital - 30 mins
 
Central, District & Hammersmith & City Lines go From Mile End Underground.
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Your accommodation summary
 

7 nights

 
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Total

£455.00

Your price is based on the number of nights.

All bills are included with no additional fees.

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What's included
Wifi available
Light use of kitchen
Access to iron and washing machine
Heating
Own key provided
Garden access
Linen replaced every two weeks
Microwave
Shared bathroom
Breakfast not included

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Customer Reviews

The bookers were really helpful offering precise and useful online data from the informative website. I wanted to be near London Bridge station and they found me excellent accommodation at Canary Wharf. It was very reassuring to be welcomed in an immaculate home by the host, almost as a member of the family. Much more impressive than being an anonymous guest in a hotel.

-Dr E. Vreven