Gloucester Crescent

Homestay Accommodation • Double room • Private bathroom
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Our house is close to the Camden Lock Market and a five minute walk from Regents Park.  Charles Dickens’ wife lived opposite and her father and sister lived in our house during the 1860's.
We live in a very quiet and attractive street, a huge contrast to the hubbub of Camden Town. The guest room is on the top floor; there is a double bed and desk. TV and Wi-Fi,  a hairdryer and tea making facilities are in the room. 
University College London Hospital - 15 mins
The Warburg Institute - 15 mins
The Whittington Hospital - 20 mins
Great Ormond Street Hospital - 20 mins
Guy's Hospital - 25 mins
The British Museum - 25 mins
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7 nights

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What's included
Continental breakfast
Wifi available
Private bathroom
Light use of kitchen
Access to iron and washing machine
No air conditioning
Own key provided
Cleaner service
Garden access
Linen replaced every two weeks
I have a cat

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Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Dear Sirs, I would like to say how pleased and happy we were to stay at Mrs. and Mr.Price home. If we come again to London we would love to stay with again, they are the most pleasant and agreeable couple. Their home is lovely and we have enjoyed our visit of London even more, thanks to them. Wishing you and your colleagues a very good New Year, Sincerely, Daniel

-Dr Daniel Harwood