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Comfortable Hammersmith apartment with kitchen
Beautiful apartment. Very clean Handy spot
Oct 21, 2019
1 Double Bed
1 Double Sofa Bed
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- Fully equipped with granite worktops
- Refrigerator with ice box
- Washing machine
- Sofa Bed
- Coffee table
- Marble dining table and chairs
- Large double bed
- Hotel quality linen
- Hotel quality towels
- Large wardrobe
- Hotel quality towels
You will have the property all to yourself during your stay, but myself or my support will be contactable 24/7. Please get in touch if you have any issues.
At the restless heart of Hammersmith where you’re surrounded by busy shopping centres, transport hubs and office developments, it’s surprising to remember that within a few minutes’ stroll you’ll find attractive riverside walks, tranquil parks and village like enclaves to explore. And for many, the appeal of the area lies in this heady contrast of the convenient and the cultivated.
The Grove is an award winning gastropub . Among a scattering of riverside watering holes, The Dove is the most atmospheric with a history going back to the 17th century. Low beamed and with reputedly the tiniest bar in Britain, it is a popular spot from which to view the annual Boat Race as it heads towards Mortlake. Also by the Thames is the world class River Cafe, which launched the career of Jamie Oliver. Nearby Brackenbury Village has a thriving social scene and lots of lovely places to eat and drink.
With its central location, playing fields and picturesque lake, Ravenscourt Park provides a tranquil oasis amidst the activity of busy Hammersmith. Just a short walk from the station, it’s a popular spot for an after school walk or weekend picnic. Just across the river in Barnes, the London Wetland Centre is home to several important species of wildlife and is beloved by West London locals.
Tube: Hammersmith is very well connected by Tube, with four different lines connecting through Hammersmith station. The District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines all serve Hammersmith, meaning locals have easy access to all corners of London.
Bus: Hammersmith station is a busy nexus for London buses and from here routes serve locations all across London. There are also several night buses and many others that run 24 hour services, including the 10 (to King’s Cross), 33 (to Fulwell) and 295 (to Clapham Junction).
Road: Hammersmith is located on the A4, which leads to the M4 in less than 15 minutes. From here, travel to the West of England is easy.
Cycle: It’s half an hour’s bike ride from Hammersmith to Piccadilly Circus, along mostly flat ground. Local group hfcyclists are a branch of the London Cycling Campaign whose active members support and campaign for cycling in Hammersmith.
Getting away: Heathrow Airport is half an hour’s drive away, with the journey by Tube taking a similar length of time.
If you’re looking for an easy commute, there are few areas in West London better located than Hammersmith. The tube station covers an impressive four lines over two connected stations
This property accepts Visa, Mastercard, American Express and debit cards. Cash is not accepted.