About this apartment
- Professionally cleaned?
- Hotel-quality bed linen and towels provided?
- 24/7 check-in, as there is a lockbox with the keys
?- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Two large, comfy sofas.
- Home cinema projector & Internet TV
- Dining table for six.
- Washing machine
- Drying racks
- Three double-sized beds, fresh linen, and towels?
?- One shower
- One shower/bath?
?- Sink stations
There is a lift within this property.
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
My support team or I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
Filled with amazing cafés, restaurants, parks, things to do and things to see, Peckham has the added joy that nothing is too touristy or overdone. Many of Peckham's restaurants, bars and cafes are independent and a short walk away. Franks rooftop bar is a particularly popular spot with incredible views of central London including The Shard & The London Eye.
Peckham Rye Common is one of the best (and lesser known) parks in London, with landscaped parks, wooded areas, picnic spots, Japanese gardens, ponds, playgrounds and loads of parakeets living in the trees.
Rail: Queens Road Peckham and Peckham Rye stations have regular services to London Bridge (10 and 12 minutes respectively), as well as being on the London Overground network. Peckham Rye also offers regular services to Victoria in 12 minutes.
Bus: There are a plethora of buses that go through Rye Lane, including 37 (to Putney), 343 (to City Hall), 63 (King’s Cross), 484 (to Lewisham) and 12 (to Oxford Circus).
Road: The roads tend to be busy in this area and most locals prefer to use public transport. The M25 is about 45 minutes away for those travelling further afield.
Cycle: There are dedicated covered cycle stands at Peckham Rye station, monitored by CCTV. Peckham Cycle Club is a local group that offers group ride outs for all standards, from beginners to experienced riders.
Getting away: Gatwick is about an hour away by car, or easily accessible by train via Clapham Junction.