Beautifully converted coach house apartment, full of old-world character and style, next to the famous Wimbledon Common, and only one mile from the River Thames. Extremely easy connections to central London by train, tube bus or boat!
The apartment boasts a very large double reception room, which combines a comfortable living room with an elegant dining room. As well as a TV and DVD player, there is also a lovely piano which you are welcome to play! The kitchen has a breakfast bar, perfect for a bowl of cereal in the morning; and for the chefs, the kitchen is fully equipped, including gas hob, double oven/microwave, and dishwasher.
Both bedrooms are calm and spacious, with large comfortable mattresses and ample storage for your belongings.
The apartment is steeped in history, and as well as featuring many of Sarah's watercolours and etchings, the hall is adorned with the portraits of Sam's illustrious ancestors!
Zugang für Gäste
Whole apartment, except for a storage room.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are contactable at all times to deal with any requests and to offer advice, or just to chat! Our lovely neighbour, Maritta, will welcome you to the property, as well deal with your day-to-day requirements. Guests are able arrive at antisocial hours using our coded key-safe.
Weitere wichtige Infos
Guests are welcome to leave their luggage at the property during the day if they have an evening flight. Also, if nobody is coming the following day (just verify with us) then you are welcome to check-out in the afternoon. Please note the flat is only available for a minimum of three nights.
Smoking is absolutely forbidden - thank you for respecting this! Off-street parking for one car is available in the front drive. On the rare occasion that the spaces are already taken, Maritta can provide you with an on-street daily parking permit. Please respect our neighbours and keep late night noise to a minimum.
We are retired teachers living in a mill in Dorset. We have two cats. We both are interested in environmental issues, and are active in Transition Network. Sam has just been awarded an MSc in Green Economy, and organises an open EcoHomes event in September. Sarah is an artist, and she helps out in a local school teaching children to grow vegetables in the polytunnel and teaching them to cook local food from raw and economical ingredients.