Once famous for its punk shops and alternative market scene, Camden has smartened up its act in recent years. Yes, there’s still the bustling shopping area stretching all the way down to Camden Lock, but there’s also a certain chicness mixed in with the indie vibes. This well-styled apartment blends together the old Camden edge and a more modern cosmopolitan vibe. Take the living room, for example – nods to British eccentricity are seen in the velvet reading chair and boldly contrasting orange cushions, but the plain walls and Modernist–inspired standing lamp keep everything feeling fresh and light. Catch a glimpse of London’s rooftops from the bedrooms’ windows before heading to the kitchen for breakfast. Then set off for a day of exploring. You’re right on the edge of Regent’s Park, so grab a coffee and walk twenty-five minutes to the rose garden, where you can while away the hours. Then stroll along Regent’s Canal and take in the city’s skyline from the top of Primrose Hill. After a long day of sightseeing, you’ll relish coming back home for a soak in the tub before kicking back for a relaxing evening on the sofa – or, perhaps you’ll head back out to experience Camden’s vibrant nightlife.
Home truths: *The lead guest making the booking must be at least 25 years old
*While this home is on the first floor and there is a lift, the home itself is not set up to be an accessible home
*The building observes quiet hours after 9 pm
*There's a sense of calm inside the home, but Camden is a vibrant area so some noise may carry into the apartment
*A crib is available on request
*Ask your host about reserving paid public parking nearby ahead of time
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