Finding a quiet spot in central London can be a difficult task, but we've discovered just the place. This cosy apartment, moments from Leicester Square, Chinatown, and Covent Garden, is a slice of calm. The home is a minimalist haven: white walls and floorboards are broken up with a rusty orange sofa and wooden dining set, while a cast-iron (decorative) fireplace and Vogue prints add a little character to the bedroom. A king-size bed with a colourful, fuzzy throw guarantees a good night's sleep, with a Nespresso coffee machine ready to wake you up in the morning. Start your day flipping through the news in the living area, before heading out onto the streets, whether it be for shopping, theatre-going, or a leisurely brunch.
Home truths: *The home is on the sixth floor with no lift, so may be unsuitable for guests with mobility issues; guests with heavy bags should take care
*There is no parking at the home, but public transport links here are second to none
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