On the third floor of a family friendly building, my cosy flat is a welcoming space to come home to. The well equipped kitchen will be at your full disposal during your stay - you'll be amazed at the amount of storage space!
The lounge is cosy and comfortable, with the double bedroom just next door. My cleaners place fresh, hotel quality linen on the bed before your arrival.
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
Vauxhall is a mixed commercial and residential district of southwest London in the London Borough of Lambeth. The Vauxhall Parliamentary Constituency extends to include all of Stockwell and parts of Brixton and Clapham all to the south, and gave its name to the Vauxhall Motors car manufacturer, which originated in the area.
The MI6 building in Vauxhall has featured in several James Bond films, initially filmed without permission but then condoned by then Foreign Secretary Robin Cook with his memorable "After all James Bond has done for Britain..." quip. It appears in GoldenEye, The World Is Not Enough (wherein it suffers a fictional terrorist attack that prefigured a genuine incident), Die Another Day, Skyfall (where it also comes under a fictional terrorist attack) and Spectre (2015) (where it is demolished). Die Another Day featured a fictional London Underground station, Vauxhall Cross, a fictional closed stop on the Piccadilly line now employed by MI6 as an extension to its HQ. In fact, the Piccadilly line does not come south of the river at all; only the Victoria line passes anywhere nearby, and the secret entrance to the station shown in the film is on the east side of Westminster Bridge, some considerable distance down-river.
The London Eye: 20 minutes by bus, or 25 minutes on foot
The Tower of London: 45 minutes on the tube
National Gallery: 25-30 minutes on the tube
Kings Cross: 30 minutes on the tube
Heathrow Airport: 60 minutes by tube, train and bus
Gatwick Airport: 60 minutes by train