Not a jot It may sit between the British Museum and the mighty skyscrapers of the City, but it’s the littler landmarks that set Lambs Conduit Street apart. From the knitted blinds in the bedroom to the sitting room’s blue-panelled feature wall, this airy home wants a closer look. There’s a Japanese touch to the suede and wood wardrobe, while the leather armchairs are vintage suave. And so cosy is the balcony’s table and twin chairs, you’ll forget how close you sit to Oxford Street and the buzzy West End. Little by little Semi-retired, work is just one tiny detail in your host’s life. He spends four months a year in the office, the rest in the English countryside, or with family and friends. ##Fine-toothed comb Spread across the top two floors, this home tugs your attention this way and that. Slouchy sofas lounge beneath the sitting room’s angled windows, or you might prefer to pull up a leather armchair and reach for a coffee table read. Turn to the sleek wooden kitchen for a light lunch, or to the balcony for tea sipped beside the plant pots. A sliding wardrobe and knitted beige blinds lend the master bedroom an eastern air, while the bright double is hung with abstract artwork.
Underfloor Heating, DVD player, iPod dock, satellite or cable, TV, dining table,...
Dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (induction), microwave, oven, toaster, Built-in ...
Ensuite, king size bed
Basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
Basin, shower, toilet
This does not accept children, toddlers or babies.
The second bedroom has two joinable single beds where the beds come together to make a king sized bed. Please let our reservation team know when you book how you would like the room to be set up.
This home doesn't have air conditioning. Between June and September, we'll place fans in each bedroom. Please let us know if you'd like fans outside the summer period.
This home is spread over two floors with no internal elevator.