Although the design of the building appears to be 18th century it is in fact late Victorian, even the reproduction half-timbered façade. The work was commissioned by the then owner and entrepreneur Frederick Stanley in the late 1890s, following a popular Victorian trend of imitating the timbered style of several centuries earlier. Allegedly the headless ghost of a cavalier haunts the cellar.
We are pleased to host you in this romantic apartment:
2 full bedrooms (one en- suite bath), 3 bathrooms, kitchen, dining area, located at the 3rd floor (without elevator) in front of Royal Court of Justice, immediately off Fleet Street, just a step away from the Thames riverbanks.
· 2 bedrooms
· 1 double size bed in the master bedroom
· Twin beds in the second room plus one folded bed
· Linen provided
· Towels provided
· Washing machine/Dryer
· Water kettle
· Knives and chopping boards
· Pots and pans
· Crockery and cutlery
· Iron and ironing board
· Double sofa
· Flat screen TV with
· Complimentary WiFi
· Dining table with 6 chairs
· 3 bathrooms
· Big power shower in the main bathroom at the entrance
· Big power shower in the en-suite bathroom
· Small lovely terrace in the toilette up the stairs
Our bathroom will include some basic toiletries to cater for your initial arrival. Please note that these will not be replenished during your stay.