Brewhouse Yard Serviced ApartmentsVery good, 4.0 from 2 reviews
Farringdon , London
Brewhouse Yard is one of Clerkenwell’s finest new residential developments. On the peripheries of the financial district, it offers guests a secure and comfortable abode within walking distance to The City. Supremely connected to the rest of London and the UK, the location of Brewhouse Yard truly is half of the charm.
The apartments are neutral and tasteful finished to a luxurious standard. The full-height windows in the generous living area allow light to flood the room creating a light and bright space that feels thoughtful and contemporary. The open-plan kitchen is stocked with all mod-cons ready for you to move straight in. There are two supermarkets just a few steps away from the apartments supplying all you need to knock-up your favourite dishes.
More full-height windows in the double bedroom plus soft spot-lighting add to the harmonious environment of this centrally located retreat. The luxe bathroom is as elegant as it is practical, finished in quality materials and soft lighting.
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Farringdon is impeccably connected to the rest of London. It boasts a tube station on the Circle, Metropolitan and Hammersmith & City Lines and a train station with direct links to Gatwick and Luton airports and St. Pancras International for the Eurostar.
It is also the town of choice for many creative agencies, which could explain the abundance of hip wine bars and global dining. Farringdon is also still alive with history dotted with hundred-year-old pubs and speciality markets.
The fascinating Barbican Centre is a huge creative hub with a colourful calendar of film, art and exhibitions. Interestingly though, it also offers a variety of interesting working spaces. For lunch the Barbican has a handful of unique eateries from down to earth burger joints to the elegant Italian bistro Osteria.
You’re a 20-minute walk from the eclectic triangle of Old Street and Hoxton Square. An idiosyncratic but hugely popular maze of tech start-ups, unique music venues, fine-dining restaurants and reassuringly conscious quick-stops like Nincomsoup at Old Street station.