Stay on Abbey Road near the Abbey Road Studios in St John’s Wood NW8 for one night or more.

3 BED HOUSE ON ABBEY ROAD, THE PERFECT ALTERNATIVE TO A HOTEL FROM JUST £85/ NIGHT

Abbey Road Stay

You won’t see the Beatles but you can share a part of their history.

If you are planning a stay in London… Why not stay on Abbey Road near the Abbey Road Studios’ crossing?

 

And get your picture taken on the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing!

Your Stay…

A well proportioned three bedroom house located a stone’s throw from the Abbey Road Studios (Have a look here), you can join the revelers at any time of day and night and walk the zebra crossing like the Beatles famously did in 1969!

Whether you are a family or a group of friends that wants to explore London, this is the perfect house for you! it is situated in a quiet area and yet it is so close to the centre with Oxford Street being only 10 minutes away by bus (139 or 189).

Where will you be staying?

The en-suite master bedroom is on the ground floor. One double bedroom and one single room are on the first floor and so is the family bathroom. All bedrooms have plenty of storage space in-built wardrobes and chest of drawers.

The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom with a bath whereas the other bathroom on the first floor has a shower.

This beautiful house is located close to the St. John’s Wood Station on the Jubilee line which is a 10 minute walk, connecting you to the center of London in no time.

This is a spacious three bedroom house comfortably accommodating 5 people (+2 on the sofa bed).

About the area

St. John’s Wood is a leafy, safe and quiet part of north London, only a mile or so away from Baker Street, Oxford street and Green Park. On a nice day, it is a very pleasant walk to the centre of the city. On other days just hop on a bus either the 189 or 139 will take you to Oxford street in 15 minutes, or get on the underground where you can get to Baker Street station in 5 minutes, it is only one stop away.

St John’s Wood is also home to the legendary MCC and the Mecca of cricket – the Lord’s stadium!

If you do not wish to hit the centre of town and shop down Bond St, St. John’s Wood High Street is full of great designer shops and some of the best restaurants the capital has to offer. You can also enjoy Regent’s Park, the Zoo and Primrose Hill on nice sunny days.

Contact us for more info or book HERE!

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Links : British Beatles Fan Club