Whilst from the outside this looks like a run down old off licence you must go inside. It is a very simple and plain bar with "Unusual" furniture. Goodness knows where it came from but it could be described as "Eccentric" in a chic sort of way. Vey welcoming though. a large selection of wines and specialist beers but that is not the most unique thing. Attached to the "Wine Bar" are a number of apartments offering accommodation from 2 people to 6-8 depending on how much accommodation you book.
The apartments are very professionally done, clean, well presented and modern with very well appointed kitchens. We spent 5 days there and it was a home from home. We were being 'entertained' by our adult children who live in the area and when their hospitality got too much (Ahem!) we could sneak off to the Wine Bar for a night cap or even just a warm up and then to the apartment upstairs. It was really great.
There are are number of stairs which if you are disabled could present problems. The area has a post office, little supermarkets that sell everything, cafe from Jerk Chicken to a 'greasy spoon' for breakfast and lots of carry outs, a station within 20 metres and a bus stop outside the door. Being double glazed we were not aware of any traffic noise really. The spot is ideal for visiting the centre of London via the train.
We will use it again without hesitation.
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