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Private Room and Bathroom in Artistic Trafalgar Square Flat

VerifiedSuperhostLondon, England, United Kingdom
Airbnb Plus
Private room in apartment hosted by Phyllis
2 guests1 bedroom3 beds1 private bath
Savour a leisurely breakfast and a cup of English tea on the verdant, leafy balcony of this distinctive apartment. Fresh flowers and contemporary art prints and textiles enliven every room. A comfy and welcoming gem in a remarkably central location.
“'Location, location, location' is one of my favourite things about my home. Guests can't believe it!”
– Phyllis, your host

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Amenities

Everyday

Gym
Full kitchen
Washing machine
Dishwasher
Wi-Fi
TV
Bathroom essentials
Bedroom comforts
Coffee maker
Hair dryer
Iron
Lift

Accessibility

Getting inside

Well-lit path to entrance

Moving around the space

Wide hallways

Bathroom

No stairs or steps to enter
Fixed grab rails for shower
Accessible-height toilet

4.86 out of 5 stars from 257 reviews
4.86 (257 reviews)

Location

London, England, United Kingdom

The buzzing West End theatre district begins just a couple of blocks away, and many of the main sights, parks, royal attractions, museums, and galleries can be easily reached on foot. Stroll the riverbank walkways for amazing city views night or day.

Distance from Heathrow Airport

37 mins by car without traffic

Hosted by Phyllis

Joined in July 2010
  • 258 Reviews
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My work has been in community development projects, education, microfinance and the BBC . I have lived and worked in the USA, UK, Germany, Spain, Central America, Africa and Asia. My not-for-profit organisation is based in my home office, and we are exploring projects in energy efficiency in London, after working for many years in alternative finance which includes microfinance and innovative finance for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), to create financial inclusion. Our current work will seek to include alternative finance and development of micro and small enterprises. Our recent work has been with leadership and management programmes for alternative finance in the UK and internationally, in China with the Peer-to-Peer sector. I am a member of the congregation at St Martin-in-the-Fields, a church well known for its music, work with the homeless and international issues. As hobbies I enjoy the gym, transcendental meditation, technology (for work-play), travelling, cycling, swimming walking, (I've done the London to Canterbury Pilgrimage from St Martin's six times), cooking with friends, enjoying London, especially theatre, museums and South Bank events. I'm a member of several networking groups, mainly for entrepreneurs, technology, microfinance and women. My associates (interns and full-time colleagues) and I work in the office in the flat, which is not featured in the photos or description. As we are in central London, we often have project meetings or hold workshops in the flat, often combining those with informal lunches or dinners. As soon as people enter the flat, their immediate reaction is 'what a great place'. We have a good life-work balance, often going to meetings elsewhere as well as having them here. I am a social entrepreneur, using my resources for projects that make a social and economic difference. Income from Airbnb goes towards my other work, as I jokingly say, to support my habit. I speak five languages, unusual for an American. I've been in the UK since the early 70s and fondly call the UK home, although I am grateful for my American roots and being brought up in a multicultural family of ten children. You will find this home lively, welcoming, fun, cosmopolitan, well-informed and focused on being an expression of my life's purpose: modelling a future worth living My first 'job' after university was as a US Peace Corps Volunteer in the mid-60s in Guatemala, where I founded the first women's weaving group, which became a great success. That has inspired me to work with entrepreneurs at the grassroots and to live life with curiosity. My favourite quote is from Michaelangelo: 'I am always learning'. I have had the good fortune to host amazing AirBnB guests with most interesting lives. I love the AirBnB spirit of helping people of similar interests to get to know one another. Also, I've been able to connect AirBnB guests with others, linking them through our joint similar interests in technology, entrepreneurship, social enterprise and living a life without borders. My life motto is 'modelling a future worth living'.
My work has been in community development projects, education, microfinance and the BBC . I have lived and worked in the USA, UK, Germany, Spain, Central America, Africa and Asia.…
Co-hosts
  • Gabriel
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  • Languages: Français, Deutsch, Español
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within a few hours

Things to know

House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 pm
Checkout: 10:00 am
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Safety & Property
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $759