Per Night +Vat
This historic building was originally two of London’s last remaining tea warehouses, completed in 1729 and first owned by the East India Tea Company. Surrounded by religious history, including Great Britain’s first synagogue, it can be traced back to 1592, where the Creechurch Monastery once stood.
Today, its 12 luxurious, fully appointed one and two bedroom serviced apartments are ideal city spaces. Consisting of separate living and sleeping areas, each provides privacy and comfort, and is perfectly situated for easy access to the City of London.
The apartments are in an atmospheric courtyard close to one of London’s ‘favourite’ buildings, 30 St Mary Axe, affectionately known as ‘the Gherkin'. It’s a stroll through the City to the Tower of London.
Open plan living area that includes a kitchen with high quality appliances and a spacious lounge, a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, an additional bedroom and a separate WC.
Cable / Satellite TV
Tea, coffee & milk
Washer / Dryer