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H- Single Bedroom in King's Cross St Pancras

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This single bedroom has wall to wall carpet on floors throughout, tastefully decorated and a shared bathroom. There is not a self catering option and no kitchen facilities apart from a mini fridge, kettle. Gray's Inn Road is located just 30 seconds away from King's Cross St Pancras Station with convenient access to St Pancras International.

Please be advised there is a security cameras at the main doors and on the stairs recording 24/7

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Relatively cheap rents and a central London location make King's Cross attractive to artists and designers, attractions and cultural establishments:
a major arts centre, Kings Place, next to the Regent's Canal hosts numerous art, music, live comedy and cultural events throughout the year
both Antony Gormley and Thomas Heatherwick have studios in the area
The London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are both based here, alongside the Pangolin Sculpture Gallery;
Central St Martins College of Art and Design has taken up residence in the Granary Building, which looks out over Granary Square, a new public space decorated with more than 1,000 coloured fountains
the cutting-edge Gagosian Gallery moved its main London premises to King's Cross in 2004. Kings Cross has a heritage of nurturing arts and culture. The British Library is located next to St Pancras Station, displaying some of the world's most famous written and printed items, such as the Magna Carta (1215) and Shakespeare's First Folio. The London Canal Museum commemorates the importance of London's canals. The fascinating Foundling Museum tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, London's first home for abandoned babies. The area also features a number of theatres, including the Shaw Theatre and the Bloomsbury Theatre.
The Camley Street Natural Park is a great way to escape the hustle and bustle of King's Cross: spot wildlife, relax by the pond and learn more at the park's visitor centre. The peaceful St Pancras Old Church is also worth a visit: look out for the Grade I listed mausoleum of Sir John Soane, which inspired the design of London's red telephone boxes.

Eat, drink and party in King's Cross
King's Cross is full of lively bars, some of which are relatively new to the area, such as, the Spanish Camino, Drink Shop Do and VOC.

If you're feeling peckish, there is a great selection of restaurants, including the Caravan cafe, Golden Arrow at Pullman London St Pancras or Bruno Loubet’s Grain Store.

Pubs in the area include The Lighterman, The Fellow, and The Driver.

For a quick snack at lunch, the Sourced Market in St Pancras International station offers a diverse range of gourmet foods.

Alternatively, the exquisite St Pancras Renaissance Hotel – which was originally built by Sir George Gilbert Scott, and saved from demolition by Sir John Betjeman, despite his comment that it was "too beautiful and too romantic to survive" – is the perfect place to treat that special someone: take them for drinks in the Booking Office bar, or for a meal at The Gilbert Scott. You'll also find an all-day restaurant, Plum + Spilt Milk, in the historic Great Northern Hotel, London's first railway hotel.

King's Cross is a great place to party! The Scala and the Big Chill House are both in close proximity. Venture a bit further north for Egg, a three-floor club venue with a great outdoor area for lounging.

King's Cross is just a short walk from Euston Station – find out more about hotels and attractions near Euston.

The King's Cross Partnership was established to fund regeneration projects and the first stage is now open to the public. You can find out more about the current redevelopment at the King's Cross Visitor Centre.
Relatively cheap rents and a central London location make King's Cross attractive to artists and designers, attractions and cultural establishments:
a major arts centre, Kings Place, next to the Regent's C…

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