The Apartment

Welcome to our cosy Finchley retreat! Immerse yourself in history and tranquillity in this North London gem. Explore landmarks like St. Mary-at-Finchley Church and enjoy nature at Friary Park and Swan Lane Open Space. Indulge in retail therapy at Brent Cross Shopping Centre or explore nearby nature reserves. After adventures, relax in our luxurious accommodation. Experience the suburban charm and urban convenience with homely!

Need to book over 28 days or special arrangement

The Space - 1 bed 1 bath

  • Sleeps up to 4
  • One bedroom with king size beds
  • Living area with one sofa bed
  • One family bathroom

The Space - 2 bed 2 baths

  • Sleeps up to 6
  • Two bedroom with king size and two single beds
  • Living area with one sofa bed
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Has a small terrace

The Space - 2 bed 1 bath

  • Sleeps up to 6
  • Two bedroom with king size and two single beds
  • Living area with one sofa bed
  • One family bathroom
  • Has a balcony

The Space - 3 bed 2 baths

  • Sleeps up to 8
  • Three bedroom with one king size bed, two single beds and double sofa bed
  • Living room with one double sofa bed
  • Two bathrooms
  • Has a terrace

What’s Included

  • Free WiFi
  • Smart TV with Netflix
  • Balcony (2 Beds only)
  • Fully equipped kitchen with crockery & cutlery, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, coffee maker, kettle, toaster, washing machine
  • Baby cot on request
  • Linen & towels

Where we are

What’s around us

Friary Park

Friary Park is situated in Friern Barnet, London, is a charming nine-hectare Edwardian park. Its historical roots trace back to the Knights Hospitaller during the Middle Ages, and later, it housed the Friern Barnet Manor House. The park officially opened its gates to the public in 1910. Within its green expanse, visitors can enjoy a children’s playground and make use of the tennis courts.

Alexandra Palace

Affectionately known as “Ally Pally,” is a historic venue in London, England. It holds significant cultural and historical importance. Notably, it is the birthplace of television, where the BBC conducted its first public television transmissions in 1935. Over the past 150 years, Alexandra Palace has served as a hub for entertainment, education, and community gatherings. Despite a fire shortly after its opening in 1873, it remains a beloved landmark, offering panoramic views of London and hosting various events.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

Brent Cross Shopping Centre is a vibrant retail destination with over 120 shops, including popular brands like Zara, M&S, and John Lewis. It also offers a diverse dining experience with 30+ cafes and restaurants. Don’t miss out on the ongoing Big Kid Circus 2024 event!