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Bankside House, Southwark, London

Bankside House
24 Sumner Street
Southwark
London

SE1 9JA | View map
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Close to Shakespeare's Globe, Vinopolis, The Tate Modern Art Gallery, iconic St Paul's Cathedral, the Millennium Bridge, near Tower Bridge, HMS Belfast, The Clink Museum, Southwark Cathedral and surrounded by hundreds of quality restaurants and dozens of friendly pubs. Bankside is a moments stroll from the stimulating and enjoyable Thames-side South Bank walk - an enchanting location with vivid, vibrant views of sunset over the River. You will not be disappointed with the location of this residence. The residence has a mixture of ensuite and shared facilities and has single, twin, triple and quad rooms. It's perfect for groups, individuals or families seeking high quality, affordable accommodation in the heart of the capital. Bankside House is a student residence during term time. Rooms are only available to the general public during the months of July, August and September.

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