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Welcome to Hawkes London Apartments

Address: 63 Stoke Newington High Street, London North, N16 8EL

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Located 8 minutes’ walk from Stoke Newington Rail Station, in North East London, B&B Smart Luxury Flats offer stylish self-catering accommodation with free WiFi. Liverpool Street Station is only 15 minutes’ away by train. These modern apartments offer an open plan lounge with a sofa, a flat-screen TV and a dining table. The fully equipped kitchens include a washing machine. A variety of shops and pubs can be found within the area. Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction Overground Stations are just 14 minutes’ walk down the road. The Emirates Stadium is within 3 miles, and central London is 20 minutes’ drive away.

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Arsenal Football Club - Football Club

Arsenal Football Club - Football Club

Distance 1.2 miles (1.91 km)
Arsenal Football Club began life when a group of workers at the Woolwich Arsenal Armament Factory decided to form a football team in late 1886. The Club played under the name of Dial Square. Their first match was a 6-0 victory over Eastern Wanderers, on December 11th, 1886. Soon after, the name Royal Arsenal was adopted and the Club continued playing in friendlies and local cup competitions for the next few years. In 1891 the Club turned professional and changed its name to Woolwich Arsenal, finally joining the Football League in 1893.

Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education - University

Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education - University

Distance 1.82 miles (2.9 km)
The Institute has been in operation for over 20 years and located at London. It was founded by an eminent Child Psychiatrist. Now it is a British Accredited Higher and Independent Education College and runs three Masters Degree courses. It has 350 students. The courses offered at the Institute are unique, like Masters in Integrative Child Psychotherapy, Integrative Arts Psychotherapy, Emotional Literacy for Children and Creativity and Imagination; and Diploma in The Therapeutic and Educational Application of the Arts, Creative Group Therapy and Therapeutic Counselling with

Geffrye Museum - Museum

Geffrye Museum - Museum

Distance 1.92 miles (3.07 km)
The Geffrye Museum depicts the quintessential style of English middle-class living rooms. Its collections of furniture, textiles, paintings and decorative arts are displayed in a series of period rooms from 1600 to the present day. The displays lead the visitor on a walk through time, from the 17th century with oak furniture and panelling, past the refined splendour of the Georgian period and the high style of the Victorians, to 20th century modernity as seen in a 1930s flat, a mid-century room in contemporary style and a late- 20th century living space in a converted warehouse.

North London College - University

North London College - University

Distance 2.18 miles (3.48 km)
The college provides a variety of courses for a variety of candidates. The earliest structured courses were established in 1982. On 1 October 1984, the full-time courses were established. In 1986 tuition services were established for students on external Degree Program of UK and Foreign Universities.

The College is now a renowned centre for GCSE, "A" level and professional courses. It is a centre for Vocational Qualifications and providing full time teaching for external students on Degree and research program of UK and foreign Universities

The College has an on-going development programme aimed at developing courses jointly with UK and Foreign Universities. Such courses are run either jointly or independently with one or more of their Colleges.

Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood - Museum

Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood - Museum

Distance 2.37 miles (3.79 km)
The Museum began life as a prefabricated South Kensington Museum, which was later replaced with the V&A. The original iron frame, still visible inside, was bought to Bethnal Green in the 1860s, re-erected, and finished with its distinctive red brick to the designs of J W Wild. The outside was decorated with murals depicting the arts, sciences and agriculture by F W Moody, and the marble mosaic floor was put together by women prisoners from Woking gaol.