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You can find everything in Bedford Place and London Road, which is parallel to Bedford Place, withing 10 minutes walk.
Less than 10 min walk, very popular, especially on a Friday or Saturday night. Clubs, Bars, cafes and restaurants which cater for most tastes. Small supermarket and many other small independent shops.
For the slightly younger guests, this is where a lot of the uni students go for a night out. There are clubs, bars and cafes.
Loads of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes and often very reasonably priced.
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