With the Victoria and Albert Museum, Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall all in the vicinity, there’s no doubt that this exclusive area has the royal seal of approval. And it’s not only this home’s first-class location – there’s a certain regal air within too. Charmingly traditional artworks adorn this home’s walls, the classic furniture is richly upholstered in pale gold and deep blue, and there are patterned silk rugs underfoot. After seeing the sights, sink into a plump sofa in the refined sitting room – no comfier place for a spot of tea.
Your host spends most of her time in the Scottish Highlands but has called Beaufort Gardens home for 25 years, particularly fond of being within easy reach of the city’s finest diversions.
Whether busy days spent sightseeing or languid days spent lounging appeal, this majestic home will meet all needs with ease. The well-equipped kitchen is pleasingly modern, and in a nearby nook, there’s a dining table to seat five.
Each ensuite bedroom is subtly sophisticated, and both look out onto this home’s shining jewel – a secluded courtyard garden. Here, an elegant statuette can be glimpsed amongst the many flowers and climbing plants, and there’s even an ornately carved fountain. What’s more, there’s a wrought-iron table and chairs, making this a splendid spot in which to dine outdoors.