Offering unique style alongside characterful features and high ceilings, the living area is perfect for getting cosy and relaxing with a good read. We think it's the dining room though that steals the show, with antique wooden furniture and exquisite cornicing. The adjacent galley-style kitchen is fairly compact but equipped with everything you'll need during your stay. On the first floor you can find a serene double bedroom, complete with ensuite. The Principle bedroom features a King-size bed, ornate wallpaper, and its own ensuite, with the other two including a comfy double bed and raised single bed respectively. The bathrooms offer two visions of colour – one blue, one red — and both equipped with a welcome tub, ideal for an evening soak.
The way the dining space offers a chance to step back in time with its traditional features and captivating art. Hopefully you know a good pianist who can tinkle on the keys whilst you enjoy dining under the candelabra. Situated in the heart of Kensington, it's also perfectly located for exploring London — with the Natural History and Victoria and Albert museums nearby, along with sought-after Kensington Gardens just a short walk away.
We have 4 children and there was plenty of space for us to relax after long days spent seeing the sites. The adults especially enjoyed cold drinks on the terrace over looking the leafy park.