Upstairs on the second floor, a contemporary twin room complete with two single Murphy beds —which can pivot from the wall when required — offers a sleeping area perfect for children or adults alike. The convenient en suite shower room is also truly insta-worthy if we do say so, with sky blue and coral contrasts. The adjacent living room offers welcome views over the square outside. This is an ideal spot to read or watch a good film, all the while surrounded by botanical beauties, plenty of books and artworks that could merit a London gallery.
Ascend the stairs once again to a bedroom ideal for children, complete with three single beds and a very stylish doll's house. The nearby bathroom gets top marks from us thanks to its Veeve yellow colourway and contrasting black fixtures. A bright third bedroom which overlooks the garden below, provides a comfortable double bed, ample storage space as well as a monochrome en suite bathroom.
As you reach the top of the house, some might say the best is saved until last. In the principal bedroom, a super-king size bed and Juliet balcony awaits. Across the way, the final bathroom is a lesson in design, thanks to Terrazzo tiling and the all-important infra-red sauna, for the ultimate feeling of tranquillity during your stay.
The bathrooms (there are quite a few) all offer plenty of personality and punchy colour schemes, that are any interior enthusiast’s dream. Meanwhile, the garden is just the answer for making the most of a warm day in London, with a handy BBQ for cooking up a storm.