Showcasing a creative blend of period features and contemporary design, you can enjoy the slick, light-filled interiors supplied by a modern kitchen and dining area, alongside the homely comforts of the hearth in the living room, with its classic furnishings and antique paintings. Behind the kitchen is a beckoning dining area, with a generously sized extendable table and eight sleek Perspex chairs. Bathed in sunshine through a large skylight and offering a great view of the charming patio garden beyond, you'll enjoy all the best bits of alfresco dining, without having to rely on the famously baffling British weather. And if you’re anything like us, you’ll be spending those sunnier moments lounging in said garden, curled up on the comfy outdoor sofa with a chilled glass of rosé . The three bedrooms each have their own floor, affording a welcome element of space and privacy. On the top floor is a delightful principal bedroom, offering scenic views and a generously-sized ensuite, complete with walk-in shower and bath. On the floor below is a classically styled second bedroom, with oodles of natural light pouring through picturesque sash windows. This floor also boasts an impressively modern bathroom, combining clean lines, marble surfaces, and a rather chic walk-in shower. Head downstairs to the basement level and you’ll find a cosy third bedroom, featuring fresh interiors, a fitted wardrobe, and another large ensuite. We've said it once and we'll say it again - this home has an excellent setup for your city sojourn.
- Family friendly
- High ceilings
- Stylish furniture
- Wooden floors
- Plates and cutlery
- DVD Player
- Antique furniture
- Ironing board
- Interesting paintings/artwork
- Sash windows
- Hob (Stove)
- WIFI Internet
- LUXURY BED LINEN
- PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT
Kensington is a genteel district in one of the grandest boroughs in London, The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. It’s home to many of the city’s most significant museums, including the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the recently reopened Design Museum. Not only does the neighbourhood have many elegant shops, churches and parks for visitors to enjoy, Kensington High Street is a hub for music and journalism too. The Daily Mail – amongst other newspapers – have their offices here, as do the UK offices of major music empires, like EMI, Universal and Sony.
Kensington (Olympia) (Overground), 7 mins walk
- Check in 15:00. Check out 10:00.
- Minimum length of stay: 3 nights
- Maximum party size: 6 guests
- Minimum advance period: 3
The aesthetic of the fireplace really compliments the cosy vintage vibe, but please don't use it. Part of this home's charm is that it's wonderfully well connected, with three train stations within easy strolling distance. Whilst Kensington Olympia is great for the Overground, we'd also recommend Shepherd's Bush for the Central Line, and Hammersmith for easy access to Heathrow Airport.
No smoking, pets, or parties!
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- The modern kitchen provided the option for us to cook a few meals during our stay
- Location was central to 3 Underground tube stations, so very flexible to plan visits around London
- The neighborhood was nice and quiet, several small shops allowed shopping without the need to go to a major supermarket, local restaurants Bird in Hand and Pentolina, the Havelok Pub provided nice nearby options for some evenings