An elegant two-bedroom apartment in an exclusive residential area between South Kensington and Chelsea, shopping heaven with easy access to Knightsbridge and the West End.
An exclusive and quiet residential area of grand terraces and garden squares between the Old Brompton Road and the Fulham Road, both just a few minutes walk away. This area is shopper’s heaven, with numerous quality shops and designer boutiques along with chic restaurants, cafés and traditional pubs such as the Duke of Cumberland. A few minutes walk takes you to South Kensington and the not-to-miss Victoria & Albert, Natural History and Science Museums, and a little further is Hyde Park. An easy bus ride takes you to the fashionista and gourmet paradise of Harrods and the exclusive shops and restaurants of Knightsbridge, while to the south are all the attractions of the Fulham Road and King’s Road area. Buses and taxis are plentiful for access to the West End, Piccadilly, and all parts of the city. Easy access to Heathrow and the M25.
A small but charming apartment with two bedrooms and one bathroom on the lower ground floor of a period building. Non-smoking, broadband Internet access.
Stylish decor with contemporary touches.
The main living room has the kitchen at one end, and at the other a contemporary table and chairs make a perfect dining corner in the wide bay window. In the middle is the sitting area with a long sofa and chairs facing the (non - working) fireplace. Handsome Oriental prints and paintings provide an exotic note and various other pictures, hand-stitched cushions and collector items add colourful touches throughout the apartment. There is a digital TV.
This is small but well organized with a gas hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, cooking utensils and washing machine (no dryer).
The master bedroom is spacious and light, with a king size bed, double wardrobe and good lighting. The second bedroom has a single bed and a single wardrobe.
The well lit bathroom has a wash basin, a tub with power shower and a loo.
To step into the Royal Borough of Kensington is to walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens, writers and revolutionaries, politicians and painters, thinkers and thespians.
This premier residential district was once a country village favoured by the wealthy. It retains its exclusivity and is home to a Royal palace and London's foremost museums.
Kensington is within the area of Holland Park Avenue, Earls Court, Royal Albert Hall and Kensington Palace. There are numerous places to visit such as The Natural History Museum, Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Place, Victoria & Albert Museum, Science Museum and Linley Sambourne House (Punch Illustrator) which will give you the perfect view of a Victorian house.
Another place to visit is the Kensington Roof Gardens which is a must see, the grade II listed art deco building with a roof garden which covers 1.5 acres. The gardens are split into three with English, Formal Spanish and Tudor styles and this is a perfect place to relax and get away from the bustling streets of London.
Famous department stores such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols are close by in Knightsbridge which are a short walk from Knightsbridge tube station. If you still want to shop The Kings Road and High Street Kensington are also located in this part of London and have all the high street stores you could wish for.
There are numerous tube stations throughout Kensington which can take you to any part of London:- West Brompton – District Line, Notting Hill Gate – Central Line & District and Circle Line, Holland Park – Central Line, High Street Kensington – District and Circle Line, Earls Court – District Line, South Kensington – Piccadilly, District and Circle Line.
Places to eat:-
Clarke’s, Il Portico, Brasserie Gustave, The Terrace on Holland Street, Launceston Place.
Things to do:-
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace, Natural History Museum, Holland Park, Science Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Harrods and Harvey Nichols
Gloucester Road and South Kensington, both 10 minutes walk (Circle, District and Piccadilly lines). Good bus services along the Old Brompton Road and the Fulham Road.
Underground Zone: 1
This property is in Taxi Band A
City Airport: £44.00
Major Train Stations: £28.00
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Had a lovely time. Would highly recomend the place.
We did not have any issues and were really happy with Home from Home and will definitely be using you again. It was very nice to be located near such lovely buildings such as the Natural History Museum and Harrods. We loved all the little cafes that where dotted around, we were never short of somewhere to grab lunch!
by Joe Dones
We had a lovely trip and a great stay in this property. It was great to be so close to kings road were we managed to do a lot of shopping and grab some lunch. The property itself was great. However we had a small problem with the toilet flush, which was sorted quickly after you sent a lovely man over to take a look. Thank You.
by Jan CANADA
£165.00 per night
Begin your stay from any day of the week. Minimum 5 night stay during peak times.