Once every so often, you get an opportunity to stay in a beautiful 19th century cottage, set back in a quiet private street in the very heart of one of London's most beautiful and desirable neighborhoods. This tastefully yet stylishly decorated townhouse manages to feel like a warm and inviting oasis of calm in the midst of the bustle of the city. The dark color palette of the interior decor lends this period home a clean, sleek and and modern air. Picture yourself stepping inside from the old-fashioned cobbled street into a fully refurbished and redecorated home. You can cook up a delicious dinner in the modern kitchen or kick off your shoes and relax with a good book in the comfort of the living area. When you need to relax, take a dip in the large bathtub or freshen up with an invigorating shower and enjoy the hotel quality white fluffy towels left for you in the home.
Step out of the haven of the cottage and you're a two minute walk to three of the capital's best and most iconic museums (The Natural History Museum, The Science Museum and The V&A), as well as the grandeur of the Royal Albert Hall and the verdant green of Kensington Gardens. The home is also just a five minute walk from South Kensington tube station for quick and easy access to the rest of London. Unlike most properties in this part of London, the home even comes with free and safe off street parking outside the home. Set over three floors, the home features three bathrooms meaning that there won’t be any queuing for the facilities in the morning. There are four beautifully decorated bedrooms, two of which are particularly spacious and the highlight of the home is the stunning wooden-decked roof terrace. Sit out in the evening sun and relax with a drink or a good book as you gaze out over the London skyline from your own private roof balcony.
You can request extra keys, more towels, fans, in-stay housekeeping (additional fee), portable cribs, and high chairs when you book your home.
South Kensington is such an exciting part of London - so much to explore here and in the surrounding areas.
You are under a 10 minute walk from Exhibition Road, where you’ll find the famous Natural History Museum, the V&A, and the Science Museum, and the iconic Royal Albert Hall is just around the corner.
The Admiral Codrington is a popular pub with locals. As well as a fun atmosphere and an outdoor area, the food here is delicious. Try the burger!
The Anglesea Arms is a classic British affair, frequented by Charles Dickens in his day!
You aren’t short of options for restaurants either... Tendido Cero and Cambio de Tercio are sister restaurants on opposite sides of Old Brompton Road. Nearby Bumpkin, on Old Brompton Road, is a lovely place to go for drinks, lunch, or dinner. Open every Saturday between 9am and 2pm, the Bute Street Farmers’ Market is literally on your doorstep! Pop downstairs to explore the 18 stalls - you’ll find seasonal and fresh meat, fish, fruit and vegetables. A great place to grab ingredients for lunch!
Our check-in time is preferred from 3PM onwards, however, we understand that sometimes travel needs to be flexible. After booking, please enquire about an earlier check-in with our team – we will always facilitate bag drops for early arrivals.
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