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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed
  • Car not necessary

You might just have hit upon the most desirable postcode in London: just off the King's Road, a short walk from the bustling Fulham Broadway and Parson's Green; within walking distance of all the fabulous boutiques and high street shops that line the King's Road; an easy reach, either by foot or bicycle, from Sloane Square: this is the place to be. A constellation of the brightest and most glamourous bars and cafes are within a quarter of an hour of your door. While the streets of Chelsea pull you in one direction, you will find yourself equally charmed by the friendly and warm buzz that surrounds Fulham Broadway.

Living & Eating

Gorgeously bright and beautifully designed, the attention to detail is apparent in both the small decorations and the larger landscape of this charming English home. Downstairs you will find soft carpeting underfoot and plenty of sofas and an elegant chaise-lounge to relax on after a day in the town. Courtesy of the large glass windows this room dances with natural light. There is a dining table to seat 4 people, and a kitchen with all the appliances you need to knock up a feast. That's if you can resist the tempting eateries on your doorstep.

Beds & Baths

You will find two beautifully presented bedrooms. Each bedroom has a double bed (4 foot 6 inches). Think comfort and peace, decorated in pales shades and each evoking an atmosphere of relaxation. Classically English, with soft carpet underfoot and delightful floor length curtains, which when pushed back to illuminate the room with all the natural light you could need.

The bathroom was not forgotten by the designer, elegant and spotless this provides you with an abundance of cleaning options with a bath tub and a built in shower head above.

Access & Suitability

This home is located on the 2nd floor. There is an elevator but there are a few steps up to the entrance. Therefore it would not be suitable for those who cannot manage a few stairs.

Neighbourhood

Take a pleasant walk up the King's Road, with its multitude and variety of high street shops and boutiques, eclectic bars and sophisticated restaurants, and you will happen upon the hallowed precincts of Sloane Square, and from thence you are a few minutes from Harrods. For those of a Thespian bent, the Royal Court theatre is just on Sloane Square, and on Saturdays at the nearby Duke of York Square, a gastronomically cosmopolitan food market will hold all foodies in its thrall. The Saatchi gallery, a few minutes away, will delight all art fans, and a short and picturesque walk will take you down onto Chelsea embankment and the Thames, to the foot of the iconic Albert Bridge.

For those who like to look beneath the surface to the layers of layers of London history, which have built up over the centuries, Chelsea is a wonderful area to explore. Discover Crosby Hall, on Cheyne Walk, which was moved brick by brick from its original location in Bishopsgate, Thomas More's house and an eternal monument to the 'man for all seasons'; wander a little further down to what was once Henry VIII's manor house (19 – 26 Cheyne Walk) and drink in the echoes of its old residents, from Katherine Parr (to whom Henry gave the house as a wedding present) to the tragic Lady Jane Grey, the nine – day Queen.

Chelsea has always been synonymous with wealth and royalty, ever since Henry VIII and his six successive wives haunted its enclaves, not to mention Thomas More, whose home in Cheyne Walk stands to this day. The King's Road weaves its way through the area, carrying with it an aura of luxury and sophistication. However, despite its reputation for all that is chic and debonair, it still rings with the echoes of its Bohemian past, dispelling all odours of stuffiness. For centuries home to myriad artists – many of the pre-Raphaelites, Turner, the satirist Swift, and historian Carlyle spent their lives here in Chelsea – it was more recently the roosting place for Swinging Londoners, and a decade later, the birth place of punk. The famous Chelsea Art School is still a mecca for aspiring young artists, and lends the area intellectual glamour, whilst the surprising mixture of traditional and esoteric bars and clubs attracts London's Bright Young Things – Chelsea is still very much up for the party!

- Nearest tube station (Fulham Broadway) 2 min (walk).

- Westminster (for Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square): 15 min (tube).

- West End (for The Theatre District, Covent Garden, Leicester Square) - 20 min (tube).

- South Kensington (for the V&A, Science and Natural History museums) - 7 min (tube).

Booking Conditions

We politely ask guests to note the following:

Minimum length of stay: 5 nights

Maximum party size: 4

Lead guest must be 30 or older

Strictly no smoking or pets

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided

Central London/Zone 1

ake a pleasant walk up the King's Road, with its multitude and variety of high street shops and boutiques, eclectic bars and sophisticated restaurants, and you will happen upon the hallowed precincts of Sloane Square, and from thence you are a few minutes from Harrods. For those of a Thespian bent, the Royal Court theatre is just on Sloane Square, and on Saturdays at the nearby Duke of York Square, a gastronomically cosmopolitan food market will hold all foodies in its thrall. The Saatchi gallery, a few minutes away, will delight all art fans, and a short and picturesque walk will take you down onto Chelsea embankment and the Thames, to the foot of the iconic Albert Bridge.

For those who like to look beneath the surface to the layers of layers of London history, which have built up over the centuries, Chelsea is a wonderful area to explore. Discover Crosby Hall, on Cheyne Walk, which was moved brick by brick from its original location in Bishopsgate, Thomas More's house and an eternal monument to the 'man for all seasons'; wander a little further down to what was once Henry VIII's manor house (19 – 26 Cheyne Walk) and drink in the echoes of its old residents, from Katherine Parr (to whom Henry gave the house as a wedding present) to the tragic Lady Jane Grey, the nine – day Queen.

Chelsea has always been synonymous with wealth and royalty, ever since Henry VIII and his six successive wives haunted its enclaves, not to mention Thomas More, whose home in Cheyne Walk stands to this day. The King's Road weaves its way through the area, carrying with it an aura of luxury and sophistication. However, despite its reputation for all that is chic and debonair, it still rings with the echoes of its Bohemian past, dispelling all odours of stuffiness. For centuries home to myriad artists – many of the pre-Raphaelites, Turner, the satirist Swift, and historian Carlyle spent their lives here in Chelsea – it was more recently the roosting place for Swinging Londoners, and a decade later, the birth place of punk. The famous Chelsea Art School is still a mecca for aspiring young artists, and lends the area intellectual glamour, whilst the surprising mixture of traditional and esoteric bars and clubs attracts London's Bright Young Things – Chelsea is still very much up for the party!

- Nearest tube station (Fulham Broadway) 2 min (walk).

- Westminster (for Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square): 15 min (tube).

- West End (for The Theatre District, Covent Garden, Leicester Square) - 20 min (tube).

- South Kensington (for the V&A, Science and Natural History museums) - 7 min (tube).

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