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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

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

Our delightful and brand newly renovated Queen's Club apartment sits in the same building as the gorgeous Palliser Road. The street itself is a sanctuary of calm, giving nothing away of its central location. With fantastic local amenities such as a (London-famous) butcher and baker just around the corner, this is old school Britain at its best!

Living and Eating Spaces

Warm wooden flooring sets the tone for this elegant, open-plan living space. Built in bookshelves house fantastic reads, while a vintage trunk masterfully poses as a coffee table. An ornamental fireplace frames the back wall and a soft cream armchair and sofa invitingly bid you to relax and stay a while. A television faces the room, well positioned to be seen from all areas of the living space. The kitchen is stylishly finished and has all the appliances you would expect. The owners clearly had a vision in mind; the evidence is in the small touches. Find hooks, cleverly positioned by the sink for easy access to the most used spatulas, and a few built in shelves designed for wine bottles. (A dining table and sofa bed are on their way - though they are not in the pictures yet they will be brand new upon your arrival.)

Beds and Baths

A master bedroom is done up in peaceful pale tones, while the light wood flooring continues underfoot. There is a double bed in here, and another sofa bed in the living area making this home suitable for up to 4 people. The bathroom hosts a bath with built-in shower, loo and basin.

Access and Suitability

Located on the second floor there is one flight of stairs that takes you to the property entrance, and an internal flight of stairs within the apartment. This home is perfect for groups, couples or families looking for a well-connected and homely base in central London.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
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 DVD player
General TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1)

Central London/Zone 1

When you are ready to venture out you are conveniently located one-minute's walk from Baron's Court tube station (and only slightly longer to West Kensington and the District Line), this apartment enjoys a superb situation with the West End within 25 minutes door to door.

This quiet residential neighbourhood boasts a wealth of local amenities, including an excellent pub, local butcher and cafe all within 60 seconds' walk of the front door. Why not head to the river and try out the well known River Café or simply take a stroll down the well-trodden Thames Pathway. Tennis enthusiasts will be happy to know their neighbours are the well known Queens Tennis club, interestingly the first multi-purpose sports complex ever to be built, and home to the world famous Aegon Championships.

Slightly further afield you come to the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre that hosts some of the most diverse events and conferences in London. Exploring beyond here you'll find the stunning Hyde Park, the fascinating Victoria and Albert Museum and eventually the prestigious Harrods – but unless you are an extremely seasoned hiker we recommend some form of public transport, or of course a 'Barclay's Bike' rather than walking.

Kensington is frequently associated with the city's best dressed and well-heeled. As such, it is no surprise that it is notable in particular for its main commercial artery, Kensington High Street, home of the Whole Foods Market flagship store and a vast selection of affordable brand names. Moving westwards takes you to Shepherd's Bush, home of the behemoth Westfield shopping centre, the largest urban mall in Europe. Alighting at the South Kensington tube stop, you begin to understand the area's reputation as the city's heart of high-brow culture. Right next to the station you will find a tightly knit (and well signposted) corridor of museums and galleries, all of which date from the 1851 Great Exhibition, whose profits Prince Albert used to regenerate the area. This includes the V&A, Science and Natural History Museums, as well as the Royal Albert Hall. The beauty of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park adds weight to London's title of most verdant city of its size in the world.

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