Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car not necessary
  • No pets allowed

Online payment available via PayPal and Bank transfer.

This Central London apartment is in a Victorian house with period features and antique furniture (sash windows, wooden floors); it is bright and airy with high ceilings. Good access to transport (tube and bus).

The flat caters for 4 people with a separate double bedroom (with a door) and double bed + a double sofa bed with anti allergy bedding. Both bathroom and kitchen have an independent access from bedroom and drawing-room. Bedroom and kitchen overlook a south facing garden. The kitchen has a bar to enjoy all meals whilst enjoying the garden view.

We provide a welcome pack (bread, milk, butter orange juice) for tenants plus the basic food (tea coffee, cereal, olive oil...) as well as toiletries and cleaning products.

The self-catering flat offers Virgin TV/ Wi-fi, a collection of DVDs and books and a printer.

For early and late arrivals tenants can let themselves in via a key safe. We meet tenants at the flat to show them around and describe the amenities around area (the local supermarket the Co-op 4 minutes away from the flat...)

The flat is located in a quiet residential area, it is also ideally situated for all the amenities and attractions London has to offer.

Fluent French & Spanish spoken and written.

Chelsea Wharf with its ten-acre park and access to the river is less than five minutes' walk away: closer is the world-renowned 606 Jazz Club. Sports fans can enjoy the spectacle at Chelsea Football Ground, while bargain-hunters can wander round the auction house (literally at the end of the road) and the antique-shops that have sprung-up around it.

Burnaby Street is two minutes from London's famous Kings Road with its trendy high-end shops, boutiques, coffee-houses, cinemas, bars, restaurants and night-clubs - London's beautiful people throng to Bluebird, Eight over Eight, Beaufort House, Raffles and the famous '151' - all within a fifteen minute walk. The Duke of Wellington Square just 10-minute away from the flat by bus has a food market at weekends and a variety of restaurants and French pastries shops in the pedestrian area.

Transport links to the property - by plane, the closer airport is Heathrow, either take the Heathrow Express to Paddington station and jump in a taxi, the ride will take 20 minutes or take the tube (Piccadilly line) to South Kensington station, with a 10 to15 minutes taxi ride to the property .

Another alternative is Gatwick airport. The Gatwick Express brings you directly to Victoria station, the taxi ride will take 15 minutes. Alternatively, you can go on the tube at Victoria, take the district or circle line to South Kensington or Sloane Square, the taxi ride will be 10 to 15 minutes long.

By train, take the Eurostar at St Pancras International station, taxi ride will take 25 minutes to the property.

Transport links from the property - take a train from the newly-opened Imperial Wharf station (7 minutes walk from the apartment) and join the District Line - which gives access to the whole City with its museums, art galleries, palaces and ancient buildings - at West Brompton station. Or stay on the train to Olympia - or the new Westfield Shopping Centre with its shops, bars and cinemas in just 9 minutes. There is also a connection to Clapham Junction with trains to Windsor Castle and other tourist attractions around London. Additionally there are numerous 'buses to take you along the Kings Road to Sloane Square (home of Peter Jones' Department Store) where you can also pick-up the London Underground rail-system.

The flat comes equipped with linens and towels as well as a washing-machine/dryer for your own laundry requirements. It has polished wood floors and Gabbeh rugs as well as a TV with a DVD player and a DVD library. There is also internet access via Wifi. The bathroom and kitchen has been newly refurbished.

If you want to eat-in, there is fully-equipped kitchen (complete Anolon professional cookware set) and the supermarket is a five-minute walk away. For ultra-convenient eating-out the Lots Road Gastro-Pub is just around the corner, and the Chelsea Ram with its varied menu of food and drink is less than sixty seconds' walk from the front door. For those of a more-adventurous gastronomical disposition, Chutney Mary's (Indian cuisine) is 5 minutes away, and La Famiglia (Italian) is also close-by.

Payment by bank transfer and or via PayPal transfer. There is a 65 pounds cleaning fee.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest Amenities 100 m
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Heathrow 20 km, Nearest railway: Imperial Wharf
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player
General Central heating, TV, CD player, 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 Shower rooms
Furniture 1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 5, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Further details indoors

Kashmir gold work surface and piano shape breakfast bar / Profesional Anolon cookware set / Microwave / dishwasher

Further details

In case of late-arrivals, we will purchase basic groceries (on request).

English/French/Spanish-speaking representative on hand to answer any questions.

Check-in: 15.30 ( can be flexible but please ask before as the reservation is a live system)

Check-out: 10.00 ( can be flexible but please ask before as the reservation is a live system)

The South East England region

London is a city steeped in history from The Tower of London to the Inns of Court to Nelson’s Column to the Millennium Wheel. Kings and Queens, Tyrants and Prime Ministers have come and gone and left their mark. Theatres abound with classics and great new shows in equal number. London is also a shopping city - everything you could desire (and things you never thought to desire) is to be found in Knightsbridge and Chelsea. Restaurants of every type of cuisine abound in every area, and nightlife is the best in the world.

Central London/Zone 1

Burnaby Street is two minutes from London’s famous Kings Road with its trendy high-end shops, boutiques, coffee-houses, cinemas, bars, restaurants and night-clubs - London’s beautiful people throng to Bluebird, Eight over Eight, Beaufort House, Raffles and the famous ‘151’ - all within a fifteen minute walk.

Chelsea Wharf with its ten-acre park and access to the river is less than five minutes’ walk away: closer is the world-renowned 606 Jazz Club. Sports fans can enjoy the spectacle at Chelsea Football Ground, while bargain-hunters can wander round the auction house (literally at the end of the road) and the antique-shops that have sprung-up around it.