Evelyn Gardens, Chelsea, 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 5

Head over to Kensington, London’s museum quarter and the home of world class museums, bars, pubs and restaurants. South Kensington is home to a rich cultural heritage with London’s best cluster of free museums as well as iconic venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and Gardens.

A brief 10 minute walk from the apartment is the iconic and world famous Natural History Museum. The museum is a world renowned centre for research. Here you can come face-to-face with a giant T-Rex as well as the famous dinosaurs gallery. Experience the epic power of volcanoes and earthquakes at the Power Within Zone. In the summer months the outside area hosts the Sensational butterflies experience where you can come face-to-face with real life butterflies. In winter the museum hosts a winter wonderland ice-rink.

Next door is the family-friendly Science Museum. The museum caters for people of all ages and will keep parents and children alike enthralled. The interactive Garden area is designed specifically for the under fives whilst teenagers will love the Launchpad gallery and the whole family will (educational) movies love the breathtaking 3D Imax Cinema.

Lastly across the road is the Victoria and Albert Museum, named after Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert. Here you can see fantastic exhibitions featuring elements from art and design over the past 3000 years. Highlights include ceramics, furniture, fashion, jewellery, sculpture, photography, paintings and other textiles.

Walk up to High Street Kensington for fabulous shopping. You can find highstreet highlights such as Urban Outfitters and Oliver Bonas. Don’t miss Whole Foods Market, a large organic food store and market housed in a former department store. Upstairs you will find a great selection of world cuisines dishes in the Whole Foods Market food court.

High above the hustle and bustle of Kensington High Street is a hidden oasis, Kensington Roof Gardens. The rooftop area is home to award-winning British restaurant, Babylon, as well as a private members’ club, a series of themed gardens and four resident flamingos!

There’s plenty of green space in Kensington. At the end of Kensington High Street you come to Kensington Palace and Gardens. Former residents include Queen Victoria and Diana, Princess of Wales. Today Kensington Palace is the London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as a museum open to the public. You can visit the state apartments, exhibitions and wander the beautiful landscaped gardens before having afternoon tea in the Orangery.

Kensington Gardens adjoin another Royal Park and one of London’s most recognisable landmarks, Hyde Park. The two parks cover a large area and are home to numerous cafe’s, the Serpentine Gallery and The Serpentine and Long Water lake. Hire a pedal boat, take a dip in the summer or just relax enjoying a green oasis in the heart of the capital.

The apartment is a 5 minute walk from South Kensington tube station with direct access to both King’s Cross St Pancras and Heathrow Airport. Services from King’s Cross also run across the UK

General

  • Internet
  • Heating
  • Satellite TV
  • Linens Provided
  • Towels Provided
  • Washing Machine
  • Clothes Dryer
  • Dining Area
  • Iron & Board
  • Living Room
  • Essentials
  • Garden

Bed & Bath

  • Two Bedrooms – 1 double 2 singles
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Bath 1 – Bath, Shower
  • Bath 2 – Toilet, Bath with Shower

Kitchen & Dining

  • Kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Hob
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Seating for 6 people
  • Dishwasher
  • Dishes & Utensils
  • Coffee Maker
  • Kettle
  • Toaster
  • Fireplace
    Heathrow – 16 Miles
   Car – Not necessary

 South Kensington Tube – 5 Minutes

Head over to Kensington, London’s museum quarter and the home of world class museums, bars, pubs and restaurants. South Kensington is home to a rich cultural heritage with London’s best cluster of free museums as well as iconic venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and Gardens and

A brief 10 minute walk from the apartment is the iconic and world famous Natural History Museum. The museum is a world renowned centre for research. Here you can come face-to-face with a giant T-Rex as well as the famous dinosaurs gallery. Experience the epic power of volcanoes and earthquakes at the Power Within Zone. In the summer months the outside area hosts the Sensational butterflies experience where you can come face-to-face with real life butterflies. In winter the museum hosts a winter wonderland ice-rink.

Next door is the family-friendly Science Museum. The museum caters for people of all ages and will keep parents and children alike enthralled. The interactive Garden area is designed specifically for the under fives whilst teenagers will love the Launchpad gallery and the whole family will (educational) movies love the breathtaking 3D Imax Cinema.

Lastly across the road is the Victoria and Albert Museum, named after Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert. Here you can see fantastic exhibitions featuring elements from art and design over the past 3000 years. Highlights include ceramics, furniture, fashion, jewellery, sculpture, photography, paintings and other textiles.

Walk up to High Street Kensington for fabulous shopping. You can find highstreet highlights such as Urban Outfitters and Oliver Bonas. Don’t miss Whole Foods Market, a large organic food store and market housed in a former department store. Upstairs you will find a great selection of world cuisines dishes in the Whole Foods Market food court.

High above the hustle and bustle of Kensington High Street is a hidden oasis, Kensington Roof Gardens. The rooftop area is home to award-winning British restaurant, Babylon, as well as a private members’ club, a series of themed gardens and four resident flamingos!

There’s plenty of green space in Kensington. At the end of Kensington High Street you come to Kensington Palace and Gardens. Former residents include Queen Victoria and Diana, Princess of Wales. Today Kensington Palace is the London residence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as well as a museum open to the public. You can visit the state apartments, exhibitions and wander the beautiful landscaped gardens before having afternoon tea in the Orangery.

Kensington Gardens adjoin another Royal Park and one of London’s most recognisable landmarks, Hyde Park. The two parks cover a large area and are home to numerous cafe’s, the Serpentine Gallery and The Serpentine and Long Water lake. Hire a pedal boat, take a dip in the summer or just relax enjoying a green oasis in the heart of the capital.

The apartment is a 5 minute walk from South Kensington tube station with direct access to both King’s Cross St Pancras and Heathrow Airport. Services from King’s Cross also run across the UK

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