Kensington High Street, Kensington, 1 Bedroom, 1.5 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
This exceptional one bedroom holiday rental is set in one of the most charming and quintessentially ‘London’ parts of the capital. This exclusive apartment is in the heart of most desirable residential district ‘Kensington’ It is a short walk to Kensington High Street tube station and all of the fabulous shops, department stores, cafes and restaurants the area has to offer.
The apartment is situated on the 3rd floor, fitted with underfloor heating and air conditioning throughout. Upon entering the flat you are greeted with a large hallway, walking straight ahead to the gorgeous, bright, open plan living space which features luxurious furnishing including a comfortable sofa (also works as a sofa bed for 2 guest) and armchair, TV with cable and WIFI, and dining area for 4 people.
The real star of the holiday rental is the fabulous and spacious fitted kitchen. Appliances include an induction hob and Nespresso coffee maker, as well as dishwasher, washing machine, dryer and large fridge. Please see the facilities list below for more information. To cook with, there is a built in oven for preparing fantastic meals as well as microwave for quicker dinners or long lazy lunches made with produce from the area’s great markets, the breakfast bar is perfect as a working space or casual dining.
Back to the hallway, you will find a separate WC, ideal for any visiting guests. Next you come to the generously sized master bedroom complete with UK king size bed, sleeping two guests. The rest of the room also includes a large fitted wardrobe with considerable space. The room is decorated and finished in a modern style and to a very high standard, as is the rest of the apartment. Rest easy on sumptuous sheets and beautifully soft bed linen. The marble fitted en-suite bathroom is fully tiled and offers a shower over bath, sink and WC. We have provided all your toiletries and travel essentials as well as plush, fluffy white towels.
Local tube stations include Kensington High Street on the Circle and District line with easy access to Heathrow terminals 1,2 & 3 in around 25 minutes and to St Pancras International, the London terminus of Eurostar in around 20 minutes as well as services across the capital.
- Satellite TV
- Linens Provided
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
- Clothes Dryer
- Dining Area
- Iron & Board
- Living Room
- Air Conditioning
Bed & Bath
- Bed 1 – Large Double
- Bath 1 – Bath with shower
- Bath 2 – Toilet
Kitchen & Dining
- Seating for 4 people
- Dishes & Utensils
Close by your holiday home are both Kensington high street with gorgeous shops, bars, pubs and restaurants as well as South Kensington, London’s museum quarter. You’ll find a rich world of cultural heritage here with the capitals best cluster of free museums alongside iconic buildings like Kensington Palace Gardens and the Royal Albert Hall.
The world famous Natural History Museum is a short 15 minute walk or 8 minute bus ride from the Mews House. The museum is one of London’s real gems, a world renowned centre for research into the natural world as well as being a fantastic day out. You can come face-to-face with a T-Rex skeleton or take a journey through the Earth sculpture as you explore the Red Zone. In the summer months the grounds play host to the ‘Sensational Butterflies’ experience. Here you can get close up with giant butterflies and moths as they fly around and land on you. In winter the museum also hosts a ice rink.
Across the street is another icon museum, the Science Museum. The Science Museum caters to people of all ages and can keep both young and old enthralled. There are interactive displays, galleries and attractions as well as the 3D Imax cinema showing fantastic science related documentaries and films.
Finally we come to the Victoria and Albert Museum. Named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, it is one of many monuments in the area to the Royal couple. Explore exhibitions of art, jewellery, design and clothing from the past 3000 years. Highlights include furniture, sculptures, fine ceramics and textiles.
Kensington high street seamlessly blends Victorian and modern architecture to create an area which emotes real elegance. You’ll get a feel of polished refinement and perfect finishing. Don’t worry, behind this Kensington has a genuinely inviting nature. High street highlights include Urban Outfitters and Whole Foods Market. Stop by the large organic food store and market set in a former department store. Find a delicious, healthy and reasonably priced lunch or dinner to eat in store or on the go.
Above the busy Kensington High Street you can find the hidden oasis of Kensington Roof Gardens. Sitting atop fabulous old buildings, the area is home to the award winning restaurant, Babylon. There are also beautiful gardens, four resident flamingos and fantastic bars to boot.
Kensington is home to some of London’s largest and most beautiful green spaces. At one end of Kensington High Street you’ll find Kensington Palace, and perhaps catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in their London residence before exploring the palace museum.
Explore the beautifully kept Kensington gardens which lead into another Royal Park and one of London’s most instantly recognisable landmarks, Hyde Park. The two parks cover a vast swath of West London and are home to numerous cafe’s as well as the Serpentine Gallery and the Serpentine and Long Water lakes. Enjoy them on a sunny day by hiring a pedal boat or by taking a relaxing and cooling dip in the water. Or just relax and enjoy the beautiful green oasis.
Heathrow – 16 Miles
Car – Not necessary
High Street Kensington
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