Regent’s Park Road, Primrose Hill, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 5

Situated within the most prime and sought after street in Primrose Hill, minutes from Regent’s Park and surrounded by a wealth of wonderful shops and eateries, this two bedroom, one bathroom offers the most elegant and tasteful accommodation throughout.

Arranged over the top two floors of a Georgian conversion, the first floor occupies the main living room, beautifully furnished with a perfect mix of old and new with the benefit of a sofa bed for a 5th guest as well as stunning views of the bustling high street, perfect for people watching. Superb, high spec country style fitted kitchen with all appliances and ability to have in house dining. Second bedroom with two single beds and good storage, taking the stairs to the second floor, you will find the master bedroom with an abundance of storage and plenty of natural daylight, utility hall cupboard with a washer and a beautiful modern bathroom with a traditional Victorian sink and a modern shower stall and WC.

Primrose Hill is one of London’s most prestigious neighbourhoods as it offers the perfect blend of convenience to other parts of London, stylish shops, as well as a mixture of casual cafes, local pubs and fine dining. Wonderful open spaces to marvel at the views of London. Only a 5 minute walk to Chalk Farm tube station which serves the Northern line and connects to Oxford Circus and many other tube stops in less than 12 minutes.


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

Bed & Bath

  • Bed 1 – Large Double
  • Bed 2 – 2 Singles
  • Bath 1 – Toilet, Shower Enclosure

Kitchen & Dining

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

 Chalk Farm Tube – 5 Minutes

This small, grassy, hilly park, boasting fantastic views over London, has become increasingly popular with the young, the trendy and the famous. It’s a great place to stroll through and take in the scenery. Having climbed the steep slopes and admired the panorama you can regain your strength in one of the many cosy cafés, restaurants or pubs nearby. One of the most pleasant ways to approach the park is to get off at Camden Town and walk along the canal.

The Primrose hill district is surrounded by the affluent areas of St John’s Wood to the west, Swiss Cottage to the north west, Belsize Park to the north, Chalk Farm to the north east, Camden Town to the east and Regent’s Park itself lies adjacent to the south of the hill itself. The nearest stations to Primrose Hill are Chalk Farm tube station to the north east and Swiss Cottage tube station to the north west.

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  • Leanne White says:

    Beautiful place - not a good location for touring downtown London

    This was not an ideal situation. We had reserved what we thought would be a perfect location and layout for us to visit the sites of London for a week. Then, shortly before our trip, we were informed that flat was no longer an option. While I do understand that these things happen, we found ourselves needing to stick with the same agency to get the limited compensation they were offering for now missing out on our 2nd, 3rd, and even fourth choices. This area and layout was adorable, but a higher price than what we were going to pay for a location closer to the sights and with two bathrooms instead of one . The price, we were told, was because of the premiere neighborhood. Unfortunately, due to the distance from downtown, the location proved to be the major drawback for us. Painful to pay more for something that ended up being the least desirable trait.

    Pros – absolutely adorable neighborhood; great restaurant options with Lemonia in particular; firm bed; nicely appointed; guy who greeted us was great, but we were late because we took a wrong turn walking from the tube and so he needed to get out quickly.

    Cons – street noise is loud until 11PM and then the garbage men make sure you’re up by 6:30; bed is a rock – I slept on the couch; it’s a huge commute to and from downtown every day and you truly can’t avoid jam packed trains at any point; two narrow and twisting flights of stairs just to get to the main room and another to get to the toilet (try doing that every day after a long day of sight-seeing); the kindle they describe in the description was there, but not charged and no cords visible; no information provided to get there from the tube; no info on local restaurants (menus)/other helpful info, and only limited info around checkout requirements. We’re still not sure we met their expectations for our deposit.

    General thoughts on staying at a home instead of a hotel. Overseas destinations are hard because it is so difficult to deal with luggage when flight times do not line up with check-in/out times. The original place we chose said we could check with them prior to arrival and they could handle the luggage. When I asked about this property, the response was “check-in is at 2.” Very disappointing. But they did recommend a place where I could pay ten pounds a bag to store them – ugh. Having to meet someone at the location at a precise time to check-in can be painful as well. If you have flexibility time-wise, it’s a great op

  • Anonymous says:

    We loved this flat and location!

    The only reason I didn’t give this lovely flat 5 stars was because I was rehabilitating from a knee injury and the flights of stairs were a little taxing at times. Otherwise, this flat is A+. Don’t be alarmed by the building’s entry hall and stairs off the street. They are worn, tired, and a little dirty. But the flat is NOT like the building entry. The flat is on the second and third floors of the building, and is very clean and well-appointed.

    The flat is full of natural light from large windows and skylights, and has a spacious feeling, not only because it is about 900 square feet, but because the ceilings are high. The bedrooms are both well-sized, with very comfortable beds and bedding. The bedroom with two single beds is on the first floor of the flat (second of the building), and the bedroom with the double/full bed is on the second floor of the flat along with the bathroom (third of the building). The living room was comfortable for us to relax in, and the kitchen had everything we needed. The bathroom has stand up shower that has good water temperature and pressure. There is a washer, but no dryer. We used a drying rack that was provided, and it worked fine. There is a style of ease and class in the decor, along with interesting art, books, and photos. The flat does not have a sterile feeling; it’s like the flat your good buddy from university owns and is letting you used while you’re in town.

    The street is full of shops, restaurants, and sidewalk cafes. There is a small grocery right next door where we could buy all our food needs. We had three or four places to choose from for breakfast every morning. There are two italian restaurants and one greek one on the street that we tried and were pleased with. Each end of the street has a pub/bar that were great.

    Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park are about three doors from your door. This neighborhood is upscale, but not stuffy. Just lovely. The Chalk Farm tube station is down the street and takes about 3-5 minutes to walk to. It is on the Northern Line and you can get just about anywhere in London from the station. We were able to get into the city and traditional sightseeing within 15-20 minutes using the tube. Camden is about a 10-15 minute walk from the flat, and is a grittier music and art scene than Regent’s Park, full of bars, live music, clubs, and shopping.

    I felt at home in this flat, and would want to stay there again. It would be like going home.

  • Lizzie Deroy says:

    Stunning British flat in Primrose Hill

    This 2 story flat in Primrose Hill is a little gem situated on the high street amongst little delicatessen shops and boutiques. It was a real treat to stay in while in London.

    Just across the road from Regents Park, and only meters away from the spectacular views of Primrose Hill, it’s very central but just far enough to be wonderfully quiet. 35 min walk or a quick 15 min train ride and you’re right in the middle of central London with Oxford Street and Soho right there!

    With 2 bedrooms, one king and one twin, it has everything you need: fully equiped kitchen, lots of light, cosy sofas and a fire place to snuggle up to on the colder days. Tastefully decorated in the quaint British style you will feel at home straightaway, wether it’s just for the weekend or a longer stay!

    Will definitely be back here soon and would recommend it to anyone looking for the perfect London home away from home.

  • Roger M says:

    absolutely charming.

    We spent a fantastic time in flat B Regents Park Road 57. As a little surplus, the steep stairs boosted our fitness. The apartment was very charming und just the right size for 4 people. The neighbourhood offers everything you need. Some stores, if you want to buy meals or beverages. Several good restaurants (British, Italian, Greek, Pub, …) in a range of 5 minutes.

    Just the fact, that the apartment has only one bathroom is sometimes limiting, if you travel with two teenagers, but it asks just a little bit more coordination, since the bathroom itself is large enough.

    Some previous guests noted in their comment, that the flat would be noisy. It is true, London is noisy. Undoubtedly there exist flats or regions in London where you have less noise. But – for example – the helicopters turning around at night, are not a specific problem of this flat. The same with the waste removal crew every morning. It’s London.

    Thanks to Karen and her team: everything went “swimmingly”. We have really appreciated our “long” stay in London and will not hesitate to book via Karen and her team, next time we will come to London .

  • Erica B says:

    Great landing spot for a small family to stay

    Stayed for 4 nights with my husband and 2 small children. The location is excellent- family friendly, lots of restaurants and shops nearby, quick walk to chalk farm tube station. The kitchen is tiny (small under counter fridge only) but totally met our needs as we ate out. Street noise was minor, house was clean and comfy.

  • Robert S says:

    Flat in Central London

    We stayed for 1 week in the property and loved the park next door. London Zoo is 5 mins down the road. Plenty of room for the kids and good restaurants on the same street. The area is buzzing in the day time and quiet at night. Very cosy bedroom upstairs. We gave it 5 stars because it was exactly the description on the site.

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