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WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR STAY?
- Personal welcome by a member of staff
- Airport transfer arrangements on arrival and departure
- Welcome Brochure with useful recommendations about the area
- Breakfast delivery, a private chef or food shopping before you arrive
- FREE travel concierge and access to London group tours
- 24/7 support during your stay
- WIFI and free international calls as well as a local mobile for you to use.
- toiletry set and a bottle of wine to say thank you for choosing us.
This is a beautiful Victorian property, featuring high-ceilings, light, spacious rooms and plenty of character. As you enter you will find the double yet cosy living area that also includes a double sofa bed, antique pieces, thoughtful lighting and an ambiance of a stylish yet welcoming home. Further down the corridor to the back of the house the large open plan kitchen and dining area opens up to the quaint garden. The kitchen is fully equipped inclusive of SMEG appliances and a dining table seating 6. On the first level you will find a double bedroom and a single child's room, a fairytale for a little girl. Also on this level the family bathroom complete with shower and double bath. Further up a few steps the large master bedroom will take your breath away, with it's careful decorations, impressive size, double windows and a king size bed.
Closest tube station: Parsons Green or Fulham Broadway.
Less than three and a half miles away from the city centre, Fulham is a vibrant area within the London Borough Hammersmith and Fulham. It lies directly across the river from Putney and Barnes and is well served by the District Line as well as a the river boat service! One of Chelsea’s siblings, there is plenty to commend Fulham as a neighborhood in its own right: many green spaces, independent boutiques, tree-lined roads and the renowned River Café restaurant, making it one of London’s most desirable (and expensive) areas to live. It is also the home of Stamford Bridge, Chelsea FC’s football stadium and Fulham Palace, the former residence of the Bishops of London from 704 onwards, which is today a museum recounting the history of the building. Famed for its wonderful pubs and open spaces, Fulham is an excellent base for both locals and visitors.