Upon entering the apartment you will find yourself in the generously sized, open plan lounge area which boasts high ceilings, fireplace and large sash windows. The kitchen area is connected to the lounge which will allow easy cooking if you are entertaining friends and family during your stay.
As you carry on through the property you will come to the first bedroom which features a writing desk, sash windows as well as a comfy double bed. The bedroom also contains plenty of storage place to unpack your luggage.
Further up the corridor you will see the first bathroom complete with shower and bath. This modern styled bathroom is fully tiled with limestone.
At then end of the corridor is the master bedroom. This bedroom contains a king sized bed, dressing table as well as a lavish en suite with large walk in shower, toilet and basin.
This apartment is located in a historically rich area with many of its homes dating from the 19th century or earlier, it is an intimate and friendly area very close to the Olympia Exhibition Center and 10 minutes by underground to Earls Court station. when considering transport Barons Court underground is a 2 minute walk from the property, from this station you will be able to get to most areas of London with ease.
In addition to exhibition visits 'Must Do' local suggestions are: The Westfield - one of Europe's biggest shopping experiences. A mall with a world ranking collection of designer shops, more than 40 restaurants, several cinemas.
Or, try a walk along the north bank of the River Thames, where the annual Oxford v Cambridge boat race is rowed. The Apollo Theatre Hammersmith is famous for pop concerts or, for something unusual, go to Shepherds Bush Market to see a demonstration of London's ethnic diversity, with stall holders, vegetables and provisions from all corners of the world.
Please note this property is not suitable for children between one and ten years (babies are fine).
The focus of this exclusive area is Kensington High Street with its array of upmarket boutiques and luxury shops as well as high street shops, cafes and restaurants. The streets of elegant townhouses, often with white pillared fronts, are classically British and familiar to many as an emblem of prosperity. Behind these immaculate doors are spacious homes, with room for all the family.
Kensington borders Hyde Park - one of the largest parks in central London and a great day out – as well as Kensington Gardens and Kensington Palace where Princess Diana once lived. Holland Park, just West of Kensington High Street, is handy for a walk with the kids, or if you’re looking for an urban retreat to unwind, there are many high end spas and salons to visit.
The second hub of activity is in South Kensington, which has a tube station and a decent selection of pubs, wine bars and eateries. This area plays host to many museums and venues, notably the Royal Albert Hall, the Natural History Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Many consider this the ideal destination for a family vacation to London because of the safe, quiet streets and numerous activities available close to the city centre.
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