Cosy 1 BR Notting Hill
- 4 Guests
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
If you like Art & Novelty, you will feel right at home here.
Situated on the 3rd floor with comfortable and cozy rooms (60m2).
This airy and luminous flat has been renewed protecting its original high ceilings and features. It has a spacious living room with Victorian arched windows overlooking Kensington Gardens Square.
There is a beautiful master bedroom with an ultra comfortable bed and a sofa bed which can accommodate 4 guests. The flat also contains an immaculate classic British bathroom & bathtub and a fully fitted kitchen equipped with, juicer, dishwasher, washing machine, etc.
The flat has been featured on ELLE DECOR magazine for its "British air" and glamorous decoration.The property also benefits from access to private gardens.
Kensington Gardens square is ideally located.
You can have a walk on the peaceful streets of Notting Hill and the more lively ones such as Westbourne Grove and Queensway full of restaurants, supermarkets, shops and bars.
The apartment is very well connected to public transportation, 2 min walk to the Bayswater Tube station (Circle + District).
You can discover the Royal Albert hall, Kensington Palace, Science Museum Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park , Harrods and shops of Knightsbridge. All other attractions (London Eye, British museum, Covent Garden , Notting Hill) are accessible by tube down the street.
This apartment is perfect for those on holiday or business, or in transition while looking for a long let.
Property Type & Family
- Children Welcome
- Babies Welcome
- Toddlers Welcome
- Dishes & Utensils
- Dining Seats
- Dining Area
- Washing Machine
- Iron & Board
About Notting Hill
Perhaps it was Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts who made Notting Hill as famous as it is today or may be the festival? Whatever it is we almost feel that Notting Hill needs little introduction.
Notting Hill is one of the most famous iconic areas in London and the world. Due to the Caribbean influx of the 1950’s Notting Hill has a carnival every August, on the Sunday and bank holiday. It is also in the Kensington and Chelsea area and despite its communal past is very much part of the affluent side of London.Find Out More