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Its a great place for diverse activities, with the tranquility of Kensington Gardens and the racey pacey of Kensington and Knightsbridge and the ever educational world of renowned Museums in South Kensington. it is ideal for visitors to the Cirque Du Soleil at Royal Albert Hall showing for the month of January.
This Lovely quaint studio in the heart of everything that matters is in a Victorian Heritage building with an opulent entrance with a real British presence.
The studio sleeps four, one real bed and one sofa bed.
The studio comprises of a lounge with a fully equipped kitchen with all modern conveniences including cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, washing machine, etc. There is also a separate bathroom with a bath/shower.
We provide Linens and towels and a light breakfast of tea coffee and cereals.
There is also a TV with free view.
The transport is incredibly great with High Street Kensington Underground minutes away and numerous bus routes going in all directions at your doorstep.
Every place is at your doorstep. High Street Kensington, Harrods, Knightsbridge, Hyde Park, Natural History, Science and V&A Museums, Royal Albert Hall. I could carry on and on and on.
Kensington High Street
A very busy London Street nice, with wide footpaths lined with lovely trees, adding a splash of green. There are some interesting buildings and nice shops along its length.
Straying off the high street will offer more than a few surprises.
Kensington Church Street offers the widest selection of art and antiques in London.
Splendid Walks Through Kensington Gardens
The location could hardly be bettered, with wonderful walks, monuments and restaurants.
The city’s most popular attractions are within easy reach yet the gorgeous green expanse of Kensington Garden that is literally outside the front door.
Hyde Park, The Serpentine boating lake and the Diana Princess of Wales’ Memorial Playground just beyond. The kids can run wild while you relax with a picnic or a good book.
Holland Park is considered by many to be the most romantic park in London.
Music and Museums
The celebrated Royal Albert Hall, with its fabulous schedule of concerts and shows, is only a short walk.
The Victoria & Albert Museum, the world’s greatest museum of art and design, is a further ten minutes easy stroll.
Next door to the V&A you’ll find two favourite family attractions –
The Science Museum and Natural History Museum.
Two Royal Palaces
Lovers of Royalty adore Kensington Palace, the former residence of Queen Victoria and more recently Diana, Princess of Wales.
Kensington Palace is a working Royal Residence and has a significant place in the history of London.
Buckingham Palace the Queens residence is just a short journey away.
At the heart of London’s best shopping districts
The Milestone is paradise for shoppers, with Knightsbridge, Harrods and Harvey Nichols only a short walk away.
The apartment is on Kensington High Street, one of London’s most popular shopping destinations, while a short distance to the south you’ll find the long rows of glittering shops along Brompton Road, Sloane Street, and the King's Road.
Notting Hill is not too far away with a lovely gentle stroll through Kensington Park and into Portobello Road Market where you can search for bargains of all kinds especially antiques.
To the north-west lies the Westfield shopping centre with over 265 retailers from luxury designers to high street labels.
The diverse restaurants along the High Street are incredible, a couple of Michelin Star restaurants, 5 star hotel dining, to great Pizza/Pasta joints and not to forget our king of what is good/not good McDonalds.
There is also a fusion of international cuisine within the area.
No shortage of nightlife
London’s legendary West End is easy to reach by tube (Kensington High Street station) - you are only minutes from vibrant theatreland –
Piccadilly Circus, Shaftesbury Avenue, Leicester Square and the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.
Dive into the warren of narrow streets that criss-cross Soho and you’ll find endless old pubs, lively bars and countless restaurants.
Close to the capital’s biggest attractions
A few minutes in a cab or a short tube ride away and you’re in the heart of Whitehall, Big Ben,
The Houses of Parliament,
The Cabinet War Rooms museum
London Eye. From here you can board a boat and cruise down the river past the Tower of London,
The financial centre of Canary Wharf
National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.
From Whitehall Trafalgar Square, with the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery, is an easy walk away. Head in the opposite direction and you are soon at Tate Britain.
We have Italian, Chinese speaking staff available. Please call us for any enquiries.
We operate a clean as you go policy and kindly request our guests to tidy up after themselves.