About this apartment
Beautifully decorated, our property is perfect for those wanting to experience London in style, with space, natural light and tasteful decor. The living area feels welcoming and comfortable whilst remaining a clean, sophisticated space. There is plenty of room for family and friends. The large L-shaped sofa is perfect for relaxing at the end of a day exploring London.
At the opposite end of the room, you’ll find the dining area. This table seats 6 and pulls out larger. It’s a great spot for a home-cooked meal or if you order in.
In the kitchen you’ll find everything you need to prepare a quick meal or cook up a storm. The appliances are modern and easy to use and include a kettle, coffee maker, toaster, microwave, and dishwasher.
There are 2 bedrooms with comfortable double beds - both beds are made to a hotel-standard with fresh, luxury linens. Each bedroom is spacious and designed to provide a peaceful night’s sleep. The bedrooms are quiet and have blinds that darken the room. The colour schemes are tasteful and there is plenty of of storage space, so you won’t have to live out of your suitcase.
The bathroom is very light, spacious and , renovated to a high standard. It has both a bathtub and a separate shower stall. Fluffy white towels and toiletries are provided for guests. Our property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
The area has loads of cafes, restaurants, pubs and boutiques to explore, as well as conveniently close grocery stores and ATMs. See much more detail under “The Neighbourhood” section.
I hope you’ll enjoy your stay!
Guests will have access to the entire property.
My home is being managed by an award-winning property management service team who will do everything they can to ensure you have a fantastic stay! If you have any questions, please get in touch through the channel platform.
Notting Hill is one of London’s most exciting and vibrant areas. Packed full of restaurants and shops and home to the famous Portobello Market, you’re unlikely to get bored in this neighbourhood. Quirky backstreets and pretty gardens attract many to wander the streets of this beautiful part of London.
There are restaurants on Queensway and Westbourne Grove. Those on Queensway tend to be more touristy or fast-food. There a tons of good restaurants on Westbourne Grove. Granger on Westbourne Grove is particularly good. There is great sushi and Japanese at C&Z Izakaya on Westbourne Grove. Pomona on Hereford Road very near Westbourne Grove is good. It has lighter “California” style food. Masala Zone on the corner of Porchester Road and Westbourne Grove is a good Indian restaurant. The Shed on Kensington Church Street serves gorgeous food and there’s even a Michelin Star restaurant a few blocks away from the flat: The Ledbury.
For cafes, they are numerous. Daylsford Organic is popular. Daylsford is a cafe, restaurant, market and shop on Westbourne Grove too. Also on Westbourne Grove is 202 a breakfast, brunch spot. Also for breakfast / brunch there’s The Electric Diner on Portobello Road or Egg Break near Notting Hill Gate. My personal favourite coffee is at Pedlars at 128 Talbot Road. The coffee is very smooth and mellow and Pedlars is a very cool spot. The nearest Starbucks is on Queensway.
There are many great pubs near us. We usually go
to The Bonaparte. It's a 2 minute walk. Or you might choose The Westbourne Pub or The Cow which are also 2 minutes walk from the flat. The Walmer Castle, Ladbroke Arms and Churchill Arms are also always very good – there is no shortage of great pubs in the neighbourhood that’s for sure!
Royal Oak is the nearest station to the property, just a 3 minute walk away. You can board the Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, which means you can get to iconic main attractions in no time: Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge or St Paul’s in under 30 mins or King’s Cross in 20 mins.
Queensway and Bayswater tube stations are a 7-8 minute walk away and the Notting Hill tube station is a 12 minute walk.
Transport to Heathrow could not be easier: take the Heathrow Express to Paddington station and walk 15 minutes to the flat or take the Hammersmith/Circle tube line 1 stop to Royal Oak and walk 3 minutes to the flat. If you fly in-out of Gatwick, you can take the number 36 bus or the Circle Line to Victoria station and catch the Gatwick express.
The flat is in walking distance to Portobello Market, Notting Hill Gate, Holland Park, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Kensington Palace, Kensington Church Street, Kensington High Street, Paddington and Little Venice. I have even walked to Oxford street and South Kensington. The neighbourhood is brilliant for discovering on foot.
Of course you could always use Uber, Addison Lee, Lyft or Gett to move around too.
I hope you have a lovely time!
- Please note the flat is on the first floor with elevator access!