If you’re looking for the perfect place to stay whilst in London, look no further. My exclusive 1700 square mt apartment is located in a beautifully-preserved period building in South Kensington, one of the most desirable areas in London. Conveniently situated at a 5-minute walk from the tube station, you’ll be connected to the Piccadilly, Circle and District lines.
The flat has been recently renovated to meet the highest standards and features exclusive amenities like a luxurious steam room.
This 1700 square metres flat is part of a historic listed building and still preserves some of its beautiful original features, combined with a sophisticated and contemporary feeling.
The spacious living room is the heart of the property and it’s characterised by a thoughtful mix of different designs, adding great personality to the room. Herringbone parquet flooring and neutral walls perfectly frame this room’s décor. The double-height ceilings add airiness to the ensemble, highlighting the sleekness of the interiors and the unique details of the wall art and the chandelier. The living room offers plenty of seating, either on the comfy sofas, the armchair or the capacious dining table, which seats 8.
The reception and the kitchen share a semi-open plan layout, so if get caught with your stomach crumbling, you’re only steps away. This spacious room is ideal to show off your culinary skills, challenging your inner chef with your best dishes’ preparation. A modern kitchen island offers you enough space to cook up a storm, whereas modern appliances, sleek cupboards and an induction hob add to the amenities at your disposal.
Upstairs, you’ll find access to the bedrooms. Two of them host an incredible king-sized bed, dressed in luxurious linen. Elegantly decorated with sophisticated interiors and delicate design, these rooms have plenty of natural light. The master bedroom also has a contemporary skylight which adds even more airiness to the room. A third bedroom hosts two comfy twin beds, which makes it ideal for a couple of friends or siblings. Beds will be dressed in fine linen as well.
All rooms have access to an elegant en-suite bathroom, with refined lines and a sleek design. You’ll be guaranteed the utmost privacy whilst getting ready for the day in these peaceful rooms. The combined use of glass and marble create a luxurious ambience. Toiletries and soft, cotton towels will be provided to each guest.
Spa lovers get ready: guests will also have access to an amazing steam room. It's the perfect place to spoil yourselves and unwind. Steam rooms are also notoriously known for their health benefits, so you now have an official excuse to lock yourselves in it for your whole stay. The flat also has an additional WC for guests, located on the ground floor.
The property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
Guests can access the entire apartment. It is paramount that we are respectful towards our neighbours.
My friends at Hostmaker are looking after my home while I am away; they are a short-lets management service team who know London like the back of their hand! I trust them to look after you and give you a warm welcome! If you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch through the channel platform.
South Kensington is such an exciting part of London - so much to explore here and in the surrounding areas.
You are under a 10-minute walk from Exhibition Road, where you’ll find the famous Natural History Museum, the V&A, and the Science Museum, and the iconic Royal Albert Hall is just around the corner.
The Admiral Codrington is a popular pub with locals. As well as a fun atmosphere and an outdoor area, the food here is delicious. Try the burger!
For an unpretentious, proper English pub, head to the Devonshire Arms. Only a 15-minute walk from the apartment, you’ll find a great selection of beers, traditional English food, and open log fires in the colder months. The Anglesea Arms is a classic British affair, frequented by Charles Dickens in his day!
You aren’t short of options for restaurants either… Tendido Cero and Cambio de Tercio are sister restaurants on opposite sides of Old Brompton Road. Tendido Cero is a casual tapas bar, with delicious Spanish food and a buzzing atmosphere. Cambio de Tercio has more of a traditional restaurant feel to it and the food, also Spanish, is just as good! Worth booking.
The Bombay Brasserie in Gloucester Road is a renowned and highly-rated Indian restaurant with a skylit conservatory. Very good food.
Nearby Bumpkin, on Old Brompton Road, is a lovely place to go for drinks, lunch, or dinner. The menu changes regularly but is always delicious and has a family-friendly atmosphere.
For Pizza, you can’t go wrong with Franco Manca - just a stone’s throw away.
Open every Saturday between 9am and 2pm, the Bute Street Farmers’ Market is literally on your doorstep! Pop downstairs to explore the 18 stalls - you’ll find seasonal and fresh meat, fish, fruit and vegetables. A great place to grab ingredients for lunch!
For tourism and sightseeing, you happen to be within walking distance of the best attractions in London, the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Hyde Park, the V & A and the Royal Albert Hall. South Kensington and the surrounding areas are really beautiful, so I would always suggest walking where possible. Otherwise, there are buses and tube stops galore.
Conveniently located at 5-minute walk distance from South Kensington tube station, with Piccadilly, Circle and District lines trains passing every 2 mins.
- Please note the flat is on the ground floor and there is no elevator in the property.Get the full listing »