About this apartment
Situated in the desirable and beautiful area of Chelsea, this apartment is located amazingly. Excellent restaurants, bars and shops surround the apartment and art galleries, museums and parks are all just a short walk away. If you do fancy venturing further, Fulham Broadway station is a mere 10 minute walk away and provides easy transport links to all over London.
The apartment is located on the third floor of a large apartment block on a quiet, residential street meaning noise is kept to a minimum and a great nights sleep is ensured! My cleaners place fresh, hotel quality linen on the bed just before your arrival. Comfortably sleeping up to four adults in two spacious double bedrooms, the apartment is ideal for couples, groups and families alike. A modern bathroom with both a bath and shower is just across the hallway and shared by both rooms. There is also a separate toilet.
The gorgeously stylish living room and fully-equipped kitchen are found at the end of the hallway. The living room boats two hugely comfortable sofas which face the enormous Smart TV and provide the perfect place to relax after a long day exploring the wonders of London. A dining table is also offered for those who fancy a home-cooked meal, although you'd be mad not to try one of the amazing restaurants nearby!
Designed beautifully, modern, smart and bright, this apartment truly is an excellent base whilst visiting London!
Guests will have access to the entire property during their stay.
I will be contactable by email or telephone during your stay.
Two long high streets, the King's Road and the Fulham Road run parallel to the river, meaning that nowhere in the neighbourhood are you ever more than a few minutes' walk from a world-class restaurant, an exciting little boutique, or an antique shop. Smirking along the banks of the Thames, pomp and circumstance precedes Chelsea’s bohemian-turned-businessman reputation. Influential bands like The Beatles and The Rolling Stones lent their stardom to Chelsea during the 60s. The neighborhood’s Swinging London era fame has abated, and its cadre of punks and hippies has grown into sleek-suited business people stepping out of chic townhomes. Chelsea isn’t always polite—its residents root ferociously for their home team, Chelsea FC.
One of Chelsea’s biggest selling points is its fantastic shopping opportunities; Sloane Square, Kings Road, Sloane Street and Fulham Road to name but a few hotspots. Independent and specialist shops abound; there is a wealth of luxury furniture stores, antique shops, fashion boutiques. You are never more than a few minutes from some of the loveliest shops in London. Venture to Chelsea Farmer’s Market on Sydney Street – not, in fact, a market – for more independent businesses and restaurants; a lovely place to wander around and relax.
Chelsea is blessed with a number of green spaces, including Battersea Bridge Gardens, Chelsea Embankment Gardens and Royal Hospital Chelsea, used for the Chelsea Flower Show. It also, of course, stretches along the banks of the River Thames. There are also many places of interest to while away a relaxed afternoon, including Chelsea Physic Garden, London’s oldest botanical garden, Chelsea Town Hall, home to the Chelsea Public Library and some historically important frescos, and the Saatchi Gallery, a hint to
Chelsea’s artistic credentials.
The area is renowned for its nightlife - lively but civilised - with lots of highly rated restaurants, bars and clubs, frequented by a young crowd.
Chelsea Football Club plays home matches at Stamford Bridge, a stadium which is located on the western edge of Chelsea, near Fulham Broadway.
Fulham Broadway (District Line) station is just a 10 minute walk away and West Brompton (Overground) is 15 minutes away. Frequent buses also run from outside the property and offer great routes all over London!
The London Eye: 30 minutes on the tube and bus
The Tower of London: 45 minutes on the tube and bus
Heathrow Airport: 60 minutes on the tube and bus
Gatwick Airport: 60 minutes by train and bus
Kings Cross: 40 minutes on the tube and bus
National Gallery: 40 minutes on the bus