À propos de ce logement
Recently spruced up 2 bedroom 2 bathroom flat in the heart of trendy yet upmarket Chelsea. At one end of the road is one of London's most famous streets, The King's Road, with its shops, restaurants, bars and cinemas. At the other end is the Embankment of the River Thames, and gorgeous Albert Bridge. Cross this bridge and you find Battersea Park, one of the city's finest. No matter your interests, you'll never be pushed to find something to do within a stone's throw.
It is a well-loved home, newly repainted, decorated with bits and bobs that I've collected from around the world. Hanging on the walls are beautiful works by a local artist, Natasha de Samarkandi.
The flat has also been featured in the January 2017 issue of The Showroom Mag.
Accès des voyageurs
Everything inside the flat!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I will be at the end of a phone whenever you need me! I am also flexible with check in and check out times, so please just get in contact.
Chelsea has been my home for the last 17 years. It is a leafy district within the busy capital, and has everything you could possibly need within minutes. Safe and cool with a fascinating history, you'll love wandering around the little streets reading the plaques on houses commemorating famous artists and authors that lived there at one point in time. There are plenty of traditional English pubs around, including one right across the street from the flat, the Phene Arms, that has a lovely beer garden and is often seen on the television programme 'Made in Chelsea'.
Aspects that are particularly noteworthy are that there is a 'Boris Bike' stand opposite the flat, and that there is the UK's only 24 hour pharmacy within a mile and a half of the flat.
Sloane Square and South Kensington tube stations are within a 10 minute walk. There are also lots of bus stops within a 5 minute walk.
Across the street you will also find a 'Boris Bike' cycle hire station - really useful for tourists.
The flat has SKY and wifi. There is a smart TV which has Netflix, amongst other things.
There is also a hairdryer, first aid kit, cotton wool and cotton buds.
I will leave some basic food stuffs at the beginning of every stay, such as milk, juice, bread and pasta.
Exceptionally conveniently, the UK's only 24 hour pharmacy is within a mile and a half from the flat. They have a team on site who can assess you also.
There is a 'Boris Bike' stand right opposite the flat.
Baby travel cot and fans available.
If loud noise could be kept to a minimum, that would be great as there are other tenants nearby.
Please also treat the stuff inside with respect!
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
LOVE: dancing, driving, fishing, films, the smell of utility rooms.
HATE: selfishness, cucumber, mountain climbing, wet clothes, prudishness.
I've been a Londoner all my life. This comes with a desire for action as much as the ability to sleep through the noise of traffic. Living in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world allows me to be friends with people from all corners of the earth, which in turn fuels the need to see those corners.
I am a great believer in karma and that one should treat others with the respect with which they wish to be treated themselves. This idea of reciprocity is what drives most of the things I do, and upholds my relationships with people.