À propos de ce logement
Come and stay in our lovely, spacious and friendly house. Kensal Rise is a fun and vibrant area with lovely coffee shops, restaurants, parks and pubs!
Our house has four bedrooms, a spacious sitting room, large kitchen and sunny garden
We have a large and comfortable sitting room with TV, and plenty of DVD's.
The master bedroom is spacious with an enormous double bed and plenty of storage.
The second double bedroom is again large, light and airy, with an en suite shower room.
We have just built new bunk beds in the third bedroom, they are perfect for children, or young/ small adults. Please be aware though that the top bunk is really pretty high, our six year old loves it, but I was a tad nervous when I first went up it! In this room, there are also, plenty of children's books to read, and (children's) dressing up clothes to try on!
The fourth room, up a short flight currently has one single bed, with an extra bed underneath that can be pulled out to make two singles, or a double.
The Kitchen is at the back of the house with folding sliding doors to the garden.
Downstairs there is also a large utility room and a toilet. The family bathroom is on the first floor.
Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the whole house (except for one room where some of our belongings will be stored during your stay, this room is additional to the rooms listed in the description)
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Once greeted, we will leave you to enjoy your stay, but we will be in touch if you need us!
Clean bedding, and towels is provided. Please leave the house tidy, but you should know that we will have a cleaner after you leave, so you don't need to leave it spotless!
No smoking in the house please.
My name is Alice, and I live in Kensal Rise, London with my partner Joel, who is a lawyer and our three children. We have two boys and a girl aged eight, six and five. As a family we enjoy taking advantage of all that London can offer us. We enjoy museums, galleries, parks, cafes, restaurants, shows, events and festivals. We also love seeing our friends and hanging out at home, going for a bike ride, playing football, and we have all just started playing tennis (there are courts 2 mins away!).
Sometimes we need a bit more space, and then we might go for a day trip to the countryside; go for a walk, and a pub lunch, or visit one of the amazing stately homes and grounds we can get to. In the summer, we might well make a weekend of it and go camping with friends.
We are fairly easy going, and enjoy living in our house, and as a host I would aim to ensure that your visit is relaxed, and that you really do feel 'at home.