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Recent Kensington & Chelsea reviews

  • Gorgeous little attic room

    "More than adequate for one person, Everything needed is there, plus the location is perfect. Warm, bright, cheerful, quiet and lovely. Sixty five steps up and the same number going down plus twenty one steps from the back garden entrance to the front. Loads of climbing stairs! After a busy day of running around London the stairs are a bit daunting. There is no fire escape for this very old , 1832, building, and no fire extinguishers on any of the landings, just the narrow stairs, the only way out. The plumbing is old, crooked pipes to the toilet create an incredible odor at times, I poured buckets of water down the system which seemed to remedy the problem for a little while. The bath is lovely, the floor incredibly beautiful, thoughtful touches here and there throughout. The room is full of light , sunshine pouring in through majestic windows overlooking the beauty of the mansions of white stucco all up and down the street. Quiet neighborhood. Best of all locations, especially convenient, through the back garden door, right across from the tube station, every shop for your needs side by side, right there. Excellent pub on the corner, The Castle, with great sausage and mash, pies and mash, pub fare- can't go wrong! Easy walk to Portobello - Portland road is a nice ,intriguing way to get there- beautiful neighborhoods and buildings along the way.The walkway aside Holland Park to Kensington high street, takes you to every shop you could possibly need. Art supply, post office, hardware ...keep going and turn right suddenly you are at Harrods, just in time for lunch. From Holland park- cross Kensington high street , walk down to Earls court , have tea at a little french restaurant -walk a bit farther to Brompton cemetery, spend some time there, peaceful and beautiful.The location of the Peacock Attic is incredible , the busses are brilliant, the tube fast and easy. I would stay here again were it not for the 65 plus 21 stairs to climb, and the lack of fire safety, London does have a history...one might reckon that that consideration would top the list. If none of that bothers you, do stay here, for as long as you can, I stayed for six weeks, it is a treat and I am most grateful for my time in this little slice of heaven."
    Guest: Mary Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: December 4, 2016
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  • Perfect flat for the Chelsea F an

    "Loved the flat, it's in an amazing location if you're looking to catch a Chelsea football game. In between two tube stations, you will be able to get around to any part of the UK with no issues."
    Guest: Christopher M. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 9, 2017
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  • A very nice flat

    "This was our second time staying here. The flat is very comfortable, conveniently located, and the owner is very responsive. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. The property description and photos in the HomeAway listing are accurate."
    Guest: David S. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: March 3, 2017
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  • Convenient, clean, spacious, great porters, excellent and helpful owners

    "My wife and I just spent 6 days in London seeing the sights. This is a great location. Convenient tube stop. You can easily get around all of London, and also use the excellent train service for trips to the countryside--we did Stonehenge, Bletchley Park, and Hampton Court. Kensington Palace and Park right there, (great for jogging), plenty of restaurants of all varieties, Prince Albert Hall an easy walk. Well stocked, fantastic TV. Very nice, helpful, and informative owners. Porters are a great feature."
    Guest: Michael S. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 26, 2017
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