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Nestling in the heart of Kensington, these beautifully appointed one-bedroom and studio apartments are perfect for both business and leisure guests.
Each apartment is fully furnished and equipped with modern amenities which blend effortlessly into their tastefully decorated surroundings. All apartments offer a fully-fitted kitchen (including four-hobs for cooking and a washer-dryer) a modern bathroom with shower, free Wi-Fi, and Smart TV.
One stunning large studio comes with a private balcony overlooking the pretty street - perfect for an alfresco breakfast or sundowner!
Originally built on land owned by Sir Isaac Newton, Cheniston Gardens is a quiet, residential street located just round the corner from Kensington High Street with its ideal collection of shops, restaurants and amenities. High Street Kensington station is two minutes’ walk and affords easy access to the City, West End and Canary Wharf.
Cheniston Gardens is a popular residential road in Central London with easy access to the outstanding shopping and dining opportunities on offer around Kensington High Street. High Street Kensington tube station is a few minutes' walk away with convenient onward travel to the key business hubs and tourism attractions around the capital. Just beyond Kensington High Street lies the beautiful Kensington Gardens, where you'll find the Serpentine Gallery and the iconic Royal Albert Hall at its fringe.
Round the corner from Flying Butler High Street Kensington, you'll find Kensington High Street, a major shopping scene running from Hammersmith straight through to Kensington Gardens. The street features a wide variety of brand name stores with cafés and restaurants conveniently sprinkled in amongst them. At its center the high street is intersected by Kensington Church Street which offers a wonderful selection of high end fashionable outlets. If you're looking for antiques, the District and Circle Line connects you to Notting Hill Gate and Portobello Road Market. Oxford Street, one of Europe's most popular shopping destinations can also be reached easily by bus or tube.
A wonderfully eclectic range of eateries - restaurants in this area are known for Italian, French, Indian, British and American cuisines. Choose from regulars such as The Ivy, Wagamamas and Nandos but also venture off the main thoroughfare to find the hidden gems.