Property of the Month | Porchester Gardens

15 Oct 19
Visiting London

Property of the Month | Porchester Gardens

15 Oct 19

London has been a major city for over two thousand years! So why not take enjoy its rich history from the modern comforts of Porchester Gardens.


The Details

With nightly rates starting from just £220, this 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment comfortably sleeps 4.


Find out more about Porchester Gardens. Plus, book this month and receive £50 off your stay (T’s and C’s apply).


The Neighbourhood


You’ll love the location of this stunning apartment. Just a short walk from Kensington Gardens (back yard to Will’s and Kate) Kensington and Queensway will be at your back door!

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Start your morning with a delicious coffee, or English Breakfast if you’re looking for the full London experience, with a trip to Arro – The Temple of Coffee. With delicious Italian espresso, a range of pastries and more – it’s all in the name really. And just a few minute’s walk away from home.


After a day of taking in the sights, it might be time for some dinner, or tea as some of the locals like to say. Just a few minute’s walk away you’ll find Guste REMO, a tasty Italian restaurant with a range of options – catering to vegetarians and vegans too!


Unique Experiences


For a fun night out, children and the young at heart will love a trip to Queens. Enjoy a delicious meal, then pick a lane for bowling, or grab some skates if you’re keen to hit the ice! Then you can be back at Porchester Gardens within a quick 8-minute walk!

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Heading to the cinema isn’t always a top priority when on holiday – but sometimes it’s nice to kick back, relax and enjoy the big screen. Everyman cinemas are a unique space, set up with couch style seating, bar menus and a delicious ‘build your own sundae’ range. Just a 25-minute walk away from Porchester Gardens, or approx. 20 minutes by public transport.


The Museum of Brands is definitely a niche experience, but a unique one to enjoy! Explore 150 years of brands, packaging and advertising as it has changed throughout the ages. To some it may be a walk down memory lane, to others an interesting glimpse into how current events of the time reflect in the products that were sold to the masses

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If you’re a Sherlock Holmes fan then you’re in luck, as you’ll be on the right side of town to visit The Sherlock Holmes Museum. And yes, it can be found at 221B Baker Street (just a short walk from Baker Street station). For those into music, just next door you’ll find London Beatles Store, a quirky merchandise and memorabilia store dedicated to that little four man band The Beatles. And if you’re quite keen on getting that infamous album shot from their 11th studio album cover, the Abbey Road (and Abbey Road Studios) is just a 30-minute walk, or 20-minute tube ride away from Porchester Gardens.


If your interest has been piqued, enquire with the Ivy team today about a stay at Porchester Gardens


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