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Stanhope Mews South


  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedsrooms: 2
  • Bathsrooms: 1

from £220 /night

Free WiFi
750 sq.ft. (approx)
Gloucester Road

Charming Kensington Holiday Home on Picturesque Mews

Situated on a picturesque and tranquil Mews, we are sure you’ll love this chic London vacation rental home and will be feeling at home straight away. Just off Gloucester Road, this charming home is just a short stroll to some of London’s most iconic cultural destinations - with the Victoria & Albert museum, The Natural History Museum and the Royal Albert Hall all being within fifteen minutes walking distance, this kind of property is an extremely rare find.

Living & Eating
With an open-plan living and ding area there is plenty of room for four people to relax. Generous windows ensure the space is airy and bathed in natural light. There is a comfortable dining area, with an extendable table to seat up to six people. You will find everything you need in the bright fully-equipped kitchen..

Bedrooms & Bathrooms
The master bedroom features a UK king size bed (5ft wide), and the second bedroom has a double bed (4.5ft wide). The sofa in the living room can be easily converted into a double sofa bed (4.6ft wide) to sleep an extra two people.

The family bathroom is complete with a bathtub with shower overhead, basin and WC.

Access & Layout
The entrance to this property is found on the ground floor, there is one flight of stairs within the home itself leading up to the bedroom and bathroom. 

On Your Doorstep
A 5 minute walk from Gloucester Road underground station (which serves both the Piccadilly and District lines) means you have quick links to the whole city, but you have masses to explore right on your doorstep too.

Finding yourself in one of the city’s most enviable postcodes, you really will be spoilt for choice. Take the short 5 minute walk to Kensington Gardens and you’ll be able to see Prince William and Kate’s new abode, Kensington Palace, in the middle of the manicured park. Kensington Gardens border the magnificent Hyde Park with its Serpentine lake (which even has a swimming area if you’re feeling brave!) and large green spaces. Ensure to make the most of being so close to the museums of South Kensington, a perfect way to spend an afternoon discovering the treasures of the past.

For a friendly local pub try The Blackbird. Or if you are in the mood for something a little more bohemian then check out the world-famous Troubadour.This place has a well-deserved reputation for its fantastic cocktails, character and live music- the Mumford and Sons played here only a few years ago.


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