Georgian House London

Georgian House:

House

House

House

The picture above illustrates the main house from the front (one third obscured by the tree to the right). The two additional pictures show the entrance and roof terrace to the apartment. Note access is gained from a separate entrance to the side of the property and not the main gate pictured above (Centre). The apartment is laid out over two floors with entrance from the ground floor with bedroom, gallery and main bathroom at first floor level. For more photos click here.

Apartment for Rent: 

    bedroom

Snoozing

 

We provide accommodation for two adults (Children can also be accommodated; Baby travel cot can be provided). 


The first floor bedroom pictured is at the front of the main house with two windows overlooking the front parterre garden.

The main bathroom is ensuite to this room.

 

    lounge

Lounge lizard

The lounge area, with large cumfy sofa, arm chair and old cinema chair, is accessed directly from the main ground floor entrance off the rear courtyard.

Facilities include:

  • TV with 30+ channels (Inc. Sky sport, news)
  • DVD player & selection of DVDs  
  • Mobile phone provided to enable you to make local rate calls 

 

    bathroom

Powder your nose

The bathroom (ensuite) is modern and all white. It contains a sink, toilet, bath, shower with heated towel rail.  On the wall is an old London street sign.

A second toilet and wash room is also available on the ground floor.

 

    dining

Wining & dining & eats & drinks

The fully functional kitchen and dining area are open plan. Dining is at an old french 'shabby chic' four seater table. A welcome hamper will await you with the basics such as milk & a few luxuries.

Facilities include:

  • Electric oven and gas hob
  • Washer/dryer, Fridge/freezer plus Integrated dish washer
  • Steam iron and ironing board

    Reading room

Reading Room

The first floor is a gallery with double height ceiling and large folding doors onto your own roof terrace.  

Facilities include:

  • WiFi broadband internet access plus a Laptop Computer
  • Stereo HiFi (CD/Tape/Radio) plus a cable to connect to your iPod
  • Writing bureau

Location: 

map

Things to do near by: 

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  • Portobello Market (10 minutes walk - see area highlighted blue)
  • Goldbourne Road flea market with Moroccan tea bars
  • Church Street Antiques market
  • Queens Park, Holland Park, Hyde Park
  • Restaurants and Bars of trendy Nottinghill (We can recommend the best places)
  • Electric Cinema & Brasserie and Nottinghill Coronet
  • The Beatles - Abbey Road
  • Little Venice canal system
  • All Souls Cemetery, with famous celebrities such as Isambard
    Kingdom Brunel, Charles Babbage, Winston Churchills daughter, Thackery etal
  • One hours walk down the Regents canal to Camden Lock (passing London Zoo)
    with its famous market
  • Lords Cricket Ground and Wembley Stadium are also close


Click on map to open Google MyMaps for our map of the best things to do in the area and around London in general

 

 

Transport Links & Access: 

  • Kensal Green station (5 minutes walk) provides access to the Bakerloo (Brown) Underground line and the London Overground Service.These provide a short Journey to Paddington and Euston mainline British Rail stations. You can also easily and quickly get to Richmond and the famous Kew Gardens.
  • Access to Heathrow is simple via the Heathrow Express to/from Paddington Station then on the Bakerloo line to/from Kensal Green. Or let us know and we can arrange a local taxi firm to pick-up / drop-off (significantly cheaper than a black cab!)
  • Access to the City of London (The Square mile or financial district) is best via London Overground to Euston and then a couple of stops on the Underground Northern (Black) line.
  • Access to Central London (Oxford Street, Regent Street, Carnaby Street shopping areas) is direct via the underground Bakerlook (Brown) line to Oxford Circus.
  • The No. 18 bus stops practically outside the house. This provides a service direct to Euston, St. Pancras and Kings Cross via Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes) passing Edgeware Road, Marylebone High Street and Regents Park

Costs & Payment: 

Low Season
Oct, Nov, Dec wk 1&2 only, Jan, Feb, March, April
140/night or 980/week double occupancy

High Season 
May, June, July, August, Sept, Easter Week, Christmas and New Year
160/night or 1120/week double occupancy.  

Note: 

    • Additional occupants (over 12 years old) are charged at 10 each per night
    • We offer 10% discount for bookings of more than seven days
    • All bookings require a 200 fully refundable deposit with respect to breakage and damage

Payment: 

    • 50% of total cost of let due at time of booking to secure reservation 
    • Final payment plus security deposit required seven days before arrival
    • Payment methods: Cash, Cheque, Bank Transfer, Paypal (plus 3.4% UK, 3.9% Non-UK transaction fee)
    • Cancellation must be received in writing (email/fax/letter) at least 15 days prior to arrival. Deposit is fully refundable if cancellation is received more than one month before. After this no refund
      is available due to short notice to re-let.


For booking, clarification or further information please eMail
: laura@georgianhouselondon.com

 

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