Culford Gardens SW3

4 people
2 bedrooms
From £312 (€435) / night

Why we love Culford Gardens SW3

A charming English apartment, beautifully furnished, with thought and good taste, perfectly located in a Georgian building; a tranquil street, just off Sloane Square, right behind the renowned London department store, Peter Jones.

More than any hotel can offer you, this airy and spacious apartment, is meticulously maintained, fully carpeted throughout and has excellent security with an external camera surveillance system and a resident porter.

Enter the apartment and at the end of the hallway, is a welcoming combined drawing and dining room which faces south.

The room is bright, airy and sunny. The windows overlook a small garden to the rear of the building. Sky TV and a DVD player is available for the use of guests and internet broadband is provided free of charge.

Next to this room, is the compact, yet fully equipped kitchen. All appliances are new. There are dishes and flatware to serve a party of eight. Ample table linens are also provided.

The generous-sized master bedroom, further off the hallway is furnished with a super-king sized sleigh bed, bedside tables, a chest of drawers and two double fitted wardrobes. The en suite bathroom contains a large walk-in shower with high quality shower fittings. The bathroom is tiled with a beige coloured marble and is fitted with heated towel rails and ample shelf and cupboard space.

The modest sized second bedroom has a double fitted wardrobe and two single beds. A second bathroom leads off the hallway directly opposite the entrance to the apartment. Tiled and fitted with a bathroom suite consisting of a panelled bath/shower with gold-plated shower attachments.

When necessary and upon request, an extra mattress is available for a child.

Situated at the heart of the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the apartment is a short distance from the restaurants and shopping facilities on the famous King’s Road and the Duke of York Barracks.The West End and London’s financial district can be reached quickly by direct bus or underground connections.Less than five minutes from Sloane Square tube station, the rest of London is your oyster.

The Science Museum, a fabulous place for learning, playing and discovering. The Science Museum features a host of interactive displays designed to surprise and fascinate – children and adults alike will be hooked.

Royal Albert Hall,the “biggest & best” music arena in town, the Royal Albert Hall is a magnificent amphitheatre that exudes substance, stature and history. The sheer granduer of its ornate carvings make this the natural venue of choice for top performances in Europe.

Chelsea Physic Garden, a blissfully peaceful perfumed garden, the area features a maze of crisscrossed gavel paths hidden behind a high brick wall. Species of a host of aromatic herbs and flowers are labeled for the avid botanists and gardening enthusiasts.

Carlyle’s House, under the care of the National Trust, the Victorian home that once belonged to the 19th century Scottish writer, historian and social philosopher, Thomas Carlyle and his wife, can be quite an experience with its original decor, furnishings and much of the owner’s personal possessions. Widely known for his history of the French Revolution, Carlyle wrote his monumental tomes in the attic which he had soundproofed against his neighbours. He and his wife lived a life full of anecdote and incident and there is much here to delight both those with an interest in literary history and those with an enthusiasm for Victorian interiors.

Royal Court Theatre,
a leading force in world theatre, the Royal Court Theatre is dedicated to promoting new works by innovative writers. An inspiring source of fresh talent and quality plays.

Cadogan Hall founded in 1893, Cadogan Hall was the first Christian Science Church. The building has been converted into a charming 900 seat concert hall and is quickly becoming one of London’s liveliest concert halls hosting events ranging from orchestral performances, big bands, jazz as well as contemporary works.

Natural History Museum. A must-see for visitors to London, the Natural History Museum showcases a fantastic display of dinosaur fossils, marine life and more. Entrance is free and exhibits are a joy for all ages.Harrods,famous for its impeccable attention to service and quality, Harrods in London is the epitome of luxury offering floor after floor of branded merchandise at one of the largest departmental stores in the world. This quintessential shopping experience features more than 300 departments housed within its smart terracotta Victorian architecture. Among the store’s many floors, its seasonal Christmas department and Edwardian Food Hall attract flocks of visitors every year.

Jill & Leon

Property details

Overview

Sleeps: 4
Bedrooms: 2
  • 1 × King Bed/s (for 2 people )
  • 2 × Single/Twin bed/s (for 1 person )
Bathrooms:
  • 1 × Ensuite - Bath & Shower
  • 1 × Shower
Floor Ground floor

Amenities

  • Central Heating
  • Dishwasher
  • Microwave
  • No pets allowed
  • Non smoking
  • Refrigerator
  • Washer / Dryer
  • Wi-Fi
PLUS
Kettle
Integrated efficient 6-9 persons setting?
Freezer
Gas fireplace is for decorative purposes only.
Satellite / Cable: (2) Broadband service equipped with SKY cable television?
Television: LCD HD ready television?
DVD Player
VCR
Stereo
Telephone
Broadband Access

Activities
Sight Seeing
Shopping
Fitness Center
Antiquing
Restaurants
Cinemas
Museums
Live Theater
 

Prices by season

Season Start End Min stay Price / night Discounts
All Year 01 Jan 2015 31 Dec 2015 5 £312 (€435) up to 2 people (GBP 25 extra ppl)
All Year 01 Jan 2016 31 Dec 2016 5 £312 (€435) up to 2 people (GBP 25 extra ppl)

Additional local charges

Refundable damage deposit £500
End clean: £120 (€167)

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