About this listing
A really fabulous two bedroom garden flat presented in beautiful condition and furnished with great style and flair. The property is spacious and benefits from wooden floors, a large reception room, terrace and a very cool Notting Hill W11 location.
This charming garden apartment is presented in immaculate condition and is perfectly set up for holiday stays. The accommodation comprises: Large luxury open-plan style reception room and kitchen, natural dining area, a large master bedroom, small 2nd bedroom/study with sofa bed, shower room, separate cloakroom, utility cupboard, large terrace.
The property is a secure self-contained garden flat with its own private access. Please note that the owner lives in the house above and has use of part of the garden - the apartment has exclusive use of the patio terrace which extends immediately out from large sliding doors. Please note also that there is a door between the garden flat and the main house but this is securely locked during a guests stay and is therefore not in use. NB the owner has cats and dogs which might roam the garden from time to time.
The Cock & Bottle on Needham Road is a proper, old-fashioned watering hole, but the young crowd tends to descend on the Walmer Castle on Ledbury Road.
Western Food & Wine on West-bourne Grove or Rococo News and Magazines on Elgin Crescent.
MH Dairies will deliver milk to your doorstep (;
Butchers, bakers and candlestick makers
The local branch of Daylesford Organic, on Westbourne Grove, provides all manner of provisions
-at a price. Those on the hunt for bread can shop in the aforementioned emporium or walk around the corner to Ottolenghi (or, as some call it, ‘Lotto-spendi’), and anyone in search of perfumed candles can pop into Diptyque.
Tom’s Deli on Westbourne Grove or The Grocer on Elgin and Mr Christian’s (both on Elgin Crescent) are well stocked with all manner of delicious gastronomic goodies.
Perhaps London’s most famous market, Portobello Market takes up a two-mile long stretch of Portobello Road, and is split up into different sections. When walking up from the Tube, antiques
is the first section you come across, next is food, and, finally, fashion is a collection of stalls that sprawls under the Westway. For good fruit and veg, head straight for the stalls opposite the Electric Cinema.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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Hello my name is Robin and I'm a Real Estate professional that has lived and worked in London for over 20 years. Along with my colleagues Ollie, Harry and Federica we specialise in holiday lettings in Prime Central London and pride ourselves on providing an unrivalled 'hands-on' airbnb service to both hosts and guests alike. Please note that my birthname is Robin but I am known as 'Tim' so if you call me then please don't be surprised when I answer as Tim!