About Artesian Village
"Artesian Village" is a small, leafy area, located just north of Westbourne Grove in Notting Hill
Notting Hill Gate Underground station is within, 715 metres
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in time is flexible
Check out by 12PM (noon)
You must also acknowledge
Must climb stairs
Carbon monoxide detector
On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 2 nights.
January is a lovely lady – which is why I'm sad to write this review. The check in stated was flexible; when I decided to check in there was nobody there to meet me. There was another Airbnb lodger in the home (which was not stated in the ad) that was suppose to meet me. She wasn't there. I had to walk to the real estate agency to collect keys because January was out of London. When I got in, the room was a mess and the bed wasn't made. January claimed that she expected me the next day. This is strange, because I had a discussion with your about the day of my arrival and a delivery I was expecting. To top it off, there was no WiFi! That however was fixed when the other Airbnb guest came back. I think the worst part about the trip was when I decided to get a midnight snack in the kitchen, I opened the door and saw January sleeping in the living room (it's connected to the kitchen). The room had a window that wouldn't close and it rained (I had to close the shade to keep the rain out). She has two bedrooms, but the other room was occupied by another Airbnb guest. January is clearly not ready to take Airbnb guests. While she seems to be a nice person, this is a business transaction and I expect to received the goods I paid for. Her is overpriced for what she is charging and she needs to make a room that's clean and prepared to receive guests. Everything is fixable and January is new, but common sense is a big player in hosting guests. Treat the guest how you would like to be treated. She's nice, but she needs to work on her basic hospitality skills. I cannot recommend this property.