Chelsea is synonymous with art, culture, creative types, and very well known for the annual Chelsea Flower Show (“The World’s Most Famous Flower Show”) each May. It is a larger burrough than some of the others so there is a great variety to the areas where you can situate for your London holiday. The area is rich with diverse shops, cafes, restaurants, theaters, gardens and parks.
Self-Catering Flats in Chelsea:
Below are some of the unique and personally selected properties we offer in this very popular area of London.
|Nell Gwynn Elegant Studio Flat, SW 3||
Sleeps 2 / 0 Bed / 1 Bath / £ 895
|Light, bright & airy studio apartment rental in a nice managed building close to South Kensington. Nearest tube: Sloane Square, 6 minutes…(more)|
|Nell Gwynn First Floor Flat, SW 3||
Sleeps 2 / 1 Bed / 1 Bath / £ 865
|First floor casual 1-bedroom contemporary flat in managed building close to South Kensington. Nearest tube: Sloane Square, 6 minutes…(more)|
|Chelsea Lodge, Tite Street, SW 3||
Sleeps 4 / 2 Bed / 2 Bath / £ 1665
|Ground floor 2-bedroom (with bunk beds) contemporary flat in a lovely brick building near Royal Hospital Gardens. Nearest tube: Sloane Square, 12 minutes…(more)|
|Margaretta Terrace House, SW 3||
Sleeps 5 / 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath / £ 2405
|Gorgeous 3+bedroom, 4 story self-catering home with large sitting room library & quiet location. Elegant Retreats stayed in and loved this most excellent, perfectly London home from home. Nearest tube: South Kensington & Sloane Gardens, 12 – 15 mins. (more)|
|Ropers Orchard, Danvers Street, SW 3||
Sleeps 4 or 6 / 3 Bed / 2.5 Bath / £1405 / £1845
|Modern, spacious 3-bedroom London apartment with on-site parking, terrific Thames water views, cable TV and internet. Nearest tube: Sloane Square, 12 – 15 minutes… (more)|
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Chelsea is a large and lovely borough, a nice mix of quiet residential areas, shopping, restaurants and unusual attractions. It is one of the best places to stay in London, convenient to everything in the city. Bordering Belgravia on one side and South Kensington on the other, with bits feathering into Knightsbridge closer to Hyde Park and Pimlico and Fulham on the far ends. Featuring beautiful architecture on the pretty (and quite pricey!) tree lined streets (with a few modern buildings scattered throughout) and bordered by the Thames, it’s a great place to base for a true live-like-a-Londoner experience.
The King’s Road used to be something of an avant garde fashion capitol in the 60s and 70s, now trending to upmarket designers and popular brand shops with a few couture flagships mixed in. Destination restaurants like Gordon Ramsey mix with casual brasseries and historic gastropubs. Interesting and off-the-beaten-path sites include The Chelsea Physic Garden, The Chelsea Royal Hospital, National Military Museum, St. Luke’s Church (where Charles Dickens was married), Thomas Carlyle’s house and many other National Trust sites where artists, writers and famous historical figures lived and died. Bakeries, galleries, vast varieties of food fare, interesting window and literal shopping, gardens, playgrounds, river walks – Chelsea has a lot to offer the luxury and budget traveler alike.
The tube stops in the area are Sloane Square and South Kensington. The Piccdilly line and Circle line will both take travelers swiftly to all the fantastic areas, sites and attractions of London. Buses abound, especially up and down the Kings Road, a main shopping thoroughfare. Taxis are plentiful and actually quite reasonable, especially after a long day of museums, walks and sightseeing.
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