Notting Hill was re-popularized to Americans by a Julia Roberts/Hugh Grant movie some years back, and is well-known for the Notting Hill Carnival, excellent restaurants, unique boutique shops and of course the Portobello Road Market and Antiques fare.
London Self-Catering Homes in Notting Hill:
Below are some of the unique and personally selected properties we offer in this very popular area of London.
|Chepstow Road House (I), W2||
Sleeps 6 / 3 Bed / 2+ Bath / £ 2240 – 2500
|Art & light-filled 4-story, 3-bedroom walk up home, family friendly, perfect location, with private garden, large master suite and kitchen and dining areas perfect for entertaining. Nearest tube: Notting Hill Gate, 10 minutes.|
|Chepstow Road House (II), W2||
Sleeps 5 – 6 / 2+ Bed / 3 Bath / £2095 – 2395
|Art & light-filled 3-story, 2 or 3-bedroom walk up home, modern, minimalist, cheeky, perfect Notting Hill vacation location. Nearest tube: Notting Hill Gate, 10 minutes.|
|Chapelside Mews House, W2||
Sleeps 4 / 2 Bed / 2 Bath / £ 1525
|Quiet, comfortable mews home with large living room, kitchen and dining area, and flexible bed configurations, perfect for all kinds of groups traveling together. Available now for Olympic Games 2012. Nearest tube: Notting Hill Gate, 5 minutes.|
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About Notting Hill:
Portobello Road markets, shops and antiques; Carnival; Proximity to Kensington High Street shopping & Holland Park strolling; the food, the incredible neighborhood food shops and restaurants! Notting Hill is sometimes looked at by travel planners as “out of the way” from central attractions if looking at a flat old map of London, but nothing could be further from the truth. While it’s true that someone renting a flat in Notting Hill might not find themselves walking to Trafalgar or Leicester Square, similarly someone staying in Chelsea or Belgravia would probably not find themselves stumbling by foot upon Holland Park or Kensington High Street, or any of the at-home-in-London locations close in to this cultivated neighborhood.
One of the major advantages of staying in Notting Hill is the room – the houses are a little larger, the rooms in each house are larger, the streets are a little wider. Notting Hill affords a little breathing room. And though someone rising up from the Notting Hill Gate tube stop will not be impressed with the neighborhood from their initial view of the main street, the rows, terraces and leafy garden squares leading off the high street are luxe, lush and lovely. This is another part of the authentic London that visitors must experience, rich with artists, artisans, culture, diversity, ethnic food and a fashionable air – almost Parisian – to the place.
The tube stops in the area are Notting Hill Gate & Westbourne Park or Ladbroke Grove, plus Queensway, Bayswater, and maybe Holland Park depending on your starting location. Most people in the area use Notting Hill Gate since several lines run through this station and it’s easy to get anywhere you want to go in London from this energetic and eclectic area. The Central, Circle and District lines will swiftly take travelers to all the fantastic areas, sites and attractions of London. Buses abound, including the number 70, which will have visitors to the South Kensington museums and tube station in about 15 minutes (passing many neighborhood landmarks along the way). Taxis are plentiful and actually quite reasonable, especially after a long day of museums, walks and sightseeing.
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