South Kensington is rich with beautiful properties, well-tended garden squares, pubs, restaurants, shops and a concentration of some of the great museums of London. It is a fantastic place to base during a stay in the city.
Self-Catering Houses & Flats in South Kensington:
Below are some of the unique and personally selected properties we offer in this very popular area of London.
|Cranley Gardens Flat, SW 7||
Sleeps 4 / 2 Bed / 2 Bath / £ 1485
|Traditional 2-bedroom London flat with roof terrace and garden views in a superb location for touring. Nearest tube: Gloucester, 5 minutes & South Kensington, 8 minutes… (details)|
|Cranley Mews House, SW 7||
Sleeps 5 / 3 Bed / 2 Bath / £ 2765
|Spacious, light & airy renovated 3-bedroom London mews house for rent with double sitting room, open plan, and extra large en suite master bedroom. Nearest tube: Gloucester & South Kensington, 7 – 8 minutes… (details)|
|Stanhope Gardens Apartment, SW 7||
Sleeps 4 / 2 Bed / 2 Bath / £ 2025
|Gorgeous 2-bedroom, 2nd story self-catering flat with large windows & garden views. One of our very favorites in London. Nearest tube: Gloucester, 8 mins. Cable TV, Broadband, WiFi, DVD, Dishwasher, Washer & Dryer, Microwave… (details)|
|Rosary Gardens Flat, SW 7||
Sleeps 4 / 2 Bed / 2 Bath / £ 1755
|Modern, light-filled, airy 2-bedroom London flat rental in heart of South Kensington with Internet, digital TV, large sitting/dining area and hardwood floors. Nearest tube: Gloucester, 5 minutes… (details)|
We have many more properties available in South Kensington than those listed above. Please inquire with your travel dates and accommodation requirements and we’ll send you a list of available options.
About South Kensington:
South Kensington is vibrant, active, affluent and quite multi-cultural as many diplomats and members of the international community reside or have offices here. Once an agricultural area that supplied city-dwellers with fruits and veg, The Great Exhibition in Hyde Park in 1851 helped pave the way for South Kensington to become a cosmopolitan mini-metropolis housing such world renowned cultural and scientific institutions as the Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Royal Albert Hall which are all within very tidy walking distance of each other. Hyde Park, Kensington Palace and Kensington Gardens are very near, and it’s a short walk to Chelsea.
There is terrific shopping in the area, including both antique stores and high fashion shops to rival those found on King’s Road in Chelsea.
At least 100 pubs, restaurants and eateries are situated in this thriving neighborhood, along with artisan food shops, markets, wine and cheese vendors and other specialty stores. On Saturday there is a terrific Farmer’s Market on Bute Street, with everything from flowers to fish to fresh baked breads and anything in between.
The tube stops in the area are Gloucester Road and South Kensington. The Piccadilly line and Circle line will both take travelers swiftly to all the fantastic areas, sites and attractions of London. Taxis are plentiful and actually quite reasonable, especially after a long day of museums, walks and sightseeing.
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