Brunswick Gardens sleeping up to 8 guests
Brunswick Gardens is a sumptuous home of classical proportions and architecture, infused with a vibrant and characterful streak of design flair.
The living space offers tranquil, airy rooms of stunning proportions, with huge sash windows and ornate original fireplace. Accents of vivid colour, plush velvet retro sofas in dusty pink and vivacious orange contrast with the calm, tranquil white backdrop. Contemporary touches, playful poster art, designer lighting, vibrant accessories blend with the very sedate structure and polished wooden floors.
The open plan dining space flows naturally from the living room, elegantly finished with the same blend of old and new; stunning antique rug and solid timber furnishings mingle with sleek perspex chairs for a contemporary touch.
The kitchen is a chic and tasteful blend of industrial greys and soft jade green, with sleek marble worktops and appliances that will delight foodie-inlined guests. Wonderful light pours in, by virtue of the large window.
Brunswick Gardens can accommodate seven-eight people, across four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The bedrooms are refined and epitomise timeless elegance and tranquil calm, in the midst of a bustling and dynamic part of the capital. Crisp quality linen, retro furnishings and quirky touches such as mustard toned upholstery or artwork offer resting spaces which are both restorative and full of character.
One of the bedrooms has a charming Juliet balcony, whilst the pièce de resistance is a delightful, green and secluded private garden, with creeping trellises and elegant parasol along with terracotta pots and dining furniture for a courtyard feel.
Brunswick Gardens offers a stylish and tranquil home characterised by both classical and contemporary design touches, executed with impeccable quality, offering the privacy of an independent home along with hotel-grade services, in the heart of one of London’s trendiest neighbourhoods!
Kensington Church Street is in the very pulsating heart of Notting Hill, nestled between Ladbroke Grove and High Street Kensington, in one of the most refined parts of London, close to the museums, west end, and upscale boutique shopping.
Notting Hill Gate tube is about seven minutes walk away.
Famous for featuring in the film, Notting Hill, and for being home to A-list celebrities, including Madonna, there are no less than thirteen unique shops within a mile radius!
Architecturally, this handsome street is classically attractive in a regal way, whilst mixing old-school charm with cutting-edge new entrepreneurial eateries.
For a pit stop, visitors may enjoy blueberry pancake with bacon at Ffiona’s - offering one of the most diverse brunch menus in the whole of London. The Shed offers organic sharing plates; set up by farming brothers it serves seasonal food alongside a dazzling cocktail list.
Afternoon tea at The Orangery, the royal pavilion in Kensington Palace Gardens is about as civilised as it gets. The Churchill Arms is one of the most beautiful pubs in London, known for its huge floral exterior - whilst a martini at Dirty Bones will offer a taste of arty Notting Hill: a basement bar with DJ’s and kitsch 50’s deco.
The Serpentine Gallery showcases a range of contemporary art and offers a bite-size gallery experience, whilst the major museums are a short distance away, including the V&A.
Just moments from the busy throng of Portobello Road, visitors will find squares full of old school charm and Victorian pubs. Shopping along Westbourne Grove and Ledbury Road will see a jostling mix of upscale interiors shops alongside cutting-edge brands and second-hand stores brimming with records, collectables and independent coffee shops.
Portobello Market is the worlds oldest antique market and sells everything from artisan bread to vintage clothes, ceramics and music.
For a rainy afternoon, the Electric cinema is one of the oldest working cinemas in Britain, offering not only a great range of independent cinema, but also cashmere blanket, cocktails and delicious food!
With its mix of quirky backstreets, regal architecture, artsy crowd and history, Notting Hill is a wonderful place to spend a few days, whether it be antiques, film, food or shopping that interests you! This labyrinth of mews, coffee shops and Instagram-worthy pastel coloured homes - this is a place visitors will uncover hidden gems along with iconic spots!
Brunswick Gardens is a four-bedroom apartment, accommodating up to 8 people, that boasts a small courtyard garden and is decorated in both modern and classical styles.
- Modern kitchen equipped with dishwasher, freezer, gas hob, kettle, microwave, oven and toaster
- Open plan dining room with seating for 8 people and sitting room
- Double bedroom with king-size bed, little desk and armchair, with en-suite bathroom with shower and direct access to the outside courtyard
- Double bedroom with direct access to the courtyard
- Double bedroom
- Small bedroom with small double bed and TV
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Courtyard garden with table with parasol and seating for 8 people
- Iron and ironing board
- Sound system
- Washing machine and dryer