Luxury Holiday Houses and Apartments in Notting Hill

    Notting Hill

    Behind this gilded postcode lies an intimate and welcoming atmosphere that makes you feel right at home.

    From bohemian Portobello Road to chic Westbourne Grove, apartments for rent in Notting Hill are characterised by iconic candy-coloured period architecture. Its romantic streets, lined with traditional mews and Grade-II listed buildings, are paved with a rich history that transports you beyond the movie. The charm of this neighbourhood can be found in its community, among its independent retailers and local stalls. It’s etched on the beloved cobbled paths worn smooth by locals. Staying in Notting Hill’s apartments lets you live like a local, near the cherished artisan cafes, cosy pubs and vintage sellers that are at the soul of its refined character, cardinal to its narrative and central to its appeal.
    A celebration of discerning lifestyles, Notting Hill apartments, London tick all the boxes for a noteworthy stay. With so much to offer, we’ve recommended our favourite restaurants, pubs and bars to help you decide on things to do in Notting Hill.

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    Food & Drink

    You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to places to eat in Notting Hill. For mid-century modern interiors, masterful brews and a British twist on Mediterranean food, Beam is a firm local favourite. Don’t miss out on Notting Hill’s farmers market, a gem for provincial produce and healthy fare. Fulfilling most dietary requirements, an utterly organic, vegan brunch is on offer in nearby Farmacy, while Ukai is setting a new standard for Japanese restaurants in Notting Hill. If you’ve always wanted to venture down under, Australian chef Bill Granger’s restaurant Granger and Co. is bringing Aussie cuisine to hungry London diners.

    For dinner in Notting Hill, HAYA introduces an Israeli flair into Mediterranean cooking. Perhaps you’re on a quest for a memorable fine-dining experience? We recommend visiting Core by Clare Smyth, the first and only female British chef to win three Michelin stars. For an evening tipple The Cow is one of the best pubs in Notting Hill.

    Art & Culture

    Ready to start the day? Notting Hill’s cultural scene will keep you busy. Its leafy townhouses are home to both up-and-coming as well as established creatives, represented by leading galleries. Complementing the many Italian restaurants in Notting Hill, Le Dame celebrates some of the country’s finest craftsmanship. Ross Lovegrove’s studio is another must-see; an award-winning designer and art visionary, he is inspired by the logic and beauty of nature. If you’re an art connoisseur, Siegfried Contemporary is a London based Art Consultancy & Advisory service for private clients, specialising in modern and contemporary art, especially from Europe and North America. Visits are by appointment only.

    If you prefer street art, don’t miss Graffik Gallery on Portobello Road – the prime destination for urban talent. Exhibitions have displayed works by Banksy, Dotmaster, Stik, Alec Monopol. Vessel Gallery, conveniently located next to Core by Clare Smyth, promises to blow you away with its stunning collection of contemporary art glass, ceramics and sculptures.

    Shopping

    Among Notting Hill’s colourful houses sit some of the city’s most stylish tastemakers. The destination for designer brands, Notting Hill shops are home to both local and international labels that are redefining London’s style. From Parisian knitwear by luxury French brand Sézane to a carefully considered edit of upscale designers at Couverture and the Garbstore to Notting Hill’s vintage shops, it’s a treasure trove of unique styles. Eco-friendly options are also catered for; L’estrange’s collection of menswear is both modular and sustainable, aiming to simplify morning routines by creating timeless pieces that are versatile and long-lasting. Taking a different approach, Opumo is a mecca of exceptional menswear and home accessories crafted by discerning designers.

    Indulge in self-care at Diptyque, a Parisian perfumery that combines the innovative flair of their founders – an interior designer, a painter and a theatre director. Alongside its indulgent labels, head to Notting Hill’s Portobello Road market to hunt through vintage numbers and antique goods.

    Leisure & Green Space

    Just south of its idyllic garden squares and crescents of stucco-fronted regency townhouses sits Holland Park. A green treasure, this wildlife rich park and woodlands is where locals come to reset. The Kyoto Gardens where Japanese inspired landscape design comes into its own is a zen spot with calming water features and an abundance of Koi fish. Have a picnic in front of Holland House where you might spot the magnificent tail of a wandering peacock.
    If the sports facilities in Holland Park aren’t spurring those endorphins, Notting Hill has plenty of fitness options to offer. For gym bunnies, SoulCycle will certainly help you work up a sweat; a choreographed workout in a candlelit room, this is one for cardio junkies. BodyWorksWest is Notting Hill’s premier health club, where you can relax aching muscles in their in-house spa. Holistic wellbeing is at the heart of Bodyism, with a focus on both body and mind.

    If you're ready to fall in love with period architecture, vintage treasuires and cool restaurants, our portfolio of Notting Hill housing is a selection of only the finest in town.

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      Holland Park

      Brimming with a village vibe and community spirit, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were far from vibrant South Kensington when staying in one of Holland Park’s apartments, London. Wander through the dainty cobbled mews, admire the crescents of white stucco-fronted townhouses and avenues lined with artisan producers who count the likes of Richard Branson and David Beckham as their customers. The marvels of Victorian-era architecture can be truly appreciated here; Holland Park property boasts detailed cornicing, imposing columns, period balustrades, glass and iron canopies that stretch over grand entryways, preserving the heritage of this historic quarter. Between lively Kensington High Street and affluent Holland Park Avenue sits the namesake park, formerly the address of Holland Park House. Spanning over twenty hectares of well-trimmed gardens, its woodland walkways are home to plenty of wildlife for a truly rural feel. Many Holland Park apartments are surrounded by designer boutiques, exceptional brunch spots and lavish restaurants.

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