• Notting Hill
  • From £400 per night

Classic architecture refreshed with 21st-century design. Plus, a charming communal garden.

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Capacity: 4

A two-bedroom home that reworks period proportions for seamless, modern living.

From the raised ground floor of an end-of-terrace townhouse, this two-bedroom apartment amplifies the peace and quiet of the residential streets outside. Yes, the cast-iron railings, Georgian symmetry and portico-fronted entrance ground it in Notting Hill’s exclusive architectural pedigree but step past the tapered columns to discover a story of new beginnings. 

The open-plan kitchen and reception room is zoned for cooking, dining and lounging. You can really kick back here. Sink into the sofa with a glass of red before cooking mains in the sleek, ergonomic kitchen. The cosy dining spot can be used as a window seat, too. Its east-facing vantage point means the natural light is best in the morning. Flick through the day’s papers as you sip on a warm brew.  

The understated master bedroom, with its forest green walls and full-length window, has a down-to-earth vibe – a welcome quality after the highs of exploring nearby Westbourne Grove. Stash the spoils of your adventures in the built-in wardrobes before winding down in the en suite. Wash away life’s stresses in the frameless shower, clad in ivory-coloured tiles that are laid on the diagonal. The second bedroom, with its soft tones and south-facing oversized window, is served by a family bathroom. An independent storage area in the hall is perfect for storing empty suitcases.  

On your doorstep: the manicured lawns of Westbourne Gardens. When you need a breather from city life, it’s the kind of spot that will make you forget you’re in central London. 
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    A pocket of peace

    An apartment that overlooks the trimmed lawns of Westbourne Gardens. A place to press pause and soak in the best-of-both-worlds feel. 

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    A seat with a view

    Settle in and watch the world go by.

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    It’s all about the details

    Ornate cornicing, bay windows and high ceilings give away this apartment’s storied architectural history but it has the quality of a recent redevelopment.

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    Smell the roses

    A well-kempt communal gardens is great for picnics beneath the sun.

About the area

With Westbourne Grove nearby, this home puts you in Notting Hill at its most vogue.

Westbourne Gardens is a stone’s throw away from the boutiques, cafés and restaurants of Westbourne Grove – the artery that connects much of Notting Hill. Stroll down the high street and you’ll immediately be drawn to the bright, biodynamic plates on offer at Daylesford. Or the floral scents that drift from the doors of Diptyque. Dinner at three-Michelin star restaurant Core by Clare Smyth shouldn’t be missed. Looking to reconnect with nature? Reach Hyde Park in 15 or take a morning wander along the Grand Union Canal. Sundays are best spent exploring the markets. Both Portobello Market and the Notting Hill Farmer’s Market within a 20-minute walk.   

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