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The apartment is sunny and stylish.  As soon as you open the French doors and step on to the patio, you will instantly feel at home.
Chic white sofas and colourful cushions create a relaxing vibe in the light-filled living room.  You will enjoy its delightful views over a pretty garden.
With good transport links and a central location, Lord Holland is the place to be when you stay in London.

  • attractive, ground floor flat with garden views and no stairs
  • sleeps 4 people
  • 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom   
  • from XXX GBP per night

Special features: ground floor with no stairs, patio on to lovely gardens, central heating  
Living area: south-facing balcony, sofa, glass-top coffee table, two lounge chairs, side-table and lamp, a sound system, a DVD Player and a BT Vision television with multiple channels
Dining suite: a table with 4 chairs 

Kitchen: dishwasher, washer/dryer, gas cooker & oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, toaster, kettle, iron & ironing board, coffee maker and  a complete set of kitchenware
Master bedroom: a Queen-sized bed with Egyptian bed linen & duvet, side-table and lamp, wardrobe and a hairdryer
Second bedroom: two single beds with Egyptian bed linen & duvet and a dresser
Bathroom: a full bath with power shower, washbasin, toilet, heated towel rack and a full set of towels
Communications: 2 mobile phones with UK numbers, a Dell laptop and wireless internet connection – all complimentary



Close to Holland Park and High Street Kensington, this flat has both green spaces and shopping on its doorstep.  You could picnic while you watch the peacocks in the park or indulge yourself in its boutiques.  Or you could take a 10 minute stroll to the new billion pound shopping complex, Westfield London.
Kensington & Chelsea is the UK’s only Royal Borough.  Princess Diana had her home here and you can see her dress collection at Kensington Palace.  Alternatively, you might want to see the fabulous treasures of the Victoria & Albert Museum or catch a concert at the Albert Hall, home to the Proms, the world’s great classical music festival.
You are close to Shepherd’s Bush Station which has quick connection to all of London’s many tourist, cultural and shopping hotspots.  



 Transport: excellent transport connections to all parts of London

  • Shepherd’s Bush station (5 mins) – central line 
  • Kensington Olympia station (1 min) – district line, London overground & National Rail
  • Buses – many routes from Shepherd’s Bush station