Elegant London living is yours at the Danebury, a gorgeous two-bedroom home situated on a quiet mews right in the heart of Notting Hill near famous Portobello Road Market. Mews are the most sought-after property locations in London thanks to their charming atmosphere and luxurious home setting. This is one of only a handful of mews homes to have a private rooftop terrace, and it's a spectacular one.
If you’ve dreamed of staying in Notting Hill, this is the perfect home base. Located in a quiet but central spot, you’ll be a short stroll from famous “Notting Hill” movie sites such as Hugh Grant’s blue front door, the Notting Hill Bookshop, the Coronet cinema and Nobu Japanese restaurant. On Portobello Road you can hit the antique market first thing - before the crowds arrive. Explore the cute little boutiques and excellent shopping along Ledbury Road and Westbourne Grove, or book a table at The Ledbury for Michelin-starred dining. Just a short walk in the other direction is the popular Diana Memorial Playground surrounded by the expansive Kensington Palace and Gardens.
Step in the private entrance to find a beautiful dining area and thoroughly modern kitchen. Head up the stairs to the next level where two stunning bedrooms are facing towards the Mews, each with full en suite bathrooms. The home’s third bathroom is on the first level, along with the private garage and laundry facilities. Another flight of stairs up leads to a chic living area, which covers the entire level. The high-quality sofa converts into a comfortable bed, which means this lovely home offers a comfortable stay for up to six guests. The living area is full of light thanks to the two sets of large windows and a large skylight that can be reached by a unique staircase leading to the rooftop terrace. The sofa on the terrace is an inviting spot to sit back, relax and enjoy a quiet moment or catch up with family and friends.
Two Tube stations and plenty of bus lines nearby means you’ll have easy access to all of London’s top sights quickly and easily. After a day of exploring, you’ll look forward to returning home to savor the refined, comfortable setting of the Danebury. Read more on why Notting Hill is the perfect neighborhood here.
Things To Note
- Starter Supplies
- Fully Equipped
- Coffee Maker
- Nespresso Style Coffee Machine
- High Chair
- Travel Crib
- Balcony with Seating
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Things to See & Do
Notting Hill (9 mins Walking)
Trendy area famous for the Hugh Grant movie of the same name and the Notting Hill carnival. You'll also find a plethora of shops, antique stores, cafes and restaurants.
Kensington Gardens (14 mins Walking)
This beautiful Royal Park is home to Kensington Palace, the Italian Gardens, Albert Memorial, Peter Pan Statue, the Serpentine Galleries and the Princess Diana Memorial playground and fountain
Kensington Palace (14 mins Walking)
Official residence of Prince William and Duchess Kate. The State Rooms are open to the public and feature antiques, memorabilia and fashions from Queen Elizabeth through to Princess Diana.
Portobello Market (18 mins Walking)
Famous antiques market in Notting Hill Gate; be sure to go early on Saturday
Hyde Park (23 mins Walking)
One of the greatest city parks in the world and home to many famous landmarks including Serpentine Lake and Speakers' Corner
Museum Row (30 mins Walking)
Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, and the Science Museum
Shopping & Eating
Kensington High Street (23 mins Walking)
Fabulous shopping strip with many big brands including Marks & Spencer, Topshop, Next, and the largest Whole Foods Market store in London
Bus (6 mins Walking)
Take the 27 Bus to High Street Kensington, Notting Hill Gate, Baker Street, and Camden.
London Underground (8 mins Walking)
Notting Hill Gate station: Take the Central line to White City (Westfield London), Marble Arch, Bond Street, Oxford Street and St Paul's. Or take the District and Circle line to South Kensington, Victoria, St James's Park, and Westminster (for Big Ben, Thames River, and London Eye).