Welcome to the Devon! Our beautiful large studio is a perfect retreat set on the garden level of a stunning white Victorian home. Situated in the heart of Kensington on a tree-lined street, the Devon is a peaceful studio virtually on the doorstep of Hyde Park and a pleasant stroll from South Kensington's famous Museum Row.
The Devon has a warm and welcoming ambiance. The clever, thoughtful décor provides everything you need for a comfortable city break. On first arrival you will find a spacious communal indoor patio for relaxing after a long day of shopping and sightseeing. The patio adjoins a foyer with gorgeous alcove lighting, where you'll find the main entrance to the Devon property. Step through into the hallway, to a comfy reading spot, an ode to Harry Potter. Along the long entrance hall is the inviting, bright bedroom featuring tasteful decorations, with large mirrors reflecting natural light and a wall-mounted TV for your comfort. Perhaps the piece de resistance of the Devon is the gorgeous sunroom adjoining the bedroom. With plenty of greenery and light from above, it's the perfect spot to dine or have a relaxing morning coffee before starting the day. Perfect for a couple, the Devon is a unique and ideal home for a trip to the capital.
You'll love the Devon's neighborhood - one of the most exclusive and sought-after in London! With a rich history and equally interesting inhabitants - from actors to politicians - Kensington is a veritable treasure trove waiting to be explored! Make sure to keep an eye out for London's iconic blue plaques; this neighborhood has them in abundance. Not only is the Devon tucked away in a peaceful spot, it is also perfect for accessing Kensington's biggest attractions. Kensington Palace, once the home of Princess Diana and now Prince William's family, is just a short walk, as is the expansive adjoining gardens. For a world-class shopping experience, head to the nearby Knightsbridge; home to the iconic Harrod's department store. Pick up groceries from the nearby Whole Foods or pop to Kensington High Street to peruse the shops and cafes. The Devon even makes it easy to discover the neighborhood of Notting Hill, which is bursting with top quality restaurants and the famous Portobello Market. With Gloucester Road tube station less than 10 minutes away, reaching central London neighborhoods, such as the amazing West End, Theatre District and Covent Garden, is easy!
Things To Note
Size: 305 sq ft/28 sq m
Cooling: Portable fans and mobile cooling units available on request
Accessibility/Security: 1 step down to the apartment entrance
|Bedroom|| Dual Queen (1)
||Dual queen Bed (60in x 75in; 150cm x 190cm), which can be unzipped to form two single beds|
|Bathroom||Shower (fixed and flexible showerhead), toilet, sink, and heated towel rack|
- Starter Supplies
- Fully Equipped
- French Press
- No Dishwasher
- Small Refrigerator
- Portable Fan(s) Available Upon Request
- 1st Floor North American
- No Elevator
- High Chair
- Travel Crib
- Drying Rack
- Iron & Board
- No Dryer
- Instant Booking
- Air Conditioning
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Things to See & Do
Kensington Gardens (10 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
Royal College of Music (11 mins Walking)
Distinguished music conservatory dating back to 1882. Check the program for operas and recitals at very reasonable prices.
Kensington Palace (12 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.
Royal Albert Hall (12 mins Walking)
World-famous concert hall built in 1871
Science Museum (12 mins Walking)
Visit the Science museum and watch movies at their Imax Theatre
Museum Row (15 mins Walking)
Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, and the Science Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum (15 mins Walking)
The Victoria and Albert Museum is famous for decorative arts and clothing design
Hyde Park (17 mins Walking)
One of the greatest city parks in the world and home to many famous landmarks including Serpentine Lake and Speakers' Corner
Shopping & Eating
Kensington High Street (16 mins Walking)
Fabulous shopping strip with many big brands including Marks & Spencer, Topshop, Next, and the largest Whole Foods Market store in London
Harrods (26 mins Walking)
One of the world's most famous luxury department stores
Harvey Nichols (28 mins Walking)
Founded in 1831, this luxury British department store was a favorite of the late Princess Diana
Bus (3 mins Walking)
Take the 49 Bus to High Street Kensington, South Kensington (for the Museums), Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, and Battersea Park.
London Underground (8 mins Walking)
Gloucester Road station: One of the most convenient in London as it's served by three key lines: Piccadilly, District and Circle lines. Go direct to Heathrow airport, the West End Theatre District, the Tower of London, Covent Garden, Piccadilly, St. Paul's, Green Park, Buckingham Palace and other famous landmarks.