Tucked away in the heart of the historic center of Old Chelsea, the quintessentially English Wellington vacation rental home dates from 1835. This three bedroom, three bathroom house is located in one of the quietest streets in Chelsea, but is only a short walk from the first-class amenities of the King's Road.
Enjoy strolling along the Thames, or jump on one of our MBNA Thames boats and visit such sights such as the Tower of London or Shakespeare’s Globe. Cross over the road to explore the expansive grounds of Battersea Park Zoo or discover the plethora of restaurants, pubs, and shops in Chelsea such as the famed Ivy Chelsea Garden. A visit to the Chelsea Flower Show (book your tickets well in advance or let us advise you) or Chelsea Physic Garden is a must.
The Wellington's best-kept secret is found outside, where a beautiful garden patio serves as an ideal setting for warm evenings. Every detail in this impeccable London home has been carefully curated. This one-of-a-kind rental is for discerning travelers seeking the finest accommodation in London and who will lovingly care for the luxurious property as if it were their own home. The Wellington is furnished with a beautiful mix of antiques and contemporary works of art. Step inside to find a wonderful double living room with an antique boarded floor and gas fireplace. On the upper floor, there is a superb master suite comprising a vaulted bedroom with an oak floor and a luxurious marble-clad en-suite. On the upper half-landing is a single bedroom overlooking the secluded rear courtyard garden. At the front of the lower ground level is another lovely bedroom, also with an en-suite bathroom.
The spacious lower ground level also has a beautiful open plan dining room, which seats eight people, and a fully equipped kitchen with top-range fittings, including a three-oven Aga cooker. Enjoy sunny moments in the conservatory with French windows opening onto the garden - a rare feature for a central London home. Find out why Chelsea is the ideal neighborhood here.
Things To Note
- Starter Supplies
- Fully Equipped
- Coffee Maker
- French Press
- Nespresso Style Coffee Machine
- 1st Floor North American
- Iron & Board
- Washer/Dryer Combo
- Patio Garden
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Things to See & Do
National Army Museum (2 mins Walking)
The British Army's central museum
Royal Hospital (3 mins Walking)
Home to the iconic red-coated Chelsea Pensioners, who are all retired soldiers of the British Army
Thames River (6 mins Walking)
Enjoy a leisurely walk along the banks of the river or board a scenic boat cruise to see some of London's most famous sights
Battersea Park & Children's Zoo (10 mins Walking)
Large parkland with woods, lake, adventure playground and children's zoo
Museum Row (17 mins Walking)
Victoria & Albert Museum, Natural History Museum, and the Science Museum
Hyde Park (25 mins Walking)
One of the greatest city parks in the world and home to many famous landmarks including Serpentine Lake and Speakers' Corner
Royal Albert Hall (25 mins Walking)
World-famous concert hall built in 1871
Westminster Abbey (45 mins Walking)
London's most visited cathedral has been the setting for every Coronation and many royal weddings. Famous burials include Charles Dickens, Sir Isaac Newton, Rudyard Kipling, and Sir Laurence Olivier.
Shopping & Eating
King's Road (3 mins Walking)
Famous shopping street filled with boutiques, designer stores, cafes and restaurants
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay (4 mins Walking)
Ramsay's flagship restaurant has three Michelin stars, delicious French dishes, and is a favorite among London's rich and famous
Sloane Square (8 mins Walking)
Bustling shopping area that is home to the Peter Jones department store, designer boutiqes, cafes, restaurants and the Sloane Square Underground Station
Bus (7 mins Walking)
Take the 11 Bus to St. Paul's Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, Horse Guards Parade, Parliament Square, St. James's Park, and Victoria Station.
London Underground (20 mins Walking)
Sloane Square station: Take the District & Circle line to South Kensington, Victoria, St James's Park, and Westminster (for Big Ben, Thames River, and London Eye).