Top 5 holiday homes near Fashion and Textile Museum, London
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting London, Fashion and Textile Museum has to be high on your list of things to see. It's renowned for a reason, so be sure to go and see what all the fuss is about. It isn't every day you find yourself so close to something so special.
Where to stay near Fashion and Textile Museum, London
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Click to book Central Seclusion now: from £255 per night Mentioned in the Domesday Book, painted by Turner and within earshot of the bells of Mary-le-Bow church – and thus considered Cockney by many – the London enclave of Bermondsey remains close to the action. A five-minute walk to Canada Water station will see you quickly shopping or attending a meeting in Docklands or the City, while the nightlife and galleries of the East End and countless shops of the West End are within easy reach, too – as is the River Thames. Sipping your tea (milk and sugar optional) on the balcony, cast your eye over the treetops and church towers of South-east London, or spot the angled towers and domes created by London’s architectural innovators through the centuries. Alternatively, relax in the light and bright modern sitting room and enjoy the flat-screen TV and fast internet access. This apartment in a new-build block has everything you need to work remotely, plus a fully equipped kitchen and two double bedrooms. Why not bring the whole family? There’s a cot provided, and the flat is under an enhanced cleaning regime. This is a designated executive flat, ideal for preparing for business meetings or sightseeing. Whatever you're in town for, make the most of your trip from this surprisingly secluded and quiet Bermondsey base. Sleeps up to 5 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Albermarle Showcase now: from £200 per night Standing proud amid a handsome row of upmarket Victorian buildings, along a quiet, leafy street, you’d be forgiven for thinking this home wasn’t in central London. But take a stroll around the corner from this elegant retreat and you’ll realise this is right within the hustle and bustle of Sloane Square, one of the city's most glamourous locations for shopping, culture, and dining, with a tube station just a two-minute walk away. How’s that for a prime location? Stepping inside this refined apartment, the high, cornice ceilings and original artwork from the Albermarle Gallery create impact, whilst not deterring from the green views seen through those incredible full-height windows. Open the balcony doors to let the sunshine in, as you come together for a leisurely morning breakfast with the papers at the dining table. Just don’t laze around for too long – London is calling. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
A Piece of Heaven
Click to book A Piece of Heaven now: from £295 per night A gorgeous one-bedroom Georgian house that comes with a lush garden and beautiful curation of art. Seconds away from King's Cross station, experience a fantastic stay that will make you want to come back. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Prince Luxe now: from £699 per night On the prettiest street imaginable, this luxurious home allows families to live the West London dream in the heart of Chelsea. You’re moments away from galleries, boutiques and trendy restaurants as King’s Road is a one-minute walk. Spread across three floors, there are two living rooms so the family can spread out – one for entertaining by the fireplace, and one for reclining in front of the big TV. For a quiet moment, a small office space in the base is secluded away from the rest of the house. There’s plenty of room for the bustle of breakfast time in the big kitchen. A wall of mirrors gives a good sense of space in the formal dining room inside, while the woven wooden walls around the outdoor terrace offer a bit of privacy should you wish to dine alfresco. Sleeps up to 7 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Click to book Noble Circle now: from £2000 per night It’s hard to know where to begin with this English Lord's opulent Georgian home. We could talk for hours about the attention and care that has gone into its grand interior, but in the interest of brevity, we’ll just give you the highlights. A Grade II listed home, it’s been renovated in lavish Regency style. Step through the front door and you’ll be transported to another era, with splendid Art Deco artefacts, traditional paint colours, a library filled with leather-bound books, museum-worthy artwork and crockery monogrammed by Elizabeth Royal. Indeed, the master bedroom is fit for a queen, with a bespoke William Morris four-poster bed, and a boudoir-style en-suite. The other bedrooms are equally splendid, with a plush boutique feel and silver keys for each provided in a velvet pouch. It’s those little details that take the home from superb to outstanding (you can even choose your own bespoke scented candle). We could spend hours just wandering around the home, taking in the rich array of artworks, the one-of-a-kind antiques and the gifts from the royal family. If you do manage to tear yourself away though, you’re a short seven-minute walk from Stockwell underground station for access to the city’s riches. After a full day in central London, come back for a formal meal in the dining room. As well as two housekeeping staff to keep your regal residence spick and span, and an on-request Michelin-trained chef, so there's no need to lift a finger. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
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