Top 5 holiday homes near Osterley Park, London
Searching for the perfect accommodation? Take a look at these gems and book your dream stay
When visiting London, Osterley Park 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 Osterley Park, London
Here is our pick of the top 5 holiday homes. Make your choice and treat yourself to a luxury stay.
Esmond Road II
Click to book Esmond Road II now: from £534 per night If you’re looking for a calm, quintessential family retreat, this gorgeous Chiswick home is ideal for enjoying a gentle pace of life in one of London’s most cherished leafy suburbs. Set on a picturesque street lined with charming faux-Tudor houses, this historic yet contemporary home with bold colours & artwork features a stylish kitchen and dining area, a cosy TV room and a sunny lounge and garden where all you’ll hear is the sound of the birds. Although it's very residential, there’s still oodles of fantastic restaurants, shops & pubs to be explored on nearby Chiswick High Road. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
St Margaret's Road
Click to book St Margaret's Road now: from £450 per night Phwoarr' reads the lettering on the wall in the urban-jungle garden of this bohemian home in north-west London – and that’s what you may well be saying when you walk through the door too. This three-floor townhouse is crammed with bold interior moments, creating spaces designed to bring a sense of drama to your stay. Take the bold art pieces, mismatched furniture, and draped sheepskin rugs that make the living room feel punky and vibrant. Or the sprawling dining table that sits beneath huge abstract prints in the open-plan kitchen: the perfect place for a decadent evening with friends. Open the bi-fold doors and the dinner party can spill out onto the whitewashed decking for after-dinner drinks around the postmodern, aged metal firepit. When it comes to retiring for the night, however, everything has been done upstairs to create a sense of calm, with whitewashed walls and pristine linens, so you can relax without distraction. Within walking distance of Notting Hill and two minutes from Jubilee Line tube into Bond Street and Waterloo, this makes a fine stay for those who want access to all the sights, while staying somewhere that’s a bona fide destination in its own right. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
Barlby Road III
Click to book Barlby Road III now: from £549 per night This home delivers both in aesthetics and functionality. The host has lovingly designed everything from the top floor to the shed in the garden. This is perfect for families wishing to stay in a characterful West London home. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Hewer Street IV
Click to book Hewer Street IV now: from £354 per night This retro-styled home is full of fun – from the coral and mint coloured kitchen with plenty of room for entertaining, to the quirky tiled bathrooms and sunny yellow sitting room. It’s set up for a family (where does that tiny door in the kids’ bedroom lead to?) without compromising on character. The two bedrooms are subtly decorated and offer a peaceful haven with bags of storage. The children will adore the sturdy cabin-style beds and grown-ups will love the convenient location, surrounded by a great selection of eateries and not far from the vintage shops of Notting Hill. It’s just a ten-minute walk from here to Ladbroke Grove tube station. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
A Change In Time
Click to book A Change In Time now: from £995 per night It's impossible not to be impressed by this unique and striking home. Originally a Victorian coach house with an adjacent cottage, your hosts have worked tirelessly to transform it into a stunning yet functional haven, filled with bespoke design features and intriguing art. It’s a well-loved family home, so expect to find eclectic possessions that add lots of lived-in character. However, those who prefer a more minimalist space may prefer to look elsewhere. With a wood-burning central fireplace, a cosy TV room (with a console for kids) and a lovely sun-dappled garden, we think you'll be very happy here. You've got plenty of options for food and drink a short walk from your front door, including several lovely gastropubs and restaurants. If you fancy preparing a meal at home, the famous Ginger Pig butcher is no more than a five-minute walk away. At the same time, the nearest Tube station is a scenic twelve-minute walk through the green spaces of Ravenscourt Park. From here, the District Line will whisk you off to the likes of South Kensington and Sloane Square in a little over ten minutes. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
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