5 Holiday Homes for Festival of Remembrance, London, UK
When attending Festival of Remembrance you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best
If you’re heading to London in November for Festival of Remembrance, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.
Where to reside near Festival of Remembrance
Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our London collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.
Lover of the Light
Click to book Lover of the Light now: from £800 per night There's so much to love about this Kensington home, we don't know where to start. First, it's bright, breezy and perfect for socialising. Whether you're tucking into family meals at the table in front of the bay window, dining alfresco in the garden or cooking up a storm in the sleek kitchen, you'll feel right at home here – plus, there's plenty of space for everyone to sprawl out. We also appreciate all the modern comforts, like the wine fridge, lush soaker tub in the master bathroom and fireplace for cosy nights watching Netflix in the lounge. And, of course, there's the summer house in the garden, which doubles as a home gym with weights, yoga mats and a Peloton Bike for those early-morning workout sessions. This home truly has it all, including an enviable location smack-dab in central London. South Kensington is just a ten-minute stroll away – head there for a good selection of upmarket restaurants and charming cafes, as well as the V&A and Natural History Museum. Hyde Park isn't far, either – about fifteen minutes on foot – so you'll have a wealth of options for when you're in the mood to explore. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Walnut Walk now: from £380 per night Strolling around Chelsea is one of the greatest London feelings – and it feels even better if you live amongst those handsome streets. This classy home is tucked just off Fulham Road and its independent restaurants. You enter into that magnificent living room, admiring the stately paintings and grand, rather ship-like wooden staircase. Further inside are a bathtub, airy bedrooms and a private roof terrace. South Kensington’s museums and King’s Road’s upmarket department stores are both in easy walking distance. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Thyme Cocoa now: from £80 per night As you enter this grand building on Edgware Road, look out for one of London’s famous Blue Plaques, a tribute to Austin Rudd – a music hall artiste who lived at this very address back in the late 1800s. With this sort of history, this home is already set up to be a creative space. We love the three-dimensional look of the framed art above the bed, chiming well with the intricately patterned cushions. And on the suitcase stand, you’ll find some great coffee-table books that are perfect for foodies and wine buffs. But you should head out rather than reading these weighty tomes, as this area is made for food lovers. While Lebanese is the top cuisine around here, the road stretches all the way from Maida Vale to Marble Arch, so you’ll find something delicious no matter what your tastes. It’s also an easy walk to the canal, where you can stop for a coffee and visit serene Little Venice in just fifteen minutes. And if the bustling local area ever tires you out, you’ve got Hyde Park about ten minutes away on foot. In this huge green space, you can peacefully walk about or go boating on the Serpentine – absolutely blissful. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Click to book Sunnyside now: from £180 per night Couples searching for an apartment with charm – this one's for you. This idyllic one-bedroom home in the heart of Notting Hill enjoys a beautiful collection of artwork that sets off the serene interiors and adds character to the flat. With two bathrooms, the property is perfectly set up for two additional guests who can stay in the cosy living space that transforms into a bedroom at the unfolding of a sofa. The flat is a truly tranquil setting on one of the most upmarket streets in Notting Hill, with an exterior as magical as the inside. Once you've explored the neighbourhoods quaint garden squares, experienced the bohemian buzz and shopped the designer boutiques of Westbourne Grove, you're conveniently positioned an eight-minute walk from Notting Hill Gate Underground station so you can explore the rest of the city. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 2 Bathrooms
Click to book Colville Terrace now: from £330 per night This pretty one bedroom home is very well placed being minutes away from the bohemian buzz of Notting Hill and also a short walk from the more upmarket Kensington you will certainly have plenty to do in the area. This home also boasts a solid amount of space for a one bedder and also it's star feature which is a small but furnished terrace adjoining to the master bedroom. Whilst the absence of a freezer or washing machine may turn some people off, the fantastic location and otherwise ample amenities make this a great home for a solo traveller or couple. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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