The 5 Top Holiday Homes to Rent with Underfloor Heating in London, UK
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The greatest homes with underfloor heating in London, UK
Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes with underfloor heating in our London, UK collection. Your high standards are guaranteed to be met by the quality and character that these homes have to offer.
Selwood Terrace, London, UK
Click to book Selwood Terrace now: from £744 per night Tucked away in an excellent location, a short walk from three of London's most impressive national museums, this three-bedroom home is perfect for a group looking to seek out the capital's cultural hotspots. Set over three storeys, the house is adorned with elegant sculptures and beautiful artwork that's been collected by your host on their travels. You can't miss the large Buddhist monks from Myanmar on the entrance level, while there's a fascinating collection of wooden Burmese Chin Totems upstairs. Head down to the lower-ground floor, and you'll find the second bedroom with a chic en-suite bathroom, plus the kitchen, bright conservatory dining room beyond. So on warm summer days, throw open the doors and feel the breeze for that alfresco feeling. Situated between Old Brompton and Fulham roads, South Kensington station is a little over five minutes away. At the same time, you've got luxury jewellery boutiques, rare book shops and cosy pubs right on your doorstep. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Talbot Road VI, London, UK
Click to book Talbot Road VI now: from £432 per night Located in Notting Hill, this impeccably dressed apartment is a treat for art-lovers and bon vivants alike. As fashionable as it is comfortable, the bright living room dazzles in natural light thanks to the pair of large arched windows, while a parade of colourful paintings and prints creates a rainbow of colour that adds plenty of stylish charm. We love the long dining table here beneath the bell-shaped lights, inviting long soirées over wine and meals from the local delis or sunny breakfasts as you plan the day’s activities. Both bedrooms, meanwhile, are pared-back and elegant with the master boasting a luxurious super king-size bed framed by a designer headboard and the second equally chic bedroom having a private balcony. Factor in the sleek kitchen and the discerning bathroom that’s all marble and mirrors and you’ll have no trouble settling into the charmed life here. Outside of your home, Notting Hill’s pretty period terraces are dotted with local pubs and eateries, while Portobello Road is a ten-minute walk away. With Little Venice and Kensington Palace and Gardens both a twenty-minute stroll away too, you’ve got plenty to keep you entertained nearby. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom
The Financier Residence I, London, UK
Click to book The Financier Residence I now: from £714 per night Perfect for a family or group of friends, this spacious and smartly finished home is a stone's throw from The Thames. Tucked down a side street off The Strand, it’s a 5-minute walk to the National Gallery at Trafalgar Square, 2-minutes to Thameside walks, and 15 minutes to the British Museum, markets and restaurants of Covent Garden. After a day on your feet, this apartment is a little haven of calm to return to. Light and soothing shades of white and misty teal in the living room are broken up with pops of green houseplants. You can literally put your feet up on the L-shaped sofa in front of the smart TV at the end of the day, or gather around the dining table to map out your next day's adventure. A second sunny seating area next to the balcony doors makes for the perfect reading spot. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
Red Lion Square, London, UK
Click to book Red Lion Square now: from £390 per night This bright retreat in Holborn is ideally placed to get the most out of Central London’s buzzing atmosphere while remaining sheltered away from the busy streets in its quiet setting right by Red Lion Square. Defying its lower ground floor position, this sleek apartment is full of natural light, much in thanks to its skylights and the beautiful private courtyard. Accessed via the living room and bedroom, this leafy outdoor haven is all set to welcome morning coffees while catching some rays on its bench and evening drinks ahead of a night on the town. Though there’s plenty of playful elements to the home – not least of all the London Underground–inspired kitchen – you’re all set up to get some work done with a neat office space equipped with a printer and ergonomic chair. When you’re not hanging out in your stylish home, go out and explore your surroundings – you’re in a prime location to explore some of the city’s best museums, including the British Museum (a ten-minute walk) and the Charles Dickens Museum (an eight-minute walk). Covent Garden’s cobbled streets packed with boutiques is also just a fifteen-minute stroll away, while the West End’s bright lights are seventeen minutes on foot from your door. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Green Parakeets, London, UK
Click to book Green Parakeets now: from £249 per night Barnes is one of London's most coveted neighbourhoods and it's homes like this that show you why. The Georgian townhouse is one of the oldest in Barnes Village — named as such since the area is bordered on three sides by the River Thames and parkland on the final side — although the interior is as modern as they come. Downstairs, the teal walls and dark brown floorboards make for an opulent canvas against which the varied artwork collection, marble kitchen surfaces and patterned ottoman stand out. As well as an additional living room geared towards movie nights, guests will also find a small patio filled with plants at the back of the property and a balcony with a view of the river. As well as sitting on a high street with plenty of shops and cafes, the Thames Path can be reached in just two minutes if you fancy a stroll, while the London Wetland Centre is just a fifteen-minute walk away also. The bright lights of Central London take just twenty minutes to get to on the train, too. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
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