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Chapelside Mews Cottage

Notting Hill, London

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This is a charming, newly refurbished 2-story mews cottage in a tiny backwater street just a few blocks from the center of Notting Hill Gate. 

 The bedrooms are on the second floor.  One has a queen bed and the other has twin beds.  There are two bathrooms, one with a tub and shower over tub and one with a stall shower.  Stairs lead to an open-plan kitchen/sitting/dining room that has wood floors, comfortable seating, cable TV, a dining table. 

The kitchen area has a dishwasher, washer/dryer, refrigerator/freezer, hob and oven. 

This is a quiet spot, but the action and buzz of London is just two blocks from the cottage.  There is a variety of restaurants and shops - plus the famous Notting Hill weekend outdoor market.

The price includes gas and electricity, use of all machines in the property, TV, video, fresh linen weekly, cleaning on your departure and a Greeter who will meet you at the property on arrival, and will see you out on departure.  A security deposit of £300 to £1000 is held by credit card until after departure.


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Unusual or interesting place in the area
The West London neighborhood of Notting Hill, W11 is one of the most interesting and fashionable areas in all of London . Easily accessible by public transport, and close to the city centre it is a good place to base yourself or is an easy area to spend a day (or three!) exploring. Tube lines in the area include Notting Hill Gate (Central, Circle and District Lines), Holland Park (Central Line), Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park (Hammersmith and City Line). Many bus routes also serve the area including the numbers 7, 70, 28, 31, 328, 52, 94, 390 and others.
One thing visitors should not miss
Notting Hill has been a trendy area for quite some time now, although it really appeared on the Radar for international visitors after the release of the eponymous 1999 movie starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. Much of the movie was filmed in and around the neighborhood, and a number of the locations are recognizable around the Portobello Road market (the blue door on Westbourne Park Road and the bookshop on Elgin Crescent to name a few.
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