Stylish apartment in Chiswick Village. 3 BR. Sleeps 5.
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Upham Park Road is a delightful tree-lined road moments away from Chiswick High Road and Turnham Green Terrace. The spacious apartment is situated on the first and second floors of an old Victorian town house, with high ceilings and contemporary furnishings. On the first floor there is a spacious, fully-equipped kitchen with seating for six, and a comfortable living room with deep sofas, and a seagrass carpet. There are three light and airy bedrooms; one king sized double room; one twin room; and a further single room. There are two new modern bathrooms, one with bath and shower; and another bathroom with shower. There is a widescreen TV in the sitting room with all the Freeview channels, an iPod docking station and free Wi-Fi broadband access. The property is cleaned weekly, and there is a washing machine available. Towels and bed linen is provided. You will be right next to Chiswick Common, a leafy playground for children, and the world famous Kew Gardens are also nearby. Turnham Green is a paradise of independent boutiques, offbeat stores and cafes. Chiswick High Road is also flanked with many a fine pub and restaurant – sample some stunning homemade ice cream, grab a pizza or dine in style at Michelin starred La Trompette. If you fancy a stroll, walk to the Thames (10 minutes) and watch rowing boats glide across river while you sup a pint in one of the waterside pubs, or have a wander around the Palladian splendour of nearby Chiswick House. If you want to head into town, the tube from Turnham Green to Green Park or Piccadilly Circus takes only twenty minutes. A taxi ride to trendy Notting Hill will take around 15 minutes. Chiswick is one of London's most desirable suburbs, and is home to actors Hugh Grant, Helen Mirren and Colin Firth. The Turnham Green underground station is a two-minute walk away from the apartment, and is just 25 minutes from Heathrow station on the fast train, and less than half an hour from the West End. Don ’t miss! – 13 unmissable things to do in & Around London! - For the best English tea in London don't miss tea at the Wolseley Hotel ( at 160 Piccadilly - For an excellent upmarket shopping experience head to Old Bond Street ( and the adjoining Regent Street - it’s a gorgeous street to browse, stop for a coffee and enjoy some people watching - For delightful views of the river and entire city take a ride on the London Eye ferris wheel ( - For a real treat or a celebration have lunch at the Petersham Nurseries in Richmond - ( - While there (about 25mins from apartment) work up an appetite with a walk in Richmond Park, Henry VIII’s old hunting grounds, and a ‘country’ experience in the heart of London ( - For a spot of pampering heaven the Spa at the Hyde Park Mandarin Oriental at 66 Knightsbridge is the place to go ( com/london/spa) - The new Westfield mega-shopping Mall on Shepherds Bush (10 mins walk from apartment) is not everyone’s cup of tea but if you want to shop til you drop - it’s heaven! ( - London is one of the arts’ capitals of the world - see for everything you need to know - A day in the famous university town of Oxford (50mins on M40) among its honey-coloured ‘dreaming spires’ is wonderful. You can boat through the incredible architecture, visit the legendary colleges and stroll along the river - To see the most beautiful countryside in England go to the Cotswolds in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire (about 1.5hrs on M40). It is the classic ‘shires’ of JRR Tolkein’s imagination in Lord of the Rings, and is all gorgeous villages, tranquil rivers, and wonderful pubs and walks ( Best to stay overnight there. - For a round of golf, drive to Stoke Park (30mins on M40) where James Bond plays his golf (in Goldfinger) and where Bridget Jones’ Diary was filmed ( There’s a spa and great restaurant too - Head to royal Henley on Thames (50mins on M40), home of the world famous Royal Regatta, for walks on the glorious river and lunch at the excellent Little Angel gastro pub ( NB - not the Angel pub on the bridge, its the other one! - Take a trip to Windsor (30mins on the M4) to see the castle, the queen’s residence and one of the oldest buildings in Europe. The Great Park there and the river make for glorious walks ( Nice pub too at the Two Brewers, right on the castle walls