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7 London homes perfect for longer stays
From the eclectic energy of Notting Hill to the leafy bounds of Hampstead, our latest London homes are the perfect spots for an extended staycation in the city. Boasting fully-equipped kitchens, light-filled living spaces and cosy bedrooms, you’ll find everything you need to feel straight at home. What’s more, they are all completely exclusive to onefinestay - you won’t find these heavenly hideaways anywhere else.
Whether you’re travelling to see loved ones, for work or simply want to discover a new part of town, our round the clock support team and special service menu will ensure the trip is effortless from beginning to end. From stocking the fridge with your favourite drinks and snacks to a blissful at-home spa experience, we’ll take care of all the details - you won’t have to lift a finger. Contact our expert Travel Advisors to find out more.
Dewhurst Road V
Kensington Olympia, West London
Ideal for families, this heavenly Hammersmith home boasts four bedrooms and three bathrooms, spread out over the upper three floors. At the entrance level of Dewhurst Road V, you’ll find a cosy sitting room and a gorgeous light-filled kitchen extension by architectural firm Carmody Groarke. Sleek sliding glass doors lead to a lovely terrace and garden with a barbecue. There is also a second sitting room filled with children's toys, books and games on the lower ground floor, meaning you don’t have to worry about packing every single last teddy.
Holland Park, West London
Dressed in a palette of understated neutrals with an abundance of sumptuous furnishings, classic accessories and family photographs that add a homely, personal touch, Somerset Square is a wonderful retreat to return to after a day spent exploring the delights of the nearby neighbourhoods. Right on your doorstep, you have the likes of Notting Hill and Kensington and, beyond that, the iconic West End with its bustling shops, restaurants and theatres. Perfectly balancing a central location with a local atmosphere, this is the ideal spot for an extended city stay.
Walton Street VIII
Imbued with a rich sense of detail and subtle mix of contemporary design, handpicked antiques and beautiful artworks, it’s no surprise that the owner of Walton Street VIII is an artist. In fact, five archival prints, which can be seen in the sitting room above a pair of antique leather armchairs, have been created by the owner herself. Equidistant from Sloane Square, Knightsbridge and South Kensington Underground stations, you're within walking distance from some of London’s loveliest treasures.
Wandsworth, South-West London
On a quiet residential street in Wandsworth, Frewin Road is the ideal home to truly get to the heart of local London life. Located in the city's southwestern edges, a few steps from Wandsworth Common and the neighbourhood restaurants, cafés and boutiques that line Bellevue Road, this five-bedroom, four-bathroom home is a wonderfully spacious family retreat.
Carlingford Road III
Hampstead, North London
With its collage of old and new furnishings and a carefully curated blend of patterns and textures, it's obvious that the owner of Carlingford Road III is an interior designer. Reflecting Hampstead's abundance of nature, the home features a soothing palette of charcoal greys and sage greens throughout. Meanwhile, the eclectic aesthetic takes its inspiration from the owner’s connection to the local area and is most evident throughout the entrance level, which comprises a cosy sitting room and a lovely light-filled open-plan kitchen and dining room, complete with a working fireplace.
Artesian Road II
Notting Hill, Central London
Perched on the third floor of a new building that sits on the site of the former Westbourne Cinema, Artesian Road II nods quietly to its former art deco roots and Notting Hill’s vibrant history, with a selection of old photos that line the entrance hall. Elsewhere, the interiors are thoroughly contemporary with modern furnishings, artwork and lighting fixtures in bold hues and velvets, illuminated by flecks of gold accessories and an abundance of live greenery.
Rees Street II
Islington, North London
Nestled in a quiet residential North London neighbourhood, Rees Street II is a delightful family home, offering guests a rare chance to experience a side of London not often glimpsed by passing visitors. The style throughout the home is modern, with a palette of bleached herringbone oak flooring, woven carpets and neutral tones creating a base for bold statement colours - like sage greens and petrol-blue hues.