Primrose Hill London Cottage

From $393 / night

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  • House
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 7

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 7

Type: House

Primrose Hill London Cottage


Here is that rare find: an exquisite, chalky white house in the heart of achingly desirable Primrose Hill that feels like a Hampton's beach house and is located in a private street with fabulous outside entertaining space. This house is a modern interpretation of the cottage: large, airy reception spaces with fully folding glass doors out onto the private garden; a contemporary spiral staircase of sculptural beauty sweeps you to three bedrooms, two of them with superking beds. The all-white theme unifies the whole house and floods it with natural light. There is a contemporary family bathroom with bath tub and shower; an ensuite bathroom to the ...Read more

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Primrose Hill London Cottage
London, England

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Primrose Hill rises at the north of Regent's Park to offer residents and visitors the best views of the capital from its grassy top and lends its name to the small urban village that nestles at its foot. It has long been favoured by writers and artists, and now is home to a significant number of Britain's best-known actors, models and directors. Jude Law, Sienna Miller, Kate Moss, Sharleen Spiteri, Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz all call this corner of NW3 home. It has an indefinable charm: small neighbourhood cafés and restaurants; a famous second hand bookstore; the original Post Office; and everywhere a series of intimate squares and little mews streets that give it a strong community feel. Primrose Hill manages to be both one of the most exclusive residential areas of London while oozing understated charm. There is nothing showy or glitzy about the village. This is where those who spend too much of their lives in the public glare come to unwind, read the papers, take the dog for a walk. Join the locals pushing celebrity babies into a café on Saturday morning, or meeting friends for breakfast. And on a clear morning, rise early and climb to the bench at the top of the hill – you will recognise it from a dozen movies – for astonishing views of the city below and Hampstead Heath to the north.

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Car is not necessary



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