Tuesday, November 27th, 2012
Some weeks ago, I paid a second visit to London’s Primrose Hill Apartments which I now consider to be my home-from-home in Britain. The apartments offer a unique range of short-term, serviced, self-contained flats in Primrose Hill village, a beautiful and fashionable area close to central London.
A real oasis in the heart of the city, the village offers easy access to all of London. Leafy Primrose Hill is notable for its tree-lined streets, fine houses (most built circa 1835), park, many cafes, restaurants, independent boutiques and stores…
Located just north of Regent’s Park, it’s a short walk away from the hustle & bustle of Camden Town’s Camden Lock Market and London Zoo. And if you’re not taking a taxi, which only takes 5 mins to the West End, it’s literally a 10-minute tube ride to Leicester Square in the centre of town from Chalk Farm station.
The apartments have 10 unique, individually styled & fully equipped self contained, boutique pads at different locations in the heart of Primrose Hill village. It’s an ideal and secure base for any visitor to London and you can always call for help with any issue from the friendly and helpful team who look after guests!
The two-bed apartment I stayed in was on two floors: ground and garden level, it was elegant, spacious, and had all that I needed for my visit.
On arrival I was welcomed with fresh fruit, flowers and chocolates and a good organic selection of teas and coffee.
I won’t stay anywhere else when I come to London!
For dinner why not try St John’s. Follow this, as we did, with a drink at “Twenty two to twenty six” (22-26 Farringdon lane) where the whole floor was covered in popcorn.