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image  Cheval Thorney Court, Palace Gate, Kensington, London, W8

image  £6,350 PER WEEK

image 3 Bedrooms
image 1 Reception
image 2 Bathrooms
image To Let


 24/7 Concierge and Security
 Housekeeping Service and change of Linen and Towels
 Comfort Cooling
 Complimentary Wi-Fi
 Complimentary Gym
 Luxury toiletries

Property Description

A stunning, south-facing apartment three bedroom luxury apartment that sits just moments away from Kensington High Street and the renowned Kensington Palace Gardens.
The dining area includes a grand dining table allowing room to enjoy social dinners and catch-ups with family and friends. The fully-fitted kitchen is equipped with modern appliances, a Nespresso machine and high-quality china and glassware. Enjoy the privacy of your own en-suite with bath tub and separate shower overhead, available in all three bedrooms- the king, the double, and the twin. Each bathroom includes complimentary toiletries from The White Company, bathroom towels and other luxury essentials. All three bedrooms have plenty of storage and relaxation space, and beds that are comfortable and dressed in high-quality linen and pillows.

Palace Gate is located in a multicultural area close to Gloucester Road and Kensington High Street which offers plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes. Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park are a short walk away. The nearest underground stations are Gloucester Road (District, Circle and Piccadilly lines) or High Street Kensington (Circle and District lines). Motorists will benefit from rapid routes to the West and Heathrow Airport via M4.


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