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Part of Imperial College London, 170 Queen's Gate is a beautiful grade II listed Victorian town house which was completed in 1889 by Norman Shaw, who was one of the most significant architects of the 19th century. The property offers self-catering accommodation in the centre of London, just moments from the Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park and Knightsbridge. The South Kensington museums such as the V&A, Natural History Museum and Science Museum are also within easy reach. This property is simp...
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Explore the Royal wonders of Kensington Palace Kensington Palace offers insight and Education for the whole family. Explore the palace, Featuring the King's Staircase, a wonderful vivid painting by William Kent which shows George I's court in all its glamorous, riotous glory. The exquisitely decorated Cupola Room, the King's Drawing Room where power play and negotiation was the order of the day and the Privy Chamber where Queen Caroline entertained beneath a decorous, elaborate ceiling. ...
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A stylish boutique hotel conveniently located near the well connected Hammersmith tube and bus station, Kensington Olympia exhibition halls and Westfield shopping mall. Directly outside the hotel are the buses 9, 10 and 27, each taking a scenic route to Central London's famous sites, as well as Kensington Palace, Harrods and Notting Hill Gate. Heathrow is just over a 20 minute drive. The beautiful bedrooms are elegantly decorated with a luxurious modern design, each with an individual char...
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The Covent Garden Murder Mystery Trail is a self-guided investigation which takes you through the famous sights of Covent Garden. Can you follow the 1.5 mile ro
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Discover one of London's Most Valuable Art Collections Kenwood House, on the edge of London's Hampstead Heath, was built in the 17th century and remodelled by Robert Adam in 1754 for the 1st Earl of Mansfield. Surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens, it is home to breath-taking interiors and a stunning world-class art collection. Included are works by Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Turner, Van Dyck to name but a few. With children's activities, a café and acres of grounds to explore, it i...
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Founded in 1903, Hendon Golf Club, the perfect venue for a round of golf, your special occasion, business or social event. "A Colt Gem"
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Tudor Barn Gastro Pub is the perfect place for not only a beautiful meal for two but casual dining as well as group celebratory bookings. Our seasonal menu includes only the finest and fresh ingredients making a delicious meal.
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Explore The Chelsea home of a Victorian literary couple Head to the Victorian writer's shrine in London's Chelsea that is Carlyle's House and you'll learn all about great public speaker, ethical thinker and social essayist Thomas Carlyle. A beautiful Queen Anne house in a quiet side street, Carlyle's House is an education on the 19th century literary world. The home of Thomas and his wife Jane became the fashionable place to visit after the writer rose to prominence and as you stand ...
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Experience the lives of Royalty at Buckingham Palace Possibly the most famous and iconic building in Britain, Buckingham Palace has been one of London's most popular tourist attractions for centuries. Built in 1703 for the Duke of Buckingham, it has been the royal family's official London residence since Queen Victoria decreed it in 1837. 19 state rooms are open to the public for eight weeks of the year in summer so you can get a feel of the atmosphere and surroundings when the Quee...
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Myddelton House Gardens were once home to Edward Augustus Bowles, one of Britain's most famous self-taught gardeners, artists and expert botanists. In 2011, Myddelton House Garden reopened to the public for everyone to enjoy the wonders that Mr Bowles collected.
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