1-319 Clarges Street | Mayfair

Newly renovated flat in a Boutique Victorian Building w/ Air-Conditioning

London Connection is excited to offer this lovely one bedroom Mayfair vacation rental  in the heart of  the most exclusive London neighborhood. This accommodation is close to such important destinations as the Ritz on Piccadilly, Buckingham PalaceBerkeley Square, the Royal Academy of Arts, Fortnum and Mason, and several of the finest shops in London. The expression LOCATION LOCATION certainly fits this wonderful flat. The Green Park Tube Station is five minutes away; taxis are readily available. Window shopping down Old Bond Street is the perfect morning walk as in a stroll through Hyde Park, only a few minutes distance from this accommodation. Shepherd Market, Burger and Lobster Restaurant, Hard Rock Cafe and other fine clubs and dining are all to be found here on Clarges and Curzon streets. Knightsbridge is two stops away on the Piccadilly Line, Covent Garden is three stops on the Piccadilly Line. Buckingham Palace, the Royal Mews, the Queen’s Gallery are just a short walk through Green Park. The grocery store is just across the street, and a cash point is three minutes away.  All major banks are five minutes walk to Berkeley Square. The location is perfect.   

This small Victorian building has been restored to a high standard with four London Connection vacation apartments, all reached by either the staircase or by lift directly into each flat. This particular house rental is on the third floor, is bright with lots of natural light, and is perfect for two guests using one bedroom. The LOUNGE has a sofa, excellent lighting, comfortable seating, dining table for four, and four beautiful 1720 early Georgian chairs. The walls are a neutral and are a beautiful backdrop to a large collection of paintings in beautiful gilt frames which have been gathered by London Connection over the years. To learn more about the furnishings, read the Anglophile blog article on our website. Open plan kitchen/lounge makes dining and snacking very convenient with a small bar and large kitchen marble counter. The KITCHEN has fridge/freezer, oven and hob, dishwasher, and all necessary cooking supplies, dishes, and table accessories. The LIFT comes into the long hall which is decorated with an enormous British flag from the battlefields of World War I, still with its original holes and signs of beautiful age. The MASTER BEDROOM is comfortable, good size, and lined with closet space and offers a large UK KING size bed, side tables, good lighting, and wonderful paintings. The EN SUITE BATHROOM has a great shower over the tub, wash hand basin, mirror, and loo  — all recently completely refitted. The washing machine is in the bathroom closet. It’s perfect! There is an additional HALF BATHROOM in the hall with sink, mirror, and loo  —  a rare find in a one bedroom vacation rental in London and very convenient! The location, the quality of the flat itself, the proximity to conveniences, transportation, the quality of the contents — this is indeed a perfect London apartment. The property is non-smoking and include free wireless internet for your convenience. It has just been redecorated throughout and is beautiful. Excellent choice.


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    Guest Reviews (5)

    1. Laura

      We had a great time in London. This was not our first visit, so we stayed away from tourist areas and basically lived like a local…walked to the Ritz on Christmas Day for our scheduled tea, which was lovely.

      Went walking every day to restaurants for breakfast, usually going to different areas via tube or cab, saw all the sights on Christmas Eve via a rented tour guide through black cab.

      Duke’s Bar was a must, have been before, had to return.

      We actually MISS the flat, the ability to cook a breakfast if desired, miss the ability to go out and get some snacks and wine and bring back to the flat…

      we kept a journal of the trip (we always do) and sent it to our friends and family back home, they got enjoyment from it they tell us, in fact one friend said she “had to take a break as she was over indulging”!

      We only wish we were there now, if I had the money, I would move to England; however that is not to be.

      Borough Market was a must return trip, every vendor seems to have an artistic display, makes you want to go there often!

      Much of our time was visiting restaurants, as I love good food. The highlight was Galvin at Windows for a tasting menu, expensive, but very worth it.

    2. Karen

      We loved the flat in London! It was a great place to come home to after long days of sightseeing! The décor was beautiful and cozy.

      We loved the convenience of the neighborhood in terms of being close to public transportation as well as good restaurants and the small express grocery next door was perfect for our needs. It was also within walking distance to many major sights.

      We would highly recommend the flat to others going to London.

    3. Gene

      Excellent location, ideal apartment and both introduction to the apartment and all of the connections made on our behalf were professional, timely and indeed proper.
      We would clearly refer your organization and use your services again on our travels.

    4. Marc

      It was a wonderful stay!
      Obviously the apartment was great and spotless.
      We particularly appreciated the high communication level of your organization from my first contact with Mr Moore Jr.
      Cristina took all the necessary time to show us the flat, and was very proactive. Thank you!

    5. Tom

      I had a great visit. The flat was perfect for me, and I’m sure it would work well for a couple. All of the features were as advertised, and everything was well maintained. I’ll book it again when my wife and I return to London.
      The location was great; I walked to the tube 2 or 3 times every day and got around London very easily. I walked in the adjacent Green Park and Hyde Park regularly, and I ate in Shepard’s Market frequently.